Upcoming Events

What’s Happening at the Inn

At the Inn at Hastings Park we enjoy planning events that highlight our area and provide enriching experiences for our guests. Throughout each season, we offer opportunities–dinners, teas, celebrations, and more–that highlight our location, as well as the culinary talents, cultural life and history all around us.

We invite you to discover the many delights that fill each season in Lexington and explore our upcoming events below.

Afternoon Tea Service – Every Saturday

The Inn at Hastings Park is delighted to host Saturday Afternoon Tea Service from 12:00pm – 2:00pm. 

Make a date to unwind and indulge with family and friends. Choose from a selection of herbal teas (while adults can also indulge in our favorite, a glass of champagne!) and enjoy traditional tea sandwiches as well as savory and sweet treats prepared in-house pastry team.

$35.00 per person; $45.00 with champagne (plus tax, gratuity and service charge)

Reservations required

Call 781-301-6655 or 

Make a Reservation


Sleepy Hollow Children’s Halloween Tea – Saturday, October 26

Just in time for Halloween, enjoy a spooky and fun afternoon in Town Meeting Bistro, with a proper tea complete with tea sandwiches and delectable treats. Costumes welcome!

12:00 p.m. seating and 1:00 p.m. seating

$45.00/adult  /  $55.00/adult with sparkling wine   /  $35.00/child ages 4 to 12  /  Children 3 and under are complimentary

(plus tax and service charge)

Reservations required

Call 781-301-6655 

Make a Reservation



Book Signing & Reception with Deborah Goodrich Royce – Wednesday October 30

Please join us for a complimentary book signing and wine & cheese reception with Deborah Goodrich Royce and her debut novel Finding Mrs. Ford.


Praise for “Finding Mrs. Ford”:
Named one of the five must-read summer mysteries for 2019 by Forbes
Named one of the top ten summer reads of 2019 by Good Morning America
Named one of the top fifty summer books of 2019 by Book Riot

Juicy and suspenseful.” —People Magazine

“Something about the flashbacks—from staid, starchy Watch Hill, R.I., in 2014, to big, bad Detroit in 1979—made it feel sexy and a little dangerous. (…) the story is a fun one, with a nifty twist midway.” —The New York Times Book Review

Books will be available for purchase and signing

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Thanksgiving at Inn at Hastings Park – Thursday, November 28

A family-style dinner is a wonderful way to celebrate a holiday traditionally spent with family and loved ones. Take pleasure in a feast crafted by the Inn at Hastings Park Culinary Team and indulge in a mix of traditional favorites and creative interpretations.

Available Seatings:

  • 11:30 a.m, 1:30 p.m. or 3:30 p.m.


  • $74.00/adult, wine pairing available for an additional $50/person
  • $37/Child age 4-12. Children ages 3 and under are complimentary
    • Plus tax and service charge

Reservations required

Call 781-301-6655 or 

Make a Reservation



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