This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Newport reviews
"Friends and I and our families rented this unit to meet up for another friend's Newport wedding. It's a nice, well maintained apartment with spacious rooms and a futon-couch in the living room. We enjoyed being able to cook/eat at home and do laundry. Walking distance to all of the Newport downtown area (restaurants, etc). We had 5 adults and three babies (2-15 mo olds, 1-10 mo old) and never felt cramped - plenty of space for pack-n-plays. Perfect for those with young kids, no tub just a shower - so some improv needed there. The upstairs neighbors weren't home most of the time we were there but showed for a little at the end. We could hear walking around, but never had any noise issues - even with napping/early bedtime babies."Guest: Amber K. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014View listing
"A few girlfriends and I stayed for Labor Day Weekend and the house was perfect! Everything is in great condition and clean. Tons of towels and linens that are in great shape. Couches and beds are comfortable. The kitchen has everything to stay in and cook or it's a quick cab ride over the bridge to Newport for dinner. The deck and yard are awesome as well - only complaint is it is a very quiet neighborhood and a couple of girls gabbing on the back deck after the bar caused a phone call from a neighbor. It would be perfect for a family vacation with the large backyard and basement full of fun games!"Guest: Megan Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 15, 2014View listing
"My extended family and I have rented this place the week of Thanksgiving for the past 2 years and have had a thoroughly pleasant experience here. We enjoy taking walks along the rocks by the ocean and playing catch with the football on the expansive lawn in front of the house (makes me feel like a Kennedy). On rainy days we watch the waves splash upon the rocks through the large bay window while we remain cozy inside by the fireplace playing UNO. Even in November we enjoy the Cliff Walk and all the shops and restaurants that Newport/Middletown have to offer. We have also participated in the 5 mile Newport Pie Run the past two years. The owner is very responsive and easy to work with which is a plus. We like it so much we plan on coming back next Thanksgiving."Guest: Erin & Dean Date of Stay: November 2013 Review Submitted: December 7, 2013View listing
"My boyfriend and I recently stayed on the Lilypad for a weekend and we couldn't have asked for a better time. Everything from the comfortable bed, the fully stocked kitchen and the amazing views from the roofdeck made the stay a great one. Danielle is a great hostess and was available through e-mail or text all weekend if we needed to reach her. The water taxis and the drivers also exceeded our expectations as they arrived quickly each time we called for them. Both days we took the water taxi over to the dock and drove down to Second Beach, which is definitely something to visit while staying in Newport! Great memories on the Lilypad, would highly recommend this experience to anyone!"Guest: Taylor Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 16, 2014View listing
Newport Travel Tips
Enjoy Traditional Sporting Activities at Newport
Rhode Island has a very colonial feel about it and Newport is no exception. Majestic buildings, stylish country clubs and classy summer events give testament to the fact that the island is still very much a playground for the wealthy. Lawn tennis, golf, and summer polo tournaments are enjoyed as lavish affairs. Sailing is one of the area's most popular pastimes and Newport is frequently referred to as the sailing capital of the world. On a summer's day, you can see the bay dotted with colorful sails. Boats are available for charter from the local marina and there's no better way to enjoy a lazy summer afternoon with friends than to sip ice-cold drinks as you cruise across the water. In recent years, surfing, kite boarding and paddling have also become popular pastimes.
Best Time of Year to Stay at Newport Vacation Rentals
Primarily a summer destination, many activities center around the beachfront and harbor. There are numerous events and festivals throughout the summer months to keep visitors entertained. Often rentals offer special reduced rates for wintertime. If you're looking for a quiet getaway where you can snuggle up in front of the fireplace and enjoy the ocean views, Newport is a great destination to consider.
Shopping and Sightseeing in Newport
If the ideal vacation includes browsing antique stores and art galleries then you will love exploring the Newport area. Home to many famous artists, stylish paintings are a great souvenir to take home with you. Many galleries also feature excellent photographic exhibits if you have more modern tastes. For outdoor enthusiasts, you can hire bicycles and ride on the island's many paths and quiet roads. Take a casual early morning stroll along the beach or visit one of the state parks and see the historic landmark lighthouses. The Newport Harbor and Yachting Museum reflect the strong yachting traditions of Newport and are interesting to visit.
The area produces some excellent wines. Touring the wine farms, you'll have an opportunity to taste and possibly even meet with the wine-makers. Combine that with sampling some local cuisine in many of the fine local restaurants with seafood delicacies and delicious desserts, and you'll be rolling home if you're not careful.
Getting to and Around Newport
The nearest airport is TF Green International airport in Warwick, just north of Providence. However, because of its location between New York and Boston, many visitors flying in from across the states choose to route via one of the larger city airports and then commute the remaining distance by car, ferry or rail. The main Amtrak line travels via Rhode Island en route to Boston from New York. Stopping at Westerly and Kingston, travelers can then connect onto Newport by bus. In the summer months, there is a regular ferry connection between Newport and Providence. By road the Interstate 95 links Providence to the major east coast cities. Driving time from Boston to Newport is approximately 90 minutes and from New York City lodging about four hours. Regular bus services offer an alternate and affordable way of getting to your Newport accommodation.
Stylish Newport Lodging
Rhode Island is well-known for its elegant architectural style and the colonial mansions add majesty to the coastal landscape. Accommodation rental options range from cozy apartments in the harbor to opulent homes that can accommodate up to 20 people. If you have a large or extended family and like vacationing together, this is the perfect option for you. You'll feel like you have a private boutique hotel all to yourselves. Stylishly furnished and fully equipped, these homes will spoil and pamper you yet still give you the freedom to come and go as you please.