93 Pelham Street
Newport, RI 02840


The Adele Turner Inn sits quietly tucked away in one of Newport, Rhode Island's most historic neighborhoods, amid two and three-century-old homes. It is quintessential Newport.

Framed by 27 distinctive round-top windows, the elegant Victorian was built in 1855 on the first gas-lit street in America. Adele Turner Inn is also on the National Historic Register.

Adele Turner Inn showcases a luxurious collection of 12 distinctively designed and decorated guest quarters. All room styles feature: private bath, grand king or queen bed, gas fireplace, fine linens, antiques, and an artwork collection highlighted by 10 portraits of Adele Turner -- painted by her daughter, legendary Newport artist Beatrice Turner.