The Almondy Bed & Breakfast Inn
The Almondy Bed & Breakfast Inn, Newport, Rhode Island, New England
Dating back to the 1890s, the Almondy Inn enjoys a prime location in downtown Newport on the first gas-lit street in America, just steps from Bannister's and Bowen's Wharfs and within walking distance of the town's antique shops, art galleries, smart boutiques and fine restaurants.
This charming and immaculately presented bed and breakfast offers just five elegantly appointed rooms and suites, each individually styled and appointed with fine period antiques, some with cosy bedside fireplaces and most with spectacular views over the bay.
Amenities include air-conditioning, cable TV and CD player. As well as on-site parking and a full breakfast served in the dining room each morning, the Almondy also offers afternoon wine and cheese in the parlour.
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Climb on board an America’s Cup yacht and feel the wind in your face as you sail the waters where the annual regatta customarily took place. From the teak deck, observe Newport’s maritime history, Gilded Age mansions and repaired lighthouses.