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The Dining Room at Castle Hill - Newport, RI

*Please Note: Some of the following for The Dining Room at Castle Hill Inn are excerpts from original posts;  Eating My Way Through New England published in September 2017 and Revisiting New England and the Northeast published in September 2018. * Yet another Relais & Chateaux and Forbes Travel rated property, Rhode Island kept raising the bar. Driving out to the tip of the peninsula where Castle Hill Inn sits is quite an experience on its own. Winding roads sit between the short stacked stone walls of both gilded age & modern mansions, until the last turn, leading to unobstructed ocean views. When Newport became a prominent seaport the wealthy commissioned these mansions to enjoy as summer homes, including what we know today as the Castle Hill Inn. In 1874 Marine Biologist Alexander Agassiz of Harvard University chose this particular elevated location to be protected from storms and tidal surges, hence the "hill" in the mansion's current name.   After World War

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