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  • Stay in Newport

    "We had a great stay at John's property. The location is perfect, close to everything and easy access. The beds and futon were very comfortable. The decor is adorable, simple and very tidy. The air conditioners worked well, although it wasn't very hot while we were there. I hope to return to Newport and would love to stay here again."
    Guest: Monique T. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Awesome

    "Perfect location! Plenty of room to accommodate larger groups. Short walk/bike ride to Jamestown. I couldn't have asked for more!"
    Guest: Darby Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 4, 2014
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  • The Best Sunsets

    "Our family has spent the last two summers at Crew’s Hideout which has a great location and gorgeous views of the sunset! Although the Tiki Bar and patio is a fun spot to hang out, you just can’t beat the views, especially on the second floor, sipping cocktails, eating appetizers, cooking and eating dinner, watching the sun go down….It is a short walk to West Beach for early morning walks or late afternoon walks along the rocky shore to the North Lighthouse and one mile to Mansion Beach. It is an added plus to have AC on those muggy days to keep bread and fresh fruit from molding. Great place!"
    Guest: Carol G. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014
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  • Wonderful house in a super Location

    "We've rented this house for a couple of weeks in each of the past 2 years and hope to be able to continue renting it for many years to come. The owners' description in the listing is accurate--only the views are even more magnificent than the description and the photos can convey. When you look out the windows (which run all along the large living room and dining area) or sit out on the deck, you feel like the ocean is right there (which it is!), and you can see all kinds of birds flying by. There are other great views from the very comfortable bedrooms upstairs, and you can hear the waves from every room in the house. The house is in an incredibly quiet, peaceful location, and there are great walks you can take along the cliffs, along the beach, etc. The house is generally very well equipped and very comfortably furnished. The grounds are lovely, and the large yard behind the house (on the non-oceanview side) is mowed every week. Everything inside is neat and clean when you arrive, and the owners (sisters Fiona and Nancy) go out of their way to answer questions and provide helpful information and suggestions. There's a very reasonably priced fresh lobster market nearby and about a 10 minute ride away along the main road in Little Compton are several very good farm stands with great fruit and veggies--Walker's is our favorite, and it has a wonderful bakery next to it. We stock up on most of our other food items at a local supermarket in Westport, about a 25 minute ride from the house, but well worth it. We also love going to Goosewing Beach at the far end of the Little Compton Town Beach (called South Beach) because it has a long stretch of wonderful soft sand and an huge expanse of ocean as well as a Nature Conservancy behind it, with a pond and great birding-watching. We haven't used the kayaks yet, but are eager to try them when we get a little more skilled at seakayaking. For many years we rented a house on the Lower Cape (Cod), either in East Orleans or No. Eastham, or Wellfleet near the National Seashore Beaches and loved going there until they became very popular, with traffic jams going to and from the beach and thick crowds on the beach. Little Compton reminds us of what that part of Cape Cod was like "back in the day" 25 years ago. If you're looking for a restful, tranquil, scenic place to vacation, this is IT!"
    Guest: Sharon Rachel Date of Stay: June 2009 Review Submitted: April 18, 2010
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