Visiting The Hamptons, New York? Please read this first

The Hamptons are situated at the eastern part of Long Island, and include the little towns called Southampton and East Hampton. The Hamptons form a popular seaside resort, one of the historical Summer Colonies of the American Northeast. These charming places are the most preferred vacation spots in the summer, specially for NY residents.

Next, we share some fascinating attractions and things to do. You will also find some helpful tendencies for this exciting destinations as well as great lodging options.

Hamptons will provide you with every kind of accommodation you are looking for including Hamptons vacation rentals. From a secluded, home-like Hamptons vacation home rental to a cozy Hamptons hotel – this NY destination offers endless lodging possibilities

Whether you are looking for a stress-free vacation relaxing at the beach, or an adrenaline filled adventure full of exciting things to do and outdoor experiences, The Hamptons will not disappoint you. Book a Hampton NH vacation rental and explore the possibilities.

Rated among the best in the world, The Hamptons beaches are identified for their beauty and white sand. Visitors of a Hamptons summer rental will find the bay beaches are less crowded than ocean beaches and offer calmer surf. Those looking for gorgeous people and crowds should head to Main Beach in East Hampton while those who prefer a more peaceful ambiance should visit Georgica Beach and Lily Pond Lane.

One of the most visited places in The Hamptons is The LongHouse Reserve. Jack Larson’s house and its incredible gardens is a true oasis in the Hamptons. It was created in 1986 and came for a japanese inspiration. It is full of delightful artwork and sculptures, and a vast array of unique plantings. This is definitely a stunning place to stroll and relax.

Golfing at The Hamptons is truly exclusive. Those staying at a Hamptons bed and breakfast can head to the Montauk Downs State Park. Situated 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.

What is the best way to explore the beautiful Hamptons? Well, most tourists recommend to walk, bike or just running. There are many very well known biking and walking trails so it is easy to choose some of them. One of the most preferred 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.

When you are a wine’s lover, you know that being in the Hamptons is like being at heaven. There are more than fifty vineyards, from the little ones with amazing very amateur and tasty wines to the biggest ones, with those wines that just some budgets can afford, but all of them are worth a try. You will have the opportunity to taste some of the most awarded wines in the world.

In these troubled economic times, most travelers are looking for comparison shopping among different lodging options before determine where to stay.

This is a great deal to evaluate, please read:

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 2 adjoining areas for dining, 2 places to watch TV, 4 decks, a large kitchen, a huge storage freezer and spare fridge in the basement, a fabulous BBQ stone patio w/a charcoal grill, pool, full basketball court, hot tub and a wrap-around covered porch. Two have TWO driveways and TWO Parking lots which is very rare. For more information and pictures, please visit, property ID#305985.

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