Bayberry Inn of Newport

20 Kay Street, Newport, Rhode Island, 02840, United States | 3 star b&b
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RI Sound

A travel blog entry by tmasters

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We were awoken by the pitter patter of a soft rain, made a hearty breakfast, did the usual Last minute check of our equipment and provisions and motored out of the Marina under Fog with visibility of 1 mile. Out in the Sound the visibility improves and I rigged up a Fishing rod With a 12" pink Hogy in hopes of a tug of war with a denizen of the ...

North Kingstown,RI to Marblehead, Ma.

A travel blog entry by tmasters

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We are spending the night on the Cat., Rhode Home, and planning on departing early ( 4:30 ) and sailing out to Falmouth Ma. To the Brewer's Marina. Where we will tie up for the evening so we can catch the right tide to Navigate the Cape Cod Canal, on ...

Hiya!

A travel blog entry by francescamaria

Tue, 13 May 2014 02:10:23 http://hotharleydavidson.com/direction. php?xnznwmdtcv1976nhq xxyz francescafenick@hotmail.itFrancesca Fenick +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ If a hungry cannibal were to crack your head open, he wouldn't have enough to top a water biscuit. -- Blackadder ...

Photos from Westport camino

A travel blog entry by ellenzimmer

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... purpose, but to look up and enjoy the surroundings. All about the journey, not the speed. We averaged about 3.25 miles an hour with no breaks... Still a bit fast. But the real discovery was after the walk... Annette introduced me to CW-X compression tights! Wow, during the hours I wore them after the walk I could feel the benefit. I will be reading about these on the plane home on Tuesday! Thanks Annette for the walk, talk and intro to the tights that may save my hips and ...

A special day in port

A travel blog entry by danharriet

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... from all the other ports that we have visited around the world. Today we would spend the day visiting with and enjoying our nephew and niece along with our grandnephew and grandniece. We had contacted our nephew when we saw that one of ports would be close to his home and family. So today instead of touring new areas we would be able to spend the day with family. We would spend the day visiting with Chris, Lisa, Nick and Bella.

Today we layered ...

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This 3 star B&B, located on 20 Kay Street, Newport, is near Touro Synagogue, Redwood Library & Athenaeum, St. Mary's Catholic Church, and Newport Historical Society Walking Tours.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Bayberry Inn of Newport

    Needs some improvement

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    I really wanted to write a glowing review of the Bayberry Inn, it had all the charm and warmth we expected, but it failed on details. We expected B&B's to be more expensive than local hotels, and the advertisment for the Bayberry offered ammenities that added to what one expects from a small B&B, but you expect to get what you pay for. We found one of the chairs in our room broken to the point we couldn't sit in it, the bathroom sink was coming off the wall and the faucet was malfunctioning. The website emphasized spa like ammenities, but we found only one bar of soap for the entire bathroom, not a big deal but a missing detail. They advertised a gourmet breakfast, what we found was coffee, tea, some muffins, fruit, cereals, and waffles, anywhere else this is called a continental breakfast. I'm not a big breakfast fan, but we were the only ones there that morning, so they had a chance to really shine, another detail. I might have scored this inn lower had it not been for the hospitality of the current innkeeper, very friendly and helpful.

    Warm and cozy

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    Just returned from a wonderful two-night stay at the Bayberry. Our room, the Red Room, was exactly as pictured on the website - beautiful! We really enjoyed the ambiance, warmth, and coziness of the inn. Loved the homemade almond biscotti with afternoon tea!!

    Overpriced for what it was

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    I was rather disappointed with the Bayberry Inn after its glowing reviews on Trip Advisor and their smart website. The location was fine but the house was dirty and the bathrooms quite basic. We stayed in the Gold Room which looked quite nice initially but the fan was thick was dust and the room could have done with a thorough clean. The next night we changed rooms to the Berry Room which had a disgusting carpet and rusty pipes. Also the large but unattractive bathroom had cobwebs in the shower and we had to ask for it to be cleaned again. I loved Newport but I would not return to this B&B, especially at this price!

    Spooked at the Bayberry Inn!

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    Great old house in a nice quiet part of town. A bit of a walk to the wharf, but that was o.k. because it forces you to view the other wonderful small historic homes in the area by foot. The suite room is huge, a whole wing of the house by itself with a seperate parlor area and large bath. I expected the room to be cleaner though. Dust on the ceiling fan was thick and behind the headboard could have used a vaccuming. In the bath some of the bathroom towel bars were loose and falling off. The tub was a turbo type but the shower was seperate and small as a phone booth. Cute old room overall (has a fireplace too, but it was hot so we didn't use).

    Lovely inn for some romance

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    I had a fabulous time staying at the Bayberry Inn. Our room resembled something out of a Victorian romance novel with all the modern amenities including a start up fire place, air conditioning, and a jacuzzi in the room.

    The breakfasts were fabulous. Katie (the innkeeper) made something different every day for both breakfast and tea. Katie was helpful whenever we needed information about Newport. She also gave us reccomendations for restaurant reservations before we arrived. All were right on the money.

    This was a lovely getaway for me and my husband. We enjoyed both the accomodations and the hospitality. I highly reccomend a weekend or few days here.

    Amazing Inn, unbelievable rooms !

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    Amazing Inn, unbelievable rooms, very comfortable beds and best breakfast that I ever had at an Inn! We stayed in Bayberry inn of Newport 3 times in a last year! Going back for Valentines Day,

    Will recommend not even thinking twice!

    Alex and Joe

    Romantic Newport B & B

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    Beautiful Rooms with excellent bathtubs & fireplaces, this is a great place to stay in Newport. The innkeeper made delicious breakfasts and the inn is within walking distance to restaurants and shopping. Parking is also available for guests. It was well worth the full room price, but keep your eye out for specials in the off-season.

    Bayberry Inn of Newport , RI

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    Excellent Inn in a great location, right off Bellevue Avenue. Just 5 minutes walk to Wharf and beach. Inn has private parking (Very important for Newport) we stayed already twice in the Suite and Gold Room both were great. Rooms, service, breakfasts and afternoon treats did exceed our expectations! Very nice and knowledgeable innkeeper was so helpful and very energetic! We have stayed at other hotels in Newport and Bayberry far, far superior for the same price.....

    Great Bed and Breakfast

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    Lovely bed and breakfast, definitely upscale located on pretty Kay Street in Newport. Six rooms. all luxuriously decorated with immense sense of privacy despite being in a house with others. Innkeeper does her best to keep all happy, and the location is right off of Touro Street in an upscale neighborhood of Newport. Enjoyed our stay and intend to return soon.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bayberry Inn of Newport

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding