Welcome to the Paquachuck Inn
We welcome you to experience this Historic Inn on the coast of Massachusetts. The Paquachuck Inn (pronounced as “pack-a-chuck”) , located on the very tip of Westport Point was built in 1827 by privateer, Issac Cory and served as a ship chandlery and general store, as well as customs house and post office. Original store cabinets, harpoons and huge whale vertebrae remind guests of those former days. The imposing three story post and beam building towers above the town dock with views of the harbor entrance, active fishing fleet, and oyster farm. Our windows open onto salt winds and the sound of the ocean.
Westport Point, formerly Paquachuck Point, has a rich history. The word Paquachuck is translated to quahog, a local clam, and is steeped in Native American culture.
A short drive will take you to some Beautiful Beaches. There are tons of fun local Activities to keep you entertained during your stay. We are half an hour from Providence, RI and an hour from Boston, MA
We look forward to your visit with us and we’ll leave the light on!