About Saule

lc44“Saule” is the Lithuanian word for “sun.” And it’s our escape from the every day to a place that’s calm, relaxing, and beautiful. We would like to share that place with you.

Saule is a Sears Roebuck kit home built in the early 1900’s. It’s a bungalow, which means it’s meant to be used only in warmer weather. Though the peak season is summertime, we’ve added heat and air conditioning to extend your enjoyment of our home from spring through late fall.

Even birds love the sunset!

Saule features 6 bedrooms: 3 on the first floor and 3 on the second floor. There are a 10 beds, all new in 2017, comfortably accommodating a total of 12 people. Large families, or 2 smaller families, will find Saule welcoming and comfortable. There is 1 King bedroom, 1 Queen bedroom, 2 rooms with a single twin bed, a room with 2 twin beds, and the “bunk room” (ideal for the kids) with 4 twin beds.

Saule has 2 full bathrooms: one with a bathtub and shower on the first floor, and one with a shower on the second floor. There is also an outdoor shower.

There is a large a functional kitchen, with refrigerator, electric stove, toaster oven, microwave, garbage disposal, and dishwasher…and enough counter space for several chefs to work together. For outdoor cooking, there is a Weber grill.

Saule has a dining room, a very comfortable living room, and a large wraparound outdoor porch with cushioned chairs to relax in.

There is a phone (land line), cable TV, and wi-fi.

Saule is just a short walk from Sakonnet Harbor, which features a calm beach that’s great for families with small children. A short walk further will get you to Lloyd’s Beach, a privately owned property that the public is invited to use. The waves at Lloyd’s are bigger, and the beach rockier, bit it’s a great place to swim or go for a stroll. There’s no parking near Lloyd’s Beach, but that’s okay, because Saule is a pleasant walk away!

Did anyone say “lobstah?”

If you love lobster, you can pick up live lobsters at Sakonnet Lobster Company, just .1 miles from Saule. Put the pot of water on the stove, walk over and get your lobsters,  and the water will be boiling and ready for them by the time you get home!