Wyoming, Rhode Island, United States of America
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Wyoming is a village and census-designated place on the Wood River in southern Rhode Island, primarily in the town of Richmond, Rhode Island, but extending north across the river (which defines the town line) into the town of Hopkinton, Rhode Island. It is the site of the Wyoming Village Historic District.
The village was settled in 1757 and was the site of industrial activity early in its history due to the ready availability of hydropower from the river. Brand's Iron Works existed on the Hopkinton side of the river by 1787, and Brothers Cotton Mill was established on the Richmond side of Wyoming in 1814. The New London Turnpike Rhode Island Route 3 was built through the area in 1815. Also in 1815 a tavern was established on the Richmond side of the river to serve travelers on the turnpike. Two more textile mills were built on the Richmond, circa 1830 and 1845; they were later destroyed by fire.
In 1970, Interstate 95 was constructed a short distance east of Wyoming, with an exit close to the village. Proximity to the highway has led to commercial and residential development in and near the village.
The Wyoming Village Historic District is a historic district roughly bounded by Rhode Island Routes 138 and 3, Old Nooseneck Hill Road, Bridge and Prospect Streets in Richmond. The district, which includes Brand's Ironworks, includes examples of Greek Revival, Late Victorian, and Federal architecture and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Prospect Street on the Hopkinton side of the river is a residential neighborhood that grew up in the mid-19th century in connection with the growth of the textile industry in Wyoming; it includes several Greek Revival houses built between 1846 and 1850. The historic district covers properties in both the towns of Richmond and Hopkinton, with a total area of 570 acres (230 ha), almost one square mile.
Rhode Island, a U.S. state in New England, is known for sandy shores and seaside Colonial towns. It's home to several large cities, including Newport, which is famed for sailing and Gilded Age mansions, such as The Breakers. Providence, its capital, is home to Brown University, green Roger Williams Park, landscaped Waterplace Park and Riverwalk, with the famed WaterFire art installation.
The beautifully restored historic building is located on the Wood River in the village of Wyoming, a town of Richmond, RI. The original, Victorian-styled structure was built in 1796, and was once a stopover for stagecoaches passing through the area, and offered tired travelers a place to spend the night.
Our hotel embraces a combination of the old and the new. Throughout the inn, you will see original beams and granite, along with two fireplaces dating back to the late 1700s. Our lobby features rocking chairs, a large fireplace and a player piano for guests to enjoy. The front porch overlooks a garden of trees and shrubs that replicate the original landscape. The view from our upper river deck is spectacular, and we invite you to sit back and relax in one of our Adirondack chairs, listen to the sounds of the waterfall and watch nature at its best.
Love fishing? Walk down to the river and cast a line for the best trout fishing in the state! You may even see one of the native hawks or osprey swoop down into the river as they do some fishing of their own. Canoe and kayak rentals available at the local bait store. Catch large trout and salmon right out your backdoor!
Guests are provided with a number of amenities including free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, seasonal gas fireplaces, and private bath Jacuzzi tubs. We provide a deluxe continental breakfast each morning between 8:00 am and 10:00 am. It includes seasonal fruits and home-baked goods.
We have rooms and accommodations to fit every guest’s needs, including a handicap accessible room, business traveller's packages, special room packages, and are in close proximity to a number of area attractions and points of interest in South County and beyond.
Accommodations For Every Guest's Need
Each of our rooms feature a number of amenities and features to make you feel relaxed and right at home. From queen-sized beds to cable TV, our rooms are warm, inviting and cozy.
Historic, Victorian Style Architecture
The Inn embraces a great combination of the old and new, with original architectural elements throughout the inn, and modern touches in each room.
Fishing, Shopping, Dining Options Galore
Our hotel is conveniently located on the Wood River, and is in proximity to a number of outdoor attractions, shopping opportunities, and dining options. The area has a little something for everyone!
The Inn in Richmond, RI offers a range of accommodations to fit every guest’s needs. Our beautifully restored, historic building is located in the village of Wyoming, and is in proximity to a number of area attractions.
Since our renovation in 2001, our hotel has welcomed guests from around the world. We are proud to provide guests with a warm and cozy place to stay while they visit Rhode Island and explore South County.
All of our rooms include the following amenities:
A deluxe continental breakfast is served daily between 8:00am and 10:00am and includes seasonal fruits and home-baked goods.
Our Room Selection
River View Rooms
These rooms are individually decorated and feature a private bathroom, cable TV and a seasonal fireplace in each room. More importantly, guests are treated to a beautiful view of the Wood River, which runs adjacent to our inn. No matter what time of year, you can enjoy spectacular views and the best nature has to offer.
Handicap Accessible Room
Located on our Ground Level, our handicap accessible room is also dog-friendly. This warm and inviting room features a private bathroom, seasonal gas fireplace, small sitting area, and a couch.
Located on the end of our upper level, the Family Suite has two adjoining rooms. Each room has its own private bathroom with a shower and tub. With a queen-sized bed in one room, and two twin-sized beds in the other, this suite will make you feel right at home, and provides you with the privacy of your own bedroom without being completely separated from the rest of your family. This room also has a spectacular view of the river, and provides guests with plenty of natural light during the day.
Our honeymoon suite is beautifully decorated with a seasonal fireplace, love seat, and queen size bed. Over the bed is a lovely canopy, topped with flowers that complements the stenciled border along the wall. The room includes a two-person Jacuzzi tub, and the bathroom has a double shower. Step out the French doors to a deck overlooking the picturesque Wood River, and sit back and enjoy the soothing sounds of the waterfall.
Area Attractions Across South County, RI
The Inn is located right on the Wood River in Rhode Island and is conveniently located in proximity to many area attractions and events. We are proud to be a destination and landing spot for travelers looking to explore all that South County, RI has to offer. Whether you’re in the area on business, want to find a delicious bite to eat, or are perfecting your golf swing, our area has a little something for everyone.
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