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Showing 16-21 of 21 Resorts and Lodges
Situated on a hill at the head of Old Harbor allowing for panoramic views, the Inn At Old Harbour is nestled in the heart of Block Island's historic district. The finest restaurants, shopping, and beaches are just a stone's throw away. Built in 1882 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn exemplifies the finest in Victorian... more
Set back from the road with sweeping ocean views and trellised gardens, Eastgate House offers its guests a private and unique Block Island getaway. A large wraparound porchdeck provides first-row seats to a magnificent sunset over the water or a setting for your full gourmet breakfast.... more
The Samuel Peckham Inn is a small New England inn located on the shores of the Great Salt Pond in New Harbor on Block Island. The colonial style inn combines modern accommodations with views of the harbor, the Atlantic Ocean, and the surrounding countryside. Casual is the rule.... more
Surrounded by shade trees, the Barrington Inn sits on a hill with views of the inner ponds and the Block Island harbor. A completely renovated 1886 country farmhouse, it offers cheerfully decorated corner rooms with overlooking the water and private decks.... more
The Rose Farm Inn is known for its natural setting, romantic rooms and informal hospitality. A working farm until 1963, the twenty acres of farmland are now home to marsh hawks, ring-necked pheasant and white-tailed deer. This peaceful sea and country setting is only a few minutes walk from the village and beaches. Treat yourself to a special... more
Whether sitting on the deck of The 1661 Inn and taking in the spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean or stepping into 19th Century in the romantic Victorian Hotel Manisses, this is Block Island at its most gracious. Dining ranges from elegant and sophisticated in the Hotel Manisses, as noted by Gourmet Magazine, to the Gatsby Room where tableside... more