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The Coziest Places to Stay in America
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The Coziest Places to Stay in America

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Castle Hill Inn

En-suite fireplaces, ocean views, and staff members that are nicer than your own family make these World’s Best properties cozier than home.

No. 9 Castle Hill Inn, Newport, Rhode Island

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At the fringe of a favorite New England summer destination is Castle Hill Inn—once a sprawling summer home, now a Relais & Châteaux property. The Victorian mansion overlooks Narragansett Bay, and despite its aristocratic airs, still cultivates a warm and leisurely vibe. Guests are encouraged to sip their morning mimosas on the deck at the water’s edge or take the MV mistress for a boat tour of the town’s famous Gilded Age mansions. But come winter, you’ll feel like the whole town is your own. This is the perfect time to book a weekend in one of the contemporary Harbor Houses, which boast porches with Adirondack chairs and direct access to Grace Kelly beach. There’s nothing more welcoming than the fireplace at the foot of the bed—or thinking the small, half-moon of the beach is your personal front yard.

Castle Hill Inn

The Coziest Places to Stay in America

No. 9 Castle Hill Inn, Newport, Rhode Island

At the fringe of a favorite New England summer destination is Castle Hill Inn—once a sprawling summer home, now a Relais & Châteaux property. The Victorian mansion overlooks Narragansett Bay, and despite its aristocratic airs, still cultivates a warm and leisurely vibe. Guests are encouraged to sip their morning mimosas on the deck at the water’s edge or take the MV mistress for a boat tour of the town’s famous Gilded Age mansions. But come winter, you’ll feel like the whole town is your own. This is the perfect time to book a weekend in one of the contemporary Harbor Houses, which boast porches with Adirondack chairs and direct access to Grace Kelly beach. There’s nothing more welcoming than the fireplace at the foot of the bed—or thinking the small, half-moon of the beach is your personal front yard.

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