Located in a country setting within the convenience of Groton's historic downtown, The Old Groton Inn is the perfect place to bring the whole family for a vacation; intimate getaway; extended family reunion; or to attend a wedding or party. It is home to outside porch dining and use of the large pool in the summer and cozy fireside dining and visits to the fireplaced tavern in the fall and winter. The Old Groton Inn is also the perfect starting point for exploring the Greater Boston area or the may local points of interest.
Hailed as one of old New England's earliest inns (circa 1678), The Old Groton Inn encompasses a restaurant, tavern, outdoor pool; and a Carriage House for weddings & functions. Groton Inn's foundations date back almost a full century before the American Revolution This historical gem was formerly known as the "Groton Inn" and most recently "The Stagecoach Inn & Tavern" (it was a stagecoach stop). Recently, it has been aptly renamed The Old Groton Inn and beckons guests to partake in its rich historical legacy. Anyone staying at the Inn becomes a cherished visitor...much like some of the Inn's most famous visitors & guests including: Paul Revere, Ulysses Grant, Longfellow, Luther Burbank, Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ward Beecher, President Grover Cleveland, Alice and Eleanor Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and more recently: Ted Kennedy, Mitt Romney,Paul Cellucci, Goldie Hawn, and Kirk Russell to name a few. The Groton Inn was accepted on August 3, 1976 for inclusion in the National Register of Historical Places.
The Old Groton Inn's Carriage House: www.carriagehouseweddingcenter.com sits regally looking at lovely Gibbet Hill, one of Groton's most picturesque views; It is home to weddings, parties, functions, and business meetings of all kinds. Call 978-448-5614 for reservations.
Much of the Inn's most sought after information is about the ghosts that haunt the overnight rooms; the shadows that take the shape of people; the untimely deaths of some associated with the inn; and a poltergeist that came for a horrifying visit. Ask the staff.....they will tell you what they've heard & seen.
Enough of that. Call 978-448-5614 to book a wedding; enjoy fireside dining; stay in an historical inn; visit the old tavern, book a tour or retreat; swim in the summer; see a ghost; or just stop by for a visit. All are welcome. Call 978-448-5614 for more information.