Wonderful B & B Experience. Beautifully renovated, with tasteful, comfortable furnishings and all the amenities you need. Delicious breakfast. Centrally located (15-20 minute walk to the Cliff Walk, 10-15 minute walk to Restaurants & Shops).
To say that this is tastefully renovated is an understatement! Everything about it is pleasing to the senses: the quiet, the modern amenities, the luxurious bathrooms/shower, towels, etc., the linens, the climate control, the furniture and spaciousness of both the room and the public areas — it's all top drawer and a great value on the dollar. The breakfast is superb, the attention-to-detail is evident throughout the Inn. Light snacks and refreshments are provided throughout the afternoon. There are well-kept gardens and sitting areas outside. It's location is every bit as pleasing. Easy walk to both the waterfront, Thames Street, Memorial Blvd., Bellevue Ave and the mansions, It will be our only choice when visiting Newport in the future, which we love doing every year or so. Thank you for putting your heart and soul into making this such a pleasant, comfortable, relaxing place to spend the weekend in Newport!…
Clean, comfortable room, and close to everything Benares the Newport Harbor. Delicious homemade breakfast every morning and beautiful sunsets from the back of the inn over the Newport Bridge. Awesome front porch to hang out and drink your coffee during the morning. Sitting in fire pit in the back at night time. Friendly, accommodating staff. Will definitely be back!
The inn is in a beautiful old house within easy walking distance of the busy area of Newport and other attractions. Our room had a sitting area, bedroom and large bathroom, all clean. The bed was comfortable, temperature was good and it was quiet. Breakfast was fantastic, prepared by a chef with whom we chatted briefly and who said his focus is on good, healthy food and fitness. One morning he made a soft boiled egg and grilled vegetables, and the next he made a cheese and mushroom "egg bite". In addition to the hot food there was help-yourself yogurt, fruit cups, juices and coffee. All was delicious. We would definitely stay here again.
My husband and I celebrated our 10 year wedding anniversary with a stay at Bayberry. I would recommend staying here to anyone and everyone I know. Not only was the room beautifully decorated, but had all the amenities you need. Sadly, we didn't get a chance to use the two person jet tub, but should have! The Bayberry is on a lovely and quiet street. However, it is so close to EVERYTHING. You are a short walk to Bellevue St, the Warves for shopping and dining, and a lot of historical sites such as the synagogue and many historic homes. There are multiple spas within walking distance. The free parking is wonderful because you can park and walk to eat, drink, and shop. Here is a tip we will use next time...get up early morning before the heat and crowds and go to the beach and/or the Cliff Walk. Work up an appetite and head back to the Bayberry for an amazing breakfast made in house. We didn't eat out for breakfast once because it was so wonderful! Please, do not hesitate to stay, you won't regret it.…
We loved this Inn! Easy self-check in. Our room was spacious and cozy with a real homey feel. Location was great. We were pleasantly surprised with our breakfast; it was delicious each morning. It was really nice that we could eat in and not worry about finding someplace to eat! I hope we have the chance to come visit Newport again! Just a beautiful city !
Stop scrolling because you just found the perfect place to stay in Newport. Our room (Capt. Charles Hunter) was spacious, clean, and very comfortable (I need those sheets!). The inn sits on a fairly busy street but we didn’t hear any traffic once inside our room. Breakfast was not what my limited palate expected but it was delicious every day (seriously, who knew a jalapeño corn cake could be so good?). Parking was easy in the large attached lot. We barely used our car all week because it was such an easy walk into town (about 15 minutes). Walk five minutes to Picnic to pick up a coffee and then enjoy it while rocking on the front porch. So many great food choices in town. We enjoyed The Moorings, Bar and Board, and Jo’s American Bistro
The Bayberry Suite was everything we could have ever imagined. Coming in at 3pm after 6 hours of travel and quite a bit of sleep deprivation, the room was as comfortable as you could ever imagine. We were lucky enough to be alone in the house for the entire night. The bathroom was beyond fantastic, the fireplace coupled with the air conditioning kept everything extremely comfortable. Sleeping in was the easiest thing we could have done. Breakfast was the following morning and we were attended by Tait who could cook up a pretty good omelette and sausages. Dude also has pretty good taste in music too. I can appreciate that. I had to ask him for his playlist that he played during breakfast All in all, we had a great night. Only wish we had the money to spend one more or two.
My daughters and I stayed (Charles Hunter Suite) April 27 thru May 1st and enjoyed every minute. Check in was seamless, room more than adequate and quiet while the breakfasts were so good/ great quantity that we did not need to eat lunch. This B & B is situated is so well located that you can walk to just about anywhere whether it be restaurants or sightseeing. Highly recommended.
This was our first stay at a B&B and we were super happy and impressed with our experience. The whole inn is very beautifully decorated, and is comfortable and cozy. The room was very nice, and the bathroom even nicer! Definitely paid attention to detail. Same amenties as a hotel room- fridge, iron/board, toiletries, robes, etc. The bed was a little firm for us, but that’s an us issue. The location is great; not too far away from the touristy area but far enough not to be bothered with the noise. If it wasn’t so cold and rainy while we were there, it would have made a nice ten minute walk. We weren’t expecting the big parking lot attached but it was a great surprise as street parking is hard to come by. Tait was very hospitable and friendly during our stay. He made us a delicious breakfast, and chatted with us about things to do in the area and gave us some tips. It was interesting to hear the history of the inn from him! We stayed one night at Gurneys before coming to the inn, and we MUCH preferred our experience at the inn. We already have told family & friends that this is a must stay in Newport. We definitely would stay here again and highly recommend it!…