Private vibe from the seven rooms in the main inn to 13 cottages spread over five acres of gardens
Panoramic views of Three Mile Harbor
A 15-minute drive from the restaurants and shops of East Hampton town (shuttles are available)
What To Know
The restaurant closed for the season on Labor Day and will re-open Memorial Day 2016
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, a $25 resort fee per night will be collect at checkout on Jetsetter
The hotel can provide parking passes for the public beaches; private beaches can be accessed by the hotel’s shuttle
Parking on site
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Classic East Hampton stay with a shingle-clad main inn and scattered cottages overlooking Three Mile Harbor
On five acres along Three Mile Harbor in Springs, East Hampton Point sits amid an English garden with sailboats swaying in the distance. The country estate vibe gives way to a more lively scene at the property’s 58-slip marina, which attracts a steady crowd of locals, sailors and those vacationing at the resort or elsewhere in the Hamptons. It’s not uncommon to see fellow guests lingering on the dock as a crew disembarks just steps away.
Bed & Bath
The property’s shingled two-story Palmer House contains seven rooms and suites, each with its own entrance. The interiors are appropriately serene, with dark wood and muted blue, yellow and beige accents. All of the rooms are individually designed and the suites have wet bars, private terraces and sitting rooms. For more privacy, Cottage One is removed from the main house in the manicured gardens and has a Queen bedroom and separate sitting area, plus a wet bar and views of the tennis courts.
Expansive grounds are unusual for hotels in this area, and East Hampton Point puts them to good use. There’s a swimming pool and a hard tennis court (plus a playground for little ones). On a nice day it’s a pleasure to simply walk around, thanks to slate paths flanked by elm trees that wind around the property. If you do leave the resort, there are dozens of vineyards within driving distance that offer year-round wine tastings, and the hotel gives out parking passes for many of the soft sand beaches nearby. The namesake contemporary American restaurant closes its nautical-themed dining room on Labor Day, but staff are on hand to make reservations at local restaurants throughout the rest of the year.