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234 Norwood Avenue, Providence, RI 02905, United States of America – Show map
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From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Magnificently restored character house so thoughtfully and tastefully done. Warm,inviting, staff outstanding in knowledge and help.
A bit of a drive into centre of town.
A lovely well maintained property. Excellent staff. Good breakfast.
I have no complaints.
I loved that Ken, the Innkeeper spent time with me to tell about the beautiful home and a colorful history of the area. The coffee and breakfast was delicious. The park is gorgeous and I loved hearing the church bells.
Water pressure in shower was weak and hot water was not plentiful.
Staff was great and the building is beautiful.
The innkeeper was very odd and made us feel uncomforable, he told my girlfriend and I about his black friends and how he helps the black community and how he remembers a great painting of two slaves that his friend has. I assume he told us all of this because my girlsfriend is black. His attempt to make us feel comfortable backfired. We skipped breakfast just so we didn't have to see him again. We got into town later than we were hoping (around 9:00pm) and it took us 30 minutes to see our room. The innkeeper thought it would be a good idea to tell us that he was a sniper in Vietnam and how he has a "designers eye" and a " Zero memory"... we just wanted to see our room and he just kept talking.
Property and room were well kept and very clean. Room was upgraded, but did not have the features that I booked with the original room (no spa tub), but the upgraded room was very nice.
Sadly this is in a fringe area outside Providence but very close to Roger Williams Park. The house is charming but if you look closely you will notice peeling paint in the rooms. We had a little trouble with the shower, but you should not expect super modern in a 100-plus year-old house. I did see a few bugs which was off-putting, but it was summer and windows are open. The staff was very attentive and caring for our comfort. I really liked the place, but my daughter and I found Ken to be a hoverer. He made us very uncomfortable. Everything else was fine.
I loved the furnishings and the common rooms. A beautiful house in its day. The rooms are beautifully furnished if a bit tired. The breakfast was wonderful and the cooks were friendly and helpful. The price was right, however. We were nicely upgraded to the Victorian room when we arrived.
Had no idea it was connected to the B&B next door. We arrived one hour early to a locked door, so left and came back. We could have checked in had we known. Breakfast "served from 8-10:00." (Literally!) The cook/server was delightful, but serving 9 guests alone....we didn't get fed until almost 9:30. Not like dining at other B&Bs I've experienced.
Bed was very comfortable. Breakfast, when finally served, was delicious. The home was next door to another B&B where we had to check in. This house was beautiful! (We entered our room via a musty smelling back stairwell next door, however).
I was surprised to see the housekeeper cleaning with one hand and texting with the other.
The Innkeeper, CJ, the comfort of the bright, white cool breeze filled sun room, the front porch, the comfortable bed and the beautiful breakfast!!!!!
bed was a bit high off the floor - could be difficult for some to get in and out of it.
beautiful homes and grounds, very gracious and welcoming staff
The Newhall house did not have a sign directing you were to go to check-in, nor was there a sign visible from the curb identifying the property. The Wi-Fi was inadequate to support the number of guests. Coasters could be offered to help protect the antique furnishings.
The ambience and furnishings were exceptionally lovely. The staff were all very friendly and accommodating.
We didn't like the fact that there was probably a roof leak, and the drywall on the ceiling was flaking off. There were pieces of paint and joint compound on the bed and on the floor when we arrived. Very unsightly. This should be addressed. The sheets on our bed were definitely not clean. Not very comforting.
We really liked the house for it's historical charm, and the keeper was knowledgeable about the history of the house. The breakfast was excellent, and the cook took pride in her job.
The Jacuzzi tub was a bit tricky to work, very nice accommodation great breakfast.
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