When you stay at Lighthouse Inn of Galilee in Narragansett, you'll be close to Scarborough Beach. This hotel is within the region of Narragansett Beach and University of Rhode Island.
Make yourself at home in one of the 100 air-conditioned guestrooms. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and blackout drapes/curtains.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an indoor pool, or other amenities including wireless Internet access (surcharge) and an arcade/game room.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Lighthouse Inn of Galilee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, laundry facilities, and air conditioning in public areas. Free parking is available onsite.
The land surrounding the Narrow River is a prime example of Rhode Island's varied natural splendor, which includes sandy beaches, lush forests, green fields, marshland, and sand banks. Narrow River Kayaks puts it all within reach, equipping locals and visitors with a variety of vessels, including canoes, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards.
Once boated up, you can paddle your way across the Pettaquamscutt Watershed area for a relaxed day of fishing, picnicking, spotting wildlife, or making kissy faces at your own reflection in the river. With outdoor showers, changing tents, and portable restrooms onsite, Narrow River Kayaks assures aquatic adventurers a comfortable time in the great outdoors. The shop also sells new and used kayaks, and can set up all boaters with items such as dry bags, waterproof containers, and personal flotation devices for jaunts past the John H. Chafee Wildlife Refuge and the Kettle Ponds.
At any given moment, there might be three kinds of bars operating inside Amalfi Oceanside. One produces signature cocktails ready to be sipped in view of the Narragansett beach. Another, which springs up on Sundays, allows visitors to concoct their preferred variants on a bloody mary to pair with their brunches. The third is a raw bar, where lobster tails sit alongside native littleneck clams and oysters that were farmed locally, rather than shipped via friendly pelican.
These seafood samples function as chilled appetizers for a host of oceanic entrees. Pasta options such as shrimp scampi and the seafood fra diavolo—mussels, clams, shrimp, lobster, and marinara sauce over linguine—complement plates of baked cod and pan-seared scallops. Lobster sliders and beer-battered-fish tacos also augment a list of burgers and sandwiches. Breaking from the maritime theme, rib-eye steaks and grilled specialty pizzas round out the menu in addition to slow-roasted cuts of prime rib, which are only available on Fridays—like a feeling of relief among America's work force.
Oceanside at the Pier Restaurant and Bar blends delicious steak-house and seafood cuisine with stunning vistas of the shore and ocean, hosting its guests in a dining room that offers expansive views of Narragansett Beach. Diners dig their forks into tender cuts of prime rib and seafood pot pie or fresh plates of baked cod, stuffed Rhode Island lobster, and littleneck clams with chorizo.
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The sunset over the Port of Galilee turns the water into a fiery palette of orange and red, opening senses to the smells of freshly prepared surf 'n' turf and the sounds of live DJs and bands emanating from the nearby Clam Jammers. The restaurant's umbrella-flecked deck features silhouettes of commercial fishing boats, and its casual dining room gives the scents of burgers, steaks, prime rib, and pasta nowhere to hide. Meanwhile, the selection of seafood, as deep as the ocean itself, underscores this eatery's inextricable ties to the sea. Shrimps, scallops, haddock, lobster, and crab cakes arrive solo or paired with grilled options. A children's menu caters to the smaller bellies of kids and robot teddy bears, whereas the selection of margaritas and mimosas at the bar quenches the thirst of the older crowd.
Inside Maharaja Indian Restaurant, the air is heady with the scents of traditional Tandoor-grilled Indian meats and flavorful curries, all served in a dining room done in striking hues of royal blue and canary. It's easy to feel like you've been whisked away to somewhere in Bombay, but if you look outside, you can see sweeping views of Rhode Island's Narragansett Beach. The restaurant occupies an upper floor of the Village Inn, a stone's throw from the shoreline. Beach views provide a temporary distraction, but the menu commands most of the attention, with spicy lamb vindaloo, Halal goat biryani, vegan channa masala, and ten different types of naan bread.