If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Wakefield, look no further than Eden Manor Bed and Breakfast.
The bed and breakfast offers outdoor furniture, an outdoor fireplace, and a picnic area, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features yoga classes and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Go Pasta, Trattoria Romana South, or Tony's Pizzeria and Ristorante, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Eden Manor Bed and Breakfast.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out The Glass Station (1.0 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
The staff at Eden Manor Bed and Breakfast looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I can't tell you whether or not this place was lovely or not. I went online and booked a reservation in October (for November). I immediately got a confirm number which I wrote down. I had not gotten any further verification and decided on Oct. 20th to phone what sounded like a lovely place. I spoke to the owner who was very nice and she thought perhaps her husband had not placed the booking in the log. No problem. Well, today is Nov. 5th and still no word from them. I called today and they had no record of either my call or my room request. The young man assured me that there was still a room available for the dates requested. I told him I would be going elsewhere and thought that it was perhaps the most poorly run place I'd ever heard of. No thanks!
For the amount that we paid (and in light of some of the reviews here) we had high expectations. Eden Manor did not meet those expectations. The house was damp and dated (and not dated in a charming way). The bathroom in our room was not very clean. It had cobwebs above the shower and throughout the room. The bathtub was old and damaged. The towels had a musty/dank smell. The bed was old and not very comfortable. The whole place was kind of dark and gloomy. We paid ~$200/night. If the price had been half of that, I might have been willing to over look the problems. But at those prices, there is really no excuse. Also, in our few conversations with the innkeeper, he mostly complained about other/previous guests.
I booked a reservation at Eden Manor B&B for a wedding weekend through Hotels.com. The day I was due to arrive I called to confirm check out that Sunday and discovered from the GM that my reservation was cancelled. To boot, they were booked that weekend. The GM said this happens often with 3rd-party booking sites, though Hotels.com said that the B&B overbooked. Needless to say it made for a very stressful day of traveling. I am glad I called, but wished I could have been notified by either the hotel or Hotels.com. It was not far from the wedding venue, and we got to stay at a nice replacement hotel (though 20min away).
Felt like I had come home. Peace, in awe of the entire place. The beauty, warmth, touches in every room. Breakfast was perfect, just lovely! Even the "butler" held my favorite, peppermints! Location was ideal too - short ride to Galilee, Narragansett and Newport. Landscape coming and going WOW - perfect ambience!
Mingle with the millionaires and have some of your own money left over. Funky(nice) B&B, laid back hosts, good breakfast and comfortable beds. All within hailing distance of the yachting set for little cash. Really enjoyable night and dinner recommended in town (Phil's) that turned out to be a hip rooftop deck with fresh seafood, try the fish bites, and some fine local brew on tap. Can you tell we liked it? Spent the next day in Newport and could still afford lunch on the water.