Sometimes the best part about your getaway is the charming little Bed and Breakfast you wake up in. But the following Bed and Breakfasts redefine luxury—with lush, pool surroundings and sweeping ocean views, these are properties you won’t want to leave. These homes offer options to expand or to convert into private living. Whatever your choice, each property contains that special “je ne sais quoi” that only Bed and Breakfasts can have.
Built in 1885, this village inn is chock-full of Old World charm. The property comprises 6,500 square feet, 14 guest rooms, owner’s apartment, lots of common spaces and more. Located in an area that supports the classic bed and breakfast lifestyle, this home provides scenic views you can enjoy from your porch after coming back from Westhampton Beach’s Main Street and the Ocean Beaches that are less than a mile away.
8 Bedrooms | 8 Bathrooms
Also known as the Beehive Bungalows, these cottages are simple and rustic, steps away from the Atlantic Ocean. Each cottage comes with its own outer deck and outdoor shower, water views, and sunset vistas. Moore a boat, launch paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, or sailboats from the bayside or walk on your deeded boardwalk to the ocean. A double lot can accommodate a 6,000-square-foot home plus a pool and a deck.
22 Guest Rooms
This historic inn is more than just a pretty place to weekend. In fact, it was the host site of the first Shelter Island Conference on the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics. The conference, attended by the brightest minds in science, including a number of future Nobel Prize winners, was the first major opportunity since Pearl Harbor and the Manhattan Project for the leaders of the American physics community to gather after the war. Besides this property being a historic site, it includes space for private events and weddings, along with a tennis court and a 110-seat restaurant. There is an additional 2.5-buildable-acre lot also available.
8 Bedrooms | 10 Bathrooms
The Bissell House Take a step back in time entering this romantic, 3-story Victorian home rich with history. Built in 1887, this property is on the Cultural Landmark Registry in the beautiful town of South Pasadena. Perched on the corner of Orange Grove Avenue and Columbia Street, the centralized location is hard to beat. The Rose Parade begins a few blocks up Orange Grove Ave every New Years Day, and the Rose Bowl Stadium and Old Town Pasadena are a quick mile away. Perfect for guests who are in town, this home combines a tucked-away feeling with access to other activity sites in South Pasadena.