The Governor Bradford Inn at Mount Hope Farm exudes historical charm. The Inn and surrounding lands span five centuries of American history and boast 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. Long coveted for its pristine farmland, spectacular water views and secluded setting, the Farm welcomes you to one of Rhode Island’s last great country estates. A country breakfast is served every morning at the Inn and features locally grown produce and eggs from our own farm.
The Governor Bradford Inn, a Georgian-style house built in 1745, includes four distinctive guest rooms, each individually influenced by an historical owner of the Farm. Each guestroom offers air-conditioning and a private bath. Common areas are furnished with antiques and afford spectacular views over the landscape. Please note that many staircases in the Governor Bradford Inn make it unsuitable for persons with disabilities or for very young children.
The North Pasture Guest House is an 18th century post and beam cottage rescued from Maine by the Haffenreffer family. It also includes fresh flowers, antique furnishings, private baths and air-conditioning, and our famous country breakfast. Nestled in the meadow beyond our resident wild turkeys, peacocks and pheasants, the Guest House offers large working fireplaces in the common areas, and four charming guest rooms. The first level of the North Pasture is handicapped accessible to persons with disabilities.
The South Pasture House is a 1930’s structure recently renovated by the Trust. Its southern exposure highlights the fresh color scheme inspired by the beach glass collected by avid gleaners of the nearby seashore. The second floor suite is accessed by a spiral staircase and features decks on the east and west sides of the space.
All rooms at the Inn include private bath and air-conditioning.
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