People often escape to hotels while their homes are being fumigated or leased to local ghosts. Discover new haunts with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $265 for a two-night stay for two in a standard queen or double room, valid Friday and Saturday through April 14 (up to a $611 value)
- $299 for a two-night stay for two in a junior suite at Bellevue Manor, luxury king room, or queen jacuzzi room, valid Friday and Saturday through April 14 (up to a $671 value)
- $299 for a two-night stay for two in a junior suite at Bellevue Manor, luxury king room, or queen jacuzzi room, valid Sunday–Thursday between April 1 and May 30 (up to a $671 value)
Each two-night stay includes daily breakfast with mimosas; afternoon tea, coffee, and snacks; in-room wine and snacks; and late checkout at 3 p.m. Junior suites are only available at Bellevue Manor, but guests can choose between the two inns when booking for other rooms.
Inns on Bellevue
The century-old Inns on Bellevue consists of the Inn on Bellevue and Bellevue Manor. The Inn on Bellevue once housed famous silversmith William Fludders before being transformed into its current incarnation as a nine-room bed-and-breakfast, while the Bellevue Manor was recently renovated and features a large front porch facing Bellevue Avenue. Even as hoteliers update both of the inn's luxuries with in-room jacuzzis, free WiFi, and cyborg housekeepers, the décor harkens back to the eighteen hundreds with Victorian-style décor and furniture. Each guest room swathes sleepers in distinctive designs, including four-poster beds and Queen Anne antiques. The inns also features suites with kitchens for whipping up snacks or attempting to mold a statuette out of marshmallows, though stays include a free full breakfast daily with mimosas and European café for quick bites.
Guests take advantage of free on-site parking to make a five-minute sojourn to nearby beaches and famous Newport mansions. Both the Museum of Newport History and the Newport Art Museum sit within three miles of Inns on Bellevue, and fine-dining restaurants, shopping boutiques, and seals conspiring to invade the land are located just two blocks away on the downtown waterfront.
“Great breakfast and being able to walk to the wharf”