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The 1770 House

East Hampton, New York, United States

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PROPERTY FEATURES

The Premises 

The 1770 House boutique hotel in East Hampton is a picket-fenced posy of lush gardens, antique furnishings, primly pastel wallpaper, swags and valances. Wifi, iPod docks and flatscreen TVs keep its homely nostalgia in check, as does the impressive restaurant, where a seasonal menu of locally sourced surf and turf is served in a deceptively modest, candlelit dining room.

The 1770 House

143 Main Street East Hampton, New York 11937United States

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At the Hotel 

CHECK-OUT: 11am (later by request when feasible); earliest check-in, 2pm. Please inform the hotel in advance of your estimated arrival time.
Rates include breakfast and, in high season, a beach parking pass. Same-day bookings can sometimes be arranged – just give our Smith24 gang a call.

FACILITIES

Gardens, free WiFi. In rooms: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, Dean & Deluca snacks.

PACKING TIPS

A cashmere layer to take the chill off terrace dining or ocean-side evening strolls.

ECO-FRIENDLY

To ensure the safety of our staff and guests during these unprecedented times, we have made the decision to temporarily close our hotel. We apologize for any inconvenience, please check back at a later time wheen travel restrictions in the area have lifted. We look forward to hosting you in the future when the world is a much safer and happier place. We appreciate you, thank you for understanding.

POOL

None on site, but you can use the pool and patio tucked behind a thicket of white pines at sister property, East Hampton Point (up Three Mile Harbor Road).

ALSO

No pets. You’ll need to stay at least three nights over July, August and public-holiday weekends.
Picnic on the beach with an indulgent hotel hamper tailored to your tastes (book the day before).

USEFUL INFORMATION

Please provide an estimated time of arrival when booking. 1770 House would like that information to better prepare for your arrival. The tax rate includes a service charge of 5%.

Rooms 

For a family or two couples, the elegant cream-beige Carriage House is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage in the garden that’s more urban in style than the main house – with khaki-cream plain walls, vaulted ceilings upstairs and gleaming cherry furniture. Romantic Room Six with softly patterned fawn wallpaper and coral-blossomed curtains should really be called the Garden Room, with its private porch entrance onto the lawn. And oyster-striped Room Five feels like a private cosy-cream annexe, in the attic with its own staircase and separate bathroom.

Food & Drink 

Unforgettable Features 

In this candlelit 12-table dining room, oriental rugs, rattan chairs and floral seat cushions feel as homely as Thanksgiving at auntie’s, but chef Michael Rozzi’s menu, featuring dishes such as hand-cut fettucine with house-made rabbit sausage or seared montauk fluke with butternut squash broth, is no turkey, with ingredients that are seasonal and local wherever possible. Take it onto the terrace and dine around the fountain on starlit summer nights.

Liquid Bliss 

Historic speakeasy, the Tavern is a small, dimly lit bar in the basement with bench seating, stained glass windows and exposed brickwork. Here, you can dine informally on burgers, oysters, clams and the like. A cosier spot for a glass of cabernet is the library in the main house, which has fireside sofas.
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Experience the Extraordinary 

Slope off to a day-bed in the garden and lose yourself in a novel until your eyelids droop. If you must leave the house, traditional Hamptons pursuits include browsing the galleries in East Hampton and Sag Harbor; trawling the boutiques outside your door on Main Street and the Circle; hanging with the surf crowd in boho Montauk; whiling the day away on the beach – try mansion-fringed Coopers Beach in Southampton or the sandy flats of Main Beach in East Hampton.

Transportation 

Planes 

The nearest airport is Islip MacArthur (+1 631 467 3210; www.macarthurairport.com), 50 miles from East Hampton (around a 90-minute drive). JFK and LaGuardia are both around 80 miles away. If you’re feeling fancy, arrive at East Hampton Airport by seaplane with Sound Aircraft Services (+1 631 537 2202).

Trains 

Long Island Rail Road’s Montauk line (www.lirr.org) will get you to East Hampton from New York's Penn Station in just under three hours. The Cannonball (express train), departing on Fridays in the summer, is even faster.

Automobiles 

For car hire, Avis have a desk at MacArthur Airport. Bus options along the Long Island Expressway include the Hampton Luxury Liner and Hampton Jitney.

Other 

Yacht-owning seafarers can sail the Long Island Sound and moor up somewhere in Gardiners Bay or Three Mile Harbour.

Location

143 Main Street East Hampton, New York 11937United States

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