Circa 1884 J.P. Hazard, an influential member of one of the county's most prominent families, built this home, which resembles an English country stone manor.

The rooms are appointed with a beautiful collection of antiques, and each guest room has a fireplace and sitting area. Down comforters, carafes of sherry and candles are among the romantic amenities

After a restful night's sleep, guests are presented with a gourmet breakfast. French toast, made from Portuguese sweet bread, or rich chocolate pancakes topped with an orange sauce might appear as the daily entree

The home is listed in the National Register of Historic Places

This property has been featured in the Boston Globe, South County Living, Yankee Traveler, Home, The Providence Journal, Narragansett Times and Rhode Island Monthly

The Richards Bed & Breakfast is open year-round

Click here for the Boston Globe article about The Richards

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