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GRANT INN B&B, BRISTOL ***
Conveniently located along
tree-lined High Street in quiet south Bristol, William's Grant Inn, a beautiful
five-bay Colonial Federal style home, features charming, whimsical décor
and unique hand-painted decorations adorning the entire house. Each morning
awake to fresh baked muffins or scones and a bowl of delicious fresh fruit.
FRANCIS MALBONE HOUSE B&B, NEWPORT ****
The epitome of elegance,
located in the heart of Newport's historic harborfront. This historic inn,
an elegantly restored Colonial Newport mansion circa 1760, offers beautiful
bedrooms, gracious sitting rooms, manicured gardens, and personal attention
to guests that is unparalleled in Newport.
ARCHITECTS INN B&B, NEWPORT ***
The Architects Inn - George
Champlin Mason House was built in 1873 as the private residence of a famous
Newport "Golden Age" architect. Located in a historic neighborhood off
prestigious Bellevue Avenue, this Victorian inn offers guests a relaxing
vacation in the heart of Newport's beauty.
INN BED & BREAKFAST, NEWPORT ****
The minute you step through
the front door, you will step back in time to an era of Victorian elegance.
Bask in the romantic aura of sparkling chandeliers, rose petals and sonnets
at this 19th century manor estate. Savor the ambiance in the library or
enjoy some sherry on the verandah.
TREE INN BED & BREAKFAST, NEWPORT ***
A Newport bed and breakfast,
is a charming Victorian home built in 1887. Famous for it's warmth and
hospitality, the inn is decorated with the most exquisite furnishings.
Guests are welcomed in a comfortable living room with fireplace and enjoy
the added convenience of a common area complete with a fully equipped kitchen,
refrigerator, soda and ice machine.
DUCK INN BED & BREAKFAST, NEWPORT ***
Situated in the heart of
downtown Newport, just footsteps away from harbor front shops and restaurants
and a leisurely stroll from the fabulous Newport mansions and museums.
Named for a 1929 "Rum Runner" vessel beloved by the local community, Black
Duck is a quaint inn offering its guests friendly personal service and
a wonderfully historic past.
LODGE BED & BREAKFAST, NEWPORT ***
Experience Newport's enchanted
Gilded Age at historic Ivy Lodge. Located in Newport, Rhode Island's mansion
district off famed Bellevue Avenue, the Ivy Lodge is just a short stroll
to downtown Newport, the Cliff Walk and the beaches. The richly detailed
oak walls and fireplace hearths provide the quintessential Newport backdrop
for a memorable experience in the City by the Sea.
DURFEE HOUSE B&B, NEWPORT ***
An elegant federal period
bed and breakfast inn built in 1803 by banker Samuel Durfee of Providence.
This beautifully restored house features period paneling and molding as
well as a fan light window above the front door. Conveniently located downtown
in Newport's Yachting Village, the Samuel Durfee House is just a block
from the harbor and the restaurants and shops on Thames Street.
MELVILLE HOUSE B&B, NEWPORT ***
Staying at the Melville
House is like a step back into the past. Built in the 1750's, the Melville
House is located in the heart of the Newport's Historic Hill District on
gaslit Clarke Street, one of the quietest streets in Newport. Just one
block up from Thames Street, where the Brick Market Place and the harbor
front are located.
MANOR BED & BREAKFAST, WAKEFIELD ***
Imagine this unique Victorian
mansion only a few miles north of the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. As
it is now, Eden Manor is nestled on over five sprawling acres amid a stand
of pine and oak, ancient specimen trees and gardens. Your home away
from home as you enjoy our deluxe continental breakfast buffet including
homemade baked goods, fresh fruits, cereals, eggs, juices and more.
PIERCE HOUSE B&B, WICKFORD ***
In 1906, Haddie and Christopher
Pierce built their American Foursquare clapboard home, complete with widow's
walk, on a busy street corner in the village of Wickford. The town had
been enjoying a newfound reputation as a summer resort thanks to the Seaview
Railroad and steamships that sailed into Wickford Harbor.
HOUSE INN B&B, WYOMING ***
This historic building is
located in the town of Richmond, village of Wyoming, Rhode Island. The
original structure was once a stopover for the stagecoaches passing through
Richmond. There are two fireplaces that date back to the late 1700's
along with beams and granite that decorate throughout the Inn.
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