Rhode Island, the nation's smallest state, is a great place for autumn escapes. Here are some Rhode Island fall foliage lodging ideas:
Historic Jacob Hill Inn
This upscale inn near Providence, Rhode Island, has lovely suites with electric or wood-burning fireplaces to return to after a day of city sightseeing or foliage seeking at the Seekonk Caratunk Wildlife Refuge or nearby state parks.
Rose Farm Inn
Plan a fall getaway to Block Island, and stay in a tranquil, natural setting at this country farmhouse. Rent a bike from the inn's bicycle shop to explore the autumn scenery.
Stagecoach House Inn
The Arcadia Management Area, Rhode Island's largest forest, is a scenic, off-the-beaten-path place for a fall hike or drive, and this nearby inn overlooking the Wood River offers views of its own.
This Westerly, Rhode Island, Mediterranean-style, luxury bed and breakfast is set on nearly two acres of colorful gardens and fruit trees surrounded by woodlands.
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