The Mill House Inn has been called one of the Top 10 Inns in the Hamptons by New York Magazine, one of the Top 50 Small Hotels by Zagat’s, one of the 10 Most Romantic Inns by American Historic Inns and one of 15 Amazing B&Bs Worth a Plane Ticket by the Huffington Post. We’ve been the featured Inn of the Month in Travel+Leisure and the Destination of the Month in Harper’s Bazaar.
But as much as we love being recognized in the media (and we really, really do!) it’s the feedback from our satisfied guests that means the most to us. Our whole purpose is to give our visitors an unforgettable experience. And when we know we’ve succeeded, nothing feels better.
Scrolling above are a few comments our guests have shared with us. And below are our most recent examples of praise in the press. Check them out, then come stay with us to see for yourself what all the fuss is about!
This inn’s breakfast has made a name for itself as one of Long Island’s most indulgent; don’t leave without sampling the lobster frittatas and crayfish and andouille étouffe omelettes.
Suites are beautifully appointed at this central East Hampton outpost; refrigerators are stocked with homemade dog food. Human breakfasts with brioche French toast and lobster frittatas are worth the visit, and fresh pressed juices are available.
–The Hollywood Reporter
Mill House Inn prides itself on personal service. Front desk attendants are more like full-time personal assistants, ready to suggest a screening of a vintage Elvis film at the Bay Street Theatre and arrange for a cab to deliver you there.
Fresh baked cookies, 10 uniquely designed rooms and homemade breakfasts with much-raved about dishes like lobster frittata make Mill House Inn feel more like a home than a hotel. When you’re not sampling a coffee flight or resting in rooms with stunning views of Old Hook Mill, head to nearby beaches, Guild Hall and The Stephen Talkhouse. Bonus: bring the pup. Mill House Inn is dog friendly.