Blake's Lodging is a comfortable 1810 farmhouse, situated in Hook Mill historic district of East Hampton, Long Island NY, with lovely grounds.
Accommodations include a common sitting room (with a TV) and eclectically furnished guest rooms.
The Top Floor is two flights up in the farmhouse. The room has a private bathroom, a queen bed and two single beds and can accommodate up to 4 people. (Pricing is based on double occupancy. $35 additional per night per person beyond 2)
A/C, WiFi, + parking for 6 cars, and a large garden for breakfast (weather permitting).
-3 blocks to the center of one of America's most beautiful villages.
-1 mile to the ocean with gorgeous beaches.
-Near great restaurants, shopping, theater, movie house, art galleries and bike rentals.
- Buses + train station are both within walking distance or brief cab ride away.
-About 2 1/2 hours from NYC.
-Fishing in Montauk, wine tasting in Sagaponack, Pollock-Krasner House in Springs all easy drives from this B & B.
-Nora is the house cat.
-Featured in Elle Magazine's "Secret Addresses' & Country Living, March, 2000.
-Some of the 20th century's most renowned artists live(d) and work here partly because of the great light.
Please reach out if you have additional questions about the room.
Other Things to Note
Please note there is a 3 night minimum on the 3 long holiday weekends of summer.
No smoking and no pets, please.
2 night minimum
3 night minimum :
Labor Day weekend
Located close to and beach. We felt very welcome. Jeanie served us breakfast in the morning! We obtained directions beforehand and could arrive anytime.
I stayed on the top floor of Jeanie's lovely farmhouse with a girlfriend for the weekend. From the moment we entered the house, everything was so wonderfully decorated and unique. Our huge room was at the top of a short set of stairs and was both adorable and immaculate- décor seemed to be Mexican Day of the Dead, lots of pink. The beds (3 total) were super comfortable, shower was hot and strong, and room was nice and warm. Jeanie was very responsive to any issues and served us a wonderful breakfast of coffee, tea, cereal, fruit salad, and toast with butter and jam. Norah, her cat, also joined us for breakfast but didn't go beyond the living room. The location is ideal and is just a short walk into town and from the East Hampton train station. Was just as I hoped for and will definitely be visiting again.
Jeanie was so easy going re our arrival. We would have just settled in if we hadn't met Jeanie on the porch! The farmhouse is stunning, and the rooms are full of an eclectic array of furniture and art work from around the world. Our room was warm and spacious, our bathroom had a stand alone cast iron bath, perfect. May not have suited all, especially vigorous bathers, but great for us. Breakfast was served inside, given the time of our visit, but the farmhouse was set amongst trees on a very spacious lawn, and perfect for breakfast in the fresh air. Jeanie was very easy to get along with, and gave us an insight to what "The Hamptons" are all about. Easy location for exploring. Nora, the cat, seemed to enjoy our company as we did hers!!!
We went to the Hamptons with the family for the weekend as my wife was running the Hamptons Half Marathon. We got to the farmhouse at around 7pm and Jeanie was already waiting for us. She was super friendly and right away made us feel at home. We stayed on the top floor private room with bathroom. Taking into account that this place is 200 years old, it was amazing! Very well kept, super clean, and a Mexican theme which we really liked. Every morning of the stay, she has a nice breakfast that we took on her garden. The fruit salad was incredible, as well as the toasted bread. The location is literally walking distance to East Hamptons, plus across the street there's a CVS for any kind of quick shopping. We were also happy to find maps of the area and a zagat guide in the room to help you get around and find good places to eat. We will definitely try to stay with Jeanie on our next trip to the Hamptons and highly recommended for everyone thinking about staying here.
I stayed at Jeanie's with 3 friends for a girl's weekend in East Hampton. Jeanie is a wonderful host. The house is very welcoming, comfortable, cozy, and clean. The garden is lovely and the perfect spot for relaxing with a good book and enjoying breakfast. Jeanie is very helpful at providing recommendations on how to get to the beach, where to eat, where to rent bikes, etc. We did not have a car and found it extremely easy to walk everywhere including the beach and the train station. Nora is also very friendly and social. I would definitely stay with Jeanie again and recommend her to others. Thanks Jeanie!
Amazing stay, and very friendly host. Spacious, clean and pretty room, and the house is very close to the Main Street. Breakfast in the garden was the perfect way to start the day :) Thank you, Jeanie !
We just had a wonderful time at Jeanie's charming old farmhouse! It has this wonderful personal touch to it. Jeanie is a lovely host, unobstrusive but around whenever you need her.
We lived at the room on the second floor and it was exactly as we have expected it reading the description and looking at the photos. Everything is clean and meticolously taken care of, despite the fact that this is a really old house that was kept to retain its original charm.
Jeanie's breakfast was amazing with fresh fruit salad every morning. A great start into the day!
The house is located right on route 27 so it can get a bit noisy but traffic is not heavy and dies down almost completely at night.
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After working in the art world for 25 years, I've had a Bed & Breakfast in East Hampton for the next 25 years; The beaches and the thrift store are the best anywhere.