Been there from july 9 to 12. We stayed at the Clarkeston on Clarke street. Perfect place to stay. Situated near the Eisenhower Park, everything is a walking distance from the Inn (shops, restaurants, activities). Rick Farrick and his staff are wonderful. Discreet, attentional, and friendly.
The room we stayed in was amazing. Spotless from ceiling to floor. Air conditioned, decorated with vintage furniture, it is beautiful. Included breakfast is a must to start the day (served, made to order in a pretty dinning room). The owner has four (4) buildings on the same street that offer the same amenities except for the dining room( if i'm correct).
They are called Inns of Newport (innsofnewport.com).
Free parking is available either in the back or on the side of the buildings (very convenient).
In our opinion, this one is the nicest of the four buildings. Feel free to write us to know more about our stay in Newport and the Clarkeston..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Clarkeston is located in the heart of the historic district in Newport. The building housing the inn is over 300 years old with many of the original wide board floors and latching doors. The property was fully restored in 1993, keeping the colonial feel with working fireplaces but adding modern amenities including jacuzzi tubs and fine linens. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Clarkeston Hotel Newport