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Mill Street Inn
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Why Stay At Mill Street Inn
A preppy boutique hotel in a converted 19th-century mill in Newport, Rhode Island, two blocks from Bowen's Wharf.
Housed in a 19th-century mill that once provided the lumber used to build Newport's grand mansions, Mill Street Inn is a cozy boutique hotel just one block from the waterfront and bustling Thames Street—and a 15-minute drive from Bailey's Beach, one of the New England town's best strips of sand. Smaller in scale than the nearby estates, and much more streamlined as well, the property's 23 suites feature wood beams, exposed brick walls, and modern bathrooms that suit a hipper crowd. Another draw? The rooftop deck, where views span from the coastal city's downtown straight to Newport Bridge.
Though there's no on-site restaurant, complimentary snacks include fruit upon arrival, afternoon tea and cookies, and candies at turndown.
Don't miss the two nautical prints by Rhode Island-based photographer Onne van der Wal, on display in the hotel lobby.
Arrive at T.F. Green Providence Airport (PVD) which is approximately 28 miles from the Inn. Anticipate about 45 minutes of travel time.75 Mill Street, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 24-hour Reception
- Concierge Service
- Safe at Reception
- Babysitting (fee)
- Child Care Service (fee)
- Meeting Facilities
- Complimentary Wifi
- Flat-screen TVs
- Down-Feather Beds
- Marble Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bars
- Turndown Favors
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Breakfast Room
- Fruit upon arrival
- Afternoon Tea
- 2-person max occupancy in Studio Suite
- 4 person max in Deluxe Suite
- Continental breakfast
- Afternoon Tea
- Wireless Internet
- Water and Fruit in room upon arrival
- Turndown with amenity each evening
Why We Love Newport
Newport, the posh waterfront town in the smallest state of the Union, has both quiet beaches and historic sites, including the Georgian Colony House, the fourth oldest statehouse in the country.
464 Thames Street.
Dinner for two $110.
Where to Drink: At Fluke Wine Bar at Bowen's Wharf, try the Ocean Drive, a blend of gin, cucumber, lime, and mint.
41 Bowen's Wharf.
Drinks for two $25.
What to Do: The Breakers, the former summer home of the Vanderbilt family, is a must see. Eleven of the area's homes are open to the public.
82 Touro Street.
Outdoor Excursion: Ocean Drive, a 10-mile coastal road that passes both Gooseberry Beach and Fort Adams State Park, is best explored on two wheels. Pick up a bike at Newport Bicycle (the rental comes with an area map).
89 Dr. Marcus Wheatland Blvd.
From $35 per day.
Why Go Now
Newport Irish Heritage Month
Historical exhibits, parties, and a St. Patrick's Day parade to celebrate the Irish. Various venues in Newport.
April 5-14, 2013
Newport Restaurant Week
Three-course prix fixe menus at more than 50 Newport restaurants.
April 6-28, 2013
The springtime festival at the Blithewood estate includes flowering gardens, art exhibits, and afternoon tea parties.
101 Ferry Road.
June 1, 2013
Great Chowder Cook-off
Chefs from across the country compete in a clam, seafood, and creative chowder cook-off.
Newport Yachting Center: 4 Commercial Wharf.