All in the romantic atmosphere of 18th century New England
Guests may select from five separate dining areas, each extensively furnished with antiques and innumerable works of art. Choose formal elegance and dine by candlelight in wing back chairs in our two formal parlors, or select the more informal atmosphere of hand hewn beams and fireplaces in our tavern room, or enjoy relaxed dining in our casual Courtyard. The Captain’s Quarters on the second floor is available for private parties and business meetings.
Menu selections combine the very best of today’s creative cuisine with the sumptuous portions expected by our ancestors. Every dish provides the guest with a memorable experience in fine dining. Dinner is served from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM Tuesday – Saturday, and Sundays 4:00 to 8:00 PM. Seasonal hours may be observed. Sunday Champagne Buffet Brunch 10:30 – 2:00 Credit Cards: We honor Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover.
Romance, Birthdays and Anniversaries
For those looking for a quiet, elegant, and romantic setting, you will find our wing backed chairs and candlelight dining by the fireplace to be the perfect place to start or rekindle a relationship. But be sure to reserve the romantic tables, they go fast.
The Inn is also a favorite spot for celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, and other special events.
A popular gift for that special person and that special occasion.
Guest rooms are lovingly restored and furnished with antiques – some with canopied beds, and all with private bathrooms. A sitting room is available for overnight guests. A tasty continental breakfast is included with room reservations.
Places to see
All just minutes away!
Newport – America’s first vacation land with its remarkable mansions, colonial town, and beautiful seascapes. Providence with Brown University, historic Benefit Street, John Brown House, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum and much more! Fall River and its extensive discount mill outlets and Battleship Cove. Bristol’s Blithewold Gardens and beautiful colonial seacoast village. Warren’s Historic Walking Tour, antique shopping, bike path, Blount Cruises etc.
Named for an ancestor who, at 13 years of age, fought at the Battle of Lexington, the Nathaniel Porter Inn recalls all
the charm, beauty, and gracious hospitality of an earlier day. The Inn was built by a sea captain in 1795, when fast American sailing ships brought exotic cargoes home from the Orient, Europe, and the Mediterranean, and the craftsman’s skill created homes designed to delight the eye and last an eternity. The tang of salt air still lingers in Warren, and the authentically restored rooms of the Nathaniel Porter Inn provide our guests with a welcome return to that gracious period in America’s past. The Nathaniel Porter Inn combines the convenience and comfort of today with the unique charm of the past. — It is traditional New England at its very best!