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Blueberry Cove Inn

75 Kingstown Rd, Narragansett, RI 02882-3309
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Near the Town Beach and historic Towers this 1870's home offers eight rooms with private baths (some with whirlpool tubs and fireplaces), air conditioning, wireless internet service, full breakfast, and off street parking. High quality linens, robes, and in-room amenities make your romantic get-away an affordable luxury. It is a smoke-free and pet-free property suitable for guests over the age of eight. A self-catered apartment is available for families on a weekly basis.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Residential Neighborhood


Full view
76Somewhat walkable
Grade: 76 out of 100
22Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
3Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
126Reviews0Q+A22Room tips
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My best friend & I have been staying at Blueberry Cove Inn for the past 12 years. It's the perfect low key/relaxing place to stay. We love our morning coffee on the front porch & chats with Seeley. We look forward to every August .. see you next year!! Jen & Bridget
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Response from Seely G, Owner at Blueberry Cove Inn
Responded 1 week ago
A delight as always. Don't worry, I won't get too crazy when I redecorate "your" room this winter.
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This is a warning to all who might try to stay here. My boyfriend and I stayed 2 nights, spending $250 per night for the stay. As soon as we pulled into the driveway their dog came running at our car barking. We got out and thought it was a bit strange but the dog stopped and let us pass to the house. On the last morning as I was heading back upstairs from dining area passing through the living room, I saw the dog awake and laying down facing me. As I passed it, I waved at it and said "hello doggie". At no point did the woman indicate people should not be around the dog or not pet the dog or be cautious of the dog. The dog then lunged at me and bite my right hand and held on. I got free, screamed and backed up. The woman then came in and I screamed again to get the dog away from me. I backed up towards the front door and the door started to come at me again. I again screamed. This was the scariest moment of my life. She didn't seem that concerned about what had just happened. She asked me if I was ok and if my hand was broken. I said I am not ok and do not know if my hand is broken. She says "oh I can get you some ice". I ran upstairs, got our things and left as quickly as possible. I reported the incident to the police. But i am 100% sure that this dog should not be around strangers in it's house. I find it insane for this woman to run a business for strangers to be in her home around this dog. If you have children, especially do not stay here.
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Response from Seely G, Owner at Blueberry Cove Inn
Responded 4 weeks ago
I am extremely sorry for this incident. I did not see the start of the story. I was cleaning the dining area after breakfast, heard the dog growl and the guest began screaming. Three steps later I was in the living room. The guest and dog were on opposite sides of the room at that point. I immediately sent the dog out of the room and approached the guest to assess her injury. She was holding her hand and screaming that she had been bitten but there was no mark on it. I offered to get an ice pack for her and left the room briefly. She had gone upstairs when I came back a minute later. I did not see the guest or her companion again as they left without saying anything while I was checking out other guests or cleaning. When I spoke with the Animal Control officer the following day, the officer stated that the guest's hand did not have any puncture wounds. I'm sorry the guest thought I was unconcerned. I am an extremely calm person during crisis situations. Given her obvious distress and screaming it would not have helped if I had been equally reactive. I completely sympathize with how frightened she was and hoped that an ice pack would help her focus so we could assess further whether she needed medical treatment. I didn't feel that it was appropriate to go to her room where I assumed that her companion was helping her calm down as she had stopped screaming. I regret that I didn't see her before she left. I didn't get an answer when I attempted to contact her by phone that evening. As noted in other reviews Gretchen is often considered to be a sweet dog. She is a Certified Pet Therapy animal and does relaxation therapy visits in the community. She often greets guest after barking at the incoming car as she is curious as to who is on her turf. At check-in all guests are encouraged to give her some of the treats on the hall table and told to ignore her if she is at all defensive or sleeping. I suspect that the "wave" that the guest describes somehow frightened the dog (who often sleeps with her eyes partially open.) In any case, Gretchen's interactions with guests will be re-evaluated. Again, my apologies to the guest. I hope she finds more suitable accommodations the next time she visits her family in Narragansett.
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We stayed here for a few days to experience the beaches of Narragansett. The Inn is in a great location. We were in walking distance to the beach and a number of restaurants. The Inn is clean and each room has it's own personality. The Owner was very friendly and helpful. She made our breakfast to order each morning and so helpful with where to go and what to do. She also provided us with passes to the beach! I would gladly stay here again the next time we visit the area.
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Our experience with Blueberry Cove Inn was fantastic. It is walking distance from the Narragansett main beach and close to all the restaurants and bars. In fact, we just returned from our stay there. The room was nice with good air conditioning and wifi. Bathroom was spacious with fresh towels and toiletries. And what we think puts this place on top is owner Seely's personal attention to each of the occupants and the amazing breakfast that she prepares and serves every morning. We were moved by the kindness and care that Seely showed throughout our stay. Lastly, Seely's sweet dog Gretchen welcomed us every time we came back from our outing by walking us to the entrance and inside the house. It's a dog friendly place and as dog owners that mattered a lot to us. If you are looking for a bit more personal and quiet experience, you would enjoy your stay at Blueberry Cove Inn.
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Response from Seely G, Owner at Blueberry Cove Inn
Responded 4 weeks ago
We try hard every day to meet everyone's expectations. Thank you so much for letting us be a part of your vacation experience.
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No frills lodging with a fantastic location. Great basic breakfast. Some rooms under renovation and exterior in need of refreshing. Great night's sleep. The Hideaway Suite was good for visiting with family. Need to bring your own coffee for the kitchenette.
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Response from Seely G, Owner at Blueberry Cove Inn
Responded Jun 15, 2019
Thank you for staying with us. I'm sorry there was some confusion about the coffee. I offered coffee packets etc. to your husband but he thought you would prefer to purchase your own locally.
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$271 - $283 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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