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This re­gal lux­ury inn with the aes­thetic of an English manor can ri­val any five-star ho­tel. Com­ple­ment your beach days with tea times and a visit to the ex­quis­ite spa. 181 Main St., East Hamp­ton, 631-324-4081; bak­er­house1650.com


This lush wa­ter­front re­sort of­fers the best of the Hamptons, with su­perb din­ing op­tions, ex­quis­ite sun­set views, and crisp, white-linen in­te­ri­ors. IN­SIDER TIP: Skip the sec­ond-floor suites and book a room on the ground floor to min­i­mize the steps be­tween the pool out­side and your rosé inside. 31 W. Wa­ter St., Sag Har­bor, 844-227-6672; baron­scove.com


This is the def­i­ni­tion of the quaint coun­try home. With wood ac­cents in each room and the homey touch of pat­terned cur­tains and pleated lamp­shades, this cozy inn is the per­fect place to get out of the city and de­com­press. 2266 Montauk Hwy., Bridge­hamp­ton, 631-5373660; bridge­hamp­toninn.com


An iconic des­ti­na­tion (and the only year-round re­sort in the Hamptons), Gur­ney’s of­fers pristine lux­ury on one of the most beau­ti­ful beaches in the area. IN­SIDER TIP: Book a spa day ahead of your stay and take ad­van­tage of the in­cred­i­ble ar­ray of treat­ments and fit­ness classes this sum­mer. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631- 668-2345; gur­neysmon­tauk.com


A luxe B&B from one of the first fam­i­lies of the Hamptons, this house has rep­re­sented Amer­i­can lux­ury since 1873, through the hard work and ded­i­ca­tion of the Hedges fam­ily. New fea­tures in­clude morn­ing yoga on the front lawn and ac­cess to five sep­a­rate beaches in the area. 74 James Lane, East Hamp­ton, 631-3247101; the­hed­gesinn.com


This land­mark build­ing is nes­tled on a street that Na­tional Ge­o­graphic once called one of “the most beau­ti­ful Main Streets in Amer­ica.” Its as­so­ci­a­tion with the Palm Restau­rant means a su­perb menu is paired with ex­cel­lent peo­ple-watch­ing among the power din­ners. 94 Main St., East Hamp­ton, 631-324-0411; thep­alm.com/huntting-inn


Above Zach Er­dem’s Kozu, this bou­tique ho­tel makes the most of its space with clean de­sign, sim­ple in­te­ri­ors, and close prox­im­ity to the cen­ter of town. 136 Main St., Southampton, 631-334-1883; ho­tel-ze.com


The goal of this cozy, mod­ern inn is to pro­vide its guests with peace and re­lax­ation. With in-room fire­places for brisk sum­mer nights, it’s the ideal place to come back to af­ter a day in the sun. 23 Wind­mill Lane, Ama­gansett, 631-267-8500; in­natwind­mil­l­lane.com


Tak­ing a mod­ern ap­proach to time­less ap­peal, this ho­tel of­fers con­tem­po­rary art and de­sign through­out its tra­di­tional Amer­i­can res­i­den­tial build­ing, with bold col­ors and moody room tones. 207 Main St., East Hamp­ton, 631-3245006; the­maid­stone.com


One of Quogue’s first real ho­tels, the Quogue Club be­gan as a farm­house be­fore be­ing trans­formed into a lux­ury bou­tique ho­tel. En­joy the fab­u­lous din­ing room and the splen­did cock­tails at the bar. 47 Quogue St., Quogue, 631653-0100; quogue­club.com

1770 HOUSE

Ex­em­pli­fy­ing Hamptons elegance with a first-rate din­ing room, headed by chef Michael Rozzi, and ex­cep­tional ac­com­mo­da­tions, this beau­ti­ful ho­tel de­serves all the ac­co­lades it’s re­ceived. 143 Main St., East Hamp­ton, 631-3241770; 1770house.com


From wed­dings to cor­po­rate re­treats, the Southampton Inn is the con­sum­mate venue for any oc­ca­sion, with de­li­cious din­ing op­tions and a pool to cool off in on the hottest days. 91 Hill St., Southampton, 631-283-6500; southamp­toninn.com


A main­stay of luxe living in the Hamptons, Top­ping Rose House of­fers cot­tages with an in­doorout­door breezi­ness and a fan­tas­tic restau­rant from Jean-georges Von­gerichten. IN­SIDER TIP: Book your din­ner at Jean-georges well in ad­vance; since he took the helm last sea­son, it has be­come the hottest spot for week­day lunches as well as week­end din­ners. 1 Bridge­hamp­ton-sag Har­bor Tpk., Bridge­hamp­ton, 631-537-0870; top­pin­grose­house.com


While fairly new on the scene, this bed-and-break­fast in the heart of Wa­ter Mill is one of the most lux­u­ri­ous on the East End. Innkeep­ers Eric and Liz Broda over­see ev­ery de­tail, from the daily break­fast, us­ing fresh sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents from local pur­vey­ors, to the beau­ti­fully ap­pointed pool with blue-and-white-striped loungers to bask in. 371 Montauk Hwy., Wa­ter Mill, 631-500-9013; white­fenceswa­ter­mill.com

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