History of the White Rock Motel
Beatrice and George Asselin established the White Rock Motel in 1949 as a group of cabins. In 1962, the cabins were joined together and remodeled to form the current structure. In 1970, their daughter Marie and her husband Dennis Robidoux acquired the business and have operated it through the present. Pride is taken in clean and comfortable rooms, family hospitality, and beautifully manicured grounds.
The motel is located about 12 miles from Providence – close enough for business and far enough away to enjoy the serenity of the surrounding wooded area. Restaurants, pharmacies, and supermarkets are close by.
"My sister and I stayed here this summer and it is a wonderful place to stay.... Nice and clean and quiet and the ownders are some iof the kindest people. We most definitely will stay here again." - Facebook Review
"I stayed one night while I was in the area hiking and recommend it to anyone looking for a reasonably priced, clean and quiest place to stay. if I'm there again I'll be happy to stay here." - Facebook Review
"It's like my second home, would never stay any place else when I come home to Chepachet!!! Thanks for always taking care of us." - Facebook Review
"Lovingly maintained classic 1949 motel east of the village center. Features refridgerator, microwave and cable TV in every room." Boston Globe