Yankee Peddler Inn

113 Touro St, Newport, 02840-2968, RI

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While the Yankee Peddler Inn largely caters to couples, families are welcome at this B&B in downtown Newport, Rhode Island. Family-friendly accommodations include a Superior Two-Queen Suite and bi-level apartment with a kitchenette. All rooms are equipped with complimentary bottled water and free Wi-Fi, which works well throughout the charming property.

Perks at the Yankee Peddler Inn include complimentary continental breakfast, comprising cheese, meat, hard-boiled eggs, fruit, cold and hot cereal and an assortment of breads and pastries. Coffee, tea and juice are also served. In the afternoon, chocolate chip cookies and coffee are served. Families will also enjoy the cozy rooftop deck.

The Yankee Peddler Inn is within walking distance of Thames Street and Broadway Street, where you’ll find a wide array of shops and kid-friendly restaurants.

Parking is free, with one space available per unit.

Our Editor Loves

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free breakfast
  • Apartment with kitchenette

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes


Good location, helpful staff, but can be noisy

by Ron R

The Yankee Peddler is an old building (1830's I think) and has much character but does not have the facilities a modern hotel would have. The big advantage is the location, just a short walk to the historic centre of Newport. Our room was in the Carriage House, right by the road and there was traffic noise and the noise of passers-by. A room in the main house might be better. Breakfast was plain, but substantial. Staff were very friendly and helpful, and helped organise parking for everyone in the small car park.

Looks are deceiving

by Nancy P

We recently spent two nights at Yankee Peddler in one of the rooms in the carriage house. Upon arrival I was a little concerned in seeing the outside of the building where our room was but was pleasantly surprised once we entered. It was spacious and comfortable (except for the wicker settee that is in desperate need of new cushions!). We were lucky to have quiet neighbors because you hear every creak and groan of people walking and using the stairs. A storm was parked off the coast the two days we were there and we experienced 30+ mph winds and horizontal rain. Luckily we had rain gear so we could still walk everywhere in town within 5-15 minutes. Breakfast was just okay but we did get fresh from the oven muffins and croissants our first morning. Bagels, toast, dry cereal, hard boiled eggs and oatmeal were the main offerings.