Portsmouth House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms (inc/private waterfront suite), 1 full bath & 1 half. Sleeps 2-8
Located in Island Park Cove, this newly renovated home is surrounded by water! Enjoy expansive waterviews from almost every window in the house! A three season porch offers a lovely spot for bird watching and tea while the lanai is perfect for soaking up the sun and warm breezes. Breathtaking sunsets can be comfortably enjoyed from the covered screened-in porch and the Mt. Hope Bridge is stunning in the evening. Rain or shine you'll be outside enjoying your vacation. Just completed - the interior features a granite kitchen with new appliances and flooring. There is a formal dining area with an open living room and half bath. Upstairs you'll find two relaxing bedrooms with plenty of storage and waterviews from each! The newly finished full bath is spacious and offers a shower/tub and washer & dryer. Off the living area is an enclosed 3-season porch with wrap around windows - perfect for daydreaming while a sofa sleeps two. The prime sleeping quarters are located outdoors in a private bedroom. Its the next best thing to sleeping outdoors! All newly furnished and tastefully furnished! Bring your fishing poles or kayaks to get a closer look at the abundant wildlife. If sun tanning is your thing, Island Park Beach is just a 5 minute drive away. Plenty of free parking is provided with park benches and a boardwalk for strolls and dog walking. You'll be amazed at the quality restaurants available in this small, hometown community. Fine dining, popular breakfast spots and the In-famous Flo's Clamshack are at your disposal.
The Mt. Hope Bridge to Bristol, R.I. is just a mere 8 minutes away. Offering eclectic gift & specialty shops, waterfront and casual dining and The East Bay Bike path. It is a 14.5 mile, 10 foot wide, ribbon of asphalt that provides a safe place for unobstructed cycling. Users can enjoy the sights, sounds and smells as the path takes them by coves and marshes, over bridges, and through State Parks. This Bike Path's southern tip will eventually link-up to the Blackstone Bikeway presently under construction.
Naturally you can always head to Newport. In just a short 20 minutes, you can be enjoying the sights and sounds of Newport. Newport's history is remarkable in many ways, but perhaps the most unique aspect is that so much of its history is still visible on the landscape in an unparalleled concentration of preserved architecture. Newport continues its commitment to liberty of conscience and religion and Newport's resilience and creativity in meeting the economic changes that have overtaken it offer strong proof that diversity works in keeping the city alive and vibrant.
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- pets considered
- non smoking only