When you look at the map of New England, it reveals, to those who look closely, a few magical white dots, a kind of secret code for insiders: these are the Relais & Châteaux of the East Coast. The collection is noteworthy, sometimes cosy and quiet, sometimes glorious and iconic.
In a world at contretemps, food may be the one thing that brings us together. It is so precious that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security even established The National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD) in 2004.
The third step of this journey in the North American east coast takes us nearby the sea to Rhode Island. In keep with Newports heritage, Castle Hill Inn will transport you to the apex of well-being. A world-class hospitality combined with palate-caressing dining await you.
A certain number of chefs have set a goal for themselves of stopping to use fruits and vegetables that have traveled halfway across the planet before landing on their plates. For them, local food systems are not just a trend, but an imperative for preserving the planet.