Mount Hope Farm
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Mount Hope Farm has 12 guest rooms, each with its own bath. Rates vary depending on season. Two night minimum stay in season, May 1 to November 1.

Mackintosh Room





Mackintosh Room
Queen sized bed, first floor

The Mackintosh room is named after Col. Henry Mackintosh, who purchased the Farm from Nathaniel Byfield and in 1744 sub-divided the property. Half of the land went to Thomas Palmer and the remaining parcel to his daughter Elizabeth Mackintosh. Elizabeth married Isaac Royall, who built the Governor Bradford House in 1745. The mural depicting Bristol’s waterfront was painted in 2000 when Mount Hope Farm participated in the Newport Showhouse Guild event. With some artistic license, many of the town’s buildings can still be identified.


Miller RoomMiller Room
Queen sized bed, first floor

In 1783, Nathan Miller purchased the Farm from the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations only to sell it a short time later to William Bradford, Deputy Governor of Rhode Island. The state was forced to sell the Farm to discharge the balance of pay due to officers and soldiers of the Continental Battalions. The room includes an adjoining dressing room and full bath.


Montaup RoomMontaup Room
Full sized bed, second floor

Montaup is the name for Mount Hope in the Pokanoket language. Mount Hope was the headquarters of Metacomet (“King Philip”), war chief of the Wampanoag. The Haffenreffer family used the room for the nanny, and although small, it is comfortable.



Palmer Room
2 Full sized beds and 1 Twin sized bed, second floorPalmer Room

Thomas Palmer received half of Mount Hope Farm when it was sub-divided by Henry Mackintosh in 1744. The room is very large and was formerly used as a bunk room for the Haffenreffer grandchildren. It is an excellent space for a visiting family.


***All room rates based on double-occupancy.***
***State & local taxes are not included in room rates.***