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lodging near pt. judith ferry

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New Jersey
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lodging near pt. judith ferry

Need a place to stay overnite.

Have a 8:00 ferry reservation & live in New Jersey

Bristol, Rhode...
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Cambridge, MA
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reviews: 11
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Also:

http://www.edenmanorbandb.com/

Providence, RI
posts: 3
reviews: 4
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Surf hotel, National Hotel - great outside dining and bar and great meeting place with band, New Shoreham - many rooms share bathrooms and Water Street Inn are all on Water Street, the main street in town right across from the ferry in Old Harbor.

Spring House is a old, BIG house where they have great outside concerts, but is about 1 mile walk from harbor.

Make sure to take a walk along the boat dock and check out the sites.

Don't forget to visit Ballards for a cocktail right on the beach.

Cambridge, MA
posts: 789
reviews: 11
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The last reply prompts the question: Which place are you catching this early ferry from? I'd assumed you were talking about going *to* BI at 8 in the morning.

New Jersey
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Your correct. I need a place to stay in Rhode Island to take a ferry over to block island in the morning. Already have lodging on block island

Cambridge, MA
posts: 789
reviews: 11
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There's a motel called the Lighthouse Inn which is directly opposite the ferry landing in Galilee. Rumor had it that it was undergoing renovation this year, and by now (judging from recent reviews on Yahoo) apparently it's been completed. So maybe the place isn't the dive it once was. It's a great "port in a storm" for when the last ferry of the day has been missed and/or the first one of the next day needs to be caught. All you have to do is check out and walk across the street. But I was never elated at needing to stay there: the rooms were clean and spacious, with cable, but nothing spectacular, and the common areas were dank with some mold in evidence. Its restaurant's food was pretty dismal (as were the prices), but some good places like George's of Galilee are a short stroll away. For arriving late and leaving early it's perfectly adequate. Plus, maybe the talked-about renovations have put a new face on it.