Welcome to Our Inn


Seasonal Artisan Showcase Samuel Fitch House Barn A fall event 2016 date to be announced
The Samuel Fitch House is a “Green Inn”
Historic Teas & Tours

Discover all the charm and comfort of an Early 18th Century Farmhouse nestled within a quiet country setting near historic Concord, west of Boston. Skiing, stables and fine dining are within walking distance.


Built in 1711, The Samuel Fitch House recently celebrated its 300th birthday. The Romac family has owned this property since 1968 and has run this B&B since 2000.


The Inn has fireplaces, beehive oven, wide pine floors and much more. Enjoy breakfast in the dining room used once as a Tavern during the Revolutionary War,  on the screened porch or in your room by the fire.


The Samuel Fitch House is located on a beautifully landscaped two acre wooded lot. Stone walls enclose the backyard and meander through the woods to the Nashoba Valley Ski Area located next door. The rolling front lawn is a picturesque site in all seasons


A brick patio in the back of the house is located under an antique lilac bush and overlooks beautiful herb and flower gardens. The south-facing deck of the Carriage House is a warm spot, even on the coldest of winter days. This Bed and Breakfast has many original 18th Century features including a dining room used as a tavern during the pre-revolutionary period and a tunnel from the Underground Railway.


Come share in the experience of an historic stay in this 18th Century Farmhouse filled with original features including an indoor  "An indoor brick smoke room, "king's pine" floors, beamed ceilings, parson's cabinet, horsehair plastered walls, bull's eye glass, original staircase, and much more. See what we have done with the woodshed, the summer kitchen and the "buttery".

We Invite You To Experience An Historic Getaway...

See our 302nd Birthday Celebration


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91 Powers Road, Westford MA 01886

Hosts: The Romac Family

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