The 6 Coolest Rentals in Rhode Island on Airbnb

There are only a few weeks of summer left before the kids get to books and go back to school. Soak up every last minute with a stay at one of Rhode Island’s many unique local mansions. Itching to get out of state but hoping to stay within driving distance? We’ve rounded up six of our favorite Rhody Airbnb rentals plus another quirky spot just across the border.

Barge Providence

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Cost: $195 per night

Sleeping: 6 persons

Characteristics: Discover the capital by boat. Located just inside hurricane barriers, this houseboat is just minutes from the East Side, Providence Place Mall, and other fun attractions. Laundry is a breeze since linens and towels are provided, along with a hair dryer, coffee maker, and other conveniences that make packing a breeze. There is a master bedroom with a double bed, two twin beds in a loft and a full size sofa bed in the living room. A full kitchen with a cooktop, microwave, and refrigerator plus a bathroom with a large stand-up shower and vanity provide full functionality. This the rental also has a free parking space in an off-site lot.

Tiverton School

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Cost: $225 per night

Sleeping: 4 people

Characteristics: It’s a 200 year old school, which is great, but the interior is completely renovated and modern (Yes, there is Wifi available!). Wander the five-acre property and discover gardens, goats, and even a few chickens. (Bonus: The owners don’t mind if you grab a few eggs for breakfast, harvest fresh herbs to go with your dinner, or pick fresh vegetables for a salad from the garden.)

Federal Hill Art Site

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Cost: $110 per night

Sleeping: 4 people

Characteristics: Stay in the heart of Federal Hill and we promise you’ll leave your stay feeling full. Surrounded by some of the best Italian restaurants in the state, this rental puts you close to all the pasta and chicken parmesan your heart could desire. As for the space itself? You’ll feel like you’ve stepped into your own private art gallery with a graffiti wall, zebra chairs and a private terrace.

Chalet du Lac Chepachet

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Cost: $125 per night

Sleeping: 4 people

Characteristics: This lovely cottage, located on the Ponaganset Reservoir, is a great place to swim, fish and relax on a private patch of sand. Take in the sights and sounds of nature, cook dinner outside on the grill, make s’mores in the fire pit, kayak around the reservoir and more. The cabin faces west, so you can enjoy spectacular sunsets while sitting on the deck sipping a drink after a long day of outdoor work.

Spunky Providence Loft

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Cost: $85 per night

Sleeping: 2 persons

Characteristics: This rental is located in the John Lansbury House, listed by the Providence Preservation Society and was built in 1852. The space features cathedral ceilings, a small but spunky kitchen, a patio, and one of the fireplaces. weirdest you will ever see. The bed is recessed into the wall and is protected by blue velvet-like curtains. You’ll be hard pressed to find anything but mid-century modern decor in this loft, and while the house may have some old bones, the style breathes new life into the space.

Block Island Bluff House

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Cost: $1,000 per night

Sleeping: 7 people

Characteristics: This modern home, perched above the cliffs of Mohegan with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean, offers plenty of space, a green rooftop terrace, twenty-five foot high ceilings and, as we’d like the think, an escape from reality. You’ll feel like you’re always outside here, as the large glassless windows give way to sweeping ocean views during the day and glimpses of the moon and stars at night. The house also has an outdoor shower and a large lawn leading up to the cliff, a nice kitchen and plenty of beds to bring the whole family. It really is the perfect place for privacy and total R and R.

Rehoboth Cabin

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Cost: $125 per night

Sleeping: 4 people

Characteristics: Find peace and solitude among the trees just down the road in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Housed on a working family farm, this treetop rental is a popular off-the-grid spot. The space has no plumbing or electricity (but for your convenience, lanterns are provided.) There are, however, nearby composting toilets, a spacious outdoor shower, and a charcoal grill as well as a gas cooler. your disposition.

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