(See Special Offers at end of listing)
Bright village B&B home on quiet, cove-front wooded acre. You can walk into town or paddle there using our kayaks and explore the coves of Sag Harbor Village.
Our dedicated, ground floor guest room with private bath has an antique brass queen bed and a twin day bed. The room has a bright, southern exposure with a double-height ceiling and skylight, and glass sliding door opening to the back deck and yard. In addition to a private bathroom, the room has a desk and WiFi service.
Blue Bottle Coffee and continental breakfast buffet in the morning and use of two kayaks is included.
Our property is sun-filled and quiet in all seasons and there’s lots to do: we can direct you to wood and wetland walks, stunning beaches and cultural activities.
Our home is casual and warm, decorated with English pine antiques, mid-century collectibles and yard sale finds. We’re low-key, friendly and ready to help, but also value your privacy and will quietly leave coffee and guidebooks outside your door.
Come in the off season to savor early morning and sunset walks on miles of empty ocean and bay beaches. Our house has hosted writers and artists and is a particularly good place for a peaceful retreat to work and read. In the off season stores, restaurants, museums and galleries are open, the trails are quiet, and the skies are filled with stars.
We have a two-night minimum stay (three-night minimum for holiday weekends like Memorial Day, Labor Day, etc), but if you are looking for only 1 night, send us an inquiry -- we might be able to make you a special offer.
We’ve lived part time in Sag Harbor for many years, dividing our time between NY and San Francisco. We are a writer and media-producer who publish a well-regarded medical education website.
We travel frequently and have sublet rooms and homes ourselves in San Francisco, Boston and NY, Italy, England and France, so we identify with our guests and go out of our way to make them comfortable! Affiliations include Williams College, NYU, Stanford and New England Conservatory.
Deborah was a local newspaper columnist and is the author of a popular published Guide to the Hamptons, so we can provide recommendations of things to do and places to go during your visit.