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Save money by finding the best available discount rates on hotels, resorts, inns, bed and breakfasts and motels here in the Lincoln, RI, area. Close to Providence, RI, Lincoln is a rather fascinating town -- full of history within a series of quiet neighborhoods. Lincoln also has a growing commercial and insutrail base and is home to Twin River, a popular casino and entertainment complex. Another worthy local attraction is the Ann and Hope Curtain and Bath Outlet in Cumberland, RI -- a descendant of Ann and Hope which helped pioneer in the 1950s (until the 80s) the discount department store concept. The current store, in the original, old Ann and Hope building, has some amazing buys on curtain and bath merchandise  Below, you can search on where to stay in the Lincoln area for your business trip or leisure travel, including the opportunity to compare lodging rates, check availability, read descriptions and view photos, and book a hotel online with at cheap prices through an easy-to-use interface. Additionally, for every hotel reservation made in Lincoln through our New England Hotel Guide, we will donate five percent of our earned commissions to Brookview House, a homeless shelter for families located in Dorchester, Mass. The Brookview House mission is to assist homeless families in the development of skills necessary to break the cycle of poverty. We'd be grateful if you helped spread the word about our New England Discount Hotel Guide and commitment to giving back to those in need. Thanks, and happy Lincoln travels!
Courtyard Providence Lincoln
636 George Washington Highway
Lincoln, RI 02865
Nightly Rates (169.00 - 217.00)   3 Star
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Lincoln, New Hampshire Spotlight

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An appealing four-season vacation destination, Lincoln and nearby Woodstock are best known for ski areas like Loon Mountain (offering 2,100 vertical ft. of mountain skiing and riding, plus really great panoramic views) and spectacular fall foliage along the famed Kancamagus Highway, but it's also a first-class summer destination. For starters, there's Clark's Trading Post, a famous roadside attraction featuring a trained bear show and the White Mountain Central Railroad that takes you through the best of rural scenic New Hampshire.  The Flume Gorge is another fun summer attraction. The Flume Gorge is a natural granite gorge extending 800 feet at the base of Mount Liberty (a great mountain to hike in the summer), with towering granite walls rise to a spectacular height of 90 feet. 

Local family restaurants and hotels dot the vacation landscape, while rugged mountain views provide all the scenery you could ever want. Speaking of mountain views, Mt. Washington, the highest point in New England at 6,288 ft., is close by and features great hiking, and an auto road to the top where you'll find amazing views and severe weather most of the year (it can even snow in the summer at the top).

Lincoln is tailor-made for family vacations. It's kind of cheesey with mini golf, theme parks and no shortage of ice cream, hot dogs and chicken fingers, but it's all endearing in a 1950s innocent way that will make both kids and adults smile.

Lincoln Pros: Family-friendly, great mountain views, fun attractions, tremendous hiking and skiing opportunities, affordable vacation opportunities.

Lincoln Cons: Attractions are scattered along busy roads, so unless you're hiking a mountain, expect to drive from one attraction to another.