I was traveling for business and found this option on Expedia, and it was absolutely wonderful. I only needed to be there a night, and wished I could have stayed longer.
Quaint with exceptional service and classic accommodations.
Situated near the airport, this historic bed & breakfast is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Monster Mini Golf and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
On the positive side, staff was extremely professional and friendly. The hotel itself is located in a quiet area. The breakfast was serviceable. And the Wifi was reliable throughout.
On the negative side, the equipment in the gym are terribly outdated, to the point of being unusable (stationary bike, thread mill and elliptical).
It is important to have a car when staying at this hotel. I was attending a conference in downtown Providence, RI, which is all of 15 minutes away, and I was having the hardest time getting back and forth. Taxi's will take anywhere from 30-60 minutes to arrive! Even Uber and Lyft had no drivers anywhere nearby. And the bus option wasn't particularly convenient.
Situated in Seekonk, this hotel is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Seekonk Speedway and 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Monster Mini Golf. Brown …More
The personalized welcome note from Walt & Dorothy when we arrived was a sign of good things to come. Yes, the house is dated, but it's a B&B, not a 5 star suite style hotel. The room, the bed, the delicious breakfast and the hospitality were all phenomenal! I have stayed in a handful of B&B's in the northeast and I would highly recommend a stay here if you want a nice quiet getaway.
Traveller from CT & NY
Situated near the airport, this bed & breakfast is within 3 mi (5 km) of Slater Memorial Park, Pawtucket Armory Arts Center …More
The name “Seekonk” comes from the native Wampanoag words for “black goose,” and “black” Canadian geese can still be seen here today. Serving primarily as a residential suburb of Providence and the Boston area, the town of Seekonk is on the Massachusetts side of that state’s border with Rhode Island. The town is known for its retail corridor along Route 6 and its NASCAR speedway.