In the June 2019 issue of Social Life, Karen Holly Berliner writes:
‘The eastward approach to Main Street in East Hampton begins with the picturesque Town Pond and an assortment of historical inns, each with its own patina of elegance. Boutiques, top notch restaurants, and a landmark windmill of two add vibrancy. Continue on Main Street for about a mile, then bear left onto North Main Street and you’ll arrive at the Mill House Inn.
‘This boutique destination inn is open year round. Enter and be immediately engaged by the welcoming staff who are poised to pamper you. The inn has 10 rooms and suites, each beautifully, yet individually designed. Some include a fireplace. Prepare to soak in a claw-footed tub and listen to the faint occasional sound of a train passing through, indeed an unexpected retro lullaby. Mornings here are about breakfast, as the menu offers a variety of tasty and inventive choices. A signature dish is blueberry pancakes, fluffy and dusted with powdered sugar and cinnamon. The coffees and teas are offered with great pride and expertise. You can enjoy anything from an English Breakfast tea to an extra strong and rich cup of Death Wish coffee, brewed in a way that is unique to the inn. The Mill House Inn’s ‘Nack bar is chock full of free treats: Cheeses, charcuterie, popcorn, chips, hummus, ice-cream, and home-made cookies are just some of the snacks available to guests.’
Thanks, Karen! We are glad you enjoyed your stay with us, and wish we could sneak away to some of the other fabulous destinations in your magazine.
For the entire article you can check it out in ISSUU on page 148.: ‘A South Fork In The Road: Social Life Wines, Dines, and Slumbers in East Hampton and Beyond’