This 1870s home has 7 guest rooms and two Whirlpool Suites, most with queen-size beds and all with private baths and air conditioning . We offer cable TV, high-speed WIFI and a computer with a high-speed Internet connection for those who must keep in touch with the working world. Enjoy a full breakfast in the dining room before heading to the beach or perhaps some sport fishing in the Atlantic. Walk to weddings and events at the Towers and Coast Guard House. If you prefer your sand in a bunker, eighteen area golf courses beckon. The inn is also conveniently located for trips to nearby points of interest such as Newport, Mystic Village, and Block Island. At the end of the day, catch the evening breeze on our front porch, lawn chairs, or yard swing. If you are interested in a longer stay, we have an attached two-bedroom apartment that can be rented by the week.
5 on August 26, 2014
This was my second stay at this cozy inn. My son and I shared the whirlpool suite with the pull out sofa and it was perfect for us. Seely and David treat their guests like family.The in is spotless, safe and very quiet. It is 2 blocks from the beach on a tree lined street with a great front porch.i hesitate too say too many good things about it as it will always be booked up! Thank you both for a delightful weekend.M. Racioppo
4.2 on September 02, 2012
We just returned from a RI vacation after spending 2 nights at the Blueberry cove inn. We stayed in the groundfloor whirlpool suite. It was comfy, clean and beautifully decorated. The Inn is just a few short blocks from the beach and many good restaurants. You can park your car and walk just about everywhere if you want to. The room was quiet even though it was on the ground floor. There was plenty of food at breakfast though one day there wasn't more than one offering...though each breakfast started with some yogourt and fruit, so if you didn't like the egg dish you still had enough to eat. Seely was very helpful and always had good suggestions. We would totally return again if Narraganset was our vacation destination.
4.6 on July 05, 2012
The owner, Seely, is adorable, and made our stay so lovely. Her breakfast is top-notch. (We're talking a 2-course breakfast with all the tea, coffee, and fresh juice you can drink). She was charming and helpful in helping us find local attractions. You can walk down to the beach, restaurants, and the Naragansett Wall. I've never slept on such luxurious sheets in my life!
I'm so glad this guest enjoyed their stay! Many of our guests are remarking on our new Comphy microfiber sheets. Strong and silky, they are becoming one of our most popular amenities and gift shop items. Feel free to contact me if you would like to order a set for your own room and (of course) your guest room.
4.4 on April 03, 2012
We stayed for 2 nights on a Living Social romantic getaway weekend. Fantastic location blocks from "The Pier" and beach. Seely took great care of us. The "sweetie" package was a nice enhancement. Cozy building with a real feeling of history. We'll be back soon!
4.6 on November 23, 2011
The room was cozy and the bed comfortable, it's right down the street from the beach, and Seely was an absolutely wonderful host -- her breakfasts were incredible and she quick to offer advice and directions for local goings-on. I look forward to our next stay.
4.0 on July 11, 2011
We really did enjoy our stay at the Inn. The owners try very hard to please everyone with there needs. Some work does need to be done on the outside of the INN-- painting, a good cleaning on the Front Porch- make it more home like when you are entering the INN. Needs TLC. One Major item-- it the lights are left on hall all day and night -- each room has a stain glass window at the top of the door way-- the light from the Hall Way Shines in all night -- Making it very hard to sleep.. If they are going to keep these staing glass windows -- which are pretty then then need to lower lights at night -- so people can sleep with out having this bright light shine in.--- I did speak with few other people who were there when we were and they mentioned the same thing. It might be good idea to put in light dimmers.
I want to thank this reviewer for mentioning the issues. Who knows how many guests have been bothered by the stained glass transoms but this is the first one to mention it. Had I known I would have provided a light blocker for their room. (We took them down for a photo shoot last month and I forgot to put them back up.) We have scheduled a power washer to help with the front porch issues.
4.8 on June 03, 2011
The private apartment was better than expected and I had a great stay. The apartment is set up for people with pets and it was superb for this purpose. My wife and dogs will be back sometime after 15 Sep...so we can get the dogs on the beach only 6 blocks away.
4.0 on June 01, 2011
blueberry cove is owned by very friendly folks. it's a nice comfortable b and b and we really enjoyed our stay. the room, bed and bath were comfortable. my son was gradutating from URI and they even let him join us each morning for breakfast. we look forward to a return visit
4.4 on August 25, 2010
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Blueberry Cove Inn this summer. Nice room choices, excellent breakfasts, best mattress I've ever slept on (!), hosts are friendly and were excited to share their knowledge of the area with us. Recommended great restaurants. Can't wait to go back!
3.2 on August 13, 2010
We enjoyed our stay very much. They have an assortment of comfortable places to sit outside and read. The house is homey and comfortable. The breakfast was delicious and unique but, if you are looking for strong coffee, you will need to walk down the street to the espresso shop. The hosts are very nice and they even offered to let us park for the day after we checked out.
Providence, RI (PVD-T.F. Green State) 24 miles
FROM THE NORTH: Route I-95 South past Providence to RI Exit 9 which will put you on Route 4. Follow 4 until it merges with Route 1 South, continue approximately eight miles to the Narragansett exit. Make a left at the light at the end of the off ramp, go counter-clockwise halfway through the rotary, following signs to Narragansett. You are now on Kingstown Road. Go to the first light, turn right at the light, follow the road as it bends left. Drive three blocks to Robinson St. The inn is the first house on the left after you cross Robinson. The parking lot is through the stone pillars. FROM THE SOUTH: Route I-95 North to Connecticut Exit 92. Turn right onto Route 2, follow to Route 78 and take that east to Route 1 north. Drive about 15 to 20 minutes to the Narragansett exit off Route 1 onto South Pier Road. At the second light (Pt. Judith Rd.) make a left and travel to the rotary. Make a right into the circle and take your first right out of it to Kingstown Road (Scenic 1A North.) Go to the first light, turn right at the light, follow the road as it bends left and drive three blocks to Robinson Street. The inn is the first house on the left after you cross Robinson. The parking lot is through the stone pillars.
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