Castle Hill Inn and Resort
Guest quarters at Castle Hill Inn retain the warmth and quiet luxury of 19th century seacoast life. For over a century, our pristine enclave with its lighthouse and Inn, once the summer residence of Harvard marine biologist Alexander Agassiz, has been one of Newport's most charming landmarks. Take a tour of our resort, or explore our accommodations on your own - stay in the Agassiz mansion (The Inn), the location of the award winning Turret Suite; or our Harbor House Rooms, Beach House Rooms, the Chalet or one of our Beach Cottages. Whatever your choice, Castle Hill Inn and Resort delivers an unmatched getaway in a superb oceanfront location. Visit our Inn and enjoy the charm and splendor of Victorian seacoast life yourself. Castle Hill Inn & Resort is proud to be a Relais & Chaeaux property. Relais & Chaeaux is an exclusive collection of the finest hotels and gourmet restaurants in 55 countries.
Hotel Address:Directions to Hotel
- Castle Hill Inn and Resort
- 590 Ocean Drive
- Newport, RI 02840
- United States
#1 When In Newport: Take right onto Thames Street (just past "Wave" statue). Continue down Thames to Wellington Avenue. Turn right onto Wellington Avenue. This is the beginning of the famous "Ocean Drive". At the first stop sign, turn right onto Harrison Avenue. At the second stop sign, turn right again onto Harrison Avenue. At the fork in the road, bear right onto Ridge Road. After going past the Coast Guard Station the road turns sharply to the right and then to the left. The Castle Hill entrance is the first driveway on the right. Follow the signs for Ocean Drive to help guide you through Newport. #2 From Route 24 South - From Boston Area: Take I-93 South, to Route 24 South, to Route 114 South, which becomes Broadway in Newport. Continue down Broadway to Washington Square. Take left onto Thames Street, pass Brick Market, then bear right to get to traffic light. At light, take left onto America's Cup Avenue (South), stay in right lane. (See #1). #3 From T.F. Green Airport (Providence): Take I-95 South towards New York. Take exit 9, LEFT EXIT! to Route 4 South to Route 138 East. Follow Route 138 over the Jamestown Bridge and then over the Newport Bridge. Take first exit off bridge (Scenic/Downtown Newport). Make right at end of exit ramp. At second light take right onto America's Cup Avenue. Stay in right hand lane. (See #1) #4 From I-95 North - From New York Area: From I-95 North, take exit 3A (in Rhode Island) to Route 138 East. Follow Route 138 over the Jamestown Bridge and then over the Newport Bridge. Take first exit off bridge (Scenic/Downtown Newport). Make right at end of exit ramp. At second light take right onto America's Cup Avenue. Stay in right hand lane. (See #1)
Private, elegant, Castle Hill Inn offers an appropriate setting for executive meetings and social events. From corporate retreats to fundraisers, lectures, business seminars, reunions, and large cocktail parties, the Castle Hill Inn staff has the experience and flexibility to enhance a variety of occasions.
Fine Dining on Site
The Mansion's chefs artfully craft fresh local fish, regional meats, and produce into a distinctly native, seasonal menu, served in four dining rooms. From appetizers to desserts, imaginative presentation and exceptional taste characterize Castle Hill Inn's fine dining experience.
All our spa services are performed in the privacy and comfort of your own room.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Spa Facility
- - Beach
- - Biking, Touring
- - Boating
- - Hiking
- - Jogging & Running
- - Sailing
- - Shopping
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