Located in the Marshall Slocum Inn, rated 9.3/10 on (URL HIDDEN) the Snuggery is a small room featuring a queen bed and a spiral staircase within the room that goes up to a private bathroom with shower. Full breakfast, onsite parking, WiFi incl. Breakfast is not included for our offseason rates which run from mid November to early March.
“We stayed at snuggery room which was small but for us was not a big deal as we were out a lot. The bathroom is upstairs which was the only negative. Place was clean, in heart of everything in Newport. Breakfast was delicious every morning. Will definitely return to stay if in the area. Ample parking.”
This nicely furnished second floor private apartment is located only a 10 minute walk from Eastons beach, cliff walk, and upper Broadway restaurants. A short walk to Braga park, 10 min bike ride to downtown. Full kitchen, bath and bedroom. Sleeper sofa and a fold out loveseat plus a futon mattress under the bed for extra guests. Beautiful front porch to enjoy. Free on street parking in front of the house. I live on the first floor and am available if needed.
“Brian's apartment is in a peaceful neighborhood and close enough to downtown for you to walk. The apartment was the perfect size for our trip and it had the amenities we needed (we used the kitchen and it had everything we needed for our meal, which made it an enjoyable experience). Since it is in a neighborhood away from the downtown area, we did not have any issue with the free street parking. Definitely would come back!”
Large 1 BR/ 1 Bath apartment on Thames Street with a view of Newport Harbor from private roof deck. Steps from best shops/bar/restaurants. Occupancy is 2 adults (+2 children) Parking spot included!
“My boyfriend and I had an amazing time staying here. The Bnb feels spacious, well-equipped, and is super conveniently placed! Ted added many amenities and was quick to respond with any questions we had. The deck was a great addition... we spent a lot of time outdoors watching the boats. Thanks for a great stay！Certainly will return”