Staying an Extra Month or Two in East Hampton, New York
Built straight out of Rockwell painting, the timeless Mill House Inn embodies everything that a quintessential weekend Hamptons escape from the city should be. Think nearby pristine beaches begging to be explored, vineyard scenes posing to be painted, and foggy mornings inviting you to sleep in just a little bit longer (though you really won’t want to miss the sumptuous breakfasts waiting downstairs). There are gardens for relaxing, front porch Adirondak chairs for basking, and suite details—private decks and fireplaces, inviting bathtubs, and plush, downy feather beds—that make you think about trying to stay at this award-winning 1896 bed and breakfast through the winter. And, of course, there are hosts who go out of their way to do all the little things that make you feel like you’d be welcome to do just that.