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  • Annual Craft Beer Festival | Wayside Inn
    and Feedback Toggle navigation About Dining Lodging Weddings Private Events Planning Your Visit History News Events Annual Craft Beer Festival Friday July 29 2016 Details to follow Longfellow s Wayside Inn 72 Wayside Inn Road Sudbury MA 01776 USA 1

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  • Store | Wayside Inn
    News Events Store About the Online Gift Shop Online Gift Shop Gift Certificate 25 00 25 00 Leave this field blank Gift Certificate 35 00 35 00 Leave this field blank Gift Certificate 50 00 50 00 Leave this field blank Gift Certificate 75 00 75 00 Leave this field blank Gift Certificate 100 00 100 00 Leave this field blank Gift Certificate 200 00 200 00 Leave this field

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  • Inn History at a Glance | Wayside Inn
    building as business thrived After the death of Lyman Howe in 1861 the Inn was inherited by relatives who ceased formal operation of the Inn for short overnight accommodation but continued renting out the hall for dances and rooms for lengthier stays Henry Wadsworth Longfellow visited the Howe Tavern in 1862 Inspired by the coziness of the Inn s atmosphere and pastoral landscape Longfellow wrote a series of poems focused on a group of fictitious characters that regularly gathered at the old Sudbury tavern The poems were published in 1863 as the Tales of a Wayside Inn Innkeeper Lyman Howe was the inspiration for The Landlord s Tale more widely known as The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere The Tales of a Wayside Inn brought the Inn to a level of national significance Capitalizing on the Longfellow connection Edward Rivers Lemon purchased the Inn in 1892 renamed it Longfellow s Wayside Inn and operated it as a retreat for literary pilgrims In 1923 automobile manufacturer Henry Ford bought the Inn from Cora Lemon Ford used his vast resources to acquire acreage buildings and antiquities With the intention of creating a living museum of Americana he expanded the property to 3 000 acres in the towns of Sudbury and Marlboro He added buildings to the property including the one room Redstone School relocated onto the property in 1925 a fully functioning Grist Mill built in 1929 and the Martha Mary Chapel built in 1940 from trees felled in the historic Hurricane of 1938 From 1928 1947 Ford operated the Wayside Inn School for Boys a trade school that prepared indigent boys for potential employment in Ford s factories In 1944 a few years before his death in 1947 Henry and Clara Ford placed the central 125 acre parcel into a non

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  • Board of Trustees | Wayside Inn
    Dining Lodging Weddings Private Events Planning Your Visit History News Events About America s Oldest Inn Inn Time Line Board of Trustees Key Staff Members Our Reenactor Friends Board of Trustees Lily Gordon President Robert Hurstak Vice President Gary Christelis Vice President Emil Ragones Treasurer John Delli Priscoli Mark A Kablack Ann Rossini Joan Pesek James A Hill Lynne Spencer Miner Crary Longfellow s Wayside Inn 72 Wayside Inn Road

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  • Key Staff Members | Wayside Inn
    of the historic Wayside Inn having previously served as Executive Chef and Director of Food and Beverage He rejoined the Inn in his current position in August 2013 and also serves as General Manager of Operations E mail spickford wayside org Pictured Steve Pickford his daughter Ashley Assistant Innkeeper Dick Romer Assistant Innkeeper John O Brien Dick Romer John O Brien have decades of experience working at the Wayside Inn

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  • Our Reenactor Friends | Wayside Inn
    with the Sudbury Companies of Minute and Militia the Regiment has held re enactments on the Wayside Inn property The Fourth Middlesex Regiment originally included nine companies with over 1 000 men from Sudbury Marlboro and Stow Innkeeper Colonel Ezekiel How served as its commander from 1776 to 1779 The King s Own Regiment A group of living historians portraying the lives of His Majesty s Light infantry soldiers and their families during the American War for Independence They were one of only two Companies of British Infantry on Lexington Green and then at the Old North Bridge in Concord we suffered the first British casualties of the war Visit their website www kingsown net The Sudbury Ancient Fyfe and Drum Companie Founded in 1964 The Sudbury Ancient Fyfe Drum Companie is a teaching fife and drum corps dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of the musical traditions of early America During the summer months the corps performs at 8PM on Wednesday evenings on the lawn outside the Inn for guests and year round the Ancients perform in parades reenactments fife and drum musters and other events large and small around the Massachusetts and greater New England area In conjunction with the Sudbury Companies of Militia Minute the corps hosts the musical portion of the annual Colonial Faire Muster held on the Inn s grounds on the last Saturday in September which features over 20 fife and drum corps throughout the afternoon As a teaching corps the Ancients heartily welcome anyone over age ten interested in learning fife snare or bass drum to get in touch Free lessons are available on Wednesday evenings all year during corps practice time and no musical background is required Please visit our website www sudburyancients org or contact deirdre sweeney hotmail com for more

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  • Hours and Reservation Information | Wayside Inn
    Dining Hours and Reservation Information Breakfast is served to overnight guests ONLY on Easter Sunday NOTE We do not accept reservations for patio dining or breakfast BREAKFAST Served Saturday and Sunday 7 00am to 10 30am Reservations for general dining during breakfast are not accepted and seating is on a first come first serve basis LUNCH Monday through Saturday from 11 30am with the last seating at 2 30pm DINNER

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  • Dining Rooms | Wayside Inn
    Dining Room or the Tap Room Other rooms while sometimes available for à la carte dining are usually designated for special occasions and larger function events The Main Dining Room The Main Dining Room is the largest and newest of all our dining areas Created in 1924 by former Inn owner Henry Ford this room originally had a much more rustic appearance with exposed post and beam wide floor planks and a low plastered ceiling After the fire of 1955 this room was made more formal and has become one of the most requested rooms for dining The space above once a large ballroom used during Ford s time for dancing now houses seven of our nine overnight guest rooms The Tap Room With seating for 40 diners the Tap Room was originally referred to as the west kitchen in former innkeeper Ezekiel Howe s 1796 will Records indicate that this room was added sometime around 1775 as increased tavern business necessitated a larger cooking space and an additional fireplace For many years because the Inn s Old Bar Room was only used as a waiting area for diners the Tap Room was used as the Inn s service bar The Old Bar eventually opened as a full service bar and the Tap Room relegated to a full time dining area with its original name still in use today The Old Kitchen Henry Ford s favorite room for entertaining guest while he owned the Inn the Old Kitchen is one of the rooms with the most Colonial atmosphere Its dark and cozy atmosphere warms with the glow of a large fireplace making it the perfect room for a small dinner party of approximately 24 guests Howe Sitting Room This room is part of the Howe s original expanded homestead and

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