Enjoy your vacation in a beautiful, modern, ocean and beach front home on a beach front compound overlooking Newport's Easton's Beach and famous Cliff Walk. PLEASE SEE RATES AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS LISTING and call or email to confirm rates! Master bedroom has a queen sized bed with full bath. 2nd bedroom on the main floor has a queen bed with granite and glass full bath in hall, 3rd bedroom has a queen and a twin and the 4th bedroom has 2 double beds with full bath in hall. New kitchen with granite. Wood floors on first floor with oriental rugs and beautiful furnishings. Open living/dining room is perfect for entertaining. Enjoy colorful sunsets from the living room and deck. Just bring your suitcase because this home has everything you need for a great vacation. Please- No Smoking and No Pets.
Credit Cards are accepted through HomeAway with a 3% Convenience Fee
RI Beaches: Easton's '1st' beach and many other RI beaches have red seaweed that travels up and down the beach with the tides. It is not 'Red Tide'.
Activities: Activities at your doorstep include swimming, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, and sunbathing on Newport's Easton's (1st) Beach. On the rocks to the left of the beach enjoy fishing and snorkeling. Easton's Beach has a playground, snack bar, merry-go-round, aquarium and live weekly entertainment. Middletown's Sachuest (2nd) Beach is just 1/2 mile away with the best surfing in RI. Families with young children will enjoy Middletown's 3rd Beach with no waves and a boat ramp with windsurfing at the north end.
Area: Just a short walk to popular restaurants and pubs including Johnny's Atlantic Beach Club and Flo's Clam Shack.
Spend the day at the beach, afternoons sightseeing or shopping, and nights at lively restaurants and clubs on the harbor front. The property is within walking distance to Cliff Walk, Newport’s Easton’s Beach, and Middletown’s Sachuest Beach.
Beaches in RI have seaweed that travels up and down the beach with the tide. It is not 'Red Tide.'
This home is one to two miles from Bellevue Avenue Mansions and Yachting Center. It is two to three miles from major recreational attractions in Newport including Newport Country Club, Bailey’s Beach, New York Yacht Club, Ida Lewis Yacht Club, and Sail Newport Yachting Center/Fort Adams.
Known as 'America's First Summer Resort,' Newport, Rhode Island, is the home of The International Tennis Hall of Fame, Newport Preservation Society and Newport Mansions, The Newport Jazz Festival, The Newport Music Festival and the Newport Film Festival. This home is close to Carnegie Abbey and Newport National, known for world class golfing.
Suziek Pt. Pleasant, NJ
Review Submitted: October 31, 2008 Date of Stay: October 2008
Everything noted in the description of the property was accurate and well depicted. The home was spotless and very well maintained. All the furnishings, specifically the beds, were comfortable and clean. There were fresh towels, new soap, hairdryers, extra blankets and tons of pillows. The kitchen had all the necessities you could possibly need. All that's needed in this property in order to have a wonderful getaway are your favorite people to be with, a bag or two of groceries, some comfy clothes - and that's it! You can stroll the beach or Cliff Walk - and if your energetic enough, take a walk to downtown Newport. You hardly need a car at all. We positively loved it ~ and hope to come back next year!
Recommended for: Girls Getaway, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
I have lived on this street most of my life. After I got married, I bought these three lots where I built my homes. It is one of the most beautiful spots on Aquidneck Island and in all of Rhode Island.
My whole family has lived here within a few blocks of each other since 1930, so the memories of my childhood surround me. Swimming and surfing at '1st Beach', exploring the rocks on the point, walking to the surf store, restaurants, and '2nd Beach', walking to St. George's School where all of my daughters were educated, and watching the amazing sunsets over the Cliff Walk and big surf have been a part of my life and i would not want to live anywhere else.
The Esplanade and Tuckerman Avenue area on Easton's Point is centrally located so that you are very close to downtown, both beaches, or Route 138 for a quick drive to Providence or Boston, but it is quiet and the scenery is gorgeous so that you feel as though you are at a resort on an island.
There are so many things that can be seen and done in Newport that are close to my homes! My homes are on Newport’s Easton’s Beach. You can sit at the beach, swim, surf, boogie board, make sand castles, look for shells, explore the rocks, and fish within 100 feet of the back door. I have boogie boards, sand toys, some lawn games plus some kid’s toys, and a ping pong table in the garage. I have a swing set and plastic kiddy pool. There are many restaurants, sports bars, and a surf store within ¼ mile. Within one-half mile is the Easton’s Beach Pavilion with a skate board park, volley ball tournaments, bikes rentals, playground at the beach, carousel, bumper boats in water, Save the Bay aquarium where kids can touch marine life such as crabs a baby manta ray and other fish all caught right at the beach in front of it, a Bouncy air jumper thing like you rent for parties, Bouncy Air slide and live family entertainment every week (singers, bands, magicians and such). Historic cliff walk is a three-quarter mile walk to it that spans 3 miles with the ocean on one side and the mansions on the other. Within one mile are two other beaches, one which has surfing lessons, kite surfing, and the other has windsurfing lessons. There is Sachuest Point nature preserve with a beautiful ocean front walking trail and tons of birds, The Norman Bird sanctuary has hiking trails to a cliff with amazing views, and horseback riding stables in Middletown and Portsmouth offer riding lessons (can ride on the beach in the very early morning from October through May) all within 1.5 miles of my homes. This area is a great area to bike or run through. Within one mile is Bellevue Avenue and historic Newport where the Tennis Hall of Fame, Touro Synagogue, Newport Art Museum, The Redwood Library and many shops and restaurants are located. The Newport mansions are also on Bellevue Avenue and can be toured daily. There are also many antique shops off Bellevue to Spring Street. Two miles away is the wharf area where you can shop, dine, go to a baseball game to see the Newport Gulls (college players from all over the country) and see theater productions. There are also art galleries, antiques shops, glass blowers, an arcade game shop, sail boat rentals, scooters rentals, deep sea fishing charters, America’s cup yacht charters, schooner trips or ferry rides to Block Island or Jamestown. Then 5 miles away is the famous Ocean Drive where you can bike, drive, go to the beach, have a picnic, fly kites, watch the surf and just mansion gawk (huge homes like in the Hamptons). Three miles away in Portsmouth you can watch a polo match. There are 5 golf courses on the island, some big, some small, some famous, and some private. Then there are always the movies with three theaters with 1-10 screens. There are many festivals for music, food, and film depending on when you visit. I may have left things out, but that is just some of what can be done!
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