The East End of Long Island is characterized by soft, sandy beaches, lush farmland and a rich cultural history.

Though attractive for its lively social scene, the collection of towns know as "The Hamptons" is truly a place to be one with nature. Sag Harbor, home to Three Suns, was founded as a port to facilitate the thriving whaling industry. The Vast Majority of locals still live symbiotically alongside the land and sea. 

You can usually find us going for an ocean swim, picking up a few things at the farmers market, or taking a walk through the woods on the paths behind our home. 

We are more than happy to help you plan your itinerary, or at least offer a few suggestions.



  • Atlantic Ocean and all her amenities

  • The Bay

  • Water Sports: Surfing, Sailing, Kayaking, Canoeing & More

  • Hiking in the woods behind our home

  • Road cycling & Trail Biking

  • Horseback Riding

  • Golf + Mini Golf

  • Seasonal fruit picking: Strawberries (spring), Tomatoes (summer) Apples (autumn) Picking (seasonal)

  • Museums: The Parrish Art Museum, Guild Hall, Pollack/Krasner House, The LongHouse and more.

  • Performance Arts, Theater & Film: The Bay Street Theater, Guild Hall Theater and more.

  • Dining Out: Suggestions available upon request.

  • Wine Tasting: Channing Daughters Winery, Wolffer Vineyards, and more.

  • Shopping: Suggestions available upon request.