The Cady House is a classical revival house located on a quiet, tree-lined street in the heart of the Historic District on Providence's East Side. Built in 1838, it was home to generations of the Cady family for more than one hundred and thirty years.

Convenient to shops, restaurants, universities and a host of local activities, the Cady House offers a roomy, light-filled haven for guests who have come to Providence on business or for pleasure.

Former health professionals and avid travelers, Bill and Anna Colaiace opened their doors to fellow travelers in 1989 when they converted the Cady House into a bed and breakfast, filling it with art and antiques from around the world.

Especially eager to welcome you are the Colaiace's two dogs, long-time Cady House residents who are always ready for company (and a treat). The wooden Pig, Cat, and Dog are other pets who welcome you to Cady House.

 

127 Power Street
Providence, RI 02906

Phone: 888.366.9165