Hamptons, United States

A Room at the Beach

Price per night from$735.71

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Fairy lights and stripes


Redwoods and sandy beaches

Escape from the city to boutique hideaway A Room at the Beach, a make-yourself-at-home stay in pretty Bridgehampton. The garden’s shaded by fairy-light-draped redwoods, the poolside sunloungers are prime spots for afternoon tipples and barbecue grills can be fired up for leisurely evening meals – key ingredients for a relaxing holiday. The modern rooms have furnished terraces and look out over the lush gardens (you’ll have access to the outdoors from your shower, too), and sandy beaches are a short bike ride away. We won’t blame you a bit if you start referring to it as your summer home…

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Need to know


10, including two suites.


11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.


Double rooms from £589.30 ($809), including tax at 10 per cent.

More details

Rates don’t include breakfast but do include passes to local beaches and, during summer weekends, group yoga sessions.


In-room massages can be arranged on request.

Hotel closed

The hotel is closed every year from 1 December until Easter.

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, bicycles to borrow. In rooms: Nespresso coffee machine, free boxed water, Malin & Goetz bath products.

Our favourite rooms

Can’t call it a holiday without a leisurely soak? Swing for the Lagoon Junior Suite and while away a sudsy afternoon in its garden-facing black terrazzo bath tub.


The petite pool is in the back of the garden, framed by a fence and the fragrant berry and herb garden. It’s unheated (warm up with a visit to the sauna afterwards) and has a sandbox at one end.

Packing tips

Bring your Martha-approved linens and channel Donna Karan when making your beachwear choices.


There’s a ramp up to the front deck and the grounds can be accessed by wheelchairs. One room – Joanne’s Cove – is accessible.


Pups are welcome to join for $75 a booking (there’s an additional fee for dogs weighing over 100lbs); dog beds and food bowls will be provided. See more pet-friendly hotels in Hamptons.


Welcome, but not especially catered to; cots and cribs can be provided on request, and older children can borrow bikes or enjoy the pool.

Sustainability efforts

The hotel uses full-size bath products to cut back on plastic waste, encourages guests to use the in-house bicycles and and supports local community projects.

Food and Drink

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Dress Code

Could you do the upfronts for your own home and cooking show dressed in what you’ve packed? Good job, you.

Hotel restaurant

None, but your minibar is packed with homegrown Hamptons goodies and the best of Bridgehampton’s restaurants are within easy reach. Want to make Martha proud? Rustle up your own all-American barbecue – pick up ingredients at one of the many local farm stands, the Bridehampton butcher, Wölffer Estate or Montauk Brewing Co – on one of the hotel’s outdoor grills.

Room service

Minibar-raiding potential includes sweets and snacks from L & W Market, free boxed water and Nespresso coffee.


Photos A Room at the Beach location
A Room at the Beach
2668 Montauk Hwy
United States

A Room at the Beach is just off Montauk Highway – the main thoroughfare of the Hamptons – in the tiny town of Bridgehampton.


Regional flights land at East Hampton Airport (10 minutes away by car); non-stop flights from Atlanta, Washington DC, Philadelphia, the Carolinas and several Floridian airports touch down at Long Island MacArthur Airport (45 minutes away by car). Free airport transfers from East Hampton Airport can be arranged with the hotel.


Long Island Rail Road services from New York City stop at Bridgehampton station, five minutes away from the hotel. Free hotel transfers can be arranged on request.


A car can come in handy if you’re planning to explore more of the Hamptons; there’s free on-site parking at the hotel.


Spending those Rockefeller dollars? Helicopter transport is available from New York City to East Hampton Airport.

Worth getting out of bed for

In the summer, group yoga sessions (Thursday to Sunday mornings) are free for guests of all ages; private yoga lessons can be arranged on request for an additional charge. After you’ve limbered up, take a dip in the garden pool, play a rousing game of croquet on the lawn or see how high you can go on the tree swings. On weekend evenings in summer and autumn, s’mores-making parties are held around the fire-pit. Join the great debate about the perfect level of marshmallow toastedness.

Sagg Main Beach is two miles away and easily accessed by bicycle (free to borrow from the hotel) or by car (you’ll find a parking pass in your room). Outdoorsy types can also explore the hiking trails of Quogue Wildlife Refuge or go horse-riding with one of the many local stables. For a peek into local history, visit The Watermill Center or the Parrish Art Museum. Charming Sag Harbour – 10 minutes away by car – is full of treasure-packed antique shops; and East Hampton’s the place to go for some modern retail therapy (former owner Donna Karan would surely approve). Prefer a pummelling-based form of self-care? Book in for knot-banishing massages, youth-giving facials and invigorating body scrubs at Shou Sugi Ban House in nearby Watermill. Book ahead for a wine tasting at Wölffer Estate Vineyard on your way into town to toast (again and again) to your excellent holiday idea.

Local restaurants

For leisurely morning meals, there’s Carissa’s in East Hampton (closed Tuesdays); choose from quail-egg-topped breakfast tartines, aioli-slathered egg sandwiches and sea-salt-sprinkled avocado toast. Just stopping by for a caffeine top-up? There’s an enviable array of freshly baked pastries, pies and cakes to go with the rich coffees. Lunch at the Sag Harbour outpost of New York’s Tutto il Giorno, where you can tuck into a family-style set-up of classic Italian dishes – home-made pastas, cheese-topped aubergine parmigiana and baked-in-parchment fish. In the mood for a festive fiesta? Head to Coche Comedor in Montauk for a Mexican-inspired feast of duck tostadas, octopus tacos, rotisserie chicken adobo and local fluke al pastor. Can’t decide on a drink? Start with an agave flight to land on your mezcal of choice. Dinner's at established local favourite East Hampton Grill, a moodily lit brick house on the postcard-pretty Main Street. Start with rosemary buttermilk biscuits (of the savoury, American style) and oysters on the half shell before moving on to pan-fried sole and prime-cut steaks (paired with something from the carefully curated wine collection).

Local bars

For a heady selection of local and international wines and tequila-based cocktails, make your way to Almond, on Bridgehampton’s Ocean Road.



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Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this boutique hotel in Bridgehampton and unpacked their stylish new cookbook and sand-dusted Turkish beach towels, a full account of their beach-town break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside A Room at the Beach in the Hamptons…

Holiday like stylish-living maven Martha and the genteel set in this cosy Hamptons retreat. With precious few staff members mulling about (but always here if you need anything), it’s easy to imagine A Room at the Beach is always where you summer. So mix up a pitcher of fruit-laced iced tea (or something a little stronger) and survey your gorgeous greenery-filled surrounds from your private(ish) porch, or spend an afternoon by the pool with a perfectly chilled bottle of rosé – straw garden hats optional (but highly recommended).

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