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Quogue Club at Hallock House

Pros

  • On-site dining
  • Complimentary full breakfast on weekends (continental breakfast weekdays)
  • Walking distance to town and beach
  • Across the street from Hampton Jitney stop

Cons

  • The bar on the property can be busy and noisy during peak season

Updated 01/22/2015

Fodor's Review

The residents of Quogue so love this historic property that when is was about to close, they formed a cooperative to purchase and restore it to its former glory, adding designer chic and a range of health and fitness activities to its appeal. The tranquil complex in the village center consists of an 18th-century house, a 19th-century house right across the road, and two private cottages. With interiors by famed designer Alexa Hampton, it's a sophisticated and relaxed place

to clear your mind and get in vacation mode, with complimentary bicycles, a fitness center, yoga and Pilates classes, a massage room, and a children's room.

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Hotel Information

Address:

47 Quogue St., Quogue, New York, 11959, United States

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Phone:

631-653–0100

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 14 rooms, 2 cottages
  • Rate includes Breakfast

Updated 01/22/2015

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Jun 1, 2012

Inn at Quogue Review

This small inn has was a wonderful place to spend a weekend with my family. Greeted by the welcoming staff we were quickly placed in one of their rooms. Our room was 108 (my favorite), and was equipped with hard wood floors, queen size bed, and a huge bathroom with both a jacuzzi and shower. The room was mainly white and very beachy, while at the same time sophisticated and chic. Located in a small town called Quogue (just outside of Westhampton

Beach), we had the impression that we were in a "hidden Hampton". The inn was walking distance from the beach, and they even gave us complementary passes. On Sunday, it was a little overcast so we decided to skip the beach and head to Beth's Cafe, which is just across the road from the inn. Then we rented bikes at the inn and went for a beautifully scenic ride through the Hamptons. All in all, it was a wonderfully charming weekend, I couldn't have asked for more.

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