Golf, Polo, and Tennis
Newport National Golf Club
Named the #1 course in Rhode Island with public access by GolfWeek, the fast and firm Orchard Course at Newport National Golf Club features nearly 200 acres of breathtaking panoramas, including The Sakonnet Passage, Atlantic Ocean, and Narragansett Bay.
Green Valley Country Club
The Green Valley Country Club is an 18 hole championship course, located in picturesque Portsmouth, RI. Known as Newport area's finest semi-private country club, it is open to the public. Located in Portsmouth, RI - 7 miles from the hotel
Montaup Country Club
Close to historic Newport, Montaup Country Club is an 18-hole semi-private course. Our signature hole, the Par 5 16th, overlooks scenic Mt. Hope Bay and Bridge. A fairly open, flat course with tricky winds results in a good test of shot-making ability. Montaup Country Club is open year round for the diehard golf enthusiast and is located in Portsmouth, RI. Located in Portsmouth, RI - 13 miles from the hotel
Jamestown Golf Course
Jamestown Golf Course is a 9 hole Public golf course located in Rhode Island – Minutes from Newport, RI – come and play this inviting Links inspired course located within Narragansett Bay. Rolling fairways and generous driving areas make for a relaxing round, but the well-manicured greens will test your ability to read greens and putt at every hole. The golf course was first established in 1901 and the subtle history is evident throughout the open, wind-blown layout. Located in Jamestown, RI - 5 miles from the hotel
Rhode Island Country Club
Rhode Island Country Club is a picturesque private club located in Barrington, Rhode Island. The 18-hole course is a 1911 Donald Ross design with a combination of parkland, wooded and seaside holes, with the final four holes located on beautiful Narragansett Bay. Located in Barrington, RI - 23 miles from hotel
Newport International Polo
The Newport Polo Club, the functioning body of the Westchester Polo Club, is America’s first polo club. The matches are open to the public, and take place on the polo grounds of historic Glen Farm in Portsmouth, a bucolic setting on the outskirts of Newport, Rhode Island. Bring a picnic to enjoy and partake in the traditional divot stomp at each game
Tennis Hall of Fame
Designated by the International Tennis Federation as the official Hall of Fame, The International Tennis Hall of Fame Museum showcases the history as well as many important artifacts of the game. Only 235 players, contributors, and administrators have been chosen for induction by a distinguished panel of 125 voters that represent all facets of the game from all around the world. While you’re visiting, don’t forget to bring your racquet so you can play on the same grass courts where many of the greatest champions have played.