Mount Hope Farm
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The Inn at Mount Hope Farm is located on 127 acres of saltwater farmland that is significant in our country’s earliest history.  The land was once the settlement of Native Americans whose Chief Sachem Massasoit attended the First Thanksgiving.  During the Revolutionary War, it was also the site of George Washington’s encampment. Our history also spans Rhode Island leading the Industrial Revolution as well as Bristol’s maritime legacy of DeWolf slave traders, and the Herreshoff America’s Cup boat builders.

Today, the renovated Inn, consisting of three historic buildings, offers 12 comfortable rooms, many furnished with antiques.

Well maintained perennial gardens, original stone walls, raised-bed vegetable gardens and a flower cutting garden add to its charm.  The Farm is home to a variety of sheep, goats, chickens and donkeys as well as wild turkeys and deer. Guests can walk to Cove Cabin, an Adirondack style cabin on the edge of Mount Hope Bay.  A bike path in downtown Bristol just 5 minutes away by car, meanders 16 miles along the shoreline to Providence.

Today, the Farm is owned by the Mount Hope Trust, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the property and the landscape. The Farm welcomes you to one of Rhode Island’s last great country estates.

Bristol, Rhode Island is a quaint and charming seaside town with six museums, a range of restaurants from fine dining to sandwich shops and many unique shops to explore.  Its July 4 Independence Day celebration is the oldest and largest in the country.  A full list of attractions can be found at the Explore Bristol site.

Mount Hope Farm offers several locations for elegant parties, events and weddings ranging from our historic Civil War era barn that accommodates up to 140 people to the gardens of the Governor Bradford House, or Cove Cabin which has space for up to 500 people at a tented event.  Inquire by emailing or calling us at 401.254.1745.

Mount Hope Farm has 12 guest rooms, each with air conditioning and its own bath. Rates vary depending on season and the night of the week. Click on our booking calendar to see rates.  We are pet friendly for bookings in South Pasture but dogs must be on leash and well behaved.

We offer a two-night minimum stay on weekends from June 1 to October 31, but will do a one-night stay if we are not filled within two weeks of the date you want to book so do call us if you can only do one night.

A country breakfast is served every Saturday and Sunday at the Inn featuring locally grown produce and our Farm eggs.  An elegant continental breakfast is served Monday through Friday.  Upon request, at an additional charge, a full country breakfast can be served to a group Monday through Friday.

The Inn at Mount Hope Farm is pleased to be listed as Yankee Magazines 2014 Best Historic Farm Stay in Rhode Island.



GHB LibraryThe Governor Bradford House, a Georgian-style house built in 1745, includes five distinctive guest rooms, each individually influenced by an historical owner of the Farm. One of the rooms is a suite with an adjacent sitting room. Each guestroom offers air-conditioning and a private bath. Two of the rooms connect through each room’s bathroom. Common areas are furnished with antiques and offer comfortable and quiet spaces to sit, read or simply enjoy the moment.

Please note that the many staircases in the Governor Bradford Inn make it unsuitable for persons with disabilities with the exception of the ground floor suite and the two ground floor rooms in South Pasture.  The entire five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom house may be booked by a group; the kitchen and dining room are used for all guests at the Inn for breakfast from 8 to 9:30.



North Pasture Entry

The North Pasture Guest House is an 18th century post and beam cottage rescued from Maine by the Haffenreffer family.

North Pasture is a 4 bedroom 4½ bathroom house, which may be rented in its entirety or by the room.  Its features include antique furnishings, private baths and central air-conditioning. As well a comfortable living room, dining room and kitchen. 

Nestled in the meadow beyond you may catch a glimpse of wild turkeys or deer. The North Pasture Guest House offers large decorative fireplaces in the common areas and four charming guest rooms



South Pasture HouseThe South Pasture Guest House is a 1930’s structure that overlooked a swimming pool to the south, which was removed some years ago.

Its southern exposure highlights a fresh color scheme inspired by the beach glass collected from the nearby seashore.  South Pasture sits in its own private setting overlooking stone walls and fields. There are three rooms in South Pasture and it is where well behaved, leashed pets are permitted. Two of the rooms are on the ground floor.



All rooms at the Inn include private bath and air-conditioning. Wi-Fi is available in all of the common rooms and many, but not all, of the guest rooms.

Please note that rentals for the Inn at Mount Hope Farm are for guest rooms only; common areas in all buildings are for use by all visitors unless the entire house is booked.

If you are interested in hosting an event/celebration on our grounds, please contact our Events Team for information about our venue rentals or call 401.254.1745.

All room rates are based on double occupancy and rates do not include taxes.


Please call 401-254-1745 or click here to request more information about staying at our Inn.