1770 House

Buttoned up B&B, intimate, cozy

143 Main Street east hampton


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At a Glance

This small property feels like a friends country home located in the center of town right along Main Street in East Hampton.


The 1770 House, like many Hamptons hotels, was built in the colonial period (in 1663 actually) and you’ll find antiques and exposed wooden ceiling beams located throughout the building. A 2002 renovation gave the property a fresher look and the six guest rooms are both rustic and chic, with paisley wallpaper, elegant curtains and headboards and modern and antique (though mostly modern) wooden and wicker furniture. All also have flat-screen TVs on the walls and some boast private entrances and fireplaces. In an absolute coup, owners Ben and Bonnie Krupinski snagged Kevin Penner who previously wowed diners at Della Femina for the hotel’s restaurant so, like the American Hotel and c/o Maidstone, evenings here tend to draw a lively crowd. For families and larger groups, there’s also a detached two-bedroom cottage called the Carriage House.

Written by Indagare

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