Pilgrim House Inn

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The bed and breakfast was built in the late eighteenth century, and has been an inn since the early 1800’s. The apparition of a young girl has been seen staring down from rooms into the street, and has been known to appear to guests in Room #8 and Room #11. Ghostly laughter and music are also heard in the bed and breakfast late at night by guests when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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123 Spring St
Newport, RI 02840
United States

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41.4878787, -71.31302499999998
Newport County, Rhode Island
Nearest Towns:
Newport, RI (0.2 mi.)
Newport East, RI (2.3 mi.)
Jamestown, RI (2.9 mi.)
Middletown, RI (4.1 mi.)
Melville, RI (7.0 mi.)
Narragansett Pier, RI (8.4 mi.)
Portsmouth, RI (8.5 mi.)
North Kingstown, RI (9.0 mi.)
Wakefield-Peacedale, RI (10.1 mi.)
Tiverton, RI (10.8 mi.)

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