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Frommer’s Review


This 1860s Victorian mansion was saved from the wrecking ball in 2004 and opened as an inn in September 2005. It has since become the ne plus ultra for luxe accommodations on the North Fork. The place has been beautifully restored, and it comes with a tranquil setting, a fantastic restaurant (reviewed below), and light-drenched, comfortable rooms equipped with flatscreen TVs, gas fireplaces, and Frette linens. The decor is a tasteful blend of modern and antique furnishings, yet each room has its own distinct personality. We love the fresh, airy feel of the Sage Room, but the Belvedere suite on the top floor is the real stunner: exposed brick, angled ceilings, inviting cushions lining the room, and its very own perch up a spiral staircase, where you sit and enjoy a drink, or peer through the telescope off toward the bay.

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