Interesting place ...
This B&B use to be the residence of NY Governor and Presidental candidate, Alfred Smith in the 1930's. All rooms when we went had just been renovated and each one charming in it's now right. You can sit back and enjoy the fresh air on the large front porch and awake to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and savor Rosemary's specially prepared breakfast with scones and muffins each morning. This is a very peaceful retreat or a romantic getaway! One of the first B&Bs on Long Island that I have visited and will revisit again soon.
Nestled in the historic hamlet of Miller Place NY
The Miller Place Ark recalls a simpler time when life was non-rushed. It was originally known as the Ebenezer Miller House, the inn dates back to 1760. There is basically little change from the original inn. It is a quaint and quiet place, which if that's what your looking for then the Miller Place Ark B&B is just your cup of tea.
Orient Inn is a delightful turn of the century home that's been turned in to a B&B in the North Fork area of Long Island. It's within walking distance from the picturesque and historic Hamlet of Orient. It's location gives you easy access to vineyards in the area or even to hop a ferry at Shelter Island to go in to CT. This is a nice place and I enjoy exploring B&Bs - they are always so historic and interesting.
clean, convenient and quiet
The room, house, food and hospitality were outstanding. We had a peaceful visit...exactly what we wanted. It was also nice to be within walking distance to the center of Port Jefferson and easy access from the ferry.
Need some time to yourself - this is the place!
When you want to get away you should consider this B&B for complete and total rest and relaxation. This B&B is situated on a pennisula in Eastport. The downstairs is filled with warm colors, a piano, couches, fireplace, and a kitchen and dinette (overlooking the water) where breakfast is served to guests. But you won't feel like a guest, you will feel like family here.