FAQ'sQ - What Time Is Check-In and Check-Out?
A: Check-in is at 3:00 p.m. and Check-out is at 11:00 a.m. Guests must be 21 or older to make a reservation.
A: The Bristol Harbor Inn does not allow pets.
A: There is no parking fee. There is also parking across the street in the Library Lot.
A: All guest rooms are equipped with coffee makers and refrigerators. Suites have microwaves. Some suites also have kitchenettes. Please call our professional Reservation Consulting Team to assist with reserving the room type that best suits your needs.
A: The hotel has 3 floors and there is an elevator. The Studio Apartment, Diman Suite, Taylor Suite and Penthouse Suite do not have elevator access.
A: Yes, it is accessible 24 hours for our guests. We also have a Micro Spa which is available by appointment only. Please visit our website www.bristolharborinn.com/spa for more information.
A: We offer Wi-Fi internet throughout the entire hotel.
A: No, but we do have a computer station in the lobby area for guests use only.
A: May - October: You must cancel 72 hours prior to arrival to avoid a cancellation penalty of one night's room and tax. November - April: You must cancel by 6pm day of arrival to avoid a cancellation penalty of one night's room and tax. Cancellation policies may vary by date and rate plan.
A: The hotel does not have a pool.
A: Yes, there is a Guest Laundry available to our hotel guests.
A: No, but there are several options within walking distance. Empire Tea and Company offers discount for hotel guests. DeWolf Tavern, adjacent to the hotel, offers lunch and dinner. Please visit www.dewolftavern.com for more information. There are many other fine restaurants located near the hotel that are walking distance as well. Please visit our dining page for more information at www.bristolharborinn.com/dining.
Traveler's TipsQ - How far is Bristol Harbor Inn from Newport RI?
A - Bristol Harbor Inn is located 14 miles from Newport Rhode Island. Guests can cross Mt. Hope Bridge and travel along RI-114 to Newport by car, with the trip taking just a little more than 35 minutes.
A - Bristol is a charming town with a lot of unique things to see and do, including checking out the scenery at Colt State Park or the Blithewold Mansion Gardens and Arboretum, browsing the shops on Hope Street, or taking the Prudence Island Ferry.
A - Rhode Island is not actually an island, as a majority of its border sits along the US mainland. Its official name is the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.
A - Rhode Island is famous for a lot of interesting food, including coffee milk which is a local favorite, along with locally-sourced oysters, Quahog, clam cakes, clam chowder, calamari, and Del's lemonade.
A - The spring and autumn seasons offer mild temperatures and few rain showers, meaning you will be able to take in the beautiful natural scenery throughout the state and its local parks.