My wife and I went to Newport in October to celebrate our anniversary. Spring Seasons Inn & Tea Room was new to us, since we had always stayed at another B&B not far away. We were intrigued by the video the Inn had on its web page. So we decided to give it a try. Making the reservation over the phone to Susan (a very delightful and helpful owner), we were pleased with her manner of really making us feel we were wanted at the Inn. Upon arrival, and having our own valuable parking spot right next to the entry, Susan greeted us. What we had heard on the telephone was the same in person--a wonderful lady. She helped us settle in, then showed us around the Inn. Quaint, very nice ambiance and background music that made you feel right at home. The Tea Room was just as welcoming. And wow, what a great room we had--The Venice Room: large, well supplied with whatever we needed, and very quiet all night and into the next day. Susan pulled out the local map and pointed out several places to visit where we had never been on our previous visits to Newport. She suggested an Italian Restaurant--Sardella's. Tuesday and Wednesday nights it's loaded with fantastic menu specials, and live jazz on Wednesday. We went there: excellent food, friendly help and customers who all seemed to be really enjoying themselves. It was located up on Memorial Blvd, away from the crowded tourists area of Thames Street. We met Susan's husband, Bill, later that night. He was just as friendly and helpful as she was. He helped us with tips about our destination the next day--The Groton, CT. sub base and museum. They were perfect. Breakfast every morning was excellent--cooked to our own specs. We almost hated leaving when we checked out. Funny thing how great B&B's make you feel as though their home is also yours. Without a doubt, we will be back at Spring Seasons Inn & Tea Room on our next visit to Newport. Try it. I'm sure you will leave with the same feelings we left with--just a perfect place.