Don’t let the small size of Rhode Island fool you, the state has a lot to offer. Known as the Ocean State, many people opt to stay within RI because of its central location.
Blueberry Cove Inn offers a variety of comfortable rooms within walking distance of the Town Beach and the historic Towers in Narragansett, R.I. It is perfect for a memorable beach vacation, relaxing weekend getaway, or wedding headquarters. Whether you are looking for a romantic rendezvous, a girlfriends’ weekend, or a place to stay while on business, we have an accommodation to satisfy your needs. Our town center located is a five-minute stroll from the beach and several fine restaurants. Enjoy a full breakfast in the dining room before heading out to your day’s activities. If you’re looking for more action than baking on the beach, a short drive can bring deep-sea fishing, a dozen golf courses and a nature preserve within reach. If sightseeing is more your speed, attractions like Newport, Mystic Village and Block Island are less than an hour away. At the end of the day, take a leisurely walk to the beach to experience the sunset, or catch the evening breeze on our front porch, lawn chairs, or yard swing.
Our charming inn is located in Providence, one of the oldest cities in the United States. We are located within walking distance to attractions, local shops, restaurants, and universities. This historic 3-story brick Italianate mansion was built in 1858 and renovated in 2003 into a beautiful 14-room bed and breakfast.
The Margin Street Inn was built in 1849 on the banks of the Pawcatuck River in Westerly, Rhode Island. It was the first of five houses built that made up the historic Perry Homestead, a residential grouping of great distinction to the town of Westerly, Rhode Island. Today, The Inn has two beautifully renovated Colonial and Classic Revival style guest houses, The Main House and Beech House, offering ten well-appointed bedrooms all with private baths and luxury amenities. Our Bed & Breakfast strives to provide guests a low key, casual elegance in which every need is taken care of. A European fare breakfast of fresh baked goods, local frittatas, homemade granola and fresh fruit is provided daily along with snacks and drinks on the sun porch in the evening. Surrounded by over 6 acres of manicured grounds with magnificent specimen trees, 4 out barns. and two docks to come by boat or to fish and explore the river, The Margin Street Inn is the perfect setting for weddings and private events or to simply get away.
Our Narragansett Bed and Breakfast is open year-round and is perfect for a romantic Rhode Island getaway. We offer a 600-square foot suite that has a master bedroom with en suite bath and a living room, as well as a large single guestroom, also with private bath. Each room has Cable TV, air conditioning, and internet access. Beautiful beaches, fine dining, and great fishing spots are all nearby. Historic Newport is 20 minutes away, and Providence is just 35 minutes away. .
This Newport, RI bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Rhode Island. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and The spacious rooms all have private baths, queen-sized beds, mini-refrigerators, and air conditioning. It is ample off-street parking. The Henry Collins Inn is just steps from the South Broadway area of Newport, full of eclectic shops and eateries. Your stay at the Henry Collins will be relaxing and worry-free so you can enjoy your visit in the City by The Sea to the fullest. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Newport, Rhode Island.
Visit Almondy Inn B&B, a Victorian Bed and Breakfast located in the gas-lit historic hill district of Newport, Rhode Island. This elegant 1890's bed & breakfast has been restored to its original glory and is located within walking distance of Newport's fine restaurants, antique shops, galleries, and boutiques.
Once framed by two enormous Beech Trees (unfortunately we lost one so there’s a baby beech in its place), the Beech Tree Inn and Cottage offers bright rooms with private bath, big flat screen cable TV, Air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi & parking, big breakfast hot-off-the-grill, and an easy walk to the town center. Some rooms have a fireplace & Jacuzzi. Enjoy the patio, decks, and garden. We’re family & pet-friendly in select rooms. AAA 3-diamond rated.
This Newport bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Rhode Island. Enjoy a deluxe continental breakfast, 400 thread-count sheets, and rainfall showers. Our BnB, in Rhode Island, provides Lather Spa products and afternoon tea, without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Newport Rhode Island
The LaFarge Perry House Bed and Breakfast in Newport, RI, has 5 Victorian-era guests rooms that welcome you with fresh cut flowers, afternoon tea, spa Jacuzzi baths, designer bathrobes, romantic fireplaces and gourmet breakfasts at this luxury inn within easy walking distance to Newport's attractions.
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This Newport, RI bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Rhode Island. Enjoy clean and stylish rooms in a mid-19th-century house that sits at a mile from the beach and nearby numerous well-known local restaurants, galleries, and clubs. We also offer tasty breakfasts with fresh products that will an excellent start to your days. Our bnb in Newport provides rooms in a perfectly located mid-19th century guest house. Also, we offer tasty and healthy breakfasts that consist of coffee, tea, juice, milk, cereals, yogurts, fruits, and pastries. You can enjoy the most important meal of the day in our stylish sitting room which is located on the second floor of the house without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next memorable escape in Newport, Rhode Island
This Newport, Rhode Island bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Rhode Island. The first-floor living, dining, library and foyer areas open freely to one another as discrete subdivisions of a continuous space, making guests intuitively and immediately comfortable. In contrast, the bedrooms (one on the first floor and four on the second) each feel private and tucked away from the others. Our BnB in Newport provides great adventures and activities without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next awesome escape in Newport, Rhode Island.
The Francis Malbone House is the epitome of elegance - a waterfront bed & breakfast located in the heart of downtown Newport, Rhode Island. The Georgian-style brick mansion has a rich history - built in 1760, it was painstakingly restored in the 1970s, and still retains its architectural heritage and colonial character. We offer 20 luxurious rooms & suites, many with working fireplaces and Jacuzzis. The separate Benjamin Mason House is ideal for couples traveling together. In-room massages are available.
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It is only three hours to New York City, Cape Cod, Boston, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The small state measures only 48 miles long by 37 miles at its thickest point.
When picking a bed and breakfast in Rhode Island, you can stay in Newport or Providence. Also, you can pick lodging with an ocean view. The diminutive state boasts 400 miles of lovely coastline. Enjoy the amazing Cliff Walk for unparalleled views and to soak up the area's architecture which is reminiscent of the Gilded Era. If you are staying in the state’s interior then you’ll love the lush, wooded forests and ample hiking. Without a doubt, Rhode Island is a great state to explore off the beaten path.
Europeans fled to the area of present-day Rhode Island and settled the forestland sometime during the 1600s. Roger Williams is credited with founding the state in 1636. It has the distinction of being one of the original 13 colonies. Newport quickly became the hub of shipping and sprang to the lead position during the Industrial Revolution. In 1899, the state hosted the First National Lawn Tennis Championship. Now it is home to the Tennis Hall of Fame.
Summers are lovely and warm in Rhode Island with the temperature hovering around 83 degrees and rarely reaching over 90 degrees F. In the winter, the temperature can dip to 21-degree F and on rare occasions can even go below 7 degrees. Many tourists flock to the state in the autumn to see the lovely changing colors of the fall foliage. Storms moving up the Atlantic shoreline often impact the state bringing wind and rain. Precipitation each month ranges from 2.5 to 3 inches on average.
One of the biggest tourist draws of Rhode Island is the state’s rich history. You’ll find a bevy of shops and eateries lining Bellevue Avenue's Historic District. The aristocratic Newport mansions are another must-see. The area was once home to the Vanderbilt and Astor families who would vacation in the state during the summer months. Many of the mansions now serve as museums and are open to the public. Tour the Isaac Bell Mansion or the Elms House. Stroll down the Cliff Walk and marvel at the architectural wonders.
Providence serves as the capital of Rhode Island. The postcard-perfect city boasts many 18th and 19th century homes along it’s College Hill. At night, the WaterFire art installation sheds light down onto the tidal basin and is home to many public events during the summer months.
Bristol is referred to as the ‘most patriotic town in America’. The city flies innumerable American flags and the downtown is painted with a distinguishing red, white, and blue strip to show the town’s pride.
If you are looking for a beach town to dip your toes in the sand then check out Narragansett. You can walk to the oceanfront from the heart of the small town.
Rhode Island is home to a large Italian and Portuguese immigrant population that is clearly reflected in the available foods. You’ll find many family-owned restaurants that boast a variety of international cuisine. The close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean also ensures fresh seafood. You’ll want to try stuffies which are a local favorite that consists of a clam filled with stuffing. Along the beach and wharf are many places offering seafood boils.
When planning a vacation, a lot of people overlook Rhode Island because of its tiny size but the region has a lot to do. Water sports, boating, beaches, history, hiking, biking, and dining are just a few options. It’s New England charm and wonderful coastal vibe are two of the charming characteristics of the area. One of the best things about staying in Rhode Island is that everything is close. Whether you stay in Providence, Narragansett, Newport, Bristol, Westerly, Cranston, Warwick, or Woonsocket, everything is nearby. You can soak up the culture and enjoy the artistic qualities of each place within the state.
Explore the Cliff Walk, shop in the historic district along Bellevue Avenue, or tour the lavish Newport mansions. The choices are endless. Go bird watching, charter fishing, shopping, hiking, or biking. Depending on the time of year, you can also indulge in winter surfing.
Rhode Island is brimming with a multitude of natural features. It is home to the largest estuary in the area which is the reason why it spurred the Industrial Revolution. Explore Mohegan Bluffs on Block Island which is made up of 200-ft cliffs that stand in a statuesque fashion above the Atlantic. You can walk on the beach at the base by climbing down a 141-step staircase. Narragansett Bay spans 147 miles and is home to forty islands. It is fed by seven rivers and Boasts over sixty different types of fish and shellfish. Without a doubt, it is Rhode Island’s crowning jewel and helps to bolster the state’s thriving economy. These are just a couple of the state’s many natural features.
Rhode Island is a small state and if you don’t have an auto then you can still get around using bus services, trains, and ferries along with cabs on occasion. You can also explore the various historic districts on foot. Some establishments even rent bikes. If you decide to use an auto then you’ll be happy to know that there is a great deal of street parking and a lot of garages in the state’s cities. Remember, if you visit Block island during the summer it's best to go there without a car. Instead, use a bike to explore the island. At some bed and breakfasts, the innkeeper will rent bikes.
Do you plan on escaping for a much-needed getaway to Newport, Providence, Bristol, or Narragansett? You’ll want to think of the amenities that are important to you such as a jacuzzi tub, comfy bed, street parking, breakfast, and Wi-Fi.
Why not pick a lovely Victorian bed and breakfast within walking distance of the Bellevue Avenue Historic District or stay close to Cliff Walk so you can explore the Newport mansions? You’ll find plenty of Rhode Island bed and breakfasts that fit any taste or need.
Picking lodging with adequate amenities to make your stay perfect is important. You should consider the guest rooms, check-in time, accessibility such as if they have street parking, private baths, a comfy bed, a jacuzzi tub, or in-room Wi-Fi. Whether you pick a Victorian b&b or a boutique establishment, most will boast a dining room with a gourmet or continental delicious breakfast.
The history in the area is undeniable and you’ll see it when looking for the best bed and breakfast in Rhode Island because many of them are historic gems. If you want to focus on the beach during your getaway then you’ll be happy to find a bed and breakfast in Rhode Island on the beach or within walking distance of its sandy expanse. Without a doubt, there is some quintessential charm in staying in a Newport Rhode Island bed and breakfast on the water for a couple of days.