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Ok let's start with no WIFI. I love no TV but,no wifi?
The view is gorgeous. The proximity to dead eye dicks and the Oar? Fabulous.
But the hard bed, 1980's vibe (or is it 1950s) the "free breakfast" that was so bad (undrinkable coffee)...More
The Narragansett Inn is old (1912) but good and also is inexpensive. We stayed in a room on the second floor that shared a bathroom/shower with seven other rooms, but it was clean and when it was occupied we could use one of the two...More
This is a good spot not frequented too much by the "downtown" crowd (not quite sure what I mean by that) so it's peaceful. Striper was on the menu and how can you beat that. It was delicious. Salt Pond is right in front of...More
A group of 4 of us, 2 couples, stayed here in their annex building. It was DISGUSTING! We often stay on Block Island and are very used to sharing a bathroom, but is is usually shared by no more than 3 bed rooms, their upstairs...More
We stayed at the Narragansett Inn for three days. It was so quaint, like staying at your own summer cottage. The room was very basic and simply appointed. The whole island has a very laid back feel. Bring only casual clothes. The food was fantastic!!...More
US$565 - US$565 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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