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Hope Street

Hope Street, Bristol, RI
+1 401-252-0390
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Quaintly beautiful

Bristol is a lovely town, and a walk around Hope & State Streets puts you right in the quaint heart... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
CaseyfromBoston
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Rogers Library, across from Linden Place

Holds a comfy periodical reading room, and lecture hall downstairs where Alan Powers premiered his... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2018
Jim J
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Portland, Maine
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Hope Street, Bristol, RI
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"main street"
in 7 reviews
"shops and restaurants"
in 7 reviews
"new england"
in 14 reviews
"linden place"
in 6 reviews
"take your time"
in 2 reviews
"lovely town"
in 2 reviews
"state street"
in 2 reviews
"interesting shops"
in 2 reviews
"small town"
in 2 reviews
"great place to visit"
in 2 reviews
"bagels"
in 2 reviews
"bike path"
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"rhode island"
in 2 reviews
"parade"
in 15 reviews
"library"
in 7 reviews
"homes"
in 16 reviews
"july"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Bristol is a lovely town, and a walk around Hope & State Streets puts you right in the quaint heart of it!

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Reviewed 10 March 2018

Holds a comfy periodical reading room, and lecture hall downstairs where Alan Powers premiered his verse Parodies Lost with art that promoted it to the shelves of Denver Museum of Contemporary Art store, and Worcester Museum store. Also, both Powers' Giordano Bruno books, first the...More

Thank Jim J
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Reviewed 7 February 2018

Hope Street, the main road in Bristol, has a variety of shops and restaurants, with restaurants on many of the side streets and access to the waterfront. Nice place to spend a sunny afternoon in the spring, summer or fall.

Thank Skip D
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

The street is how one would imagine and old New England fishing village Main Street. Stately old houses mixed with quaint little specialty shops and restaurants. Absolutely charming.

2  Thank Mari R
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

Hope Street Bristol is unique. It has changed little over the years as it still hosts charming little shops and eateries along a comfortable strolling path. You can have a quick coffee, grab a bagel, or sit to a first rate slow food lunch as...More

1  Thank Stephanb1126
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Reviewed 31 August 2017

A must see experience for all visitors, a place that 4th of July is celebrated all year long! Amazing homes and porches with American flags all around!

1  Thank Nicolas P
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Reviewed 30 August 2017

I visited here a few times during my trip to Bristol Rhode Island. This seems to be Bristol's "main street" and has a quintessential American small town feel. However, I also was here for the 4th of July celebrations this year and this entire street...More

1  Thank Andrew M
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Reviewed 7 August 2017

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

1  Thank 987deom
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Reviewed 20 July 2017

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.

2  Thank rpozez
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Reviewed 18 July 2017

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
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OwensAdventures12
14 October 2016|
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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.
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skylarsf
8 June 2016|
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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
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skylarsf
8 June 2016|
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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.
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