Unique Pair of Summer Vacation Packages Add One-Of-A-Kind Tennis Experience and Classic New England Coastal Getaway

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Rhode Island's top-rated luxury inn group, the Legendary Inns of Newport, unveils two new summer getaway packages designed to offer unique experiences at a good value in one of New England's most popular oceanside destinations -- Newport, Rhode Island.

We’re all looking for a good value this summer and our Quintessential Newport Summer Getaway Package combines the luxury and service we’re known for, with the best Newport has to offer, from the beaches to the famous mansions – all at a good price

The Legendary Inns of Newport, Rhode Island’s top-rated luxury inn group, has unveiled two new summer getaway packages designed to offer unique vacation experiences at a good value in Newport, Rhode Island.

“We’re all looking for a good value this summer and our Quintessential Newport Summer Getaway Package combines the luxury and service we’re known for, with the best Newport has to offer, from the beaches to the famous mansions – all at a good price,” said Winthrop Baker, Group President, Legendary Inns of Newport. “Our VIP Tennis Play & Stay Package is an exclusive offering with the International Tennis Hall of Fame, that puts our guests on the finest grass courts in America – in fact, the very courts where tennis was born in this country. It’s Wimbledon in Newport. A one-of-a-kind tennis experience”

The Quintessential Newport Summer Getaway Package features two nights lodging at Clilffside Inn, Abigail Stoneman Inn or Adele Turner Inn, plus: two tickets for Newport’s well known Gilded Age mansions (or other top attractions); two tickets for vineyard tours and tastings (or harbor tour); and a Destination Newport coupon book worth $500 at various Newport, RI restaurants and shops. Package prices start at $200 a night (guest savings of $50 to $100 per night).

The VIP Tennis Play & Stay Package pairs the Legendary Inns with the Inter-national Tennis Hall of Fame, the birthplace of tennis in America, and home to the 13 finest grass courts in America. The best players in the world compete here and now guests can too. Tennis Week magazine named the VIP Package its top play & stay pick in Newport.

The VIP Package features an hour and a half of preferred grass court time, a can of tennis balls, plus complimentary racquets and admission to the Hall of Fame museum, which is for tennis, what Cooperstown is for baseball. Each July the Hall of Fame hosts the Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, the only U.S. men’s tournament played on grass, and the annual Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. The VIP Package can be added to any Legendary Inns reservation for $85 (court time alone – without the package – begins at $90). Doubles play is $170.

In addition to being the first AAA Four Diamond luxury inns in Rhode Island, the trio of well known B&Bs is also AAA’s top-rated Rhode Island property group. Both packages also include the luxury amenities and services the Legendary Inns is known for: warm hospitality and personal service; acclaimed afternoon tea (named one of America’s Top 20); multi-course breakfast; finely appointed suites and guest rooms with whirlpools, steam baths, grand beds, fireplaces, antiques and artwork; pillow menu; signature in-room spa service; and elegant locations near the beach and in-town.

Visit the Legendary Inns website for more information on either package: The Quintessential Newport Summer Getaway Package or for the VIP Tennis Play & Stay Package.

The Legendary Inns of Newport is a distinguished group of three boutique luxury Inns. All set in historic, Victorian homes, they have been meticulously restored and seamlessly blended with the finest modern amenities to produce unique, luxury bed and breakfast inns known for their refined elegance, grand style, warm hospitality and attentive service. The group includes Abigail Stoneman Inn, Cliffside Inn, Adele Turner Inn. For more information, visit the Legendary Inns of Newport media website.

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