If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Stony Brook, look no further than Three Village Inn.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Three Village Inn features a concierge, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Three Village Hotel, free parking is available.
Travelers looking to enjoy some filet mignon can head to Country House.
If you are interested in exploring Stony Brook, check out a history museum, such as Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages.
The staff at Three Village Inn looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We stayed in cottages. They were very clean nd freshly painted. Shower in#15 very old. The outside walks of brick and cobblestone leading to hotel nd cottages are very much in need of repair. Especially, in the dark, they are an accident waiting to happen. Charming grounds nd view. Please improve maintenance. Brunch OK.
We stayed in the Woodhull Cottage and it was not what we had expected. I’m certain the pictures on the website were taken the day after the buildings were completed and ready for occupancy….the place was run down. The grounds surrounding the buildings were also unkept….the dumpster was close enough, that we had a horrific odor every time we ventured outside to our vehicle. Finding staff for towels, etc.was nearly impossible…we rummaged around to locate the linens ourselves. Also, we paid for a harbor view….what a joke….if you squated and twisted, you could catch a very tiny glimpse of water. We will not be returning, but be glad to stay at a nearby Hilton or Holiday Inn….we physically saw those rooms, and they are what they claim to be, and almost half the price.
We checked into cottage 22 for three nights to celebrate a family wedding. We had a fireplace & harbor view. It was a rustic & shabby chic sparse room with a comfortable queen bed & full size bed / chair. We had a dated Keuric, LG television with cable and a phone that kept flashing. We asked & were given extra paper products & towels. Our room felt very dark. We were walking around in heels & dress clothing dodging animal droppings on uneven pavers. It was rainy so the property was very muddy & we ended up driving 50 ft to the venue because walking was dicey in the dark. The small a/c did not cool our room & it’s the beginning of May. An ice bucket or refrigerator would have been nice. The toilet was a real issue, it did not flush properly or consistently. For over $250 per night we expected to be more comfortable.…
Booked a room with a fireplace and a harbor view for our anniversary. We checked in to find they moved us to a room with neither. Went up to talk to a manager twice. I finally got a call back and was told something broke in the room we were supposed to stay in and with a wedding there all other rooms were booked. So we got a room with nothing I signed up for, paper thin walls so I can hear the wedding party next door and a "cabin" that badly needs to be updated. When the manager finally called I was basically told Sorry tough luck....here's $50 off. All in all a massive disappointment
We're pretty easy to please in hotel rooms, but ended up leaving after only one night. The small room in one of the cottages (not in main part of the hotel) was badly in need of repair. The bathtub was dripping fast, toilet seat broken, toilet actually broke because the inside mechanism was totally rusted through. The whole toilet should have been replaced years ago. The king bed was so soft we sank in after an exhausting cross-country flight. Woke up with stiff necks. The towels were actually ratty and felt like dollar store quality but seemed clean. The kicker was seeing how a print on the wall had been scotch taped together. I question having the drapes hanging right onto the floor heater. Is that safe?The wooden steps leading into the building were small and slightly tilted, so hard to navigate while carrying in a suitcase.This may have been a great place to stay in the 1950s but is very bad now. And this was described as a deluxe king room. Hardly.…
The food here is good, not great. The service was good and nine of us were comfortable at a big table. We only had dinner here and didn't stay at the hotel. I don't think I'd go back there to eat, it really wasn't anything special.
I just stayed at Cottage nine at Three Village Inn and was quite disappointed. The bathroom was stained and dirty in the corners. Very dated and not quaint. One of the towels a had hard black crusty stains as well as being threadbare. Not recommended.
Very disappointing. Was looking forward to the stay at this historic inn. Great location across from Stony Brook Harbor. Room smelled strongly of mildew. Beds were so soft we sunk in uncomfortably. Then in the morning, lawn work started at 8 am, with chain saws cutting down limbs and a wood chipper right in the parking lot outside our room! I had Zoom meetings planned which I had to cancel until I relocated. Went to the office about the problem and no one was there! I knew that the restaurant was closed but didn’t know the office was closed too. There was a number to call, but no one called me back!! So I left and checked into another hotel! The next day, I stopped by and talked to the manager, and she was very cooperative in giving me a refund.
We stayed 4 nights that was over the weekend. The cottage was ok with a nice view of the Long Island sound. There was a small refrigerator and coffee maker but no plates or utensils. We had dinner in the Inn’s Mirabelle restaurant (Tavern side which is more colorful than in the restaurant) The dinner was very good as we have eaten here before but our first time staying here. No breakfasts were available. There is the quaint Stony Brook village that is less than 5 minute walk away. We did find couple of cafes that served breakfasts. Because we stayed over the weekend it was super expensive and for that reason I would think the decor and amenities would be much nicer for the rate we paid.
I got married here on 1/17/2021 and it was amazing! The staff was great, the room is beautiful, everyone was so helpful and made our special day even better. The manager Adam is my favorite person! Super helpful, hard working and all around nice guy. If i had to redo my wedding, i would do everything the same. Thank you Adam & Three Village Inn
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