Antiquing in Newport Near The Chanler
Influenced by the French Empire and Napoleon, this hotel room near Cliff Walk features characteristics of this design period with the use of medallions, eagle motifs, the Napoleonic bee and strong reds, blues and gold. Relax by the Federal-style tiled fireplace or have a soak in the separate double Jacuzzi tub. While staying in these Cliff Walk Newport accommodations, consider the following tailored activities to complete your stay.
Go Antiquing in Newport
Head to Spring Street to see furniture from the Federal period and find a new treasure to take home. Antique shops in Newport are plentiful and fascinating.
Explore Bannister's Wharf
During the Federal Period, the Wharf John Bannister built was the social and commercial lifeline to Newport, the connector between an active harbor and an enterprising, young town. Today it consists of boutique stores and several restaurants, and is still a bustling center in Newport. Much of Newport's fortune was made from Rum. Enjoy a "Dark & Stormy" rum drink at the Clarke Cooke House in Bannister's Wharf.