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Vacation Rental Price Information in Newport
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Newport. Prices rise in August and reach an average of $638 a night (8/4 - 8/11), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Vacation rental prices go down to $383 per night in January (1/26 - 2/2).
Rental Availability Information in Newport
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Newport. In a week of August (8/4 - 8/11), 76% of the vacation rentals are booked. On the contrary, only 25% of the rentals are booked during a week in June (6/15 - 6/22).
The Weather in Newport
Check out the climate diagram for Newport. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 80°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 23° in January. According to the climate diagram, December is the rainiest month of the year in Newport.
Vacation homes in delightful Newport East Coast, Rhode Island
Newport East Coast is known for its scenic coastline and stunning summer mansions, but travelers will find an abundance of excellent restaurants, upscale shopping, and museums. Long gone are the wooden beach houses of the past, instead replaced by stunning stone mansions over-looking the sea - the perfect spot for a vacation rental.
Newport Cuisine: Quahogs and Other Seafood Specialities
Seafood is a New England speciality, and Rhode Island is no different. Abundant seafood restaurants can be found serving a variety of shellfish and fin fish. Quahogs are a type of clam popular in New England, and “stuffies” are a stuffed version of the popular dish. Griswold's Tavern is a casual eatery off the beaten path that features stuffies a short walk from many vacation homes. For other Newport specialities like raw oysters and chowder, visitors will find no shortage of seafood restaurants with a view.
Newport Arts and Culture: Art, Museums, and Opera
In addition to the Tennis Hall of Fame and the many mansions converted into museums, there are a variety of cultural activities for visitors to Newport. The Newport Art Museum features a permanent collection of art from the 19th century to present, while the National Museum of American Illustration highlights works from the golden age of American Illustration. The Newport Opera House is also a cultural gem where visitors can experience live performances in an historic monument.
Points of Interest in Newport East Coast
Newport Cliff Walk
A 3.5 mile hiking trail known as Cliff Walk begins at Memorial Boulevard and Easton's Beach, taking visitors along a scenic coastal path that passes through the properties of numerous famed Newport mansions. The trail is easiest at the beginning, becoming more difficult as it progresses; multiple exit points allow visitors to explore as much or as little as they like.
International Tennis Hall of Fame
Housed in the Newport Casino, a National Landmark dating back to 1880, the International Tennis Hall of Fame features a museum celebrating tennis' greats with over 25,000 artifacts in addition to historic grounds and the restored Casino Theater.
The Breakers is a 70-room vacation home designed in the Italian Renaissance style. Commissioned by Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1893, architect Richard Morris Hunt designed the villa to replace a previously-standing wooden structure.
Built for the Vanderbilts, Marble House was inspired by Versailles' Petit Trianon and set the standard for the transformation of Newport from a summer settling of wooden beach homes to the opulent mansion-filled summer luxury destination that it is today.
Once the home of heiress Doris Duke, Rough Point is a seaside mansion preserved to retain the same interior decorations and artwork once collected by the former owner.
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