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Long Island Hotels

Inn at Quogue


  • Warm and inviting hotel
  • Walking distance to town and beach


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

Updated 12/31/1969

Fodor's Review

This tranquil complex in the center of Quogue village consists of a house from the 18th century, another from the 19th century right across the road, and private cottages. Ralph Lauren designers supervised the interior scheme here, and each comfortable, antiques-filled room is different. The inn's restaurant, Q Restaurant East, has a hint of the antebellum South about it. The chef is known for such innovative dishes as apple-and-Gorgonzola salad, seared ahi tuna, and tangy

lemon-lobster risotto.

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Hotel Information


47–52 Quogue St., Quogue, New York, 11959, United States

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 67 rooms, 2 cottages

Updated 12/31/1969


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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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May 28, 2005

The Inn at Quogue, New Managementand Staff and a Delight!

We enjoyed our stay at the Inn at Quogue and commend the the management and staff for accomodating pleasant service- we understand that they are all new within the last 18 months. We recommend you try this great spot in the Hamptons, new pool, bikes, near everything but in a small quiet village.

By Tina

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Jul 20, 2004

Quaint, Quiet and Charming

Changes have been made for the better, friendlier all around and the best location in the Hamptons. Quiet, yet centrally located to Westhampton and Hampton Bays. Clean, affordable and friendly.

By Curtis

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Nov 19, 2002

Quaint Inn, No Hot Water

Quaint little inn. But we stayed in the Main House and had NO HOT WATER for significant periods of our stay (and no running water at all during some periods). Not what you would expect for $100-$200 a night. When we complained to the front desk, they told us that the Inn was old and that there was nothing they could do. When we asked to speak to the manager, out came a beligerent, hostile, and confrontational man who seemed totally unconcerned

about our stay. I would not recommend this place to anyone.

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