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It’s time to gather again… escape to the quaint, seaside community of Little Compton with an exclusive, full estate rental at Stone House Inn!
The Stone House Inn sits on 2.7 waterfront acres near the tip of Sakonnet Point. The original four-story building was constructed in 1854 as a private residence and was once home to David Sisson and his son, Henry Sisson, a civil war hero.
It was converted to an inn during the 1920s and an old tap room remains in the basement that was once a speakeasy during Prohibition. The property features spacious and well-appointed guest rooms and suites and beach access.
We are now offering the entire inn for exclusive use, including complimentary breakfast in the morning and wine and lite bites on the porch in the evening.
Enjoy the Main House overlooking Round Pond, the Wood Barn with outdoor terrace and gorgeous water views, and a cozy dinner in the Tap Room. A private chef can be arranged for a nightly fee or bring in your own catering.
After dinner, gather around the outdoor fire pit and roast s’mores under a sky full of stars.
The Main House boasts nine guest suites, each named after original family members, and a cupola with 360-degree water views overlooking Round Pond and the Atlantic Ocean.
The renovated Wood Barn features five guest suites, each with gas fireplaces and Japanese soaking tubs.
While you’re here, experience all that our coastal community has to offer. Stroll to the beach with picnic basket in hand or visit nearby Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard for a fun day of wine tasting.
Bicycle rentals are also available in Little Compton and a sunset bike ride along Sakonnet Point is the perfect end to a relaxing day.
Perfect for a family reunion, girls weekend, or friends getaway! This secluded, seaside inn is the ideal location for destination gatherings and can accommodate groups up to 40 guests.
If you’re interested in hosting a gathering here, shoot us an email at email@example.com or give us a call at 401-619-7924.
“My friends and I decided to escape to Stone House Inn for my birthday in February. Because it was off season and quiet in the village of Little Compton we decided to hire a chef and have a birthday dinner on site in the Tap Room, which is an onsite pub that during Prohibition was used as a speakeasy. It has an amazing fireplace and served our party of 20 comfortably. The Chef was recommended by the people at The Newport Experience, the property owners of the Stone House Inn, and served an amazing three course meal. The rooms are beautiful, the views of the ocean are incredible. While it was quite cold on the day of our visit, some members of our party walked to the beach while others stayed warm by the fire pit on property. We had an amazing time. I would highly recommend Stone House Inn for any gathering formal or informal.” — Marlene Johnson