First off, the B&B is a little hard to find. It's behind the house that's labeled 1702. We pulled into 1702's sign and it was this make shift trailer home next to a remodelled house, we thought we had been scammed because it didnt look anything like the website. To our relief, the B&B was BEHIND the remodelled home and we were knocking on the organic farmer neighbor's house. PHEW! They are newly opened and the signs are just 8x10 pieces of laminated paper taped to the fence. Do not let this influence you though, the place itself is very nice. Dean designed and built the house and it's beautiful. We stayed in the Mecox Room. It has it's own bathroom, but the room is small. We figured we weren't going to stay in our room so it didnt make sense to splurge on a larger room anyway. There are no tv's and the wi-fii doesn't work upstairs, you have to go downstairs. The first days breakfast was crepes with fresh whipped cream and berries. Wonderful. The second days breakfast left us a little disappointed, it was just bagels and scones which we felt we could get at the Holiday Inn. I was disappointed that there were no sweet treats out for us in the afternoon, every B&B I'd ever been to had cookies or treats out for the guests as a nice little homey touch. This B&B felt more like a hostel than a true B&B, but they are GREAT people and I have faith they'll step it up. Seriously, great people.
Location: United States > New York > Long Island > Hamptons > Sag Harbor
Beach Free Parking Kitchenette
Ranked #1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Sag Harbor
Price Range: $150 - $295 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A well-appointed bed and breakfast located just south of Main Street in Sag Harbor. Built in 2006. All rooms have private baths and wireless web access. Breakfast on the porch in the summer and in our dinning room all year. We have central a/c to keep things comfortable. In the winter sit by our hearth and relax in the warmth. In the summer enjoy the shade on our expansive porch and deck. For a day a weekend or a week. One room or the whole house. ... more less