Vacation Rentals in Rhode Island

Vacation Rentals in Rhode Island

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Vacation Rental for 5 Guests in Watch Hill, Rhode Island
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Watch Hill, Rhode Island
Vacation Rental • 1496 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
(29 reviews)
Consider booking a weekly stay this fall or winter , and enjoy a discount for your booking. Discount available for stay during April, May, June and September. Located in the heart of the downtown Watch Hill, this Condo is an oasis of serenity in which you will never want to leave. Economical option to wedding venues in the area, most within short walking distance. Take long walks on the beach, watch the beautiful sunsets, relax to the sound of the waves and stroll to the light house. With easy access to both the public and private beaches, a historic Carousel, a downtown area full of shops ...
from $469 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Rhode Island, Usa
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Rhode Island, Usa
Vacation Rental • 431 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(15 reviews)
Located at the edge of a wood and saltwater marsh, surrounded by 14 acres of rolling stonewalled pastures where birds abound. Enjoy dinner on the porch while watching the sun set looking out over the marsh and Fogland Beach with a view of the East Passage of Narragansett Bay beyond. Close the curtains and seclude yourself in the romantic quiet charm of this peacefull setting. Adjacent to a treasured barrier beach, this property provides the ideal vacation getaway while still within easy access to the cultural and recreational activities available in the cities of Newport, Providence and Bos...
from $139 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Middletown, Rhode Island
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Middletown, Rhode Island
Vacation Rental • 797 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(5 reviews)
Clamalot Cottage is a bird watchers and naturalist's paradise. Located along the Aquidneck Island Greenway, this charming little one bedroom cottage is just 3 minutes from the Norman Bird Sanctuary and four minutes from Second and Third beaches. Just one minute away is public access to a Sakonnet Inlet beach. The Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge is just 5 minutes drive. These protected wildlife corridors assure a steady flow of birds past the cottage. A flock of wild turkeys visit the yard often and the air is full of varied bird calls throughout the day. Little Creek flows by just a...
from $73 / night

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    Prices and availability

    Current Vacation rental prices Rhode Island

    $413for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
    $509 annual average
    Average price per week

    Current vacation rental availability Rhode Island

    24%for 20 Apr - 27 Apr
    33% annual average
    Percentage of available rentals

    Highlights Rhode Island

    • New England beaches
    • Rhode Island Mansions
    • New England attractions
    • Historical sites

    Vacation Rentals in Rhode Island

    A Wonderful New England destination

    Rhode Island is known (and loved) for its picturesque colonial-style towns, pale sandy beaches, and overall idyllic atmosphere. Perhaps the best feature of this charmingly small northeastern state is that you really can see it all! The entire state stretches just 48 miles from North to South, and 37 miles from West to East, making it possible to experience nearly all of its many attractions in just a few days time. You may, however, just want to spend your entire vacation sprawled out on the shores of its many serene beaches, and that’s fine too. With an abundance of vacation rentals scattered all throughout the state, in big cities, small Colonial seaside towns, and in natural areas, you’re bound to find the perfect accommodation for your stay.

    A vacation rental for everyone

    Whether you’re planning a trip to Rhode Island as a group, a family, or as a couple, there is no shortage of vacation rentals to choose from. Stay in a classic, Colonial-style home in Providence, or an urban-style apartment in Newport equipped with all the modern amenities you could possibly need. For family summer vacations, there are plenty of spacious, oversized homes available right on the sandy shores of the coastline, many of which are equipped with private pools and well-kept gardens. Stay at a quiet vacation rental in nature, surrounded by trees in one of the state’s forested areas, or enjoy a stay in one of the many charming, New England-style small towns.

    Vacations in Rhode Island

    The area and getting around

    Navigating around the nation’s smallest state

    Rhode Island may be small, but that only makes it easier to see and do more during your visit (and there is a lot to do!). Many of the major towns and cities are just a short drive from one another. If you’ll be flying into the state, the major airport, T.F. Green International Airport, is located just 10 minutes outside of Providence, the state’s capital and biggest city. The second-biggest city, Newport, is located in the Narragansett Bay, just a 30-minute drive from Providence. The south coast of the state is a popular destination for sailers and beach-goers, with many small towns and sandy beaches scattered along the coastline.

    Getting around

    It is ideal to have a private car during your stay in Rhode Island so that you can explore all that the state has to offer. There are several car rental companies in both of the major cities and at the international airport. Newport and Providence are both walkable, with trolleys, taxis, Uber, and Lyft also available to reach popular attractions around the cities.

    Travelers and activities

    Rhode Island for Families

    Rhode Island is a fantastic family destination with plenty of family-friendly activities on offer. Families with young children should pay a visit to the Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence. The zoo-park is set in over 40 acres of lush, natural woodlands and offers the opportunity to see animals from all over the globe. The park features many endangered species which are protected through a conservation program set in place to increase their rate of survival. Families of all ages will enjoy walking through the Historic Federal Hill in Providence. This colorful and renovated old Italian neighborhood is filled with several top-rated restaurants, cafés, and fun points of interest.

    Rhode Island for Couples

    The cliff walk in Newport is a must-do activity for couples. This stunningly scenic 3.5-mile walk along the coastline showcases some historic attractions, including the back lawn of the famed Breakers mansion, as well as other well-known Newport Mansions. Water Place Park in Providence is another scenic walking area well worth visiting. A walk through this park showcases spectacular views of Providence, street art, river views, and access to many of the sights and attractions in the heart of the city.

    Despite its small size, Newport has over 400 miles of coastline!

    Top 5 travel tips in Rhode Island

    1. Visit The Breakers

    Rhode Island is known for its many lavish, historic mansions, but this one takes the cake. The Breakers is the grandest and most famous of the historic mansions because it was established by the esteemed Cornelius Vanderbilt in the late 1800s. Take a tour of the historic building to get the full story and to see the stunning coastal location where it stands!

    2. Spend a day (or two) at Narragansett Beach

    This long, flat, sandy beach is great for sunbathing, fishing, surfing, and experiencing New England coastal-life. Spend at least a day of your summer vacation here, and try to catch at least one sunrise or sunset!

    3. Visit Easton’s Beach in Newport

    This stunning beach is kept ultra-clean and is perfect for long walks, family beach swims, and spending hours lazing under the summer sun. There’s a great boardwalk with plenty of food options and stunning views of the Newport coast.

    4. Enjoy a delicious dinner at the oldest operating tavern in the USA

    A visit to the White Horse Tavern is a must while in Rhode Island. This historic establishment dates back to 1673 and features a classic Colonial tavern setting. Many visitors claim that it is one of the best restaurants in the entire country, with excellent service and even better food.

    5. Do a day-trip to Block Island

    Take the Block Island ferry from Newport to arrive at this idyllic New England island. The island is filled with top-rated restaurants, picturesque beaches, hiking trails, a lighthouse, and more.

    FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Rhode Island

    How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Rhode Island?

    Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average cost of around $465 per night.

    During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Rhode Island?

    Those who want to save as much as possible travel to Rhode Island in March, February, or April, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $365, $415, and $436 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

    When does the price of vacation rentals in Rhode Island go up the most?

    Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Rhode Island was December, with an average price of $511 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of $504, and then January, with $499.

    Is Rhode Island a good location for a last-minute getaway?

    It is better to book sooner than later in Rhode Island as only 25% of the accommodations are free throughout the year, following the data observed in the previous year.

    What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

    Last year, the months with the largest number of accommodations available of the year in Rhode Island were June, July and February, with average availabilities of 56%, 26%, and 26%, respectively.

    How many rentals does Holidu have in Rhode Island?

    We have collected the offers from 3 different partners in Rhode Island, so we can offer you around 1,100 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!

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