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Stayed for a night, room with 2 queen beds was a nice size and very comfortable. Good rates for walking distance to waterfront with free parking and breakfast. Only downside was location of our room next to check-in desk; we could hear phone buzzing and...More
When in New England my Husband and I prefer to stay at Inns as opposed to hotels. This was a great little Inn, short walk to water. Beautiful room with comfortable bed. Staff was friendly and continental breakfast was both delicious and convenient. If Inns...More
The Inn was a very charming experience. There are no modern amenities, no elevator, no in room coffee maker, no refrigerator etc. We stayed on the 3rd floor. It was great! The room was decorated in the time period of when it was built. The...More
+ We lived in penthouse (very unusual!) Cozy room with big comfy bed. Great location, close to downtown. Private small parking (blocking cars were not a problem, because all keys were at the reception, so they settled everything). They kindly alowed to leave our car...More
Stayed for one night but would have loved to stay longer. Laura made us feel very welcome, was very friendly and helpful. The room was great with such character and a four poster bed! Loved the whole decoration of the place.
The continental breakfast was...More
Hi there. I'm the inn manager at the Yankee Peddler, so I thought I'd do my best to answer your questions. We opened for the 2015 season on April 10 and already have had many happy guests. One Trip Advisor review has been... More
Hi there. I'm the inn manager at the Yankee Peddler, so I thought I'd do my best to answer your questions. We opened for the 2015 season on April 10 and already have had many happy guests. One Trip Advisor review has been posted since the reopening -- it is titled "A Hidden Gem." It was posted a few days ago, so you should see it there at this point. In terms of room choices, it really depends on your priorities! The Carriage House is most economical, whereas the Superior 1Q rooms and 2Q suites have four-poster beds and decorative fireplaces. Standard rooms are one notch up from Carriage House but in the Main House, on the second and third floors. All guests in all rooms are free to enjoy the rooftop deck, accessed from the third floor. For meals, we offer a self-serve complimentary continental breakfast which is simple but hearty. Fact is, with our location in central historic Newport, there are SO many restaurants at all price ranges within easy walking distance that experience tells us our guests prefer to be out and about for meals other than breakfast or that first cup of coffee. In the afternoons, we do offer fresh-baked cookies, and coffee/tea is available throughout the day. Parking and wifi are complimentary at the Yankee Peddler as well. In short, we are a truly great value with fine, clean, comfortable rooms in an authentic setting in the heart of historic Newport (if I do say so myself). Please let us know if we can help with further information or if you'd like to discuss specific room availability on the dates you might be visiting. We are always here at 401-846-1323 or, of course, you can contact us by email. Thanks for your inquiry, and have a nice day! Laura
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"We stayed on the 3rd floor. If you don't want to carry your luggage up stairs stay on a lower floor."