Getaway House Bed & Breakfast
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Welcome to the fabled Hamptons!
Let us be your guide to the land of Scenic beaches, Idyllic ponds, White picket fences, Shopping at Ralph Lauren Polo & Standing in line at the local cinema with major celebrities. Enjoy the congenial atmosphere of our traditional guesthouse that has all the modern conveniences.
There is so much to do in the Hamptons...
- Public Golf Courses
- Boats for Rent
- Bike rental
- Whale Watching
Relax over coffee and a continental breakfast on the sunny patio...Unwind in cool, central air conditioning...Enjoy the 20 x 40' heated pool...Bike to the ocean, village, restaurants, shops, and cinema...Use our beach passes for parking...
About the Innkeeper...
A travel consultant by profession, Johnny personally welcomes the guests and makes sure everyone finds a restaurant that suits their tastes. Johnny is also a film buff and one of his favorite B&B moments was when a well-known and accomplished actor stayed at the house and sat in the living room musing on the acting experience. And then there was the Christy Brinkley wedding, attended by some of the B&B guests, who shared all the details at breakfast the next morning. Never a dull moment in the Hamptons!
To East Hampton from New York City By Car:
Take the Brooklyn Queens Expressway to the Long Island Expressway.
Exit at Exit 70 (Manorville); go south to Route 27 East (the Montauk Hwy.) all the way to East Hampton. Continue east on Main Street, past the pond, through town to Newtown Lane, where there is a traffic light. Keep going straight and immediately after the traffic light is a fork in the road. Stay on the left (North Main Street) going past the Hook Windmill (on your right). Continue on North Main, go under the railroad trestle and proceed for 2 lights to a fork in the road. Go left on Three Mile Harbor. Stay on Three Mile Harbor Road for less than one mile. You will see a sign on the right side of the road (a white sign not lit) that says “The East Hampton Neighborhood House.” Don’t turn into the Neighborhood house driveway, but take the immediate second road, which is a private paved road called Neighborhood House Drive. Turn right onto the paved road and drive past the first house (gray) on the right, then second right, quick left into the driveway. Getaway House (brown and white with front porch), It is #4 (there’s a sign under the tree). This is about a two-and-a-half-hour drive.
Long Island Railroad ($16.75 one way off peak) (718) 217-5477, get off at East Hampton station (call a taxi (631) 267-2006) or walk (25 minutes) toward town down Newtown Lane to Main Street. At traffic light, go left past Hook Windmill staying to the left of the windmill on North Main Street. Walk under the railroad trestle and proceed to fork in the road. Go left on Three Mile Harbor Road (there is a big sign). Less than a mile on the right is a sign for the East Hampton Neighborhood House. Take second right, onto Neighborhood House Drive. Walk up Neighborhood House Drive (a paved road) to house #4, a brown-and-white cape with front porch.
By Hamptons’ Jitney (bus):
(about $30 one way)
(631) 283-4600, get off in East Hampton at the Palm Restaurant. Taxis are usually there or call a taxi (631) 267-2006) (phone is inside the Palm) or walk (25 minute walk) east into town, past the movie house. At traffic light at Newtown Lane go straight ahead veering to the left, past the Hook Windmill on your right, staying on North Main Street. Walk under the railroad trestle and proceed to fork in the road. Go left on Three Mile Harbor Road (there is a big sign). Less than a mile on the right is a sign for the East Hampton Neighborhood House. Take second right, onto Neighborhood House Drive. Walk up Neighborhood House Drive (a paved road) to house #4, a brown-and-white cape with front porch.