Bed and Breakfast
Little Compton, Rhode Island
Gracing the quaint coastal village of Little Compton this 18th century farmhouse and
private cabin are surrounded by a country setting.
Little Compton is a wonderful getaway from your busy
schedule or city heat, we are located 2 miles from the town beach, fill your days soaking
up the sun, biking, walking. A visit to Sakonnet Vineyards
for some wine tasting is recommended or if a cup of coffee is what you
like The Art Cafe has just what you need, not only do you get a great
coffee in a relaxing setting you also get to check out a variety of local artists at the Gallery.
Newport and Providence are just forty minutes away, and
neighboring Tiverton offers some great Antique stores.
Farm Bed and Breakfast offers The Vernon Room (pictured left) and The Brady Cottage listed below
for your pleasure.
The Vernon Room
This is our largest and most elegant room with it’s own sun porch and entrance. The Vernon Room is named after George E. Vernon a 19th century Newport cabinet maker and ancestor of the current owner. The room is decorated with furniture and appointments made in his shop and passed down through the family for generations. A lovely sitting area, a queen size bed, and a private bath await your enjoyment.
The Brady Cottage
The Brady Cottage is fully equipped, a 1 bedroom with a
full kitchen and a pull-out couch bed in the family room (great for small children).
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out or order in and enjoy a spacious yard.
- Gray's Store, Built in 1788, by Samuel Church, Gray's is one of, if not the oldest
continuously operating stores in the country.
- In the Village of Adamsville: Contains old post office (first in Little Compton, 1804).
Original soda fountain, candy and tobacco cases, and ice chest. Aged cheddar cheese,
Gray's Meal, penny candy, antique display items, vintage clothing and collectibles.
- Monument to Elizabeth Pabodie. Commons Burial Ground. Gravesite of first white girl born
in New England, a daughter of Pilgrims John and Priscilla Alden.
- Rhode Island Red Monument. Main Street, Adamsville. Commemorates the breed established
in 1854 and honors the famous edible commodity which gave the poultry industry to the
- Sakonnet Vineyards. (1975). Tastings, tours and audio-visual presentation
throughout the year, self-guided vineyard walks
- Wilbor House, Barn, and Quaker Meeting House. West Road. Historic early 18th century
structure, maintained by Little Compton Historical Society. The Wilbor House was built
during 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries and restored in 1956 by Little Compton Historical
Society with period furnishings. Barn contains historical New England farm items, tools,
utensils, and vehicles. OPEN: Wilbor House & Barn
Today, Little Compton is a rural-farming
community. It was in Little Compton that the famous Rhode Island
Red, (a breed of fowl and the State Bird), was developed. Fishing
is still a major industry in the town, as one can observe with the daily departure of the
fishing fleet from the Sakonnet Wharf. The town has also developed into
an ideal vacation spot with the traditional atmosphere of colonial New England.
What some of our guests are saying.....
"A trip back in time, but with indoor plumbing (and every other amenity). I fell in love with Little Compton some years ago and now have discovered a perfect base to enjoy it."
"Great place, great people, stupendous breakfast. Perfect getaway."
"Lovely and friendly describes Harmony Home Farm, loved the breakfasts, especially the scones."
PJ and Teresa, Newtown, CT
"We had a wonderful stay. Charming but private – very gracious hosts and delicious breakfast! We can’t wait for our return visit."
Lori & Ed
"Sheila, thank you, you have thought through the details in a way that is very comfortable not fussy. Thank you for taking us in. We only wish we were spending more time here."
"Exceeded expectations. Hope to see you again."
Helen, Marblehead, Ma
"Thanks for the hurricane party! I hope to be back."
"Sheila we very much enjoyed our brief stay in your lovely B&B. Your homemade scones were delightful and meeting Shamus was an added bonus."
"Thank you for the wonderful weekend in your B&B, so quaint and decorated with “panache”. We felt cozy and comfortable. The breakfasts were a delight. Hope to see you again, perhaps in warmer weather. Brrrr its cold! Merry Christmas."
December 26th & 27th, 2012
"Mrs Brady, Thank you for a delightful stay. Do a recipe booklet, really!"
The Smiths, PA
June 3, 2012
"We had a wonderful stay this weekend at your B&B. We loved your scones and fresh fruit in the morning. The setting in Little Compton is ideal and you thought of everything in our beautiful room."
The Galanters, CT
June 21, 2012
"Dear Mrs Brady, I already look forward to my next visit and I truly hope it won’t last another three years. I feel at home in Little Compton and Harmony Home Farm. Your breakfast is the best there is(no discussion whatsoever). After a hard days work drinking a whiskey on the porch listening to the sounds of nature, frogs, dogs and crickets – that’s all anyone could wish for."
Peter Van der Brink, Germany
Enjoy warm hospitality at
Harmony Home Farm Bed and Breakfast
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