About our New Name How this area adopted a unique name for a unique place! ..................................
2010 FarmCoast Maps Now Available: The new maps for this year have been printed. They are available at all of our member locations. ..................................
Visit the Coastal Wine Trail! Sakonnet Vineyards and Westport Rivers Vineyards have joined with other vineyards stretching along the coast from Connecticut to Cape Cod. Pick up The Coastal Wine Trail Passport ..................................
Checkout our recent feature on Boston’s Chronicle.
Located within a one hour drive of Boston, Providence, Newport, and the towns of Southeastern Massachusetts, FarmCoast is a picturesque rural area of villages and farms with views of stone walls, salt marshes, church steeples, harbors, and fields that reflect the rural quality of 19th century New England.
Whether you spend your summer days in the backyard, beach, or in the office, everyone deserves a little pampering this time of year. So when you discover this sophisticated day spa amidst the gorgeous seaside landscape of FarmCoast, you’ll know you’ve found the ultimate summertime indulgence. Although FarmCoast is dotted with elegance –from whispering natural habitats to upscale art galleries— Karyne [...]
Spring has sprung! And if this warmer weather has got you searching for a trip to the outdoors, you’ve come to the right place. Our four coastal villages are filled with open spaces and gorgeous natural habitats just waiting for your visit. We invite you to bask in the warm sun and all the glory of being [...]
It’s true, fall has arrived, vibrant foliage and all. But here on the FarmCoast nothing says autumn like an old fashioned, slow and jostled hayride through the open fields. And if you like just a tad more excitement on your hayride definitely find Pachet Brook Farm where a hidden cast of characters await you in [...]
Posted: October 24, 2012, 1:49 am
It’s that time again –the time when rustling leaves, giant pumpkins, and hot apple cider are eagerly awaiting your company on breezy autumn afternoons, and that means it’s time to plan your trip to the FarmCoast!
This summer the Boston Globe featured two travel articles on Little Compton and Westport. In June, Tom Haines of the Globe Staff wrote a story about visiting Little Compton on a summer day and launching kayaks at the Sakonnet Point Club.
“Go with the Flow: Whether you are paddling or tasting pinot, water and wind play in this harbor, sun and soil make the landscape lush”