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The Baker House living room. (Credit: The Baker House 1650)


The allure of the not-quite-summer season in the Hamptons is underrated. There is plenty to enjoy while most of the crowds are still holding out on making the trip until Memorial Day. Luxury bed and breakfasts are offering discounted deals to stay and play before the high season arrives. Here are four places worth checking-in to this spring.
Baker House 1650

The Baker House living room. (Credit: The Baker House 1650)

Historic charm meets modern amenities at this five-bedroom 17thcentury inn characterized by casual luxury. Baker House is among the most exclusive boutique bed and breakfasts in the Hamptons and is offering special deals this spring.

Get a 15 percent discount when you book at Baker House 1650 for Thaw Festival weekend. The three-day event running from Friday, March 22 through Sunday, March 24 is a celebration of spring featuring a host of exhibitions, theater performances, garden tours, workshops, and more. The historic inn is also offering access to its spa and a complimentary bottle of wine for its Thaw Festival weekend guests.

Just looking for a spa day? Baker House has special packages available until March 28. The deals include fresh press juices upon check-in, a couples Swedish massage and a two-day pass to the East Hampton gym.

181 Main St East, East Hampton; 631-324-4081;

A Butler’s Manor

The Common Room at A Butler’s Manor. (Credit: Jumping Rocks)

This boutique inn close to downtown Southampton village boasts five well–appointed rooms set on an acre of English gardens. True hospitality is at the heart of A Butler’s Manor. Guests are encouraged to ask for staff’s insider intel on the Hamptons’ best restaurants, cocktail bars and beaches.

The inn is running a Spring Fling special that includes 20 percent off a two-night stay during April. A full gourmet breakfast each morning, and a glass of wine per day is also part of the deal.

244 N Main St, Southampton, 631-283-8550;

The American Hotel

The swanky, historic American Hotel  has just under a dozen unique rooms, decked out in turn-of-the-century elegance. The Hotel (as it’s colloquially known) also houses a four-dining-room restaurant serving French-style cuisine and a wine list that’s a yearly recipient of Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence.

45 Main St., 631-725-3535,

(Photo credit: Emily Toy)