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Chanler At Cliff Walk
117 Memorial Blvd, Newport, RI 02840
The Chanler at Cliff Walk is a luxury, European-styled boutique hotel only steps from the beach and the Cliff Walk. TheMore mansion was built in 1865 and in 2003 after an extensive renovation, the Chanler opened. It has twenty exquisitely appointed rooms with a choice of The Manor, Estate or Signature Rooms or The Ocean and Garden Villas. Seventeen of the rooms have ocean views and twelve have outdoor decks. The Chanler was recently featured on the Conde Nast Traveler Gold List 2010 as one of the best places to stay in the world. The Spiced Pear Restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine and is a nationally acclaimed restaurant. The views of the Atlantic Ocean from the dining room are breathtaking. Although jackets and ties are recommended for dinner dining, they aren't mandatory. During the winter months groups are able to use the entire mansion for meetings and events.
Spiced Pear Restaurant
117 Memorial Blvd, Newport, RI 02840
If you find yourself shipwrecked on First Beach and have the means, the Spiced Pear will erase all longing for life atMore sea. Superb dining room and patio atmosphere, artfully presented entrees and beautiful ocean views will delight. The Spiced Pear is located at 117 Memorial Blvd. in what was the first mansion built on the cliff walk in 1865. It serves as a fitting start to the cliff walk and is geographically on the very edge of the heart of Newport.
Cliff Walk
117 Memorial Blvd, Newport, RI 02840

The Cliff Walk is one of Newport's premier attractions. It is a 3.5-mile path that winds along the city's easternMore rocky shoreline, offering incredible views of the ocean, mansions and more.

Designated as a National Recreation Trail in 1975, the Cliff Walk starts at the western end of Easton's Beach at Memorial Boulevard and runs south, ending at Bellevue Avenue by Bailey's Beach (more commonly known as Rejects Beach).

About two-thirds of the path is in easy walking condition. Parts of the southern half are rougher, running along the natural and rocky shore line. Walkers pass at their own risk. Some spots are just a few feet from abrupt drops of more than 70 feet, which are hidden by wild bushes and weeds. Poison ivy is also an issue in the summer months.

Proper walking shoes are strongly encouraged.

 

Rovensky Park
Bellevue Ave & Rovensky Ave, Newport, RI 02840
Rovensky Park is an excellent place to take a nap in the sun, go dog walking, have a picnic or exercise. The park isMore located down Bellevue Avenue towards the cliff walk, separate from the bustle of downtown Newport. The space was donated as parkland by John E. Rovensky in memory of his wife, Mae Cadwell Rovensky, in 1959.
Reject's Beach
Coggeshall Ave & Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI 02840
Located at the end of the Cliff Walk off Bellevue Avenue, the cleverly-named Reject's Beach is a small coastal area onMore the edge of the exclusive Bailey's Beach private club. Reject's is accessible to the public and offers clean waters and white sand. No parking or other facilities are available.
Lila Delman Real Estate
3 Memorial Blvd, Newport, RI 02840
With offices in all the beachfront communities in Rhode Island, Lila Delman Real Estate is a go-to agency for anyoneMore seeking property to own or rent on or near the beach. The Newport branch is located at the corner of Bellevue Avenue and Memorial Boulevard abutting the Tennis Hall of Fame and the Travers Block. Whether you are looking for a historic mansion on Newport's famed Cliff Walk or a summer cottage, Lila Delman can help. It also has a rental division for students, vacationers or anyone else looking to rent in Aquidneck Island. Other Lila Delman offices are located in Jamestown, Narragansett, Watch Hill and Block Island.
Cliffside Inn
2 Seaview Ave, Newport, RI 02840

If you stay at this distinguished Newport bed-and-breakfast, be sure to take a stroll down to the water. At the endMore of Seaview Avenue, you'll find an entrance to the Cliff Walk and one of the most beautiful views of the Newport shore. 

The Inn is also the former home of the legendary Beatrice Turner, a mysterious artist who summered in the house, her lone figure seen regularly on the shoreline at dusk. Her life works, discovered after her death in 1948, included over 1,000 self-portraits, and these paintings still decorate the walls of the Cliffside Inn. 

Cliffside Inn has all of the modern amenities for a romantic getaway, from an extensive wine bar to spa services and "high tea" served every afternoon.   

Easton's Beach
175 Memorial Blvd, Newport, RI 02840

Easton's Beach is Newport's largest public ocean surf beach. The 3/4-mile-long beach runs along Memorial Boulevard atMore the start of the Cliff Walk and features a free playground, waterslides, a skate park, bumper boats, a carousel, Beach Bounce and more.

Public facilities include restrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, a shade pavilion, bathhouse rentals, a picnic and grill area, bike racks, first aid, pay phones, an elevator and beach wheelchairs for persons with disabilities, food concession stands and two public parking lots.

Beach chairs, umbrellas, boogie boards, bathhouses and surfboards are also for rent daily.

Weddings and other private events can be held at Easton's Beach, which features a newly refurbished ballroom. Environmental nonprofit Save the Bay also has its Exploration Center and Aquarium housed here.

Free family concerts are held Tuesday evenings in July and August. Children's shows are held Thursday evenings during the same months. Other community events, including National Night Out and a Summer Beach Party, are also held at Easton's.

No ball playing, Frisbee throwing or kite flying is allowed on the beach at any time. Animals, flotation devices and alcohol are also prohibited.

Parking is available for $10 on weekdays and $15/$20 on weekends and holidays. Season passes are also available.