Accommodation September 16, 2018
The Quirky Motel In Rhode Island You Never Knew You Needed To Stay At
While you may be thinking that summer is over and the opportunity for a coastal getaway has faded away, fall is actually the perfect time for an island escape. The beaches are less crowded and the weather is still lovely. Plan a beach trip in Rhode Island and you’ll want to check out this comfortable and quirky little Block Island hotel.
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The Darius Inn is conveniently located to the Block Island Harbor. This quaint seaside resort is a 19th century renovated building named after Captain Darius B. Dodge. The Captain created and sold medical elixirs during the 1800s on the property.
The building may be old, but it has been redone with all of the modern amenities you'll need. Enjoy relaxing amidst the old-fashioned charm with a hip vibe in this unique hotel.
For those who just need the basics, there are six oh-so comfy and stylishly decorated rooms available.
However, you may be tempted to upgrade to one of the five larger suites. These trendy digs are like a home away from home... only better.
Prepare your own meals in a modern kitchenette or use the backyard grill to cook up something yummy.
Feel perfectly comfortable in cozy dining areas and sitting rooms. Some suites also have private porches where you can soak in the sea breezes.
This Block Island hotel offers a daily hot breakfast and an afternoon happy hour.
Wind down in the cheerful backyard space after a day of activity. The small size of the inn creates a community atmosphere you'll just love.
This trendy inn is just a one minute walk from Crescent Beach and four minutes from the ferry terminal. The location is just right for an island getaway.
The beach may seem like a summertime only spot. But try heading to the coast in autumn for some much needed rejuvenation.
Plan a stay at this Block Island hotel and enjoy a relaxing stay. When you’re on the island grab a bite to eat at this
wonderful waterfront restaurant. You can also enjoy this scenic hike.