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Downtown Newport

Open Daily
The city of Newport is located in Newport County, Rhode Island, at the southern tip of Aquidneck Island, and is bounded by Middletown to the north and three bodies of water: Narragansett Bay to the west; Sakonnet River to the east; and Rhode Island Sound to the south. Home to spectacular coastal scenery, awe-inspiring architecture, a thriving waterfront downtown, and welcoming hospitality, Newport is considered by many to be a shining gem in the coastal crown of New England. For those whose hearts lie in architecture, design, and history, Newport offers tours of opulent mansions, interesting museums, and a number of walking tours that reveal the Colonial and Gilded Age charm of the city.

Newport has become a great destination for shopping. During the Summer it is extremely popular because in the Downtown area there are so many stores and they are all within walking distance of each other. It is a great way to spend a day, park the car in any of the nearby parking lots and walk around as long as the weather is good!


Map of Newport

Newport Mansions

The Preservation Society of Newport County, Rhode Island's largest cultural organization, preserves and protects the best of Newport County's architectural heritage. Its 11 historic properties and landscapes - seven of which are National Historic Landmarks - trace America's architectural and social development from the Colonial era through the Gilded Age.

Group and individual tours available.



Newport National Golf Club
Named the #1 course in Rhode Island with public access by GolfWeek, the fast and firm Orchard Course at Newport National Golf Club features nearly 200 acres of breathtaking panoramas, including The Sakonnet Passage, Atlantic Ocean, and Narragansett Bay.

Green Valley Country Club
The Green Valley Country Club is an 18 hole championship course, located in picturesque Portsmouth, RI. Known as Newport area's finest semi-private country club, it is open to the public. Located in Portsmouth, RI - 7 miles from the hotel

Montaup Country Club

Close to historic Newport, Montaup Country Club is an 18-hole semi-private course. Our signature hole, the Par 5 16th, overlooks scenic Mt. Hope Bay and Bridge. A fairly open, flat course with tricky winds results in a good test of shot-making ability. Montaup Country Club is open year round for the diehard golf enthusiast and is located in Portsmouth, RI. Located in Portsmouth, RI - 13 miles from the hotel

Jamestown Golf Course

Jamestown Golf Course is a 9 hole Public golf course located in Rhode Island – Minutes from Newport, RI – come and play this inviting Links inspired course located within Narragansett Bay. Rolling fairways and generous driving areas make for a relaxing round, but the well-manicured greens will test your ability to read greens and putt at every hole. The golf course was first established in 1901 and the subtle history is evident throughout the open, wind-blown layout. Located in Jamestown, RI - 5 miles from the hotel

Sailing & Beaches

Newport is known by boaters worldwide for its deep harbor, blue waters, majestic scenery, and bustling wharfs. Learn the ropes at Newport Sailing School, then launch from Fort Adams, Kings Park / Wellington Avenue, or Poplar Street / Washington Street. If you would rather take a tour let the folks at Gansett Cruises give you a narrated harbor tour of beautiful Newport. Another exciting way to experience Newport from the water is sailing on a legendary 12 Meter Racing Yacht. The expert staff at 12 Meter Charters will take care of you for a family trip or large social event.

Sachuest Beach is a public coastline, just a few minutes away in Middletown, RI. It’s perfect for swimming, sunbathing, or exploring the trails of Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge. Easton’s Beach is also lovely. It is just a short drive and has enough activities, like a carousel, beach store, and snack shack, for a fun filled day at the beach.


Newport Vineyards and Winery (4.5 miles) has been in action since 1977. Greenvale Vineyards (6.8 miles) is a 19th century Victorian farm in Portsmouth, and Sakonnet Vineyards (22 miles) is located in scenic Little Compton, RI.

909 E Main Rd, Middletown, RI 02842
(401) 848-5161

Store Hours
Open 7 Days A Week, Year Round
Mon - Sat 10am to 6pm 
Sunday Noon to 6pm
Winter hours open until 5pm

Winery Tours
Tours Daily at 1 & 3 pm.
Saturday Hourly 11am-4pm. 
Groups of 10 or more, please call for an appointment.
For additional information: (401) 848-5161

Shuttle Bus From Downtown Newport
Call the Coyote Shuttle for transportation availability to the winery: 401-846-7090

Tennis Hall of Fame

Designated by the International Tennis Federation as the official Hall of Fame, The International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum showcases the history as well as many important artifacts of the game. Only 235 players, contributors, and administrators have been chosen for induction by a distinguished panel of 125 voters that represent all facets of the game from all around the world. While you’re visiting, don’t forget to bring your racquet so you can play on the same grass courts where many of the greatest champions have played.

International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum
194 Bellevue Avenue
Newport, Rhode Island 02840

Main Phone: 401-849-3990
Toll Free: 1-800-457-1144
Newport Casino Indoor Racquet Club: 401-849-4777
Newport Casino Lawn Tennis Club: 401-846-0642
Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships: 401-849-6053 or 866-914-FAME

Newport Grand Casino

Newport Grand Slots is located at the base of the Newport Bridge and has over 1,000 of today's most popular slots including virtual blackjack and video poker.

150 Admiral Kalbfus Road, Newport, RI 02840

FREE admission & parking
Smoking & Non-smoking areas

Sunday-Thursday 10am-1am,

Weekends and Holidays 10am-2am



One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan colonists from England. It was the scene of several key events of the American Revolution, such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston. Upon American independence from Great Britain, the city continued to be an important port and manufacturing hub, as well as a center for education and culture. Through land reclamation and municipal annexation, Boston has expanded beyond the original peninsula. Its rich history helps attract many tourists, with Faneuil Hall alone attracting over 20 million visitors. Boston's many "firsts" include the United States' first public school (1635), and first subway system (1897).

Explore the city where the new and the old are in constant conversation, where cobbled-stone streets meet glass-enclosed shopping galleries, where The Freedom Trail landmarks stand beside cutting edge restaurants and renowned performance theatres brush shoulders with trendy nightclubs.

Uncover Boston's past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge, enjoy the old masters and the brew masters, pedal-powered swan boat rides or high speed catamaran whale watches. Shop artisanal markets or chic boutiques. While the afternoon away at a sidewalk cafés or dine from the popular food mobiles found throughout the city. Enjoy star-studded concerts and concerts under the stars. Take a walking tour or blaze a trail of your own. Stroll the lively waterfront or cruise the historic harbor.