Willow Hill House Bed & Breakfast
Southern Hospitality on the North Fork
Willow Hill House Bed & Breakfast located in Southold, New York, in the heart of the North Fork wineries and beaches was built in the mid-1800s by a whaling ship's captain.
We are in the historic village of Southold and a few minutes by car from the fishing village of Greenport and the eastern end of the north fork at Orient Point.
Willow Hill House was voted "Best-of-the-Best" by Dan's Papers of the Hamptons in October, 1998 and again in October, 2006.
Three guest rooms have country antiques, full beds and air conditioning. Two of the rooms are upstairs and share a bath. One room is on the first floor. There is a first floor bath, but is not private.
Your hostess, Gayle Birkmier (born in New Orleans) and your host Jack Birkmier (born and raised in Babylon, Long Island) serve a full country breakfast in our dining room and, if you choose, a taste of the South, with grits or "Pain Perdu" (French, which literally means "lost bread", also known as French Toast).