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When the 31-room Weekapaug Inn re-opens its doors in October 2012, there will be a new chef in the kitchen. The seaside hotel, with views of Quonochontaug Pond and the Atlantic Ocean, has appointed Jennifer Backman to oversee the inn’s dining experiences, from The Restaurant to the more casual SeaRoom, which will both offer a modern interpretation of coastal New England cuisine.

Previously with sister property the Ocean House, Backman was the sous chef in Seasons restaurant during the resort’s opening in 2010 and was later promoted to executive sous chef. A fan of ethical sourcing, Backman will bring that approach to Weekapaug Inn, along with resort’s farm-to-table philosophy and campaign to locally source ingredients. The menu will highlight the region’s traditional cultures, which include Italian, Portuguese, and Native American influences.

The Restaurant's menu will include such starters as sweet pea and ricotta agnolotti with Vidalia onion, Meyer lemon, truffle, and pea shoots; and main courses like pan-roasted native tautog with Jonah crab salad, asparagus, fennel, and a smoked tomato vinaigrette.

The Restaurant’s new look features dark stained oak tables, brown rattan chairs, and walls and the ceiling covered with natural grass and white painted battens. The design incorporates elements from the original inn, which was built in 1899, including upholstered banquets and sofas and a grand, wood-burning fireplace.

The more relaxed SeaRoom, in the Weekapaug Inn’s grand parlor, serves traditional New England comfort food like hearty New England clam chowder, native lobster and sweet corn fritters with tarragon remoulade, and bouillabaisse with native white fish, shrimp, mussels, potato, and a saffron-lobster broth.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


Luxury Hotels: A Trio of Rhode Island Gems

Back in the late 1800s the gilded age of prosperity reigned and Newport Rhode Island was a summer haven for wealthy tycoons like the Vanderbilt's. About 30 minutes from Newport, summer travelers vacationed at the grand dame Ocean House, in upscale Watch Hill. After a century and a half of hospitality, Ocean House fell into disrepair and was on a path to demolition.

With too much history and nostalgia to knock down, fund manager Charles Royce bought the Ocean House and restored it back to its glory, reopening in 2010. Fast forward a few years later and down the road in humble (but equally upscale) Weekapaug, there was a similar story with a charming but rundown little waterside inn. Partnering with Wall Street investor Lang Wheeler, the two crafted their magic and stunningly restored Weekapaug Inn. With a passion for exceptional, personalized service, Ocean House Management's mission is to provide guests with extraordinary experiences.

Ocean House

Ocean House is a boutique luxury hotel with just shy of 70 rooms, directly facing the beach, and about a 5 minute walk to downtown Watch Hill. This grand Victorian building was originally built in 1868 and has been meticulously restored while also offering modern comforts like strong wifi and super cozy bedding.

Perched on 13 acres with its own private beach, there is plenty to do here. or enjoy the pampering pleasure of doing nothing at all. Walk along their 1,000 feet of sandy beach, sip lemonade in a rocking chair on the front porch, play croquet on the lawn, or cozy-up in front of the fireplace with a book.

Who Is Best Suited at Ocean House

Discerning travelers are at home at Ocean House. This is a luxury seaside property with an "informal formality". As a non-tipping property, everyone at Ocean House welcomes you with genuine smiles, from the valet to the front desk to the housekeeping team. This the type of property where you want to "dress" for dinner, order a cocktail "up", and enjoy the Gatsby surroundings. You almost feel like there should be a Louis Vuitton steamer trunk en route to its owner staying in the corner suite. Everyone finds a home at Ocean House couples celebrating an anniversary (or engagement!), families on summer vacation, ladies escaping for a spa weekend.


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