The Mill Brook Inn, is an antique colonial dating to both the Georgian and the Federal period of Concord’s history and architecture. This came about when the original 1758 structure was moved in 1828 to its present Walden Street address and the front of the house as it exists today, was added. The original owners of the home were the Hosmers. The name Hosmer can be found throughout this part of New England. There are Hosmer Houses that have been preserved in Acton, Sudbury and Concord and represents fathers, brothers, daughters and grandchildren that populated this part of Colonial New England.
This particular house is now known as the Mill Brook Inn and is a superb bed and breakfast run by Kathryn and John Paul Gosselin. It is authentic inside and out with a subtle weaving of modern conveniences such as WiFi. It is Concord tradition at its best, civilized right down to the opportunity for guests to enjoy an evening sherry in the Library. When you walk out the front door and you are in the heart of the Mill Dam District of Concord, art galleries, antique shops, museums and cafes are within footsteps.