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The Inn at Mount Hope Farm

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Providence, Rhode Island
Reviewed 1 week ago

Mount Hope Farm is a real treasure, in addition to being an important historic site. Soldiers from the Revolutionary War camped on the front lawn and Native Americans inhabited this site even earlier. The twin donkeys, the goats and chickens are captivating and the gardens are gorgeous. The raised bed vegetable gardens adjacent to the Barn grow vegetables for the...

Thank georginamac
Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Did not stay at the inn, but visit the Farmers Market often. NIce variety of vendors plus you can walk the grounds for a lovely view of the bay. For history buffs this area is also where King Phillip was captured. Lovely place to visit any time of year.

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Lisa C, Guest Relations Manager at The Inn at Mount Hope Farm, responded to this review

Thank you toby5229 for visiting! Glad you enjoyed your time with us and hope you will return often! Be sure to check out our pop-up dinner series to get a "taste" of what else we have to offer!

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Lovely rooms. great for a wedding. Wonderful staff.This is a working farm and a nonprofit. Nice to stay somewhere that gives back to the community.Breakfast was really good. The dishes were very elegant. No TVs anywhere. Nice place to relax and reconnect.

Thank Lauren R
New Orleans, Louisiana
Reviewed 23 September 2016

The Governor Bradford House is a hotel in a historic building located on a working farm. The innkeeper welcomed us and provided an orientation to the farm and gardens. The small goats added to the ambiance. An excellent and ample breakfast is included in the price of the room. Bristol is rich with history and close to Providence and Newport....

Thank Mary Ann M
Portland, OR
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Mt. Hope Farm is a great base for the tiny town of Bristol. Our family of two adults and a teenager enjoyed the quaint and comfortable rooms, a self-tour of the farm grounds, a nice walk down to the water, and a tasty and companionable breakfast in the dining area. Our host was very gracious and considerate supplying gluten-free options...

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Sharon, MA
Reviewed 31 July 2016

We decided to stay at the Mount Hope Farm in part to be out of the hubbub of Newport (but not too far away) and in part to support the idea of a non-profit organization running a B&B on a national historic site property. Our room, the Byfield Room, was lovely and spacious, with a handsome, four-poster bed, a fireplace,...

Thank DGandSAG
Providence, Rhode Island
Reviewed 10 June 2016

Lovely place, beautiful pastoral surroundings and two additional places to stay on the property: North Pasture House and South Pasture House. If you stay here on a weekend, there is an amazing Farmer's Market in the field in the summer and in the Barn in the winter. Great breakfast...very comfortable room...highly recommended!

2Thank georginamac
Upperville, VA USA
Reviewed 3 December 2015

The Gov. Bradford House is on Mt. Hope Farm, a wonderful 130 acres of respite located in Bristol RI: East of Providence, west of Newport and south of Warren. An excellent place to get away if you are from near or far. The farm has many farm animals and is growing into a sustainable, educational experience. The B&B is very...

2Thank Arthurgray
Reviewed 24 June 2015

What a wonderful surprise! This quiet spot nestled among the quaint little seaside town of Bristol. Very laid back, it was like being at home. Delicious breakfast cooked each morning and fresh baked goods and tea set out in the kitchen during the day. We wandered to the piano room to enjoy some music and into the game room for...

4Thank 785maryellenh
Mansfield, Massachusetts
Reviewed 10 May 2015

Stayed at Mt. Hope Farm for a Mother's Day getaway. The accommodations were charming, clean and up to date. The grounds were beautiful and we had a gorgeous view out of every window! The staff went above and beyond and made us truly feel welcome and at home. We had breakfast with some wonderful guests and Innkeeper Dave greeted us...

4Thank LisaMcKenzie18

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
An intimate and historically charming getaway with country-style hospitality, The Inn at Mount Hope Farm is a popular escape from everyday life where guests come to unplug and enjoy the peacefulness and simplicity of history and nature. The 12-room Inn dating back to 1745 offers individually-styled rooms that ensure comfort and relaxation. Architecturally designed gardens and expansive landscape provide beautiful views from every angle and our central location provides easy access to major happenings in Newport, Providence, and Prudence Island. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Mount Hope Farm's grand country estate sits on the shore of Mount Hope Bay and encompasses 127 acres of preserved open space, offering miles of easy and beautiful forested walking trails. Mount Hope Farm is the preferred setting for hundreds of weddings, special events and milestone occasions throughout the year. ... more   less 

Additional Information about The Inn at Mount Hope Farm

Address: 250 Metacom Ave, Bristol, RI 02809-5180
Region: United States > Rhode Island > Bristol
Number of rooms: 10
Also Known As:
Country Inn At Mount Hope Farm (Governor Bradford House) Hotel Bristol
Country Inn Bristol
Bristol Country Inn
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“I liked the Miller room. It had a private bath and an additional smaller bedroom.”
932laurenr, 5 Oct 2016 | Read review
“The bathrooms are adjacent for other bedrooms and the noise sometimes easily carries. Some rooms are in other buildings.”
Arthurgray, 3 Dec 2015 | Read review
“We had two rooms in the main house and both were very quiet.”
785maryellenh, 24 Jun 2015 | Read review
“Our room was one in the main house. I would suggest any of those.”
BobB950, 5 Sep 2013 | Read review
“We had room 10 in a separate cottage and liked it very much, but I think we'll try a room in the main house next time.”
jtperreca, 19 Aug 2013 | Read review
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