|Mill House Inn, The
31 North Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937
Innkeepers: Sylvia and Gary Muller
Rooms & Availability / Make-A-Reservations
Region: Long Island
Nearest Cities & Towns: East Hampton, Southampton, Bridgehampton, Montauk, Amagansett, Greenport
|About the Area: The Mill House Inn is located in the heart of historic East Hampton Village, featuring the finest accommodations, warmest hospitality and the best breakfast in the Hamptons! Explore spectacular ocean beaches, pristine bays and picturesque country roads, local farm stands, world-class restaurants, elegant shops, fine galleries and theatres.
Inn Description: A gracious Bed and Breakfast Inn in the heart of historic East Hampton Village with beautifully appointed rooms, spectacular suites and the best breakfast in the Hamptons. The Mill House Inn has been named one of the "Top 50 Small Hotels in America" in the Zagat Hotel Guide, "10 Most Romantic Inns" by American Historic Inns, "Top 10 Inns in the Hamptons" by New York Magazine, and "Inn of the Month" by Travel and Leisure Magazine.
Number of Rooms: 4 Rooms, 6 Suites
Group Capacity: 20
Rooms Description: Room amenities include gas fireplaces, whirlpool baths, extra thick cotton towels, fine linens, down pillows & quilts and lofty featherbeds, luxurious robes, TVs with premium cable & DVD, telephones, air-conditioning, beach towels, cookies & tea. The spectacular dog & child-friendly suites feature private decks, wet bars, oversized bathrooms with double marble showers, 6-foot Serenity Air Baths, Sharp Aquos Flat Screen TVs, iPod docks, and in-suite breakfast service.
Amenities: Full Breakfast / Non Smoking / Handicapped Accessible / Air Conditioned / Accommodates Children / Accommodates Pets / Accommodates Meetings and or Conferences / Jacuzzi Whirlpool Tub / In Room Fireplace / In Room Dataport / In Room Phone / Fax Service / Satellite or Cable TV / Wireless Internet / Room with two Beds / Pet Friendly
Dining Information: Restaurant Facilities: Breakfast for inn guests only. Chef-Owner Gary has created an extensive breakfast menu our gusts call "the best ever!"
Specials: Visit the Specials page on our web site at www.millhouseinn.com to see seasonal and last minute availability specials posted.
Locations / Directions: DIRECTIONS: The Mill House Inn is easily accessible from New Yorks metropolitan area and from New England by car, bus, ferry or train and is within walking distance of the Jitney stop and railroad station. BY CAR From Manhattan, take the Midtown Tunnel to the Long Island Expressway (495) East. Take the LIE East to Exit 70, Route 111 to Manorville/Eastport. At the end of the ramp turn right on 111 and follow to the end (approx. 5 miles) to Route 27 East. After you cross the Shinnecock Canal, Route 27 will narrow when you reach Southampton. From this point you still have about 25 miles to East Hampton. Stay on Route 27/Montauk Highway East. It will take a left turn in Southampton at the Princess Diner. Then you will go through Watermill, which has a big windmill. THIS IS NOT OUR WINDMILL!!! YOU STILL HAVE ANOTHER 15 MILES TO GO!!! The second time Route 27 takes a left turn (it is well marked) you will be in East Hampton. There is a beautiful swan pond directly in front of you. Take this left and proceed through the village. Go through the traffic light at Newtown Lane and immediately thereafter get into the Left Hand Turn Lane. This will put you onto North Main Street bearing left around our Windmill. The Mill House Inn is directly across the street from this windmill. It has many white French Doors opening out from our front porch to the street. The driveway is just past the house and parking is around back. A wooden walkway will lead you from the parking lot to our front porch. You enter the inn from the porch. Directions Link: http://www.millhouseinn.com/main_pages/directions/directions.htm
Rate Information: $250 -$1225 per night double occupancy
Other Important Information: Operating Season: Year Round
Check In Out: 1pm/11am
Testimonial(s): Finally a place in The Hamptons where I can be truly comfortable. Gary is an amazing chef...plain breakfast will no longer do. And a good dog fix, too!
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