"If you are looking for one of the most romantic spots on earth, this is the place to be. I truly can’t say enough about the accommodations and the hospitality."
This 20-acre pastoral setting can be reserved exclusively for your wedding weekend…
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On twenty acres of farmland the Rose Farm Inn is a part of Block Island where your memories will be special. Guests enjoy a peaceful, naturally beautiful setting with the convenience of being close to town and the beaches.
Block Island’s 17 miles of beautiful beaches occasionally rise to magnificent bluffs with spectacular views. The most popular beaches begin just a short walk from the Rose Farm Inn.
Fred Benson Town Beach Pavilion: Located at the heart of Crescent Beach, this pavilion offers a concession stand, bathroom and shower facilities, beach rentals and life guards in the summer months.
Block Island is only 3 miles wide and 7 miles long, but it boasts about 30 miles of hiking trails, plus 17 miles of pristine beaches that are also great for walking. An outdoor enthusiast’s ideal setting, Block Island offers scenic bike riding and hiking trails that are open to the public. You can explore much of the island’s natural beauty on the Greenway Trail System or rent a bicycle to tour the island’s beautiful country.
Bicycles can be rented at Beach Rose Bicycles located at the Rose Farm Inn. Beach Rose Bicycles maintains a high quality fleet of Trek and Raliegh bikes for the whole family.
Southeast Lighthouse is located at the southeast corner of the island on the Mohegan Trail. The lighthouse was constructed in 1875 and remains to this day an active US Coast Guard navigational aid. The lighthouse was moved in 1993, in danger of falling off the bluffs due to erosion. In addition to offering tours of the tower, the lighthouse has a museum that is open during the summer season.
North Lighthouse is located at Sandy Point on the northern tip of Block Island. The North Lighthouse warns boaters of a sandbar extending from this end of the island. The surrounding dunes are part of the Block Island National Wildlife Refuge, home to many species, including the Piping Plover and American Burying Beetle. A short walk away from the North Lighthouse lies the tip of the island, with ocean on both sides of a thin strip of land.
There is more to Block Island than gorgeous beaches. With more than 50 stores and specialty shops, and numerous art galleries, Block Island offers a diverse shopping experience. The Island’s plentiful shops offer casual souvenirs as well as unique gifts from around the world and antiques. Two of Block Island’s finest restaurants, The Atlantic Inn and Spring House Hotel, are located next to the Rose Farm Inn.
Shopping and additional dining options in Old Harbor are just a short stroll from the Rose Farm Inn.
“The Meadow View House” for the last week in August! Arrive Sunday, August 25th, 2013 and depart on Sunday, September 1st, 2013.
Special Rate: $1999.00 for the entire week, save over $500! Rate does not include 1% rental house tax
The Rose Farm Inn
Charming and comfortable guest rooms each have views of the ocean or countryside. Yankee Magazine recognized the Rose Farm Inn as the “Best Rooms with a View” in their summer “Best of New England” magazine.
The Nature Conservancy has designated Block Island one of the “last twelve great places in the Western Hemisphere.” On twenty acres of farmland the Rose Farm Inn is a part of Block Island where your memories will be special