This restored Victorian home on one of Wickford's main roads is conveniently located near the center of Wickford Village and close to a pleasant bay beach. The house, which is on the National Historic Register, contains antiques and period furnishings in its rooms and both private and shared baths. Hearty breakfasts are served. It is a short drive to Newport and many unique shops, restaurants and water vistas. Providence is only 30 minutes north. The town of Wickford offers seasonal events including the July Art Festival and December Festival of Lights. Toll free number: +1 866 442 3343.
Howard Johnson's is well known for a quality stay at reasonable prices, along with offering an in-house restaurant. This establishment is near the Banks of Newport and Boston, The Rhode Island Mall and many theaters. The hotel offers poolside patios, meeting and non-smoking rooms, microwaves, refrigerators and data ports. Bring your dog, but do not leave your pet alone. Enjoy an in-room coffeemaker and free parking and laundry/valet service with a 24-hour front desk. Rates drop in off-season.
Plan your next corporate meeting or social event at this resort overlooking the sea. Newport Life magazine awarded this inn the best sunset view in Rhode Island. Specials and lodging packages are available at Castle Hill, located past Hammersmith Farm, Fort Adams, Oceancliff and The Coast Guard Station. You can stay in the inn, which was once the summer residence of copper magnate Alexander Agassiz, or opt for the Chalet, Harbor or Beach Houses. Gourmet breakfast and afternoon tea service included in all room prices. Rates drop in off-season, after mid-September.
Located on Bellevue Avenue in Newport, the renovated brick Hotel Viking is designed in the fashion of Newport mansions. Since 1926 the Viking has been renowned for its elegant standard of service, which includes fine dining, a bar and grille, meeting rooms and special events. This hotel offers guest rooms and suites, a 4000 square foot Presidential Suite and a bi-level suite. The rooms have air conditioning, voice mail, cable and data ports. Online reservations and seasonal specials are available. A great option for guests traveling with pets - the Viking even offers Canine Room Service!
The Hyatt Regency is located on Goat Island, which is 2/10 of a mile from downtown Newport. This hotel is just a four-hour drive from New York, and affords magnificent views of Narragansett Bay and the sailing ships and lobster vessels in Newport Harbor. You are close to Newport shops, restaurants and mansions, and other nearby Newport attractions and historic sites. Enjoy Knuckles Sports Bar, valet and self-parking, as well as dry-cleaning and laundry service. Rates drop in off-season and according to availability.
Gilded Age Hydrangea Inn, located on Bellvue Avenue, is decorated with fine antiques and period furniture of the day. You will enjoy a luxurious stay in this six-room inn with a sundeck, thick towels, plush carpets, afternoon tea and evening refreshments served with long-stemmed crystal wine goblets. Enjoy an extra free night during quiet season at this historic inn in the heart of Newport. Breakfast is a full hot breakfast buffet. All rooms have private baths. Travelers Checks accepted.
At one time this stately Victorian inn was a rectory for St. Joseph's Church. Find roomy one- and three-bedroom suites, updated with VCRs, telephones and air conditioning. Parking is also available. The Lattice Suite has a fireplace, washer/dryer and a full kitchen. The inn is a short walk from Brick Market, the Newport Yachting Center and Touro Synagogue, area restaurants, shops and museums. Five minutes away, you'll find Newport mansions and a 15-minute walk takes you to Easton's Beach, Newport's biggest beach.
The Melville House, built in 1750, is on the National Register of Historic Places. Located on Clarke Street, a quaint area lit by gas lamps, this inn is in the Historic Hill District of Newport. The feel and charm of a genuine past is experienced at The Melville House, one block up from Thames Street, the harbor front and shops, restaurants and places of worship. Relax at this seven-room inn decorated with simple white curtains and chenille bedspreads. Private, shared baths and fireplace suites are available. Rates drop in off-season.
This is not your typical frou-frou bed and breakfast. No chintz, no lace and no cozy conversations with the innkeepers. But, it is a restored 1772 colonial jail, replete with blue and white striped bedding on all the beds and the original iron bars on the hall doors. It is perfect for a weekend getaway or a quiet place to stay while in Newport, located in the hub of downtown. Breakfast is buffet style and if you are so inclined, afternoon tea is offered.
Find getaway packages, amenities and services at this hotel decorated in modern art-deco flair. The Gateway, with its white columns and circular drive, is a replica of the Newport mansions found on Ocean Drive. At The Gateway you are minutes away from the Grand Jai Alai Casino, the harbor front and beaches. The 46 air-conditioned rooms are newly renovated with data ports in the telephones and cable TV. A complementary continental breakfast is served. Parking is available.
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Located on Bellevue Avenue in Newport, the renovated brick Hotel
Viking is designed in the fashion of Newport mansions. Since 1926 the Viking has been renowned for its elegant standard of service, which includes fine dining, a bar and ...
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