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Recent Little Compton property reviews

  • Perfect Family holiday

    "The house was perfect for our family of 6. The house was exactly as pictured in photos and described---aesthetically pleasing and ultra-clean and comfortable on the inside and lovely views of a never-ending meadow from the front porch and trees surrounding the back. We were visited by a hawk most days and greeted by bunnies in the lane--very quiet and peaceful. We had sun every day and mostly went to the local beach (just down the road) or enjoyed being lazy and reading on the porch in the afternoons, then a bike ride or walk before dinner. We treated ourselves to lobsters from the local fisherman and bought corn-on-the-cob daily from the vegetable stands. There is one little restaurant in town--the Commons - we discovered Johnny Cakes (a local breakfast pancake made of cornmeal) --the kids wanted to go every morning! An ideal home to experience a true New England summer! We can't wait to go back and make this 'our' second summer home."
    Guest: laure Date of Stay: July 2010 Review Submitted: June 13, 2011
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  • Best vacation spot!

    "My husband and I have rented this house with two other couples for the last three years. The view of the ocean is amazing and all of the bedrooms have a view. The picture window in the living room and kitchen also have a beautiful view. All of the bedrooms are comfortable and the house was immaculately clean. We enjoy visiting sakonet vineyard and eating at the Common Lunch. We spend time in Newport and Block Island is a short ferry ride away. I would definitely recommend this house to anyone!"
    Guest: Holly Date of Stay: June 2012 Review Submitted: March 7, 2013
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  • quintessential little compton!

    "Very charming, rustic cottage. Perfect for what we needed, our family of 4 and lots of visitors. Beautiful outside space, quiet and private. Best beach in the world!"
    Guest: clementine Date of Stay: June 2013 Review Submitted: September 27, 2013
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  • Delightful, cheerful, and comfortable beach cottage

    "This house is a delight. It has been newly painted and decorated in a simple, yet seaside inspired theme. In doing so, this owner thought of every detail to make guests welcome (e. g. hooks for towels, kitchen gadgets, reading material on local sites and history). The description posted on this site is accurate, but we found the charm in person exceeded our expectations of a relaxing place to enjoy the gorgeous seashore of this lovely little Rhode Island town. Our girls especially loved the yard and tree swing."
    Guest: Christina Date of Stay: June 2013 Review Submitted: June 29, 2013
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Little Compton Travel Tips

Experience a Lesson in History and Stay in Little Compton Rentals

Little Compton is a small farming community located in Newport County, Rhode Island. Little Compton rentals offer a small-town getaway with plenty of opportunity to simply relax and take it easy, or tour the local areas of interest with the family.

Tour the Local Vineyards near Little Compton Rentals

Plan to spend an afternoon during your stay in Little Compton lodging at the Sakonnet Vineyards and enjoy learning about and tasting the local wine. You can take a self-guided walking tour of the vineyards, then watch an informative video explaining the winemaking process. Taste test and discover your new favorite blend, and purchase a bottle to remember your Rhode Island travel back at home.

Visit the Wilbor House while Staying in Little Compton Lodging

Step back in time at the Wilbor House, a structure built in the early 18th century with a Quaker background. Little Compton rentals are located just a short drive from the grounds, which also include a barn and Quaker meeting house built in the 17th and 19th centuries.

The local historical society restored the home and added furnishings from that time period to create the true feeling that you’re experiencing the life of former generations. You’ll enjoy learning about period-specific farm tools while away from your Little Compton lodging; this tour is a must during any family-focused Rhode Island travel plans.

Shop at Gray’s Store during Your Rhode Island Travel

Still open and operating, Gray’s Store was first built in 1788 and caters to those staying in Little Compton rentals. Ride your bikes or take the car to the town of Adamsville to see the store, and bring along the kids to experience the old soda fountain and candy displays. Purchase cheeses, candy and other items to take back to your Little Compton lodging. The store also contains the area’s first post office, which was established in 1804; this stop will surely become a highlight of your Rhode Island travel experiences.

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