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Bristol Harbor Inn

Bristol Harbor Inn
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259 Thames St.
Bristol, RI 02809
Website: www.BristolHarborInn.com
Bristol Harbor Inn

Lloyd Adams is your host at this elegant, boutique-style 1997 waterfront Federal inn, located at Thames Street Landing. Many rooms offer spectacular views of the harbor and Narragansett Bay, ranging from queen- or king-size with fireplace to suites. Thames Street Landing houses a variety of on-site shops, including a day spa, bicycle and kayak rental, a waterside pub, an ice-cream shop, an Asian importer, ladies’ apparel, and the award-winning DeWolf Tavern. (www.DeWolfTavern.com).

Unwind on the waterfront at The Bristol Harbor Inn — boutique-style 40-room hotel in heart of Historic Bristol. Beautifully appointed rooms. Spacious private baths, fireplaces, and spectacular Narragansett Bay views. Delicious complimentary Continental breakfast. Kayak, sailboard and bike rentals on-site. Easy day trips to Newport, Providence, Boston, Block Island, Cape Cod.

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Completed in 2002, this 40-room boutique hotel was built on the site of an early 19th-century rum distillery. Indeed, an original wooden barrel serves as a decorative piece in the lobby. (Sorry, it’s empty.) After you’ve checked in, be sure to check out the spectacular water views of Bristol Harbor from the cozy confines of your room—sailboat sightings included. It’s also within walking distance of shopping and dining spots. Continental breakfast and three-hour tie-ups at boat docks are included. Rates: from $135, including continental breakfast.

Best Bargain

Completed in 2002, this 40-room boutique hotel was built on the site of an early 19th-century rum distillery. Indeed, an original wooden barrel serves as a decorative piece in the lobby. Sorry, it’s empty.) After you’ve checked in, be sure to check out the spectacular water views of Bristol Harbor from the cozy confines of your room—sailboat sightings included. It’s also within walking distance of shopping and dining spots. Continental breakfast and three-hour tie-ups at boat docks are included. Rates: from $135, including continental breakfast.

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