Footsteps away from a favorite Victorian
vacation spot, The 1900 House retains the charm and grace of a
bygone era. Located in the historical village of Narragansett,
this bed and breakfast is filled with antiques, collectibles,
and turn of the century artwork. Guests will enjoy openness,
bright rooms, and close proximity to the beach, the famous
seawall, and other historic sights.
During your visit you are invited to view
the antique stereoscope, lift lids off the many wooden boxes
to see what's inside, look through the two hat boxes filled
with antique postcards, peruse the many handmade quilts, enjoy
the porch in warm weather, shower "under the stars"
in the outdoor enclosed shower, sample anything from Bill's
garden and just forget about the modern world and relax.
This historic home has three bedrooms,
freshly decorated and each with a private bath. The Blue Room
has a canopy bed, and one room has a large antique oak bed.
There is a TV in each room and a guest refrigerator for your
A full gourmet breakfast is served 8:30 to
9:30 each morning.
Just a block and a half away from the
ocean, with its swimmers, surfers, anglers and boaters, The
1900 House offers guests a chance to do it all or do nothing
but stretch out on the wicker chaise on the porch and read a
good book. A leisurely walk will take you to fine dining, the
cinema, and Memorial Park, where summer weekends bustle with
art shows, Civil War re-enactments, seafood festivals and
carnivals. On Friday evenings, the gazebo is filled with live
music. A short ride to Narragansett's authentic Fishing Port
will offer you charter boats, tour boats and seafood at its
freshest. The Point Judith Lighthouse clings to the southern
tip of Narragansett and provides a spectacular view of the
Historians can walk to South County Museum
and the Victorian towers. A short ride will take them to
Smith's Castle, Gilbert Stuart Museum and the Museum of
Primitive Arts and Culture. Golfers have a choice of 10
different courses in the area.
Naturalists marvel at the unspoiled scenery
and wildlife at nearby conservation and wildlife refuges.
The University of Rhode Island is 15
minutes away, while Providence is home to Brown University and
the Rhode Island School of Design. Johnson and Wales
University is just 35 minutes away.
A twenty-minute drive to Newport, the
vacation land resort of the Victorian rich and famous, offers
the chance to explore mansions and antique shops, or perhaps
watch a movie being filmed, and then return to the tranquility
of The 1900 House.