Rhode Island Accommodation and lodging listings
Rhode Island is located in the southeastern corner of New England within easy traveling distance of several major northeast cities. We're just 60 miles from Boston, Mass., 180 miles from New York City and under 350 miles from Montreal. And because Rhode Island itself is only 48 miles long by 37 miles wide, it's easy to get from one attraction to another. Which means you can do more on your vacation.
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Approx 1km away in Charlestown:
The Willows Resort located in Charlestown, Rhode Island, is a 15 acre estate set on a salt water pond situated on US Route 1 providing easy access for our guests. We have boat launching facilities and docking space for your boat.
5310 Post Road
Charlestown, Rhode Island
Approx 4km away in North Kingstown:
The newest hotel to open in Rhode Island in the North Kingstown / Quonset Point area is the LEED Certified TownePlace Suites by Marriott.
55 Gate Road
North Kingstown, Rhode Island
Approx 1km away in Newport:
In summer, come and experience the jazz and folk festivals located at Fort Adams, overlooking Newport harbor or the classical concerts held in one of the famous mansions. Our city also offers theater, shopping, beautiful beaches and fine dining to accent your daily activities.
91 Washington Street
Newport, Rhode Island
The weather for the 30th of January is forecast to be cold with light snow showers, with a low of 10f and a high of 35f. The following days conditions are forecast to be the same as the previous day, with an estimated low of 9f and a high of 19f.
The sun will rise at 6:58 am and set at 4:56 pm.
Fortunately, words like "work," "deadline" and "stress" seem strangely foreign around Rhode Island. What with countless miles of bike paths, more than a hundred public and private beaches at your bare feet, and the sparkling playground of Narragansett Bay, all part of a state that's more than 60% woodlands . And then there's kayaking, canoeing, fly fishing. In time, you will come to learn what the river is saying. And you can bet it won't be, "Get back to work."