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Ocean Rose Inn
113 Ocean Road, Narragansett, RI
A romantic upscale Victorian Inn overlooking Narragansett Bay

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Ideally located on Ocean Road in Narragansett, the Ocean Rose Inn offers its guests breathtaking ocean views. Seconds away from your luxurious guest room are countless opportunities for fun - including biking, beachcombing, deep-sea fishing and antique collecting. Sail picturesque harbors and endless coastlines, shop one-of-a-kind boutiques, lounge on Narragansett Beach or golf on some of New England's most scenic courses. The Ocean Rose Inn's ideal setting is surpassed only by the storybook history of the Narragansett and the Narragansett Casino, home to the rich and famous in the early 1900's.

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Dramatic coastal views are abundant in Narragansett. The long rockbound stretch of shoreline between Scarborough Beach and the town beach is shelved with a rugged expanse of pink granite. Anywhere along here - but especially at Hazard Rock or Black Point - are dramatic views of rugged rocky shoreline and sprawling waterfront estates. At low tide, depressions in the bedrock become tide pools and invite legions of young explorers. Here, too, are fishermen, casting off the rocks for anything they can catch.

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Narragansett is the Indian word for "little spit of land." Its center, Narragansett Pier, had its heyday during the Victorian era. People from all over the east coast flocked to the posh resort by steamship and train, lured by the beautiful beaches, ocean breeze and Narragansett Casino Resort. The famous oceanfront casino was designed by the architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White. Sadly, the casino was destroyed by fire in 1900, and now the Towers are all that remain of the elegant resort. They house a photography exhibit of Narragansett's Victorian era, as well as a Chamber of Commerce/Visitors' Center. The old oceanfront lifesaving station (adjacent to the Towers), later a Coast Guard stations, is now a fine restaurant aptly named the Coast Guard House.

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If you love seafood, fishing or birding, the Port of Galilee - the 2nd largest fishing port in New England - is the place to explore. Galilee is home to shops, beaches, charter fishing, a fleet of commercial fishing and lobster boats, and of course, fresh seafood restaurants. Experience a whale watch or a leisurely tour of the Harbor and Great Salt Pond. Galilee is also the place to hop the ferry to Block Island.

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Narragansett's Point Judith Lighthouse has been warning ships off the rocky coast since the early 1800's. The present lighthouse dates to 1857,having been rebuilt twice. Visitors are welcome to tour the grounds and enjoy the panoramic view, though the lighthouse is closed to the public.

Narragansett's town center contains lovely shops and fine restaurants serving everything from fresh seafood to gourmet French, Italian, Spanish and Chinese cuisine. The town green, bordered by the Towers, is used for concerts, festivals, art shows and ice skating in the winter. wpe7.jpg (16730 bytes)

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A Procaccianti Group Hotel
1140 Reservoir Avenue, Cranston, RI