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Topping Rose House

Luxurious, artsy, contemporary

1 Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton 11932


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At a Glance

The first full-service hotel in the Hamptons, Topping Rose House has a relaxed yet sophisticated feel thanks to its beautiful property, central location and fantastic restaurant.


Open year round and featuring a Jean-Georges–backed restaurant, Topping Rose House is located along the main road in Bridgehampton. The property has 22 accommodations, ranging from king rooms in the main house to luxurious suites in the adjacent contemporary wing, complete with private terraces and gardens. (We recommend staying in the contemporary wing, which is set back from Bridgehampton's busy Main Street and therefore much quieter than the main house.)

In all of the rooms, bed linens are Frette and bath products are from Naturopathica, which are also used in the hotel’s spa and fitness center. The property is fabulously decorated with bright common areas, luxurious fabrics and a sophisticated art collection (it’s curated by Christine Wächter-Campbell, the wife of co-owner Bill Campbell, who owns a gallery in New York City). The sleek, negative-edge pool on property also offers a full lunch menu as well as cocktails while guests lounge.

While not located directly on the beach, the property offers a car service as well as bikes for guests. Topping Rose is also within easy walking distance to Bridgehampton town, home to boutiques and such popular restaurants as Bobby Van’s, Pierre’s and Candy Kitchen. Additionally, there is a recovered barn available for events as well as an adjacent space for larger receptions.

Who Should Stay

Foodies, couples and travelers who don’t need to be right at the beach or in the center of the action (Bridgehampton is the most quaint of the Hamptons).

Written by Indagare

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