Welcome weary travellers to the Fifer Davis House! You will step back into history when you walk through the doors of this welcoming suite and be engulfed by old world elegance and warmth.
Circa 1760, it one of the oldest homes in Concord. This mansion was once a single family home. The first owner Colonel Robert Davis, started out as a Fifer and participated in the Battle of Bennington during The Revolution. It sits on a half an acre has a spacious garden in the back. Enter through the main hallway and into your dining room graced with Honduras mahogany wainscoting and built in's and a carved fireplace. Here folks have breakfast, cozy up and watch tv or read a book and just chill. We have a fully equipped kitchen in the alcove of this room. In the morning folks can help themselves to a yummy continental breakfast which includes: Coffee, tea, eggs, toast, english muffins, jams and butter. Tables sits 10 people. Your bedroom consists of a bedroom with a comfy queen canopy sized bed, extra quilts, closet and bureau. Sheets are meticulously starched and fresh. Locks on bedroom doors. We have many wonderful books for cuddling up with also. We can accommodate another 2 people, as The Charter Room is just across the main hallway. This boosts a gorgeous Ethan Allen queen sized canopy bed and a fireplace with an electric insert. This extra room would share the bathroom in the main suite. This is a ground level suite. Parking for two cars off street parking. The city does allow free daytime and overnight parking also. There is a private entry way that leads into the large apartment. Easy access to the White Mountains, Lakes Region. Within walking distance to downtown restaurants and museums. There is also an enclosed porch to store boots skis and jackets too!