Block Island Atlantic Inn

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Unique Features

The Block Island Atlantic Inn was built in 1879. This historic Victorian structure has 21 guest rooms with private baths. The Inn furniture is a combination of original pieces combined with family antiques. What makes this place so special is its grounds: Six acres of lawn and gardens with a stunning view of the ocean and town.

Open early in the season from April until October, innkeepers Brad & Anne Marthens welcome guests for a peaceful stay with continental breakfast. The deck looks out over the ocean and also the Abrams animal farm.

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Even if you are not staying at the Atlantic, sunset on the lawn is something not too miss. Tapas and cocktails are served to lounging visitors in adirondack chairs. The restaurant is open nightly for dinner. The restaurant has its own pastry chef creating amazing desserts and home made ice cream. The bar has an opulent wine list to compliment the fine cuisine.

The Inn has conference facilities and is host to many a storybook wedding. The inn and grounds can accommodate events of any size.

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Amenites

  • Panoramic Ocean Views
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Freshly Baked Pastries
  • Spacious Grounds
  • Beautifully Kept Gardens
  • Minutes from town, ferries, shops, and restaurants
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One of the great things about staying at an inn is that you get a good local perspective on just about everything. Like staying with friends.

About Block Island

This beautiful island is off the coast of RI. Just a ferry ride from mainland Rhode Island, Connecticut or New York, it's a perfect weekend getaway. Known for its "set back in time" ambiance, stunning landscape, beaches and abundant nature - what's not to fall in love with? Dine on fresh local seafood, visit shops and boutiques. You don't need a car or a care in the world, come see for yourself.


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