Until Thursday, April 19, The 1770 House reduces already discounted winter rates for new bookings by an additional 20% to almost half of high season rates. In the main house, six guest rooms range from $180 to $280 on weekdays and $236 to $420 on weekends. The two-story, two-bedroom carriage house is $556 on weekdays and $604 on weekends. All stays are subject to availability and do not include holiday weekends.
Exclusive perks include a 60-minute in-room massage for $100, regularly $150; a 20% discount at Naturopathica in East Hampton; a 15% discount at BookHampton; a complimentary glass of wine at Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack; and free admission to Parrish Art Museum in Southampton. Perks are subject to availability and require advance notice.
The warm welcome includes breakfast and in-room snacks. On Saturday and Sunday, hot selections are featured with challah French toast or buttermilk pancakes with warm Vermont maple syrup; eggs any style including omelet of choice or eggs Benedict; and smoked salmon frittata with cream cheese, chives and green salad. On weekdays, a continental buffet features house-made muffins and granola, smoked salmon and sliced onion, hard boiled eggs, bagels, yogurt and fresh fruit. Coffee is by Hampton Coffee Company. In-suite snack bar treats for purchase include Dean & DeLuca selections, North Fork Potato Chips, Tate’s Cookies and fresh fruit.
The six guest rooms in this handsomely restored 18th century colonial house are designed with good old-fashioned comforts and modern conveniences. Each suite varies and may include softly hued William Morris wallpaper, antique cherry wood furnishings, a gas fireplace, Frette linens, queen- or king-size bed, marble finished bathroom with state-of-the-art accoutrements and Molton Brown toiletries. Lending further grace and style in this historic home are 18th century wooden staircases and exposed beam ceilings, wood-paneled and book-lined parlor, roaring fireplaces and antique furniture. Behind the main house, carriage house accommodations combine style, comfort and privacy on levels with two bedrooms.
The premier year-round destination for authentic Hamptons fine dining and luxury accommodations is an 18th century colonial home on stately Main Street in East Hampton’s historic district. Under one roof, a dual dining concept reflects both sides of the lively Hamptons restaurant scene with local bounty, noteworthy wines, five-star service and celebrity sightings. Executive Chef Michael Rozzi presents a sophisticated fine dining menu of New American cuisine in the candlelit dining room and on the starlit garden patio; and pub-style fare in the inn’s casual downstairs Tavern. The 250-bottle wine list, overseen by Wine Director Michael Cohen, is a year-on-year Wine Spectator Award of Excellence recipient since 2007. The boutique bed and breakfast with six guestrooms plus two-level carriage house is designed with good old-fashioned comforts and modern conveniences. Evident in the landmark’s architectural restoration is the superior skilled craftsmanship of its owner, Hamptons luxury homebuilder Ben Krupinski.