The 50 Most Fascinating Places to Spend a Night in Each State

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39) RHODE ISLAND

A trip to Rhode Island isn’t complete without seeing the historic mansions of Newport. The Castle Hill Inn was built in 1875 as a summer residence. Experience this magnificent waterfront mansion and its extraordinary charm with fully appointed rooms. In its fine dining restaurant, you’ll enjoy world class cuisine and wine. The Castle Inn often hosts wine tastings from local vineyards and the east end of Long Island. Close to downtown Newport, you’ll find an eclectic music scene, including the Newport Folk and Jazz Festival held at Fort Adams (which also holds tours twice a day.) There are art galleries and museums and more historic sites than you’ll be able to fit into one trip. Tour the mansions of Newport and take in the grandeur of a by-gone era. You’ll have private beach access and the locals will be happy to turn you on to the best fishing spots.

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