Incorporated on September 23, 1729, the town of Westford began as a prosperous farming and manufacturing town. It’s located between the Merrimack, Concord, and Nashua rivers and once was home to the Stony Brook Railroad which crossed through the middle of the township. You’ll find Westford in northeastern Massachusetts about 23 miles northwest of Boston, 35 miles northeast of Worcester, 86 miles northeast of Springfield and 220 miles from New York City.
The Westford Regency sits on the property that was once home to the Birch Toll Farm. The property was purchased in 1983 with the plan to build Westford’s first full service hotel. Construction began in 1984. Within a year the hotel opened its doors — on August 1, 1985.
Today, Westford is mostly a bedroom community. Several large high tech companies, including Alcatel-Lucent, IBM, and Netscout, operate major facilities in town. Westford is also home to Kimball Farm and Nashoba Valley Ski Area which provide both winter and summer adventures.