Welcome to the Old Court, a Providence, Rhode Island Bed and Breakfast Inn that combines tradition with contemporary standards of luxury.
Filled with antique furniture, chandeliers and memorabilia from the nineteenth century, the Old Court Bed and Breakfast is a refreshing reminder of the sophisticated styles of a century past.
Each of our ten rooms have been carefully designed to reflect period tastes. Ranging from the ornateness of Rococo Revival to the intricacy of Eastlake refinement, the Old Court encompasses the best of nineteenth century decors. In rooms overlooking the Capitol and downtown Providence you'll feel as if you've entered a more gracious era.
The Old Court Bed and Breakfast offers every convenience of Twenty-first Century living and blends it with a charm and decor that harkens back to simpler times
All rooms have private baths, some have wet bars, all posses a charm unto their own.
Period furnishings can be found throughout public areas and private rooms and include antique Victorian beds which have been modified so that they are as comfortable and spacious as modern day beds. Each room has it's own TV and phone.
Breakfast is served every morning in a beautiful dining room on the first floor. You can enjoy croissants with butter, pastry, juice and a full home made breakfast as you sit in the midst of elegant surroundings.
The Old Court is ideally situated for anyone visiting Providence. A three minute walk puts you in the center of Downtown Providence or in the middle of the campuses of Brown University and Rhode Island School Of Design.
Benefit Street itself is a major point of interest, featuring one of the greatest collections of Colonial and Victorian houses in the country. You can spend days wandering the East Side admiring great architecture, art galleries or shopping at local the specialty stores.
Other attractions within a ten minute walk of The Old Court include:
Best Conversion Experience 1996
"Converted originally from a rectory into a Bed and Breakfast."
Yankee Magazine 1998
"Editors pick - Making it one of the outstanding reasons to visit New England."
Best Places to Stay New England (6th edition)
"The Old Court is far and away the nicest place to stay in Providence."
The Old Court was built in 1863 by Alpheus
Morse. Originally a rectory, it sits next to the historic Rhode Island Courthouse,
which currently houses the Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission.
Italianate in design, the Old Court reflects early Victorian styles including the passion for ornate Italian mantlepieces, plaster mouldings, and twelve foot ceilings.
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