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.
So my wife and I stayed here back in August, we enjoy Stony Brook and thought we would stay the night. We had a small room but it was nice and we enjoyed ourselves. While sitting at their bar my wife decided she wanted to come for our 28th wedding anniversary, so I walked up to the main desk and reserved a specific room with their anniversary package, paying in advance for the room and package. Fast forward a month and it's our anniversary, we go to check in, they had our reservation but no record of the anniversary package and they gave our room away! They did attempt to give us another room which I think is their wedding suite. The room smelled musty, the carpets where stained beyond belief, the fire place did not work, it was just awful. We wound up staying in the small room we had a month ago. In the morning I went to check out and asked to see the manager, they where to busy to see us and sent the person who was helping us back to say she could refund the difference of the room rate. We walked out feeling used and abused, never again!…
My lobster roll at the restaurant was fabulous! However the room was very disappointing. I thought I was stepping into a remake of Psycho. Yes, it was clean, however the furniture was stained, one K-cup for regular coffee and an annoying loud duct taped air conditioner. Three hundred dollars. Really? And no breakfast as advertised online.
So I travel quite frequently and experience 2 star to 5 star properties..I try to rate honestly and open minded for fellow travelers. So here it is: First:the staff treats you as if you're royalty, seriously, unbelievable treatment. Second: the property is perfectly contrasted between old world charm and modern living. Third: location, location, location... in the heart of beautiful Stony Brook! Lastly: I could go on for a long time, but the bottom line is phenomenal! OH WAIT FOR IT... THE RESTAURANT ON PROPERTY IS ☆☆☆☆☆ YES IT IS! YOU MUST GO! Ronald made it all I have written here..
We like to stay overnight on Christmas Eve at someplace charming and magical. The Three Village Inn was the perfect choice. It’s always beautifully decorated at this time of year. The lobby was cozy and bright with an open fireplace and plates of cookies. The host who greeted us was exceptionally kind and hospitable. It felt like a home away from home. The cottage room was lovely and quiet, with a view of the harbor. I’m always a little nervous about not sleeping well in any hotel, but that turned out to be a non-issue to say the least. The bed, the pillows, and the comforter were utterly extraordinary. I think I may have had the best sleep of the year there! I had to write them later and ask where they purchase their pillows, mattresses and comforters. The quality of those articles make such a difference in comfort and restfulness. Delicious coffee and a light breakfast made Christmas morning a delight. We’ve found a new Christmas tradition. I can’t wait to go back next year. Next time we will get the cottage room with a fireplace. Three Village Inn is a Long Island treasure. Even if you don’t stay there, treat yourself to a holiday season Brunch at their restaurant and enjoy the absolutely charming town of StonyBrook, a must-see at Christmas!…
We found ourselves in Long Island for a friends engagement. It was a wonderful but exhausting day. We were in bed by 9:30. At 12:30 we were rudely awaken by a loud pounding at our door. It was hotel staff. He began to shout "We have had multiple reports of marijuana smell coming from this room. There is a $250 fee for smoking in your room." Surely everyone in the surrounding rooms was awoken by this too. I was in shock and the worker was gone before I could even react or respond. The accusation was false and handled in the most classless way imaginable. After such an alarming experience I could barely sleep. I did not mention the incident at checkout as the threatened charge did not appear. I was still very upset but did not want to be subjected to further public humiliation from this false accusation. I called later to speak to the manager, Ryan, who was quite disinterested. He did not apologize, confirmed their policy is in fact to shout through guests doors in the middle of the night and referred to my humiliation as an inconvenience. I travel extensively and I have never been treated this way or had a hotel be so indiscreet and classless.…