Circa 1890 Dudley Newton designed New England tea house. The home later served as the clubhouse for the Sachuest Golf Course before the property was subdivided after World War II. Today the Clubhouse is an ideal New England getaway for family and friends (sleeps 8). Located about 1 mile from Second Beach and a short drive to the heart of the Newport marina district. Sachuest Way is a quiet street in a remote area of Middletown. The property sits on almost two acres of land and abuts the Norman Bird Sanctuary.
Four Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Bike to Second Beach and Sachuest Wildlife Refuge
- english, french
- Calendar last updated:
- Jan 18, 2019
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
House was very charming. Plenty of room. Everything that was needed was supplied.
House was very charming. Lots of character. Plenty of room. Nice size property. Everything that was needed was supplied. Would definitely go back.
Sachets Golf Clubhouse in Middletown
This is a great house. Plenty of room for all and so much quiet. Lots of room but cozy and warm in a bit of a cold snap. Deer in the front yard each evening. The house itself was well stocked and very clean.
We were in town for a wedding and all three parties we needed to attend were within 15-20 minutes yet we felt we were in the countryside. Wonderful.
Thanks Kathy. Delighted you enjoyed your stay at the Clubhouse.
The perfect family place
We gathered here as an extended family that included two month old twins and a three year old. There were five adults who came from Asheville, NC and New Orleans, LA to celebrate my mother, their grandmother, and great grandmother. The house held us perfectly. The space was great, it is equipped with all anyone could want, and it was clean and easy to manage. The property, near the beach, and near my sister, was the perfect place for a boisterous three year old and all the grown ups who gathered. We had dinner for 9 one night and there were plenty of seats at the lovely dining room table. Plenty of dishes and pots and pans! Great place!
YAY! I am so happy everything worked Aliya. Thanks for your kind words.
Beautiful and Comfortable Old Home!
Four of us (two couples) stayed in this home for four nights recently. What a lovely property it is! The home is situated on a quiet street, and although there are homes nearby, it is quite private. We enjoyed sitting out on the back porch mornings and evenings. This over 100 year old home is full of interesting nooks and crannies like the servants' stairs and butler's pantry. Yet, we loved the modern touches like the updated bathrooms and washer and dryer. The kitchen is equipped nicely. We appreciated having ample supplies of towels, toilet paper, paper towels and laundry detergent. Be sure to check out the Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge nearby for a nice walk and pretty sunsets. And it's only about a 10 minute drive to Newport for great restaurants, shopping and tourist attractions. We all definitely recommend this home to anyone visiting the area!
Great house to stay in.
We loved staying here. The house has plenty of space both inside and outside. It has everything you need and is located in a quiet neighbourhood but within close driving distance to the beach, Newport and Middletown. Would definitely come back.
Beautiful property in a charming neighborhood
We love staying in Middletown, close to Newport but far enough away so it's quiet and not so crazy. This house was perfect for our group. Very quiet neighborhood, not a place if you want to party. Huge back yard with deer in the evening and hawks flying through. Could even see the fireworks from the beach one night.
Hugh back porch with comfortable furniture to chill and relax.
The main attractions in the area are the Newport yachting and marina facilities. The International Tennis Hall of Fame, touring the mansions of the Guilded Age and the colonial history of Newport. If you are more attracted to leisure and eco-tourism, the Sakonnet National Wildlife Refuge, the Norman Bird Sanctuary and 2nd Beach are a short bike ride away.