The Hamptons refers to the towns of Southampton and East Hampton. Located at the eastern end of Long Island, these cities are preferred summer retreats for many travelers. People that like crowds and club atmosphere should visit The Hamptons between July and August. During the remaining time of the year The Hamptons are a tranquil place full of great things to do and a variety of Hamptons vacation rentals to choose from.
Below you will find a list of activities and attractions, as well as travel statistics on comparison shopping, vacation planning and themes, and some lodging options.
Staying at a vacation rental in Hamptons is a wonderful idea particularly if you are traveling with your family or a large group. Hamptons vacation rentals not only offer more space but also more privacy, most of the times at a better rate than a Hamptons hotel room. At a Hamptons vacation rental you will feel just like at home, but with a variety of amenities that will make your vacation an unforgettable experience.
Those who are looking for remote and uncrowded, spotless quiet beaches should stay at a vacation house in The Hamptons. It is a great place for surfers that prefer a peaceful place for their favorite watersport. The Main Beach in East Hampton is one of the local favorites. Cooper’s Beach is one of the cleanest and most scenic beaches in the area, including a view of historic mansions in the distance. But be careful, the waves can be too big for little kids.
Golfing at The Hamptons is truly unique. Those staying at a Hamptons bed and breakfast can head to the Montauk Downs State Park. Located only a 15 minute drive from East Hampton; this park offers one of the best public golf courses in America. Other excellent public golf course in the area is the Bethpage in Farmingdale.
Some of the best ways of exploring the beautiful natural settings of The Hamptons is by walking, running or biking. Hamptons vacation rental guests can count with marked bike routes and walking trails almost everywhere. One of the most common walking trails is the East Hampton Village Trail.
Considered by many the “Sportfishing capital of the world,” Montauk offers avid anglers staying at a Hamptons resort excellent fishing conditions as well as charter rentals for their convenience. Many world record fishes have been caught off Montauk.
Wine fanatics visiting a Hamptons house rental will feel at paradise when vacationing at The Hamptons. Home to over 50 vineyards of different sizes, visitors to the area will be delighted when tasting international award winning wines and some of the most exclusive wines served in luxurious New York City restaurants.
With the current state of the economy, comparison shopping plays an important role in consumer’s decisions.
As an example, beneath there is one outstanding deal to evaluate:
Hamptons vacation house: Located in the Shinnecock Hills section of Southampton, Long Island, New York, high on top of a hill, this beautiful, massive 5,000 square foot Post-Modern Victorian House is perfect for those looking to accommodate a variety of people. The house has 7 bedroom and 5.5 bathrooms along with a PRIVATE LOFT apartment accessed via an EXTERIOR staircase all situated on a corner 1.5 acre fenced-in lot and on a dead-end road. Comfortably decorated in Hampton’s shabby-chic, there are 3 adjoining areas for dining, 3 places to watch TV, 4 decks, a large kitchen with 2 fridges, a huge storage freezer in the basement, a fabulous BBQ stone patio, pool, full basketball court, hot tub and a wrap-around covered porch lit up in red, white and blue lights.. For more information and pictures, please visit property ID#305985 at rentalo.com.