2.8 on August 27, 2012
We had a nice stay at this B&B and the wine tasting was interesting. However after buying a couple of bottles and bringing them home one was bad. It tasted like vinegar so I called the place and they wanted me to return it for an exchange. Since I live about 150 miles away that was not possible so I asked for a refund. I haven't received a refund on my $17 bottle of bad wine, that's bad business in my book. Get a room with central air.
2.4 on July 27, 2012
Photos on the website give the impression of being located on a small road with shade trees when in fact all the photos are taken from the front yard which is at the crossroads of a very busy intersection. Unless you have the air conditioner running all night get ready for plenty of traffic noise. Our room (Samuel Ward Room) was suppose to have an oceanview. The only water we saw was in the shower. Sheets on the bed had holes as did some of the towels. Unless you were at least 5'5" you could not see in to the very small bathroom mirror hung very high on the wall over the sink. When combing your hair or putting on makeup you had to keep running from the sink to the bedroom bureau.The King sized bed has a terrible squeek with the slightest movement. The window unit air conditioner was not installed properly and had gaps on either side letting the bugs in. This was our rst visit to this area of Rhode Island and next time we will stay elsewhere.
3.8 on June 24, 2011
we'd never been to this area of Rhode Island and were impressed with the beauty and Langworthy Farms was a perfect alternative to the Ocean House in Watch Hill. Joe and his wife were very accommadating. we were there for a wedding and the entire Inn were wedding guests. our room was huge with a large bath and sitting area on the first floor...plus air conditioned! the winery is very nice and the tasting periods a nice diversion from site seeing or the beach. Breakfast were tasty and unique! a true value for the area!