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Recent Little Compton property reviews

  • A True Hideaway

    "Wanting to get away from it all is what this cute well equipped escape has to offer. We are a family of 4 and fit cozily into the space… Semi private beach was perfect to spend hours of time on. Brought our kayaks and let the ocean scare us a bit (we're used to lakes and ponds). Close enough to anything you need but far enough away to decompress and actually hear nature at it's best."
    Guest: Tracy Family Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014
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  • As pretty as it looks in the pictures

    "We rented this place to attend a wedding close by. We were 5 adults and 2 babies -- so it was important that we found something good for families. We are also designers, so we wanted to experience a house with tasteful decor. The place is exactly how it looks in the photos -- super clean and charming yet modern. I was pleasantly surprised that the upstairs bedroom had a king size bed because it's advertised as a queen on the site. It's also convenient that there is another bedroom on the first floor for those who don't want to deal with stairs and/or have wobbly toddlers. The path in the woods leads to a fun swing that kids will love. There are neighbors close by, but that was reassuring to us in case there was an emergency. The owner, Bill, was very accomodating and answered all my questions promptly. Our one regret is that we didn't have time time use the grill, fire pit, or outdoor shower. The entire town is postcard picturesque. If we could change one thing it would be to allow pets since one of us had a dog that would enjoy running around the yard. However, I would love to one day return and explore this place more."
    Guest: Jul Date of Stay: October 2012 Review Submitted: November 8, 2012
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  • Sweet

    "This house is so sweet and charming. I felt my stress slip away. Thank you so much for a beautiful home where we felt very relaxed and nourished."
    Guest: Doris Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: August 27, 2013
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  • Relaxing

    "Beautiful location!!"
    Guest: Abibeault Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 6, 2014
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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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