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Historic Jacob Hill Farm
Ranked #1 of 13 things to do in Seekonk
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Owner description: A Seekonk Landmark - The original building was built between 1722 and 1723 from 1924 to 1943 the property was used as the Jacobs Hill Hunt Club for the “Who’s Who” in America crowd that passed through Providence RI. To preserve this piece of American History the current owners have opened it as a House Museum and Bed and Breakfast/Inn.
Reviewed February 11, 2014

A friend and I had the great fortune of being guests for breakfast and tour of this beautiful inn. Bill and Eleonora, the inn keepers were so very welcoming and tended to every detail making breakfast a very special meal. The custom made mugs, wonderful coffee, fresh fruit, home made granola and banana nut muffins were just the beginning! The breakfast entree was hearty and delicious too. Their enthusiasm for providing every comfort was demonstrated over and over during our tour of the inn. The suites are so inviting, and the common areas so well appointed- even though I live locally, I want to come stay at the inn! And they are so knowledgeable about the history of the property, it's early owners and activities that went on - it was like a really fun history lesson!
Definitely a very special place, for a special occasion.

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Reviewed October 2, 2013 via mobile

We would highly recommend Jacob Hill Inn. Bill & Eleanora are wonderful hosts. We stayed in the Vanderbilt suite which was absolutely perfect in every way. We will be back for sure. Service was excellent. Any area information you require is available. Breakfast was yummy! The rich history of the property and buildings was interesting to hear.

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Reviewed June 1, 2013

We need to go back there soon. It was an ideal setting with superb service and wonderful surroundings.

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Reviewed May 30, 2013

The secret is out! Seekonk has its own five-star bed and breakfast located at one of the town’s historic landmarks. Jacob Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast is elegant, warm and inviting, and offers a look back to the history of the farm. Once the distinguished Jacob Hill Hunt Club, Eleonora and Bill Rezek, owners and host, have preserved so much of the history this farm has held over the years. The White Barn’s breakfast room offers a look at the antique tools once used on the farm and framed admission stubs to the horse shows that once graced the lawns. The history will draw you in and Bill and Eleonora will enchant you with their hospitality.

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Reviewed May 26, 2013

I am not prone to writing reviews but I simply cannot say enough wonderful things about The Jacob Hill Inn of Seekonk, MA. Not only is it a magnificent five-star Bed and Breakfast, it is also as a place of significant historic interest. Long ago, the property was built by the Allyn Family, a name well known to Seekonk residence. It was then purchase by Jacob Family for which it is named. After remaining in the Jacob family for a century, it was purchased and updated by the Grosvenor's and they sold it to the Jacob Hill Hunt Club Inc. Vanderbilt, Chaffee, Gladding, Firestone.....do any of these names sound familiar? They were all members of this club!
Hosts Bill and Elenora Rezek have preserved and decorated the place with many of the items from the Hunt Club. It is fascinating to see all the pieces of history exquisitely displayed. Unlike the roped off rooms in a dusty museum, you share a perfectly preserved moment in history and walk where some of the giants of our nation gathered to relax and enjoy the countryside.

Whether you're looking for an extraordinary place to stay, great food or a wonderful piece of history, The Jacob Hill Inn has it all.

Kasey R. Seekonk, MA

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