The Hamptons & Baron’s Cove Hotel
So after three days in the hustle and bustle of New York my next stop was the Hamptons, two days of total relax and exploration. It was my first time in this popular seaside resort where we stayed in the village of Sag Harbor, known as the jewel of the world-renowned Hamptons. Once a thriving port, it is now known for its waterfront resort qualities, its cute tree-lined streets and the 18th & 19th century architecture that surrounds the village. Trust me there is some serious house envy!
We stayed in a lovely hotel called Baron’s Cove which is a charming, newly renovated waterfront resort. it features sixty-seven village & harbour facing rooms and suites with super comfy plush beds. You’re guaranteed not to get bored as there are plenty of amenities including the heated saltwater pool which was by far my favourite place to unwind! The hotel also offers complimentary beach service with transportation which is pretty great!
Designed by inrterior designer Colleen Bashaw, Baron’s Cove offers a stunning infusion of comfort and sophistication with a nautical vibe.
One of the gorgeous rooms at Baron’s Cove
We had a lovely time at the Hamptons; ate good food, done a little bit of shopping, admired the gorgeous homes, hit the beach and we also managed a bike ride around town 🙂
Image by Will Taylor.
As always here’s an overload of pics… Enjoy!
The gorgeous room we stayed in… Greeted with a lovely bottle of Rose which we enjoyed on the deck during sunset 🙂 Lounging by the pool before heading out to dinner… Image by Will Taylor. Gorgeous sunset by the harbour. Bedside view of my bed while staying at Baron’s Cove. Bikes for hire at Baron’s Cove Dining area at Baron’s cove. Breakfast on the balcony – Bliss! Bar + Lounge area in Baron’s Cove
Just a regular house (of my dreams) in the Hamptons Gorgeous beach at the Hamptons.
Photography courtesy of me & Baron’s Cove / For this trip I was kindly hosted by Baron’s Cove. All views are my own.