A Stay At These 5 Coastal Bed And Breakfasts In Rhode Island Will Enchant You
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Rhode Island has miles and miles of shoreline and stunning beaches and that makes it the perfect place for a getaway. Forget the hotels, there are plenty of charming places to stay that have personality, style, and all the comforts of home and then some. How about a lovely bed and breakfast in Rhode Island? Let’s take a look at five of the best bed and breakfasts in the state. These places are absolutely divine!
Have you ever stayed at a bed and breakfast in Rhode Island along the coast? If so, was it one of the b&bs mentioned above? What were your experiences like? Share your stories in the comments section below.
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Best Bed And Breakfast In Rhode Island
What are some of the best road trips in Rhode Island?
The best road trips in Rhode Island include the following:
- 4-Hour Road Trip Around Rhode Island’s Lighthouses
- Rhode Island Waterfalls Road Trip
- Ultimate Rhode Island Hidden Gem Road Trip.
What are some of the best places to stay in Rhode Island?
From hotels to Airbnbs, from campgrounds to cabins, our Ultimate Guide To Accommodations In Rhode Island has it all. Use it as a starting point to look for a place to stay in the state. For luxury, try the Ocean House in Westerly. This iconic and historic hotel is usually voted one of the best in the country. With on-site amenities like a spa and restaurant, world-class service, and its location on the ocean, not to mention near Taylor Swift's beach house, you may never want to leave. For those who are more of an outdoorsy camping type, book a spot at Burlingame State Park in Charlestown.
Are there any other bed and breakfasts in Rhode Island?
Located in a quiet section of Providence, the Christopher Dodge House Bed and Breakfast occupies a house that was built in 1858. Many of the rooms in this bed and breakfast have gas fireplaces, perfect for a chilly night and cuddling with a loved one. And when breakfast is served, there are plenty of options. There’s just something so relaxing about a getaway to a charming bed and breakfast in the Ocean State.