For those who want to take a break from rest and relaxation, our
home is close to activities that take full advantage of the Hamptons’
best attractions. An array of choices range from golf, beaches,
hiking and fishing to theatres, antiquing and art galleries.
The nearest 18-hole golf courses are 15 minutes away. For an extra
treat, try the famous Montauk Downs public course.
The Westhampton area is ideal for biking. Include a trip to the
beautiful hamlet of Remsenberg nearby.
You are 5 minutes from the award-winning beaches on Dune Road.
Scenic Dune Road boasts the most outstanding examples of
contemporary home architecture in the world.
Stop by Air Sailors in Gabreski Airport and sign up for a view of
the Hamptons in a glider. A wonderful experience.
Long Island wineries are producing some of the finest wines in the
country. They are a great place to visit for tours, tastings and
entertainment. May are closeby in Cutchogue or Riverhead. Or visit
Channing Daughters in Bridgehampton and Wolffer Estate in Sagaponack.
The waters of Long Island are recognized for some of the best
fishing on the east coast. Fish off any public beach or hop on a
Try the 45-mile long Pine Barrens Trail, part of the Paumanok Path.
The East End boasts a wide range of exciting restaurants. The Speonk
Inn is in walking distance. Dune Road has among the few Hamptons
restaurants with views of the ocean. Or, visit farmstands for fresh
fruit, vegetables and pies, CorJ for fresh fish, and BBQ.
Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
WHBAC is a vibrant venue for theater, music, dance and film. Enjoy
world class artists in comedy, classical music and rock.
Vail-Leavitt Music Hall
After many years of extensive renovation, this music hall from 1881
has re-opened its doors. Originally for music and theatre, the hall
also had vaudeville acts with performers such as Will Rogers. Try
the buffalo steaks at Tweed’s around the corner.