Stagecoach House Inn is tucked away in the wooded forests of Richmond, a short stroll to overlooking the Wood River. Take in the abundant fall colors that surround this wooded paradise, and stroll along the streams for a scenic foliage tour. A perfect destination for foliage travelers, Stagecoach House Inn is a short drive from the Arcadia Management Area, Rhode Island’s largest forest.
Take a step back in history when you step inside the Stagecoach House Inn. This historic building was once a stopover for stagecoaches passing through the area where tired travelers would spend the night. Recently renovated the inn now attracts visitors from around the world with its historic feel, modern amenities, and breathtaking views.
The Stagecoach House Inn has a rustic feel, featuring two fireplaces that date back to the late 1700’s, along with the original beams and granite that the inn was first built upon. Relax on the front porch and take in the fall foliage as your eyes graze over the expansive gardens and forests that surround the inn. Each room has a queen bed, seasonal gas fireplaces, and private bath Jacuzzi tubs. At Stagecoach House Inn you can on the upper deck and take in the view and listen to the nearby waterfall.
The Stagecoach House Inn is close to Rhode Island beaches, eight golf courses, Arcadia Park, Yawgoo Valley, and Block Island Ferry. Local area attractions also include fishing, hiking tours, swimming, kayaking, and more. Rooms at Stagecoach House Inn range between a very affordable $130-200 during peak foliage seasons. Rhode Island’s foliage season spreads from late September to mid November, providing you with some of the most breathtaking views of the colorful autumn coast line. Being so close to Arcadia Park, be sure not to miss out on a Rhode Island foliage tour during the peak season of late October.