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Recent Charlestown reviews

  • Great place for a family reunion/vacation

    "We just spent a week there with 12 people ranging in age from 18 months to 70. It was pretty much perfect. As soon as you walk in, the view takes your breath away. There are plenty of different areas to hang out in the house as well as on the screen porch, in the sunroom, on the upstairs deck, on the lower deck... We appreciated the use of the kayaks, Sunfish, bicycles, and beach chairs and toys. Inside, it was not too difficult to child proof for a toddler -- bring plenty of outlet covers and a few bungee cords. The only drawbacks were 1) internet that worked intermittently when used wirelessly -- since we all had iPads we could not plug in the Ethernet cable, and a couple of the guys actually had to work while we were there, and 2) the two bedrooms under the kitchen hear every footstep above; bring earplugs or encourage your early risers to use the downstairs kitchen. Beaches are good; we mainly stuck to the local Charlestown beach as it's a short bike or car ride, and did not find it too crowded. You can kayak to Boater's Beach, which is totally secluded, but a long paddle (about 45 minutes). We got fresh oysters from the oyster "farm" right in Tautog Cove, near the house -- about a one-minute paddle -- yum! I think we'd all happily go back there!"
    Guest: D in NC Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 29, 2014
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  • OUT OF THE WAY BUT CLOSE TO EVERYTHING

    "THIRTEEN ADULTS AND CHILDREN BUT WE WERE NEVER CROWDED....JOE GAVE PERMISSION TO MOVE BEDS TO WHEREVER WE NEEDED THEM TO FIT OUR SPECIFIC NEEDS....HE IS NEAR BY, NEVER INTERFERS BUT IS THERE IS YOU NEED HIM....WE WILL STAY AGAIN NEXT YEAR IF WE VACATION IN RHODE ISLAND AGAIN...."
    Guest: robin Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Lee & Ray

    "Linda & Greg, Your Quonnie beach house was wonderful, and very spacious. We loved having our family visit us. The deck was super we ate outside every day. We clammed and brought our paddle board too! Great location, centrally located very close to the beaches great for walking also! Thanks for a great spot!!!"
    Guest: Lee & Ray Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Log Cabin

    "The log cabin is centrally situated to everything in South County. It is not on ocean but all beaches are close by, but you have to pay admission fees to all State and town beaches. Cabin does not come with beach passes, which would be nice but would be expensive for owner and likely raise rental fee. The Assoc Lake beach is very nice and a great afternoon location to unwind. We ranged from Westerly to Jamestown easily and went to East beach, Quonnie beach and Narraganset beach. The cabin is spacious for a small group/family to spread out and relax. A casual, relaxed group will feel very comfortable here. The kitchen, dining room, and deck are very functional. Kitchen gas stove needs help with external lighter on some burners. Guest needs to provide all linens/bedding. Dart board is excellent. A/C was not set up, but windows provided a lot of cross ventilation. Master bedroom with bathroom has two twin beds, while other bedroom has full size bed. I'd recommend moving full size bed to master bedroom, if possible. Plenty of privacy, scenic location, places to walk, and QUIET. Owners are very caring, flexible, and thoughtful and follow up with any concerns. If you like 60's blues/rock music check out Perks and Corks in Westerly. Very cool, but low key club. I would be happy to return. South County is a great place."
    Guest: Bill Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014
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Charlestown Travel Tips

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As you plan Rhode Island travel, you should seriously consider Charlestown rentals for your next lodging solution. Charlestown is a small coastal town that is easily accessible by plane and car. There is plenty to do within the town and much of it is located near most Charlestown rentals. The town, however, is spread out so you will definitely want to book a rental car. The beaches are usually accessed by bike most easily, so if you are thinking of booking Charlestown lodging near the beaches, you may want to bring your bike.

Great Beaches near Charlestown Lodging

In the summer, Charlestown rentals are great ways to sneak out to the beach and soak up the sun. The whole family will love this type of Rhode Island travel; an escape from work and school is always welcome. Each beach in town has varying levels of surf, but each is truly beautiful so do not forget the sunscreen. While most beaches in town are open to the public, do check the signs as a few are private beaches for residents only.

Festival Fun and Charleston Rentals

During the second week of August, Charlestown hosts its annual Seafood Festival which can be an exciting treat for you and the kids. The festival takes place in Ninigret Park which is quite close to many Charleston lodging accommodations. Visit the festival for arts and crafts, seafood, music, and rides. For music-lovers staying in Charlestown rentals, the Ocean State Reggae Festival is held in Ninigret Park during July.

Rhode Island Travel for Day Trips

Because the state is so small, Rhode Island travel is quite easy. If during your stay at Charlestown lodging you want to get away, think about heading over to Block Island which is about 12 miles off the mainland. It is accessible by ferry and home to the National Wildlife Refuge. You can spend the day swimming, wandering through the shops, or touring the area.

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