Stone House Inn

The Stone House is a seaside, historic inn located in the quaint, farming community of Little Compton, RI, sitting on 2.7 acres near the tip of Sakonnet Point. We are located about 30 miles from Newport, RI.

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.

The Stone House Inn recently underwent comprehensive renovations costing an estimated $12 million incorporating many green technologies, including a geothermal heating and cooling system. It was also named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

Amenities

The property features 14 spacious and well-appointed guest rooms and suites, beach access, and a fire pit. There is also a renovated barn on the grounds that features guest rooms and a beautiful function space with an outdoor terrace and gorgeous water views.

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“The place was amazing! We stayed in the barn off to the side of the main house and it was stunning. Awesome interior design and the staff were super nice and accommodating. The outside view is also beautiful, green and lush. I have nothing but good things to say about this place!!”

-Shara N
Yelp

 

“The Stone House Inn was marvelous. The Inn is tucked away off of a quiet street. The staff were welcoming and courteous. The grounds are very well kept. My partner and I truly enjoyed the experience and plan to return soon.”

-Joseph
Expedia

“The rooms in this house are all unique and it’s a wonderful piece of history and architecture. The staff are all super nice. There are bikes to use and it is a lovely area to walk around.”

-Suzanne
Expedia 

“Location, location, and staff. Located in lovely Little Compton, RI, and staffed by local people who care about you and your experience while visiting their hometown, makes this inn a very special place to stay.”

-Dan Murphy
Google