The West Deck has the dual role of being a quaint, elegant restaurant and one of the most popular bar spots in town. Down a ... More
West Deck (The)
The West Deck has the dual role of being a quaint, elegant restaurant and one of the most popular bar spots in town. Down a deserted wharf, the restaurant is in a charming Colonial home with decorative china and long floral drapes. The simple seafood, chicken and meat dishes are superb. The heavily draped windows attempt to shield dinner guests from the outside porch that has a very raucous bar scene in warm weather.
Very nice, quite elegant. The physical split between the "deck-mongers" and inside dining is well done and allows quiet dining in an informal yet elegant setting. Menu is excellent, wine choices, comprehensive and good value. Service is active and robust without being "in your face". All in all, I'd say it's the best in Newport as a public-access restaurant.
Simple 2nd floor motel type style with decks over the water;spectacular view and super central to everything Downtown. Amenities:Air Conditioning
(In Room). Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Microwave Oven. Television. Daily Maid Service. Coffee Maker. Kitchen/Kitchenette. Balcony/Terrace. ...
the Beech Tree Inn And Cottage Is A Charming Victorian Home Built In 1887. It Was Lovingly Renovated And Offers
Spacious Rooms With Private Baths/ Cable Television/ Air Conditioning/ And Lovely Gardens And Sundecks. Many Rooms Have Fireplaces And ...
Fort Adams served as housing for soldiers from 1824 1950. It is located a short ride from the Newport waterfront—cross
the Newport Bridge or hop a boat from across the harbor. History comes alive at the stone fortress, preserved ...