OVERVIEW of 1770 House
1770 House is a magnificently restored 200 year old white clapboard inn with black shutters, a white picket fence and lush gardens located in the heart of all the activity in East Hampton. An acclaimed restaurant, a cozy pub and luxurious rooms make this a very special weekend retreat.
The lobby area is wood paneled with a warming fireplace and comfortable antique chairs and couches. The downstairs pub has a bar and dining area with wood beamed ceilings and partially brick walls and the upstairs dining room is luxurious in beige and brown tones, wood beamed ceilings and a fireplace.
THE ROOMS at 1770 House
Rooms are appointed with period antiques, some with fireplaces and private entrances. All are air-conditioned and have flat screen TV’s. Beds have super soft Frette linens and plump duvets.
My favorite room is #4, with its own private entrance, fireplace, views to the side garden and Main Street, a separate study/dressing room, wood beamed ceilings and one of the most comfortable and luxurious beds I have ever slept in. The bathroom had reproduction bath fixtures, Molton Brown bath products and a killer shower with a pulsating/massaging shower head. Simple touches like Fuji water and fresh fruit, a simple, easy to use alarm clock, terry robes and a washcloth embroidered make-up help make this a very comfortable place to stay.
DINING at 1770 House
The restaurant is one of the most popular in the Hamptons and the casual Tavern is perfect when you just want something quick and easy. The restaurant is reviewed in our dining section.
RATES at 1770 House
From $925 Peak Season weekend.
WHAT OTHERS SAY About 1770 House
Wine Spectator Award Winning List
For sheer luxury, East Hampton’s 1770 House is tough to beat some of the eight guest rooms have fireplaces, and all have private baths. New York Magazine
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