Select Registry Member
Select Registry is a unique collection of elite boutique lodging properties all around the world. La Farge Perry House is proud to be a member of this exclusive association. Read about our recent feature on the Select Registry Blog titled 'Cozy Up to These Enchanting Winter Festivals'. Our house is featured as one of the properties to stay at during your trip to Newport, RI.
New England inns & Resorts member
La Farge Perry House is a member of another prestigious collection of inns and resorts, New England Inns & Resorts. With more than 100 years connecting travelers with the region’s best inns, resorts and hotels, NEIRA has earned a reputation of being one of the most respected and influential hospitality organizations in New England.
2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
La Farge Perry House has been awarded the 2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. This award honors hospitality businesses that deliver consistently great service. This service is measured by the quality and quantity of positive guest experiences on TripAdvisor.
Child & Family ri
A Christmas donation was made to the Child and Family Services of Rhode Island this holiday season. Our team donated over 15 boxes of unused Molton Brown amenities for the individuals and families in need.
partnership with Newport art museum
We are an official sponsor of the 90th Winter Speaker Series at the Newport Art Museum. As an official sponsor, we encourage those traveling to Newport to stay at our home, as it is a short 6 minute walk to the museum and is the former home of master painter, John La Farge.
Coffee 'N Clothes
Our home was featured on the Coffee 'N Clothes website in an editorial titled, 'Sip Your Coffee Like a Gilded Age Aristocrat in Newport, RI'. The piece detailed Newport as the perfect getaway town and La Farge Perry House as the place to stay when you visit Newport.
La Farge Perry House was recently featured in the Boston Globe article titled, 'Posh rock in peak summer: The Newport Folk Festival'. Our inn is highlighted as a place to stay during the annual Newport Folk Festival.