From Westhampton Beach to Amagansett, we have curated a list of the most coveted hotels on the South Fork of the East End, a region of Long Island also known as the Hamptons. These charming and luxurious hotels across the Hamptons have everything from a spa sanctuary with a private pool and gourmet dining to standalone cottages with cozy fireplaces and private patios.
The Baker House 1650
Considered to be the finest bed and breakfast in the Hamptons, The Baker House 1650 is located on Main Street in the historic East Hampton Village. The 17th century Cotswold-inspired architecture possesses a refined experience for guests with stunning modern accommodations and conveniences. These include a daily gourmet seated breakfast, a grand family room, and of course The Baker Spa just downstairs from the main level.
The Baker Spa includes a hydra jacuzzi soaking tub, eucalyptus steam shower, sauna, and endless swimming pool. Note that use of the spa is exclusive for guests of The Baker House 1650.
Outside, guests can explore the stunning English gardens and relax during the summer months in their infinity-edge pool. During the summer, complimentary parking passes are available for the nearby East Hampton Village Beaches. Guests may also bring provided Frette beach towels, umbrellas, and chairs to the beach.
In-room amenities include a Bose iPod Dock, On-Demand & DVD player, iron & ironing board, purified heat and air conditioning, and Frette guest slippers and robes.
Guests aged 10 years and older are welcome to stay at The Baker House.
Nearby Points of Interest: Georgica Beach, Levain Bakery, Mulford Farm Museum, and The Clubhouse.
Located in the historic village of Sag Harbor, Baron’s Cove features a nautically inspired hotel lobby, bar and lounge with cozy wood burning fireplaces. Just outside the lounge is a breezy front porch and stunning side veranda. This seaside hotel is also home to a classic all-American restaurant. Baron’s Cove boasts sweeping views of the Sag Harbor Marina and is home to one of the best sunset views in the Hamptons.
This Hamptons resort has 67 luxurious rooms that include rooms with a private garden terrace, harbor loft suites with balconies, village rooms, and dog-friendly rooms.
Family friendly amenities include their heated saltwater pool, tennis court, fitness studio, spa services, summer culinary events, and complimentary beach service with transportation, and more.
Baron’s Cove is the only venue in Sag Harbor featuring live entertainment every night during the summer season. The hotel, just a short walk from Main Street, is open year-round.
Nearby Points of Interest: The American Hotel, Sag Harbor Whaling Museum, The Beacon, and Bay Street Theater.
Beach and Bay Bungalows
Beach and Bay Bungalows are located on Dune Road in Westhampton Beach. The Bungalows have just reopened two years ago after extensive renovations as the former Beehive Bungalows.
The Bungalows sleep between four and six guests. These bayside bungalows include a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, deck, BBQ space, sunroom, and more. Outdoor amenities include a cooler, outdoor shower, and patio furniture.
Inside, guests have the comfort of air conditioning, heating, hot water, full kitchen amenities like a refrigerator, oven, dishes and silverware, and more. Complimentary Wi-Fi, and parking are also available. Bicycles are available for exploring the Westhampton Beach neighborhood.
Beach and Bay Bungalows is open seasonally through mid-October.
Nearby Points of Interest: John Scott’s Surf Shack, Rogers Beach, Pike’s Beach, and Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.
Bridgehampton Inn & Restaurant
Bridgehampton Inn & Restaurant is set on Montauk Highway at the edge of the Village of Bridgehampton. This private and spacious inn includes refined country elements as well as furniture and accents from around the world. Each room is ‘distinctively curated’ and reflects the beauty and comfort of the Hamptons. Outside in the backyard, guests will find lush gardens and patios. Adjacent to the Inn is the Loaves & Fishes Cookshop, a must visit while visiting the East End.
Inside the Bridgehampton Inn you’ll find gracious country textures. From the Original 1795 Room to the newly rendered 2015 rooms, every hand-chosen detail comes together to create a refined experience for all visitors to the Inn. Our Innkeeper Cerene will assist you in choosing the best room for your stay at the Bridgehampton Inn.
Their dinner menu by Chef Alejandro Osorio is one of the most unique dining concepts in the Hamptons. This is because their menus change daily and with the season. The dishes on the menu also feature the best available local ingredients.
Open all year, dinner is served Wednesday-Sunday beginning at 5:30pm. The restaurant is also very well known for their signature, artisanal cocktails. Breakfast is served daily from 8am to 10:30am and is offered for guests and visitors alike.
Nearby Points of Interest: Loaves & Fishes, Bobby Van’s, Bridge Garden, and Fairview Farm.
EHP Resort & Marina
EHP Resort & Marina is set on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton just minutes away from the village. EHP Resort opened in May of 2021 after revamping the former space formerly known as East Hampton Point.
The waterfront resort is also home to an onsite restaurant named Sí Sí that transport guests to their favorite coastal Mediterranean getaway. The restaurant also boasts one of the Hamptons’ best sunset view. The menu delivers a classic but innovative take on renowned cuisine from the likes of Italy, Spain, Greece, Morocco and Turkey.
The luxurious accommodations include a choice of four Suites, ranging from one to three bedrooms, and 13 one- and two-bedroom cottages. Amenities include Frette bedding and Acqua di Parma products.
For locals, guests and boaters looking to grab a quick bite can visit EHP’s Buongiorno. This gourmet eatery offers a range of gourmet Italian pastries, grab-and-go beverages and snacks throughout the day. Merchandise is also available at the Resort Shop in Buongiorno.
Nearby Points of Interest: Pollock-Krasner House, Harbor Bistro, Maidstone Park Beach, and East Hampton Grill.
Shou Sugi Ban House
Shou Sugi Ban House is set far back from Montauk Highway in Water Mill, just outside the town of Southampton. This wabi-sabi inspired wellness retreat and destination spa that incorporates many forms of wellness ranging from sound healing to reiki to yoga to hikes on the beach.
Overnight retreats at any one of Shou Sugi Ban House’s thirteen rooms include a daily morning movement class, signature breakfast and access to the saltwater swimming pool, Main Barn lounge with fireplace and reading library, fire lounge, movement pavilion, solarium deck, and cherry orchard.
The signature breakfast menu includes seasonal porridge, miso soup, farm raised soft-boiled eggs, house-made granola, chia seed pudding with oat milk, and more.
Each room accommodates between one and two guests and features either a king or queen bed with views of the saltwater pool. In-room amenities include Organic Sasawashi slippers, a nightly in-room seasonal soak, signature Shou Sugi Ban House soaps, sustainable bamboo toothbrushes, in-room safe, and much more.
Nearby Points of Interest: The Watermill Center, Parrish Art Museum, Duck Walk Vineyards, and Hampton Coffee Company.
The 15-room seaside boutique hotel has a rustic and refined design inspired by nature in its historic cottages and barn. Hotel and cottage guests can expect 2 acres of landscaped luscious gardens perfect for daytime picnics or BBQ dinners, luxurious amenities, and more.
Conveniently located on Main Street, The Roundtree is easily accessible from the Hampton Jitney stop and less than a mile from the Long Island Railroad. Formerly known as Gansett Green Manor, The Roundtree is a short walk from the ocean, restaurants, boutique shops, and historic landmarks.
The Roundtree Hotel is also kid friendly. Nightly s’mores, lawn games, and beach toys are some of several amenities offered for their youngest guests.
Guests of The Roundtree Hotel may also take part in curated signature experiences, for an additional cost. These include a private tour of the Parrish Art Museum, a guided walking tour of Amagansett, a beach bonfire, or cooking class to name a few.
Nearby Points of Interest: The Stephen Talkhouse, Indian Wells Beach, Amagansett Square, and Amber Waves Farm.
The 1708 House
The 1708 House is a refined bed and breakfast on Main Street in Southampton Village, located within an easy walking distance of several notable shops, restaurants, museums, and art galleries.
The 1708 House is open year-round and boasts a collection of stunning 18 century styled rooms and suites. Amenities may include a private bath, exposed beams, and a tub and shower combination. There are also three cottages onsite. A continental breakfast is served each morning.
Nearby Points of Interest: Coopers Beach, Tutto Il Giorno, Agawam Park, Southampton Historical Museum.
The 1770 House
The 1770 House is located in the heart of East Hampton Village’s historic district on Main Street. This stunning 18th century colonial house is home to a year-round boutique bed and breakfast and restaurant.
The elegant restaurant and downstairs cozy tavern both serve New American cuisine filled with local bounty. The menu is created by Executive Chef Michael Rozzi. The 250-bottle wine list is overseen by Wine Director Michael Cohen.
The luxurious B&B has six guestrooms and a two-level carriage house with old-fashioned comforts and modern conveniences.
Nearby Points of Interest: Guild Hall, Ladies Village Improvement Society, Main Beach, and Round Swamp Farm.
Topping Rose House
Topping Rose House is located on the corner of Main Street and the Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike and is considered to be one of the very best hotels in the Hamptons. This year-round luxurious boutique resort offers 16 spacious contemporary guestrooms and six one-bedroom suites. Amenities in each room include Frette linens, bathrobes by SFERRA, and bath amenities by Farmaesthetics.
Their onsite restaurant, Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House has a New American, farm-to-table menu. Their dishes are crafted using local ingredients sourced from the area’s fisherman and farms. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner year-round, and brunch on the weekends.
The hotel also has a heated outdoor pool, poolside cocktail service during the summer season, fitness classes, spa services, and regular events from rosé and champagne parties to poolside parties during the summer months.
Nearby Points of Interest: Children’s Museum of the East End, South Fork Natural History Museum & Nature Center, Open Minded Organics, and Channing Daughters Winery.