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Reservations 401-323-3290                                                                                      3 Royal Avenue, Warwick, RI 02889

2006-2008 Phase II
Our purpose during Phase II is to become Rhode Island's only waterfront bed and breakfast near both the airport and Providence.  In order to do that we completed our fire code compliance and add an American Disability Act bathroom.  The first milestone was reached during December 2006 when our zoning variance was approved by the City of Warwick.


2001-2005 Phase I
Purchased as a single family home. Our purpose during Phase I was to make improvements that would improve the value of the home Cosmetic improvements included remodeling the 1950 interior throughout The house.  Specifically we steamed off old paper (lot of fun), wallpapered, carpeted or refinished the floors, in four out of six bedrooms.  We remodeled the kitchen, formal dining room, and two baths.

A brief history of Warwick, RI

1652--
Founded in 1642, Samuel Gorton purchased "The Shawhomett Purchase" from Chief Sachem Miantonmi.  Today this includes the town of Coventry and West Warwick.

1772–
Warwick was the scene for the first violent act against the British during the Gaspee Affair.  The incident involved a British tax revenue ship named the HMS Gaspee.  An armed schooner commanded by Lieutenant Dudingston, the Gaspee ran aground June 9, 1772.  The local residents boarded the ship, captured the sailors, and set the boat on fire.

Prior to 1938
Warwick’s 39 miles of coastline, prior to the Great Depression and the Great New England Hurricane of 1938, was the summer home to more millionaires than any place in the country.



3 ROYAL WATERFRONT SUITES
Reservations 401-323-3290                                                                                      3 Royal Avenue, Warwick, RI 02889
Reservations 401-323-3290                                                                                      3 Royal Avenue, Warwick, RI 02889
3 ROYAL WATERFRONT SUITES
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