Our Newport Rentals
Map & Locations
Things to Do in Newport
Tour the Newport Mansions
The Breakers, Chateau-sur-Mer, The Elms, Kingscote, and Marble House. Experience an exceptional collection of house museums and landscapes in one of the most historically intact cities in America. The Newport Mansions are an integral part of the living fabric of Newport, Rhode Island. These sites exemplify three centuries of the finest achievements in American architecture, decorative arts, and landscape design spanning the Colonial era to the Gilded Age.
Shop Thames Street
Explore Cliff Walk
This 3.5 mile long trail is a must-do in Newport. With the ocean on one side and the historic mansions on the other, this walk is sure to be a memorable one. Stop along the way to climb the 40 Steps or for beautiful scenic photo ops.
Experience Newport Vineyards
Whether for lunch, dinner, a tasting, or just a tour, Newport Vineyards is a beautiful place to spend time with friends. This newly renovated vineyard features live music, daily tastings, and two restaurants.
Enjoy Newport Beaches
You have not experienced Newport until you have visited one of its 4 public beaches.
1st Beach (Easton’s Beach) is the most popular of them all! This beach features a carousel, playground, volleyball nets, and a snack bar. 2nd Beach (Sachuest Beach) is located next to the Newport bird sanctuary. This is the beach for you if you like to listen to the ocean waves, as it is much quieter and less crowded than 1st Beach. 3rd Beach is located in a cove, so there are no waves here, just peace and quiet. This beach features a public boat ramp. Gooseberry Beach is located on historic Ocean Drive. This beach is located in a cove, so there are no waves, but there are some massive rocks to climb and dive off of. This beach features a snack bar with some of the most delicious cheeseburgers on the island!
Meet the Property Owners
Though we live in New York, we fell in love with Newport the first time we visited and knew very quickly that this was where we wanted to build our dream vacation home. Our attachment to Newport goes back for years. We even got engaged under the stars at Castle Hill. We purchased our first Newport house in the summer of 2014 and quickly started renovations on what was once a dairy barn. When designing our properties, we take into consideration all of the needs of a large family, young and old, vacationing under one roof together! We hope you love our rental homes as much as we do.
– Joe & Teresa