My husband and i recently stayed in the "Tycoon Suite". We were able to enjoy a two person whirlpool tub and our own steam shower. It was very relaxing, esp in the middle of winter. The manager was very nice and gave us a tour of all the rooms and history of the home. My only suggestions are to have a warmer blanket on the bed in winter and try to fix some of the drafts from the old windows. Windows rattled all night long in the wind also. Im short and could of used a step stool bedside! Would def stay again
We loved our 2-night stay at Victorian Ladies Inn in spite of the cold, damp January weather! This was truly a romantic get-away for us. Cindy, the innkeeper, was delightful and went above and beyond our expectations! She was gracious, great conversationist, and prepared us well for our short stay in Newport. Also, Cindy could compete with any top-notch chef! OMG, breakfast was decadent with a starter of a cold buffet of fruit, cereal, homemade breads, etc. along with several incredible hot selections from the menu. Everything was so delicious, but I particularly loved the French toast! We stayed on the 2nd floor of the main building in the Arthur Room, which had lots of ambience, a comfortable bed, separate sitting/tv area, faux fireplace and a very roomy bathroom. Our only complaint was noise created by a father and his daughter above us the first night. Sounded like they were practicing a marching routine! The second night we were the only guests in The Inn! The total privacy was awesome, but probably rarely happens except during the dreary, cold days of winter. We highly recommend The Victorian Ladies Inn and would go back in a heartbeat!
B&B staff was very helpful from the manager to the housekeeping and kitchen staff. Cindy, the manager, offered information that made it easier to get around Newport which made our visit to Newport more enjoyable. We will definitely return to the Victorian Ladies Inn for another stay when we visit Newport.
I have stayed at this B & B several times before and have never been disappointed, but this time the breakfast was particularly outstanding--apple crumb cake and Newport eggs are "must haves." The inn is conveniently located off Thames so you can walk everywhere. Added bonus of wine tasting from a Newport winery on Saturdays. Innkeepers are friendly and welcoming but not intrusive, striking the right balance between attentiveness and privacy. Will definitely return!
My mother, boyfriend, and I spent a weekend here in August. The hosts were wonderful and kind. They even offered us some of the historical materials they had gathered in regards to the home. Quite interesting! We had to switch rooms partway through our reservation because of the home being full, but they made sure to make this as easy as possible. Our rooms were beautiful and clean. There was a fan to use if the rooms were too warm, and it was quite pleasant. The grounds were immaculate, and it was nice to wander through the flowers and gardens. I brought my bicycle and spent my early mornings biking around the town. Breakfast was fabulous, and even my "picky" boyfriend found something he liked. Overall, this was a great experience. By far the best bed and breakfast I have ever been to. I can't wait to visit again!
My partner and I stayed in the budget double room, for a fantastic rate the room was very clean and the bed was comfortable, albeit the bed squeaked and the bathroom is private but not attached to the bedroom. The owners were extraordinarily friendly and helpful with restaurant and activity suggestions, we will certainly be back any future visit to Newport!
We stayed two nights in the Harrison unite, and found the extra sitting area well worth the small premium over other rooms. It would be even nicer in print or summer weather when ou could take advantage of the associated private patio. The room had everything we needed, although lack of surface to put things on in the bathroom was a small annoyance. Breakfast was good, though not particularly lavish. The owners provided us with such information as we needed. The location is a convenient to downtown Newport as you could ask. Overall a very good choice.
Donald was extremely friendly and warm, the house was beautiful and charming. Breakfast was okay, but not what I've been used to in other B&B's. Overall a nice, quiet place to stay, however, would have preferred to have not been asked by Jeanne to join in prayer at breakfast.
This B&B is attractive with excellent service, breakfast snacks in sitting room unfortunately. Our small room had an inconvenient, very small bathroom shelf opposite toilet that is dangerous, difficult to get up and to exit shower room.
This house could not be more conveniently located. It is only one block from every shopping, dining, romantic walk around the city you could ask for and just a quick three minute drive to the mansions and less than 20 minute drive to the lovely Newport Vineyards! I could not have asked for a more relaxing anniversary get away. The property is georgeous with all the charm of Newport!
The Artful Lodger Inn was beautiful, the beds were extremely comfortable, and breakfast was delicious. The views from the sunroom/breakfast table were incredible. The inn was easy to find and within walking distance to everywhere we wanted to go. We are already planning a return trip to Newport and cannot wait to stay there again!
Very spacious Honeymoon suite. My wife and I enjoyed a bottle of wine in the jacuzzi. Breakfast was great! Thanks to everyone at Beech Tree Inn for making our first trip to Newport, RI a memorable one.
Spring Seasons Inn & Tea Room is a beautiful, charming place for couples who need some quality "we time". We stayed in the Venice Room, which was cozy and comfortable, with it's own sitting room - loved a revitalizing soak in the jacuzzi tub after exploring Newport all day. Located in the Historic Hill District, it was a great spot to leave the car parked all weekend and close to many restaurants, shops, and entertainment options. Short walks to the waterfront, Cliff Walk and Mansions, and to ponder the mysteries of the nearby Newport Tower. Scrumptious hot breakfasts give you plenty of fuel for a day of fun, but plan to come back for High Tea at least one afternoon - there are teas from around the world that even this coffee lover could appreciate. Suzanne, our host, will take great care of your needs, with information on Newport's meriad attractions and discounts on the Mansion Tours to see the opulence of the Gilded Age. The only problem we had was leaving!