|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Beautiful and Spacious Home located in sought after Narragansett Pier! This home boasts 5 large bedrooms and 3 Full Bathrooms with over 3000 square feet of living space! Fabulous Kitchen with a Full Service Island and Quartz Counter Tops. Adjacent, Spacious Dining Room can fit the whole family - seats 16 people!. Full Master Suite on the first floor with newly renovated bath. Beautiful Hardwoods and Ceramic Tile throughout house. Cozy living room area with built in bookshelves and stone fireplace. TV/Family room includes large screen TV, piano, leather couches, and is great for family time! Central AC and Ceiling fans for additional comfortable lounging. Upstairs boasts 2 bedrooms, a full bath and a loft area for the children and guests. Landscaped grounds with gas grill in a large patio area. Cable & Internet! Bath towels and Bed Linens included. Laundry area with washer & dryer. The Narragansett Town Beach is less than a mile away. Close to Quaint Shops, Fine Dining, Clam Cakes & Chowda and Walks along the Famous Sea Wall by the Historic Narragansett Towers. Sprague Park is nearby with a great playground for the kids to run off some energy. AdventureLand, Supermarket, Spas and Local banks are within a 5 minute drive Close to the highway, Route 1, so Scenic Newport is a swift 20 minute ride away.
Family reunions and long term rentals are Most Welcome!
COME AND EXPERIENCE ALL THAT SOUTHERN RHODE ISLAND HAS TO OFFER!!
Narragansett is in South County, Rhode Island. It includes the beach villages of Galilee, Scarborough, Point Judith, and Bonnet Shores. Families and students enjoy Narragansett especially in the summer because beaches are so close! After spending all day in the sun, there are many restaurants to sit down, relax, have some drinks, and eat some good food while hearing the ocean waves hit the shore.
Narragansett history in a nutshell - the bay and town took the name of the Indian nation that lived in Rhode Island, the name means “people of a small, narrow place.” Point Judith and Galilee were inhabited primarily by farmers and people in the fishing industry. Today Narragansett is home to shops, beaches, restaurants and marinas. The town is scarcely 20 miles long and less than 2 miles wide.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 21 - Sep 1
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.