At this 1716 inn, it is said that a woman named Jerusha Howe lingers, especially in Rooms 7 and 9. She is said to have been unlucky in her love life, and therefore likes to touch male visitors. Author Henry W. Longfellow wrote a book about the inn in the 1860s, Tales of a Wayside Inn.
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- 72 Wayside Inn Rd
Sudbury, MA 01776
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- 42.357468, -71.46922330000001
- Middlesex County, Massachusetts
- Nearest Towns:
- Sudbury, MA (3.2 mi.)
Marlborough, MA (3.9 mi.)
Framingham Center, MA (4.5 mi.)
Southborough, MA (4.6 mi.)
Maynard, MA (5.3 mi.)
Hudson, MA (5.5 mi.)
Wayland, MA (5.5 mi.)
Stow, MA (5.8 mi.)
Cochituate, MA (5.9 mi.)
Framingham, MA (6.0 mi.)
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