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Spring Seasons Inn
86 Spring Street
Newport, RI 02840
Phone: +1--4018490004
Toll-free: +1--8772940004

Susan & Bill Farrell


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Victoria’s Room
This room was named for Lady Victoria whose painting adorns the wall above the bed. This room features a queen sleigh bed, armoire, an electric fireplace, TV, DVD player and CD player. The roomy bathroom features a pedestal sink, and normal size Jacuzzi tub. The Venice Suite
This suite takes on a Venetian theme with a marbleized archway; topiaries and ferns painted on the wall along with framed paintings of Venice. Over the queen poster bed, soft clouds float on the ceiling. The sitting area has a full size sofa bed and Vermont stove, TV, DVD, CD player and refrigerator. Your bathroom has a comfortable two person Jacuzzi tub. Relax after your Jacuzzi in one of our Turkish robes in front of the fireplace.
The Newport Suite
The Newport Suite is a perfect romantic hideaway that encompasses our entire third floor and as its name implies, it is decorated with paintings and photographs of Newport. The exposed wood ceiling beams and chimney show the inn’s character while the Vermont stove adds some warm ambiance when needed.

The king bed is graced with fine white linens and above the head board are beautiful painted flowers. The wicker chairs remind you of a cottage at the beach where you can just enjoy reading or music from the stereo. The other sitting area has a queen sofa bed and large TV and refrigerator. Your private deck overlooks Newport’s many different rooftops and the Trinity Church steeple. The spacious bathroom has an over sized Jacuzzi tub and separate shower.The Venice Suite private bathroom with spacious, two person Jacuzzi tub is a romantic way to relax after a busy day touring Newport and its mansions and beaches.
After enjoying Newport's many attractions, sit back and enjoy a movie and drink in the Venice Suite sitting area and on a cold night, turn on the electric Vermont stove.Your Innkeepers/Owners of The Spring Seasons Inn in Newport, RI, Bill & Susan will do their best to ensure that your stay with them is what you've come to expect from a fine bed and breakfast.
Your private deck overlooks Newport’s many different rooftops and the Trinity Church steeple, which is beautifully lit at night.On the cooler days in Newport, the fire is always warm at The Spring Seasons Inn.
Enjoy your full breakfast at The Spring Seasons Inn with player piano music in the background.If you're so inclined and have the talent, we;b be happy to show you how to use turn it on and play it yourself.As a first place winner in the bed and breakfast category of Newport In Bloom, our front and back gardens offer their own intrinsic beauty to the City of Newport, Rhode Island.
This mural by local Newport artist, Susan Whitney was painted on a curved wall and shows a beautiful courtyard with fountain.Civil War re-enactors set up camp for the weekend during one of the many events held at historic Fort Adams in Newport, RI. The accommodations at The Spring Seasons Inn in Newport are more to your liking!
The origin of the Old Stone Mill in Touro Park, Newport, RI remains a mystery to scholars and historians. Some say it was built by Vikings while others say it was built in the 1600 or 1700's. Come visit Newport and decide for yourself.Save the Bay, out of Newport along with other groups have scheduled seal tours of Narragansett Bay. Eventually the seals will head to Nova Scotia for the cooler waters.
While still an active aid to navigation, the Goat Island Lighthouse has the distinction of being the only lighthouse rammed by a United States submarine which took out the lighthouse keeper's house!The Redwood Library and Athenæum in Newport is the oldest lending library in America, and the oldest library building in continuous use in the country. Founded in 1747 by forty-six proprietors upon the principle of "having nothing in view but the good of mankind," its mission continues over 250 years later.
Newport Art Museum, Designed by William Adams Delano, the Cushing Gallery opened in 1920 as a memorial to artist Howard Gardiner Cushing, one of the early members and most prominent supporters of the Art Association. Carrying on the American Renaissance style of the late nineteenth century, the quiet classical details of the Cushing Gallery contrast with the slate roof, gables, and cross pieces of Griswold House. The Gallery was enlarged in 1991 with the addition of the Nathalie Bailey Morris Gallery, the Sarah Rives Lobby, and state-of-the-art collections storage, enabling the Museum to expand and upgrade its collections and exhibitions, and to borrow important pieces from major museums across the country.