Rockwell House Inn Bed & Breakfast
The Rockwell House Inn Bed & Breakfast was built in 1809 and sits in the middle of historic downtown Bristol, right on Hope Street. The home, built in the Federal style, served as the residence of Colonel Luther, who was the first recorded Parade Marshall for the renowned Bristol 4th of July Parade. Since that time, the home was restored and, in 1991, the Rockwell House Inn Bed & Breakfast was opened.
Debra has served as the Innkeeper since the day the doors opened back on Valentine's Day in 1991. The Inn is famous for more than its past history. The Inn has been featured in Yankee and Country Homes magazines as well as in the Boston Globe and New York Times. Debra has been featured in Bon Apetit with one of her breakfast recipes served at the Inn.
The Inn has seen guests from around the world and features beautifully appointed rooms, an English garden, formal dining room and much more. You can't miss the historic pink Inn in the center of town.
- Founding Date: 1991 for B&B
- Parking: Free lot, On-street: free
- Payments accepted: American Express, Cash, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Check, Visa
- Part of a chain: No
- Services: Bar/restaurant, Reservations