Bed and Breakfast Providence RI

The historic city of Providence awaits you when you visit Rhode Island. Stay in a Providence bed and breakfast to get a full experience – you can stay in a historic home for local  comforts and a convenient location near the best things to do in town.

Bed and Breakfast Providence RI

$119.00 - $349.00

We are located in Providence, one of the oldest cities in the United States, within walking distance of attractions, local shops, restaurants, and universities. This historic 4-story brick Italianate mansion was built in 1858 and renovated in 2003 into a beautiful 14-room bed and breakfast. Stay with us and explore The Ocean State! Our welcoming guest rooms offer private bathrooms and include high-definition flat-screen televisions with cable, free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, housekeeping & parking. All rates include a hot-plated breakfast, with two delicious options to choose from. Our continental buffet offers homemade pastries, yogurt parfait with homemade granola, locally roasted coffee from Borealis Coffee Company, and much more! Enjoy our Common Room which is available to the guests 24/7 and offers a comfortable sitting area, which is a perfect place to enjoy a warm drink next to the wood stove. This room is stocked with infused water, tea, coffee, and a variety of honor system items, including locally bottled Yacht Club Soda. The Christopher Dodge House bed & breakfast is operated by local knowledgeable staff. They are happy to offer recommendations for dining and local attractions. They look forward to getting to know you during your stay.

Located in the heart of Providence's historic district, the Old Court Bed & Breakfast Inn offers a great location to explore the city! Walk to downtown, Waterplace Park, Providence Place Mall, Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).

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The coolest, hippest, most fun place to stay in the Mystic, Connecticut region. So close to everything wonderful around Mystic (whether it's kayaking, sailing, or beach adventures or indulging your tastes for locally harvest oysters, craft beer, and farm-to-table dining). So much fun to be had right here at the inn (walk out of your room to enjoy miles of hiking, bonfires & hammocks, world-class golf, and the best Native American Museum in the country).

The House of 1833 Bed & Breakfast & Gardens is Mystic's romantic and elegant country-boutique antique inn. The mansion features a landscaped swimming pool and our 'famous' full New England country-gourmet breakfast, served (weather permitting) outside on our English Garden boardwalk. We have 5 guest rooms, all with private baths, antique furnishings, flat panel TV and wood-burning fireplaces, most with jacuzzi tubs and two with private porches. Local attractions include the Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos, Mystic Seaport, and our Historic Downtown District. We offer on-site massages and various special touch" packages - please inquire & 10% military discount."

Harbour Inn & Cottage is a comfortable bed and breakfast in Mystic, CT. We are just one block from the train station and an easy walk to all the shops, restaurants and sights of downtown Mystic including boat rides and tall ships. We are a relaxing, waterfront accommodation providing guests with four spacious rooms and a cottage for a peaceful night's sleep. Each morning we provide guests with a sumptuous breakfast to prepare them for a day of adventure.

Another Second Penny Inn in Stonington, CT is only 3 miles from Mystic, and 12 miles from Watch Hill, RI. Whether for romantic getaways, family visits, vacation rental, or business meetings, experience fine lodging at Another Second Penny Inn.

In Stonington Borough, near Little Narragansett Bay. Sophistication of a small inn with the warmth of a B&B. Stroll or bike our historic village along the Connecticut shore. Mystic, Watch Hill and CT Wine Trail nearby.

Boasting elegant guestrooms featuring first class amenities and art from local artists, the Mermaid Inn of Mystic offers the perfect accommodations for couples, girlfriends, and families visiting historic downtown Mystic, CT. Perfectly situated in the heart of Mystic, the inn is close to all that the area has to offer including both Mohegan Sun and Mashantuckt Pequot Resort and Casino’s.

Welcome to The Whalers Inn Bed & Breakfast. Enjoy its perfect location, just steps away from unique shops, attractions, dining & the Mystic River. The Whaler’s Inn offers a variety of accommodations at moderate rates.

A gracious welcome awaits you at our Connecticut historic B&B the John Meech Homestead circa 1720. Built on ledge and surrounded by roses-hence the name Roseledge Country Inn and Farm Shop. We are a historic bed and breakfast located in Preston, Connecticut, in the heart of the Mystic Country Area. Preston is also the last town in the Last Green Valley.

The Steamboat Inn Bed & Breakfast in historic downtown Mystic, CT is a small and intimate luxury B&B on the Mystic River. We provide the perfect romantic escape and can help to host your wedding, special event or corporate retreat. Guestrooms offer a relaxing atmosphere, featuring queen-sized beds, whirlpool baths, individually climate controlled, and free wireless Internet access. Whether your interest is sailing, golfing, gambling, or simply a relaxing beach stroll or antique shopping, the Mystic area will charm you.

This Stonington, CT upscale bed and breakfast offers 18 bright, elegant rooms individually decorated, and all feature fireplaces. Some offer 4-poster beds, balconies, window seats, whirlpool tubs and/or harbor views. Enjoy continental breakfast. Our BnB in Stonington provides a Fitness center, Business Center, and free parking. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic get-away in Stonington CT.

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This Boston Bed and Breakfast is located in the historic Jamaica Plain neighborhood. Taylor House is an Italianate Victorian built in 1853, and features antiques alongside our extensive contemporary art collection and eclectic thrift shop purchases. Adjacent to beautiful Jamaica Pond, and nearby fine restaurants and two forms of public transportation. Spacious guestrooms, all with private baths and queen beds. Some suites available.

The Park Lane Bed and Breakfast, located in Newton Massachusetts, is a Baronial style stucco home built in 1910. Our location is a 7 minute walk to the D" Green line stop at Newton Centre

The John Jeffries House, one of Boston’s best kept secrets invites you to relax in one of our spacious guest rooms with private baths, kitchenettes, and comfortable queen beds. Located in the heart of Boston, our perfect location offers travelers a wealth of historical and cultural attractions.

This Boston, MA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Massachusetts. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in Boston, MA."

Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Providence RI

Your bed and breakfast Providence RI accommodation is the perfect setting for a getaway trip. Delight  yourself in the traditional-style accommodations where you’ll have  modern amenities and guest services during your stay. Each guest room  features comfortable beds for a great night’s sleep and wake up to a  full breakfast every morning.

Experience Providence RI from a local perspective to see what makes the city so magical.  Explore some of the popular neighborhoods – go sightseeing around the  historic Downtown district or walk the Brown University campus in College Hill.

Providence is one of the most popular destinations in New England. It’s a  year-round destination where you’ll get to explore the city’s history,  culture, and more. Plan out your bed and breakfast vacation for the perfect couple’s retreat.

Explore why Providence RI should be your next travel destination.


  • Providence is located in New England, where you’ll experience the best of all four seasons. The best time to visit Providence is during the late spring to the early fall. It’s when the weather is the nicest for exploring what the city has to offer.

    June and August are the busiest travel times. Make reservations for your bed and breakfast early when traveling during the period. The fall is also a great time to see the colorful fall foliage around town.

    Although the winters get cold and lots of snow, it’s a special time to visit to see all of the lights and holiday festivities.

  • History

  • Providence is the capital of Rhode Island.  It was first settled in 1636 as one of the original 13 colonies. It’s  one of the most historical cities you’ll visit with landmark preserved  since the 17th century. A walk around the city reveals a lot of  historical features.

    Residents of Providence and other parts of Rhode Island played a significant role during the American Revolutionary War. It was  once one of the wealthiest cities in the US, formerly with its maritime  industry, until shifting its focus on manufacturing.

    Brown University is one of the oldest universities in the United States. It was chosen to relocate to Providence as opposed to Newport in 1770 at its current location on College Hill. Visitors can also explore historic homes like the John Brown House Museum and the Stephen Hopkins House.

    Take a walk down Benefit Street to admire the architecture from the 18th-19th century. Providence is also home to the First Baptist Church in America, the nation’s oldest church founded in 1638.

  • Activities

  • Spend some time exploring the local sights and attractions during your visit to Providence. All year round, there are fun things to do and see. It’s an exciting town to discover some incredible sights and activities.

    Whether it’s your first time in town or you’re a frequent visitor, take some time to go sightseeing. Providence is a picturesque city with unique sights in each district. Check out College Hill to walk the Brown University campus or explore the affluent neighborhoods filled with Victorian homes. Or hang out in Roger Williams Park in South Providence.

    Providence is one of the original 13 colonies, so there are lots of historic  buildings to see. Many of the residential areas showcase colonial homes.  Discover the famous people who lived in them. The Providence Athenaeum is a historic library that you have to see. Be sure to stop by the Special Collections to find rare books.

    You can always find events happening in Providence. It’s a culturally rich city that prides itself on the arts, music, and more. Downtown Providence has several event venues like the Providence Performing Arts Center and convention center. Check the local calendar before you arrive to see what’s happening around town.

  • Natural Features

  • Providence has several different lakes and bays around town that offer the perfect  locations for enjoying the outdoors. Add a bit of outdoor adventure to  your Providence RI bed and breakfast experience by visiting one of the many options.

    Roger Williams Park is an urban park, but it’s the largest green space you’ll find. It’s a  fun place to go for picnics, leisure walks, or relaxing in the open-air.

    The Woonasquatucket River flows through downtown Providence.  Visit the Waterplace Park to admire the tranquil river. The Riverwalk  is a popular place to go for a stroll or go for a gondola ride on the  river.

    The East Bay Bike Path is one of the most visited recreational areas, with over one million  visitors every year. It’s a trail extending 14.5-miles long for biking  and walking. It winds through some of the surrounding landscape for  views of the Seekonk River and Narragansett Bay.

  • Things to Do

  • Providence is a beautiful city to explore, filled with history, culture, and more. Discover the city when staying at your Providence RI bed and breakfast. You’ll be within walking distance the best things to do in town.

    There are four main Providence districts – Down City, East Side, South Providence, and Federal Hill. Each area is worth visiting.

    Down City is centered around Downtown Providence. It’s the main business district where you’ll find many landmark buildings. You’ll see the Rhode Island State House, Providence Performing Arts Center, and the Rhode Island Convention Center. These buildings often host events and tours. There are also public installations around town like the Waterfire sculpture.

    College Hill is a tourist favorite in the city’s East Side. It’s the most affluent neighborhood filled with Victorian houses. It’s also home to the main campus of Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). Take a walk around the area to enjoy the college town atmosphere. You’ll also find the Providence Athenaeum, the fourth oldest library in the US.

    South Providence is a popular area where you’ll find Roger Williams Park. It’s the largest urban park in Providence, named after the founder of Rhode Island. The park is a vast green space that includes several venues like the Roger Williams Park Zoo, Roger Williams Botanical Center, museum, and planetarium.

  • Food and Drink

  • You’ll never be short on places to dine in Providence. Providence specializes in seafood, and there are tons of other cultural venues to  get a taste from around the world. Check out some of the popular  restaurants in the different neighborhoods around Providence:

    • Hemenway’s Restaurant
    • Los Andes
    • Providence Oyster Bar

    Dine in at Hemenway’s Restaurant, located on the campus of Brown University. Grab a seat by the window for an incredible view of the river while eating fresh seafood. It also has an extensive wine list.

    Los Andes brings the rich flavors of the Andes Region in South America to New  England. It’s one of the top-rated restaurants in the city. Try out an  authentic Peruvian or Bolivian dish, specializing in seafood and other  meats.

    Downtown has tons of restaurants and bars to check out. The Providence Oyster Bar is the perfect spot for a delicious dinner and drinks. Order one of the  handcrafted cocktails at the bar paired with fresh oysters.

Bed and Breakfast Providence RI FAQ

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  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Providence, RI?

    Providence bed and breakfast accommodations let you experience one of the most historic cities in  the US. Stay in the historic district where you’ll be just a short  distance from many of the top attractions and destinations, including Roger Williams Park, Providence Athenaeum, and Brown University. Walk the streets of College Hill to see beautiful Victorian homes or spend time in the bustling Downtown Providence.

    Enjoy the comforts of your bed and breakfast with a warm atmosphere and attentive service by the innkeepers. As soon  as you check-in, you’ll feel at home in your New England getaway.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Bed and Breakfast Providence, RI?

    The traditional inn style of bed and breakfast Providence RI accommodations feature modern amenities for a comfortable stay.  Visit for a romantic getaway or stay in one of the kid-friendly  accommodations.

    Check-in to your room and enjoy the full range of amenities available to all guests. Guest rooms feature free wifi, a TV with cable, air conditioning,  and more. The large beds and blackout curtains offer the perfect  setting for sleeping. Private bathrooms come stocked with complimentary  toiletries. You’ll also have free parking on site.

    The accommodations provide a full breakfast every morning and daily cleaning services. Many also offer free cancellation.

  • How can I get around Providence RI?

    Providence is a major city, so you have several options for transportation. Travelers booking flights to Providence can fly into the local T.F. Green Airport (PVD) or the Logan International Airport (BOS) in Boston.

    Another way to arrive in Providence is via the Amtrak Train. Providence Station is the transportation hub located downtown with frequent trips between Boston and the two airports.

    Visitors can rent a car upon arriving at the airport for the most convenient way to get around during your stay. The Providence bed and breakfasts offer free parking.

    Providence also has designated bike paths and a pedestrian bridge over the Providence River.

  • What are the different types of B&Bs in Providence RI?

    You’ll find the perfect bed and breakfast in Providence, RI, suitable for any vacation. Explore some of the bed and breakfast accommodations available.

    Christopher Dodge House ranks as one of the top bed and breakfast accommodations in Rhode Island.  It features renovated guest rooms in a mansion built in the mid-19th  century. It’s located in the historic district, so you’ll be close to  all local attractions, dining, and more.

    The Old Court Bed and Breakfast is a popular choice for local stays. The bed and breakfast Providence RI East Side accommodation is a few minute walk from Downtown Providence or Brown University. You’ll stay in one of the most affluent neighborhoods in an inn showcasing 19th-century décor.

    South of Downtown is the Edgewood Manor. You’ll have access to amenities and accessibility for all guests. It’s perfect for couples. Stay in the beautiful Victorian Mansion and enjoy the nearby Roger Williams Park.