The Inn at Mount Hope Farm has quintessential historic charm.
The Inn and
surrounding landscape spans five centuries of American history and
boasts a cast of colorful owners including a powerful sachem, a British
loyalist, a slave trader, and the Haffenreffer family, one of America’s
foremost beer-brewing families.
The Farm's fields, gardens and stone walls extend from Metacom Avenue, just past Roger Williams University, to the shores of Mount Hope Bay and border Brown University's 375 acres. Mount Hope Farm welcomes you to
one of Rhode Island’s great country estates.
Each room in the Inn has a private bath and most are furnished with antiques. A country breakfast is
served on Saturday and Sunday mornings from May through October at the Inn featuring locally grown produce and
eggs. Complimentary tea and coffee are available in the Governor Bradford House kitchen.
The Governor Bradford House has five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. North Pasture has four bedrooms and four and a half baths. South Pasture has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Mount Hope Farm is pleased to be listed as Yankee Magazine's Best Historic Farm Stay in Rhode Island.
*** All room rates based on double-occupancy. ***
***State & local taxes are not included in room rates.***