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A stay at the Newport Belle is a refreshingly different and sort of magical experience. Sleeping on a boat in a working harbor; breathing the wonderful fresh air; listening to the waves lap on boats outside your window; and sharing the experience with visitors from...More
We stayed on the Newport Belle for two nights over Labor Day weekend. Nancy and Michael are incredible hosts, and had tons of knowledge of the area. They directed us to the best seafood and attractions! We will be back to stay here when we...More
The Newport Belle is an absolutely amazing experiance!
Beautiful very comfortable rooms , excellent breakfasts,great snacks,Rogue Beer and the best hosts ever!!
Nancy and Michael are warm and welcoming and make you feel very much at ease . They truly went out of their way...More
Warm welcome guaranteed at this lovely quirky moored riverboat in Newport harbour. You can watch the fishing boats being launched during your (delicious) breakfast and then seen the fishermen cleaning and filleting their catch in the evening. Comfy rooms with lovely little details and really...More
Very cool place to stay in Newport. It's paddle boat built to be a bed and breakfast in the harbor with other boats. You can hear a ton of sea lions barking on the pier. Great places on the pier to eat and drink. B&B...More
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We had a hire car with us and were directed to a parking spot within the harbour area. There is no parking directly at the gangway and you will get a ticket if you park there for any length of time. However we were able to... More
We had a hire car with us and were directed to a parking spot within the harbour area. There is no parking directly at the gangway and you will get a ticket if you park there for any length of time. However we were able to park close and see the vehicle from our room. The area seemed safe enough and seemed to only be frequented by people using the harbour facilities.