Three Village Inn
What We Love
- Within walking distance of the harbor, a Colonial-style village and a nature preserve
- Sunset harbor views from the cottages
- Dinner at the on-site Mirabelle Restaurant (try the croque madame)
- Excellent Scotch selection at the Tavern bar
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What To Know
- Mirabelle restaurant is open for dinner Tuesdays through Sundays
- Located an hour and a half from Manhattan, via the Stony Brook stop along the Long Island Rail Road
- Better for those looking for a quiet stay
- WiFi is spotty
- There’s no pool or spa (though there is a spa in town)
- Free WiFi
With a stay at Three Village Inn in Stony Brook, you’ll be in the historical district and convenient to Avalon Park and Preserve and Stony Brook University. This hotel is within close proximity of Long Island Museum of American Art, History, and Carriages and Harmony Vineyards.
Make yourself at home in one of the 25 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your room comes with a Select Comfort bed. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Treat yourself with body treatments and facials. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, wedding services, and a fireplace in the lobby.
Grab a bite to eat at one of the hotel’s dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary full breakfast is included.
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms. A train station pick-up service is provided at no charge.
How to Get There
Well... The Wife and I booked a Charter on Stony Brook Charters. Asked for a 4:30am Wake Up Call. Was not needed 2:30am Was woken up by people screaming and cursing Cabin Below. Next Day was a middle aged woman vomiting in the flowers walking up the stairs. NEXT same Day.. NEXT ISSUE WAS. a Wasp Nest on the Balcony I almost hit. Now the Okay News.. Restaurant Staff was amazing and I was Comped Brunch Food was WONDERFUL... Now for the room. No Fridge.. No Microwave.. also the walkway on my Balcony had a old table and items that should have been stored in a Shed.
My daughter’s wedding was at the Three Village Inn in Stony Brook New York in June 2018. We live in Iowa and booked the Inn thirteen months earlier and making the arrangements via e-mail and on the phone was easy. We did go in for the tasting and wedding details in at our convenience and they were extremely accommodating. My daughter and several guests have food allergies and they were very accommodating. Dam, Stephanie, Evelyn and Ryan are thoroughly professional and seasoned. The contingency plan for rain was a comfort but we did not need it; the outside ceremony was beautiful and flowed. The cocktail hour and reception was extremely well executed and delicious, including the allergy accommodations. The Bridal Suite was very convenient. And many of our guests stayed at the Inn and that was lovely. I recommend the Three Village Inn whole heartedly.
I stayed in one of the cottages called "Roe" #17. As mentioned by one of the previous reviewers, I too found strong mold presence in my room. In his reply to that reviewer, the manager stated that they checked for mold and found none but there was plenty of moldy air blowing into the room via the AC vent/duct. As it was hot and humid, AC was necessary. But even with the AC turned off, there was enough mold to make breathing difficult (and I do not have any respiratory problems). The AC vent on the ceiling was visibly filthy, covered with brown and black spots. I suspect there is plenty of mold in the air duct as well. I curtailed my stay because I could not stand to spend another night there.
Another reviewer also mentioned poor soundproofing. This was an issue for me as well. Each cottage is divided into two guest rooms, separated only by a thin wall. I heard other guests' conversations as though they were taking place right in my room. There is little privacy to be had if both rooms in the cottages are occupied. Staff with leaf blowers started their work bright and early at 8AM. I don't know if this is done on a regular basis but the blowers can also be heard very loudly from inside the cottage.
A long piece of metal fell off from the rail of the sliding doors in the bathroom. This is dangerous and should be repaired.
There was a coffee maker but no fridge. It would have been nice to have small refrigerators or mini-bars in the rooms as the hotel does not provide room service or have vending machines on the premises. I bought drinks and snacks at a nearby gas station but could not keep them cold.
Breakfast - there were sausages, bacon, french toast, small muffins and croissants, juice, and cereal - none of which I had. I wish there were fresh fruit and plain yogurt.
Hotel restaurant - Mirabelle Tavern - most items on the menu were pricey and what I had were a hit or miss. Caesar salad was good with fresh egg and anchovies but the burrata was inedible - it was well past its prime with the exterior of the cheese dry and rubbery and laden with low-quality balsamico.
On the plus side: Harbor views were nice. Bedding was fine and the walls seemed to have been painted fairly recently. Wifi worked well in the room. Staff was reasonably friendly. In some ways the cottages have the potential to be charming due to its surroundings.
I would have put up with occasional noise issues from staff and other guests or the lack of a refrigerator, but the poor air quality from the mold is a total deal breaker for me. At the very least, management should undertake deep cleaning of the air ducts and vents to ensure safe air quality in guest rooms.
the hotel is in a building that is 250 years old. The room was clean but next to the air conditioner for the restaurant below. I had to turn on the rooms AC to drown out the the sound of the outside AC. Several floor boards were unsupported by floor joists giving them a worrisome spring shen stepped upon.
the front office people were nice. The included breakfast was standard economy motel fare.
If you want to stay where George Washington might have slept, this is it.
We live in the area but had never eaten here (although our children have attended several catered events). We decided to take advantage of Restaurant Week and have dinner. The food was good but we were not impressed by the service. We were placed in the bar by the fireplace and felt completely ignored. We had ordered dinners and gotten our appetizers and then waited for over 1/2 hour for the second course. I finally asked another server if he could locate the young woman who was taking care of our table and still didn’t get a response. I went to the front desk and asked about our meal and finally got a response. We were told that our server had a medical issue. I understand that but don’t appreciate the fact that our table was completely ignored. I had the mussels with fries. The mussels were tasty but the fries were cold when we got our meal. The restaurant also provides one slice of bread with the meal. I asked for additional and I was given one more slice of bread. Nothing was offered to my husband. We will be giving this restaurant a pass in the future.