Off-Season Is the Best Time For A Hamptons Escapade
A trip out east during late winter and early spring is quite pleasing and a welcome escape from the city. For starters, rates are lower, the roads are not congested with summer traffic, seats are available at the sought after restaurants and off-season travel allows you the opportunity to appreciate the natural beauty of the Hamptons. Not to mention, the tall hedges are not in bloom yet, allowing one to have a peek into the vast estates the Hamptons are known for.
A quick escape with the girls or a significant other in the South Fork can be the getaway one needs. A stay at the White Fences Inn in Water Mill is a convenient location to sightsee for you are nestled between the lovely villages of Southampton, Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor and East Hampton. Housed in a historic home that was built in the 1700s, this luxury B&B recently went through a renovation and offers a delightful three-course breakfast. Thoughtful touches throughout White Fences Inn’s well appointed five guest rooms include bathrooms with Malin + Goetz products, heated floors, deep soaking bathtubs, and three way shower heads. Bedroom features include gas fireplaces, Frette & Matouk linens, and Nespresso machines which all demonstrate the owner’s mission to create a relaxing and luxurious stay.
White Fences Inn is adjacent to the stunning Herzog & de Meuron designed Parrish Art Museum. Nearby beaches are Flying Point and Cooper’s Beach. Plan a tasting tour at Wölffer Estate Vineyard or catch a performance at Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater or East Hampton’s Guild Hall. For dinner, score a reservation at Jean Georges’ Topping Rose House or dine at longstanding Hamptons restaurants American Hotel restaurant and Sen. Packages include Leave The Guys Home highlighting bubbly, in room massage, mani/pedi and blowout or Celebration Package featuring welcome bubbly, a floral arrangement and wine tasting at Wölffer Estate Vineyard.