Located in the heart of the historic village of East Hampton NY, the Mill House Inn is a hospitality hybrid. Its ten rooms and suites offer all the privacy and comfort of a luxury boutique hotel, with all the intimacy and local expertise of the world’s best small inns. It has won almost every superlative a property can be awarded (including Travel+Leisure’s Inn of the Month,” New York Magazine’s “Top 10 Hotels in the Hamptons,” and Zagat’s “Top 50 Small Hotels” - with a coveted “28" for food, despite serving only breakfast and not being open to the public. But for the innkeepers and staff who run the place, and for thousands of return guests, the Mill House Inn is truly their home away from home. It’s a remarkable place where there’s always someone eager to make you a great cup of coffee to enjoy with ridiculously good homemade snacks. Our personal assistants delight in sharing their Hamptons with you - whether that means setting up a picnic for you on their favorite secluded beach, creating a map just for you to explore the local bike trails and back roads, or securing a coveted reservation at an otherwise booked restaurant. (Or maybe you would prefer to try the less heralded joint the locals prefer…) The team practices what we call “the art of hospitality” to make sure your visit is more than you could have imagined.
The Mill House Inn has a historic building, a prime location in East Hampton, comfortable luxury accommodations, and scores of accolades. But those are all secondary to the secret of the inn’s success: the people who make it what it is. The owners and staff are more than a team, they’re a family. They eat their family meals together, enjoy their esteemed hometown together, and celebrate life together. They are photographers, chefs, sailors, outdoorsmen and combined, they’ve spent over 200 years in hospitality. Most important, they share a defining quality: each of them loves the Hamptons, and each wants to do all they can to make sure you love it too.
Click on the links below to get to know the team—call or email, they want to get to know you, too.
"captain of caffeine"
"wizard of wine"
"crusader of worthwhile causes"
"controller of cookie quality"
"director of dreams"
"advocate of excellence"
"instigator of green"
About Mill House Inn
There’s always something new going on at the inn, whether it’s what’s cooking in the kitchen, what’s on offer at the ‘nack bar, or a little something extra we’ve devised to delight you. Head to our Blog to read all about the Mill House Inn—past, present, and future . . .
About Mill House Inn
The Insiders’ HamptonsSome of us were born and raised here, others have only been here for the past few decades. But we all share a love of this remarkably special place. Our Blog posts share our advice, tips, and favorite things about living here year-round, to help you fall in love with the Hamptons, too.
About the Hamptons
The Art of Hospitality"I think it's all people. I don't think I ever sold food, and I know I certainly don't sell rooms right now. But I know the one thing that's for sure - it's people. It's all about the people. The only real asset you ever have is your team, your staff. You fail immediately without them and you succeed so well with them." GE Muller