1 Murray House Bed & Breakfast

1 Murray Place, overlooking Almy Pond, Newport, Rhode Island, 02840, United States
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  • Families80
  • Couples90
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Newport

Preservation Society of Newport Membership

by cjg1

Liz and I have a membership to the Preservation Society of Newport. The Dual Membership is $75 for the year (dual membership is two adults living at the same address). We love the member benfits and enjoy the museum shop discounts. Membership has its perks:

*Personalized membership card granting free and unlimited admission to regular tours at all Society properties.
*Front of the line entrance privileges at all properties.
*Savings on special events including lectures, films, academic programs and children's activities
*10% discount at the Newport Mansions Stores.
*Annual subscription to the Preservation Society's journal, the Newport Gazette
Complimentary copy of the Preservation Society's Annual Report
*Member window decal
*Opportunity to rent Rosecliff for a private function
*Monthly E-newsletter
*1 membership pass to the Rooftop and Behind the Scenes Tour of The Elms

Membership Fees:
Student--$35 For students ages 17 to 25
Individual--$50
Dual--$75 (two adults living at the same address)
Household--$90 (2 adults and all children age 17 & under at the same address)

Http://www.newportmansions.org

Brenton Point State Park, Ocean Ave.

by cruisingbug

We were trying to find the mansions and just kept turning right off the Interstate, and ended up following Harrison Ave./Ridge Rd. out to Brenton Point. We stopped when we saw the spectacular surf! Two bodies of water must come together here because the waves were crashing perpendicular to the land as well as against the rocks. Beautiful. And to top it off were all these monarch butterflies struggling against the wind to land on the late summer blooms and recharge. This point must be on their migration route. This was definitely one of the highlights of our day.

Great Italian Food

by Gypsystravels about Sardella's

We came here Christmas day 2005. We had driven from Bethlehem PA after spending Christmas eve with my family and decided to spend the evening in Newport and see some of the mansions during the Christmas season.

We were starving and after viewing some of the mansions decided we really needed some grub. The only restaurant open on Christmas Day was Sardella's, which was recommended by the front desk of our hotel.

We loved the ambiance and the wonderful food this restaurant offered. We enjoyed our Christmad dinner very much. We started with the Mozzarella in Carrozza a fried double tiered mozzarella served with Sardellas marinara sauce, follwed with the house salad and the main course. I had the
Ravioli alla Panna e Prosciutto a ricotta filled ravioli, cream, butter, fresh basil, pecorino cheese, prosciutto, my guy had the Scampi Smaglianti, shrimp sautéed in butter, garlic, white wine and clam broth. The dishes were to die for.

Old Town Ghost Walk

by Herkbert

The Old Town Ghost Walk was a delightful stroll through some of the historic areas of Newport. The premise, of course, was to talk about some of the scary sightings and weird happenings that occurred at the various sites. Our guide, Cindy, led a fun tour throughout the dark streets and alleyways, regaling us with scary tales all along the way.

For something a little different and lots of fun, give it a try.

Some Local Beaches

by lionreb

Since Newport is on an island, there is bound to be some shoreline and there are in fact several beaches both public and private in town. Each town has it's own beaches, for which you need a permit or a ticket to park during the summer. Winter is a season investigate them all since you can park and go where you like without the crowds. Look at a map for clues.

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