We decided to go to the North Fork to celebrate our anniversary. We choose the Harvest Inn as it was recommended by friends who stayed there in the summer. Place is beautiful and very well kept. Our room was very nice and comfortable. Breakfast was prepared by Ursula every morning, and she constantly surprised us with delicious items. We would highly recommend this B&B to anyone who appreciates good hospitality and great food.
That was our greeting as we arrived. And it was like a home away from home. Ursula is a wonderful hostess and carefully prepares a multi-course breakfast each day. The inn is beautiful and well cared for. The rooms are well lit, clean and beautifully decorated. The common spaces are very inviting, especially the wrap around porch with its large and comfortable chairs. Very close to the wineries and to Greenport. We'll be back.
We booked the Inn for our anniversary. When we were a bit late, a phone to the inn started off with either be here or forfeit your room. Rooms were clean but towels limited. Breakfast was less than stellar which was what I was expecting with a brownie served as hard as a rock. Dining area was bland and not like the previous 10 years. There was a change in ownership that left us flat. Will find another place to celebrate our anniversary.
The Harvest Inn is a beautiful venue. Rooms are very nicely appointed and each has its own bathroom! Christina is a wonderful hostess! Breakfast was great, too! Everthing was locally source and much of it was from their own garden. My wife and I had a lovely time.
The hospitality that Cristina and Ursula bring to the Harvest Inn is second to none. They are the new owners of a very well established B & B. They hit the ground running and haven’t missed a beat! On our anniversary Cristina served my wife and mimosas to celebrate the occasion. Ursula who is a pastry chef by trade, makes the butter on table breakfast fresh daily! On our anniversary she made two hearts of butter. These two women are trying their absolute best serve and please you. Give them a shot... I did and it was damn well worth it!