Experience life in the early 1800's but enjoy modern comforts! Sleep on feather mattresses and air dried sheets under hand sewn quilts. The house has 5 fireplaces, two three season porches, wide pine floorboards and original wavy glass windows of the early 19th century when it was built. The house is situated on three house lots with ample grass, trees and plantings to enjoy from the chaise lounges, picnic table, or benches in the yard. The location is ideal for day trips to Boston, Plymouth, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Block Island, Providence, Cape Cod, and Connecticut. Maps and brochures are provided on site for your use. One can enjoy active sight seeing, or relax and nestle in with one of our books which are yours for the keeping. Enjoy the charm and comfort provided by the lodging and daily country fresh all you can eat breakfasts. It is our intention to continue to provide a place as cozy, accomodating and friendly as it always has been when mom Nichols was welcoming all who came for a visit. Join us for a night, week, or several weeks. Return for the change of seasons which are dramatic in New England. Call 508.761.7146...or email us! Website: .NicholsGuestRooms
3.0 on January 21, 2014
This was adequate for our needs and the hostess was very pleasant.
4.6 on October 28, 2013
We stayed here because we wanted a different experience from a chain hotel, and with Nichols' rivaling prices, why not? We thoroughly enjoyed the hospitality of Walt & Dorothy -- they were helpful from giving tips on dinner places to providing a DELICIOUS breakfast! The house itself was very homey with all sorts of charming, country-like touches. Sure, it's not as spacious as a hotel room, but with the TLC that is provided by Walt & Dorothy, we'd definitely stay there over a hotel if we ever pass through that area again... and we'd recommend it to others! Thanks so much!!
4.0 on August 23, 2013
We stayed one night in this charming house. The room (Muriel) was very comfortable and had all we needed. Dorothy and Walt are great and made us feel like home. Breakfast is amazing! I'll definitely come back
5 on July 05, 2013
Many thanks to Dorothy and Walt for having us at their home. It is nice to be able to stay at a residence that really welcomes you. We always stay here whenever we are in the area because we feel comfortable and enjoy our talks around the breakfast table each morning. As usual, the food is varied and delicious. We will be back.
5 on June 13, 2013
My friends (from Australia) and I (from Portugal) spent a night at the Nichols B n B and it was surely one of the highlights of our visit to USA. The breakfast table was positively groaning, with a selection of hot and cold dishes, all beautifully presented. The rooms and public areas were decorated to match the age of the house and every conceivable item had been added, to ensure one's comfort. century. -Most importantly, the genuine friendliness and helpfulness of Walt was way beyond the call of duty. We were so sorry we could only stay one night. Dee Orvalho
5 on November 12, 2012
Everything about my stay was ever so pleasant. My only complaint is that I could not stay for longer! ~ John Robbins from Rocky Mount, N.C.
5 on November 10, 2012
The Nichols Guest Rooms was a quaint, charming B&B. Dorothy and Walt were very warm and friendly making us feel as welcome as life-long friends. They were helpful and knowledgeable about the attractions in the area. Breakfast was fabulous and we had the opportunity to meet and talk with other interesting guests from around the country. The Muriel Room was delightful and the entire house had the warmth and charm of an old New England home from the 1800s that has all the modern conveniences. My husband and I felt that Dorothy and Walt made our trip to the New England area memorable and we look forward to a return trip. Thank you Dorothy and Walt from TX.
4.6 on March 08, 2012
A fantastic place to stay, very comfortable! Our hosts were amazing, incredibly friendly and breakfast the next morning was beyond what I expected. I would absolutely stay here again. :)
It's so much fun to have guests like you come to stay at Nichols!
3.2 on January 09, 2012
Had a peaceful stay. I stayed in the Muriel room, which was very cozy. Dot made me a wonderful breakfast the next morning. I would stay there again.
Glad you had a restful stay. Come again when looking for a retreat.
4.4 on November 30, 2011
Comfortable room; Excellent breakfast; Hosts joined us for breakfast and shared great stories about the house. Would defintely stay there again!
Every nook and cranny holds a memory. Glad you enjoyed your stay.
Rooms are named after the Nichols children who were raised in the house. The Eleanor room has a private bath, fireplace, and a king sized bed. A cot for additional person can be added to the rooms. All the rooms have wide pine floor boards and original wavy glass windows from the time/era that the house was constructed. The Eleanor room has three windows and a feather mattress upon request! Cozy! :)
Nightly Rate: $99 - $99
The Muriel room is on the northwestern side of the house. Consequently, the prettiest sunsets are evident from this room, with the sun's rays oftentimes appearing to have the lights on within the room. A new bathroom has been installed with a showerstall and toilet in privacy, and a sink within the bathroom enabeling more than one fixture to be utilized at the same time. The queen size antique brass bed is softened with a feather mattress and adorned with a hand sewn quilt.
Nightly Rate: $99 - $99
The Cameron room is named after the oldest of the five Nichols children. This was his bedroom from the time the Nichols moved to Seekonk, MA., in 1942, until he went off to college. The room has a double bed, a shared bath (downstairs from the rooms), and a window which overlooks the large maple tree in the backyard. All four seasons are evidenced by the changing of the leaves. The window has the original small panes from the time the house was built. Steam heated radiators are throughout the house, which makes this room very comfortable on chilly mornings and evenings.
$89 - $89
Boston Access, Colleges, close to Cape Cod & Newport, Casinos, Golf Courses, Lakes, Museums, Parks & Zoos, Near Plymouth, Small town, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 35 Mi miles
Directions: Nearest major airport is Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) (35 Mi miles N.) Directions from airports: From Boston: Travel I-93 South to I-95 South, take I-95 South to Exit 2A, (Rt.1a South, Newport Ave.), at 3rd light take a left (Central Ave.), Follow to (end) intersection of Rt.152, Take a left and an immediate right onto Pine St., 50 Pine St. is a yellow 2-story house on the left (4th house from Fire Station on the left). From Providence Airport (T.F.Green): Travel I-95 North to Exit 2A, (Rt.1a South, Pawtucket, RI.), at 3rd light take a left (Central Ave.), follow to Rt.152, follow directions above to house. Note: Providence Airport (T.F.Green) is the closest to Nichols Guest Rooms
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, River, Ski area, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, Wet bar , Free Local Calls, Free Newspaper and Parking, www.affiliatedcarrental.com/rhode-island.php, Valet / Self Parking, Room Service, Turndown Service
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Fitness Center / Gym, Racquetball / Squash, Health Spa / Massage, Hot air balloon rides, Historical sightseeing/museums, etc., Parks and zoos, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Video Arcade, Water sports
Dorothy Tameo / Walter Nobriga
Dorothy is a retired school teacher. She enjoys swimming, the outdoors, cooking and her grandkids. Walter likes the outdoors, fishing and hunting, and he owned his own architectural design business for 17 years.
accomodate special diets
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , specify requests
Puffed Apple Pancake
Oven-baked, fresh apples, cinnamon, brown sugar and maple syrup make this high rising fluffy pancake a favorite with our guests who often request it on return visits!