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Cute New England Street with beautiful mansions on the East side

Cute street with artisan shops, vintage stores and antiques. Cute little hole in the wall... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Toronto, Canada
Quinstessenrial New England Town

This one street in the town of Bristol is a must see for any one coming through Rhode Island. It's... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Providence, Rhode Island
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Hope Street, Bristol, RI

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Cute street with artisan shops, vintage stores and antiques. Cute little hole in the wall restaurants.

Thank 987deom
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This one street in the town of Bristol is a must see for any one coming through Rhode Island. It's flavor is so typical New England. Great little shop, spots to eat or just walk for ice crea.

Thank rpozez
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Bristol's claim to fame is they have the longest continuous running 4th of July celebration in the USA starting c 1777. Bristol is a peninsula and has about 22,000 permanent residence. It is a typical, small seaport town and fun place to visit.

Thank Bob S
Reviewed 15 July 2017

Bristol is....Quintessential "Main Street" America. A must if you enjoy leisurely strolls and like to stop and admire beautifully restored historic homes and buildings. It's like a living museum. Lots of little shops and a few museums in the area. Venture beyond Hope Street and...More

1  Thank onthego321
Reviewed 4 July 2017

The main street of historic Bristol, RI has that classic main street America feel to it. Small shops, easy walking and sight seeing.

Thank Stephen E
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Great place to walk around morning, afternoon or evening, Lots of good restaurants (Papa Joe's Wrap Shack for Bristolian Pizza is personal favorite), boutiques, spas, coffee shop, and of course nearby Gray's Ice Cream on Thames Street.

Thank shemond1
Reviewed 5 June 2017

We had lunch at Aidan's and enjoyed a stroll around the historic homes and town buildings. Harbormasters building, an old armory is of great interest, as are numerous churches in the area.

Thank cbsjohn
Reviewed 23 May 2017

I took my family for a stroll down Hope street, we stopped for ice cream and seafood. We enjoyed the old architecture of the houses and buildings dating back to the 1600.s. Even saw what looked like ginger bread houses along the way, similar to...More

Thank OwensAdventures12
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

I used to live near Hope St. It's a nice, safe place to go for a walk. There are little shops and restaurants. Definetly a good area to check out.

Thank Rebecca P
Reviewed 17 May 2017

Interesting stores, restaurants and homes to tour or just admire. We enjoyed Linden Place Mansion - didn't tour any others.

1  Thank JoyeC
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14 October 2016|
Response from HowlnBubba | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, I don't know. Being in Bristol it shouldn't be hard for you to find out locally.
8 June 2016|
Response from shamrockri1 | Reviewed this property |
There are a few public parking lots, in Bristol. I do not believe they allow overnight parking. 1, lower State Street, next to 44 State Street 2. A town lot near Thames and Church Street, across from the Robin Rug... More
8 June 2016|
Response from JCioc | Reviewed this property |
Yes, off of Thames Street, but it is paid parking. Most other spots you have to have a tag for parking on certain streets, but we have many public parking spots available. On our 4th of July no parking on the parade route.