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Concord, MA: Hawthorne Inn

Concord, MA: Hawthorne Inn
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“But no matter how nice the property,” says Gregory, “if the people who run it are cold, it’s not homey.” That’s why in addition to amenities such as off-street parking, the Hawthorne also offers comforts such as “advice, career counseling, dog adoption services, travel information, tips for the newly married (or soon-to-be), weather forecasts, driving alerts, succor, support, and humor at no extra charge.” And that’s why Marilyn and Gregory might get a card in the mail years after a guest has stayed there, just to say he was remembering them and wondering how they’re doing.

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One Response to Concord, MA: Hawthorne Inn

  1. Mary Ann Hasbrouck April 7, 2010 at 1:34 pm #

    What a wonderful inn you are running. I can only imagine the work that goes into every day. It was once a dream of mine to run a B&B but over the past 10 or so years I have changed my mind. I have recently retired from being an administrator for an organization that was located in a 150 year old building. One of my responsibilities was to oversee, with no maintainence crew, the upkeep of the buildings and grounds. We held conferences there and sometimes let people use the facility for weddings and other parties. I found out how VERY HARD that work was and I was not responsible for paying all of the bills!

    I am so impressed at what I have just read about your inn and the detail you put in it. My husband and I LOVE to visit B&B’s and I hope we will be able to visit your’s one day in the not too distance future.

    Sincerely,
    Mary Ann Hasbrouck

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