Summer 2019 Scoop: Lodging


The Outlook Inn: What was originally a single-family home in the heart of Newport now features 10 guest rooms and a two-bedroom suite – all with modern amenities including flat screen TVs, plush linens, en-suite bathrooms and luxurious personal care products. The third-story observation deck is the perfect place to unwind with a cocktail while taking in 360-degree views of the city and captivating harbor. A rave-worthy breakfast is prepared daily by the innkeeper and served in the guest lounge located on the third floor. 123 Spring Street, Newport.

Serenity Inn: This luxurious collection of 12 distinctively designed guest rooms sits quietly tucked away in one of Newport's most historic neighborhoods amid two- and three-century-old homes. The elegant Victorian was built in 1855 on the first gas-lit street in America and today’s guests enjoy homemade breakfast prepared each morning. Formerly known as the Adele Turner Inn, this property is also on the National Register of Historic Places. 93 Pelham Street, Newport.

The Cliffside Inn: Reinveted and reimagined by Lark Hotels, the newly unveiled 16-room inn pays homage to its 1876 Victorian mansion roots and former owner, Beatrice Turner, a noted 20th century painter. Melding historic elements with modern touches, this year-round hotel was redesigned by Boston-based Rachel Reider Interiors using a rich palette of jewel tones, rich textures and eclectic patterns. Original early 20th century furnishings include four-poster beds, armoire s and ornate side tables accompanied by stunning coastal views over Newport’s famed Cliff Walk. From gourmet breakfast to plush beds, fine linens and fireplaces in every room, The Cliffside Inn provides all the luxurious amenities desired from a large hotel in a personalized, boutique setting. 2 Seaview Avenue, Newport.