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Awards & Press

AWARDS

 

 

BEST INN AMERICAS

Selected by Conde Nast Johansens(a division of the Condé Nast Group) THE MOST EXCELLENT INN OF THE AMERICAS FOR THREE YEARS. This prestigious Award for Excellence is presented annually to premier worldwide properties that represent the finest standards and value in luxury accommodations, and the Excellence Award Winners represent the very best of the best. Votes for the winners are taken from hotel guests, readers of the Conde Nast Johansens Guide, and the Conde Nast Inspection Team. The Baker House 1650 is one of only two B&Bs in the Hamptons listed as recommended by Conde Nast Johansens."

BEST OF THE BEST

BEST OF THE BEST by Dan's Papers every year since 2006

AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE from Architectural Digest (March 2009)

BEST OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS

BEST OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS, Hamptons Cottages & Gardens (Best of Season)

BEST INN SHOW

BEST INN SHOW, Hamptons Magazine (The Hamptons List)

BEST PLACES TO STAY

BEST PLACES TO STAY, Gotham Magazine

INN OF THE MONTH

INN OF THE MONTH
"...the most luxurious accommodations in town... the rooms are so deeply comfortable that you secretly hope for bad weather as an excuse to stay in"

BESTWEEKENDS TRAVEL AWARDS

BEST INN Magnificent structure, spectacular gardens, beautiful rooms. Feels like the English countryside. Truly unique experience.

REVIEWS

 

 

The Modern Luxury Manhattan

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Modern Luxury | Best of the Best Stay

The Hampton's Top Luxury Hotels for Pleasure Take Advantage of what these luxurious hotels have to offer

Modern Luxury|Best of the Best Stay

The Hampton's Top Luxury Hotels LobbiesA hotel is only as good as it's lobby, and these beautiful entrances do not disappoint

Jetsetter | 12 Best Inns in the US

Set back from the Montauk Highway and within walking distance of East Hampton's best shops and restaurants, Baker House 1650 is an ideal getaway for every season. The seven bedrooms and suites are individually designed in a house-envy mix of William Morris wallpaper, mullioned bay windows, 17th-century hand hewn wood beams, sleigh beds and antique pedestal sinks. Don't miss a stroll through the gardens, filled with 200-year-old wisteria trees.

EQUESTRIO | Equestrio celebrates Global Art at East Hamptons

A historic Carriage House dating back to 1883 was the perfect setting for a Hamptons summer soiree with Equestrio. Antonella Bertello, owner of the The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton, NY hosted guests at her stunning inn to celebrate artist Mike Arnold and his exhibit "Polo: The Dance of Pony and Player." Glasses of Champagne Billecart-Salmon, compelling conversation, and artistic appreciation abounded on the magical midsummer evening where guests gathered from around the globe. For anyone looking for an oasis to stay in the Hamptons, the inn has a main house with pool and wisteria-covered pergola as well as a spa with indoor pool, sauna, and Jacuzzi. In the back of the property, the impeccably restored Carriage House has guest rooms and its own private pool and patio, original details such as the barn doors, iron spiral staircase, hay doors, and slate and wooden floors intact. It's the perfect place for luxury and privacy to stay during the Hampton Classic or vacation time year-round. Featured artist Mike Arnold and his wife Lauren traveled from Dubai where he has had an established architectural career which has evolved into art. "Living and working in the Middle East has exposed me to the region's inspiring admiration and love for horses and the venues where both horse and rider interact and compete," he explains. Many of his works capture horses racing in the prestigious Dubai World Cup. The process is a mono-print technique which is a combination and interaction of layers of pencil drawing over oil paper, over an oil painted foil on glass - an interesting interplay between positive and negative space. Read More

Hamptons | Baker House 1650

Luxury LodgingsThe Baker House 1650 is a 17th-century home once owned by Thomas Baker, one of the East Hampton's original founders. Famed interior designer and illustrator Jeremiah Goodman purchased the on-property carriage house in the late 1960s, transforming it into a luxurious playground for the famous friends like playwright Edward Albee and screen siren Brigitte Bardot. Now, The Baker House 1650 is an exclusive Elizabethan style holiday haven that evokes the elegance of an old English manor.

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Vogue | Eat Drink and Be Married

Continously awarded Most Excellent Inn in the America by Conde' Nast Johansens, THE BAKER HOUSE 1650 has a distinctive European feel. Ivy-colored walls and formal English gardens create a unique setting while state-of-the-art amenities, three swimming pools, the blissfully inviting Baker Spa and the Baker Carriage House, offering even more luxurious accommodations, make it a purely indulgent retreat. Visit www.bakerhouse1650.com or call +16313244081.

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Beach| Great Estates

Past Meets PresentThe buzzwords at The Baker House 1650 - East Hampton's 17th Century inn that's hotter than ever-are comfort, calm and sensory delights - By James Servin "Anybody who's been out in East Hampton has driven by The Baker House 1650," says Antonella Bertello, the bed and breakfast's proprietor. A real estate broker and fan of Formula One racing, Bertello has created an idyllic life in the slow lane at The Baker House 1650 for those accustomed to living it to the fullest in the fast lane. "When I saw this place for the first time, I was awed by the fact that just 10 feet from Main Street is this very European-looking property and its amazing gardens," she says.

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LONG ISLAND PULSE | THE HAMPTONS

The Hamptons are a luxuriance of summer activities (or, nothingness). Hotels follow suit

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BRITISH VOGUE | A Weekend Away or Just a Soiree

Continuously awarded :'vlost Excellent Inn in the Americas by Conde Nast Johansens, THE BAKER HOUSE 1650 has a distinctive European feel. Ivy-covered walls and formal English gardens create a unique setting while state-of-the-arc amenities, three swimming pools, the blissfully inviting Baker Spa and the Baker Carriage House, offering even more lu'mrious accommodations, make it a purely indulgent retreat. Visit www.bakerhousel650.com or call + 1 631 324 4081.

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MODERN LUXURY | THE BEACH REPORT

Easy to Love. Hard to LeaveContinuously awarded Most Excellent Inn in the Americas by Cond'e Nast Johansens, The Baker House 1650 has a distinctive European feel .Ivy-covered walls and formals English gardens create a unique setting while state-of-the-art amenities, three swimming pools, the blissfully inviting Baker Spa and the Baker Carriage House, offering even more luxurious accommodations, make its purely indulgent retreat.

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HOME, SUITE HOME

The Baker House 1650 suits all tastes in East Hampton
Markedly absent from the luxurious enclave of the Hamptons, Five-Star luxury hotels are at long last on the rise, there is now a trio of Hamptons properties where history and money have coupled to create hotels at a Relais & Chateaux level.
History and money are familiar bedfellows in Hamptons residential real estate: Even an imperfect piece of the past costs a pretty present penny. It's a different story on the hotel side, where the twain hardly ever bed down. Classic luxury accommodations in historic buildings are rare on the East End, which is why the Hamptons has been saddled with that hyphenated adjective

GARDEN OASIS
The Baker House 1650 suits all tastes in East Hampton.

 

And finally, here's the past as heritage. Baker House is a 1650 home that in 1911 was transformed into an Elizabethan-style manor by that era's Charles Gwathmey, Joseph Greenleaf Thorpe, the architect who did Grey Gardens among numerous other mansions, many in the gambrel style. Here, though, he went off on an inspired tangent, ransacking the Elizabethan playbook brilliantly: molded plaster ceiling paneling in the living room, coffered wood paneling in the lobby sitting room, tall eaves faced with strapwork (a decorative version of half-timbering), and those small-paned windows that give Elizabethan-style facades their inimitable rhythm.

I stayed in Maidstone, one of the top suites and a sonata of green. I've stayed in scores of luxury hotels around the world, but have rarely been so taken with a room. It's not the largest or the most luxurious room that I've ever had, but it wraps you in a cashmere throw of the past-reproduction William Morris wallpaper of twirling tendrils, three-over-five small paned windows that look across to Mulford Farm, embracing armchairs, and a window seat long enough to stretch out on, which my companion promptly did, purring the afternoon away here with a book.

The garden feels like the English countryside: 200-year-old wisteria vines agony-twisted up to the crossbeams of an arbor, and cypress trees formed an honor guard down the far side of the property. Loungers were strewn about in front of the small pool, which has been beautifully worked into the landscape. Over the hedge, there's an expanse of lawn with mature trees-hoop-skirted evergreens and obese rhododendrons ready to bloom-leading to the Carriage House, a two-suite compound with its own pool, much larger than the one behind the main house. (Baker House stands out among Hamptons luxury inns for having a pool at all, as it does for the small gem of a spa in the basement, which has its own pool, sauna, and jacuzzi.)

The room to get in the Carriage House is the Loft Suite, an open-plan garret of white, taupe, and beige with a big sleigh bed, a shower for two, and a deck flanked by gables. It's $1,500 a night in season, and as you suspected, in season it's always booked. However, I'd be quite happy waking up to see the hand-hewn wooden beams of The Hedges, one of the smallest rooms in the original part of the house. Past perfect. 181 Main St., East Hampton, 324-4081; bakerhouse1650.com H

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Hampton's Cottages and Gardens | A House to Remember

The legendary interiors illustrator Jeremiah Goodman created window displays and advertisements for Lord & Taylor for more than 30years, not to mention memorable drawings for decorators such as Billy Baldwin and magazines like Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Now, at 91, he reflects on one of his proudest achievements, his beloved East Hampton carriage house, originally built for the J. Harper Poor family in 1917 and now part of the Baker House hotel.

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The Observer | THE 1% SUMMER: OUR WEALTHOLOGISTS ON WHERE TO SUN, SWIM AND EAT $100 LOBSTER SALAD

Best summer breakfast buffet
The Garden at the Hotel de Russie in Roma (the coffee puts the aroma in Roma) has nothing on the breakfast buffet at the Baker House in East Hampton, freshly baked muffins and fresh berries. YUM.

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CONDE NAST TRAVELLER | WONDROUS STAYS

A previous winner of the Cond'e Nast Johansens Most Excellent Inn award,The Baker House 1650's ivy-covered walls and formal English gardens create a distinctive European feel,State-of-the-art amenities about and include three swimming pools, an inviting spa and the Baker carriage House offering additional luxury accommodation.

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Modern Luxury Manhattan September 2014

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Conde Nast Traveller Jan 2015

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New York Cottages & Gardens

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NY Post Top Travel Destinations

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Beach: Morning Glories

The Hamptons best breakfasts are harder to come by than you would think - they require an overnight stay at one of the East Ends beautiful old inns
Just steps away from the Guild Hall and the East Hamptoon Library is The Baker House 1650, a 17th century English manor and a year round retresat that takes the words

THE BAKER HOUSE 1650
The Baker House 1650, a 17th Century English manor and year-round retreat that takes the words "bed" and "breakfast" seriously.

 

Many of the seven unique rooms?five in the main house and two in the newly remodeled carriage house?have balconies, sitting areas and wood-burning fireplaces, but all feature flat-screen TVs, large beds with Kingsdown mattresses, Frette linens and towels, and lavish private bathrooms with spa-type tubs and L'Occitane products. For additional rejuvenation, there's even a spa on the property - a rarity in the Hamptons - that boasts an endless swimming pool, a steam shower, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. (Guests can also reserve the spa for private massages or facials.)

And while the inn's luxurious rooms and common areas will have you savoring the night hours, the delectable Baker Breakfast will have you anticipating the morning. A spread of homemade pastries (including berry cobblers; banana bread; scones; and lemon, blueberry and carrot cakes), fresh seasonal fruit from Hampton Market, Citarella and Round Swamp Farm; fresh-squeezed juices; and Hampton brand coffee greets you in the gardenside breakfast room. If a hot breakfast is more to your liking, dishes can also be made to order. The menu changes daily, but expect to find two egg-based dishes, like omelets with seasonal vegetables and herbs that are grown in the backyard, as well as something sweeter from the grill, such as Swedish pancakes with lingonbeny jam, cinnamon-bread French toast, or yeast-raised waffles.

You have the options of dining in your room or seated inside the charming breakfast space, but we suggest having your meal outside in the inn's magnificent English garden, with its vine-covered walls, 200-year-old wisteria tree and well-groomed lawn surrounding an infinity pool?which, if the weather is on your side, is perfect for an after-meal dip. From $395 per night through Dec. 1, 181 Main St., East Hampton, bakerhouse1650.com ?Camille Hunt

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The Express Magazine|Home & Garden: Meet me in the Garden

Hotels offer outdoor spaces for a cool drink or a quiet reflection - by Taessa Raebeck
In motor inns and chain hotels across the country, the bed is often the most coveted part of the visit. But out here on the East End, the hotel experience goes past the guest's room to include fine dining, furnished sitting rooms and, perhaps most importantly, the gardens and grounds. The hotels of the North and South Forks are not limited to a building, a parking lot, and maybe a fenced-in pool; guests are drawn to beautiful water views, fields of flowers and manicured lawns flanked by hydrangea bushes. At the Baker House on East Hampton's historic Main Street, a 200-year-old wisteria tree forms an arbor in the middle of the grounds.

THE BAKER HOUSE, EAST HAMPTON
MEET ME in the GARDEN Hotels offer outdoor spaces for a cool drink or quiet reflection BY TESSA RAEBECK

In motor inns and chain hotels across the country, the bed is often the most coveted part of the visit. But out here on the East End, the hotel experience goes past the guest's room to include fine dining, furnished sitting rooms and, perhaps most importantly, the gardens and grounds. The hotels of the North and South Forks are not limited to a building, a parking lot, and maybe a fenced-in pool; guests are drawn to beautiful water views, fields of flowers and manicured lawns flanked by hydrangea bushes.

At the Baker House on East Hampton's historic Main Street, a 200-year-old wisteria tree forms an arbor in the middle of the grounds.

"It's very much an English country garden," said Kathy McCormack of the Baker House.

On one side of the yard is a well, on the other a pristine light blue pool cascades on one side with a waterfall into a lowered stone siding. An espalier--a tree whose branches are trained to grow flat against a wall, supported on a lattice or a framework of stakes?supports apple trees that "just grow right on it, so you can see the formation of the trees right on the wall," Ms. McCormack said.

More wisterias, roses, lilies, hydrangeas and a "beautiful" magnolia tree also decorate the lawn, she said, as do French hydrangeas that frame the entire back trellis.

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Modern Luxury : Beach | Good House Keeping

With an international pedigree, The Baker House 1650 owner Antonella Bertello-Rosen has created a global bed-and-breakfast right in East Hampton.

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BNBFINDER.COM | TRAVEL: Taking Advantage of the Shoulder Season

East Hampton New York - The Baker House 1650

East Hampton is located at the eastern end of the South Shore of Long Island. From beautiful mansions to pristine beaches, designer shops to jaw-dropping nurseries, the Hamptons are exquisitely picturesque. But from Memorial Day through Labor Day not only can finding a room be difficult, the throngs of people traversing the main highways to get out there can be paralyzing (literally and figuratively). So why fight the crowds? Take advantage of the shoulder season and make a trip during September & October. The Baker House 1650, located on Main Street in East Hampton is an award-winning inn offering beautiful accommodations and top-of-line services and amenities.

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Conde Nast Traveller | Unforgettable Stays

Regarded the most exclusive bed and breakfast in the Hamptons, The Baker House 1650 has large, beautifully furnished bedrooms with wood-burning fireplaces and state-of-the-art amenities. The blissfully inviting Baker Spa and recently renovated Baker Carriage House make it a purely indulgent retreat.
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The Fabulous Baker House

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Tory Burch`s East Hampton City Guide | Sleep

This hotel has serious history - it was once a meeting place for town halls and religious services in the 17th Century. Now, the Baker House guest rooms feature incredible details, from original handcut wood beams to William Morris wallpaper. The backyard is equally as charming - have lunch under the wisteriacovered pergola or relax by the private pool.

Hamptons Dog issue

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Modern Luxury : Manhattan | The Beach Report

The Baker House 1650 stands as the most exclusive bed and breakfast accommodation in the Hamptons, unsurpassed in its sumptuous, yet casual luxury and is open year round. Whether for a vacation, a romantic getaway, or a beautiful wedding in the Hamptons, The Baker house 1650 is the ideal destination for the most discerning travelers - simply, the best B&B in the Hamptons.

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Hamptons Hotel Bedrooms | Baker House 1650 Huntting Room

Modern rustic meets Arts and Crafts with a carpet by Gavin Morton, old beams, William Morris Honeysuckle wallpaper, roughly painted boards with flatscreen TV over woodburning fireplace.

Curbed.com: The Hamptons 18 essential Hotels

The Baker House 1650, Unique, Lovely
Nowhere else on the East End will you find a hotel that looks like this. The public rooms and guest rooms are beautifully decorated in William Morris floral wallpapers and fabrics. Originally an eighteenth century house, the building was remodeled the house in the English Arts and Crafts style. Each guest room is different, and the spacious public rooms are inviting places to gather. The hotel is right on East Hampton's Main Street, walk able to shops and restaurants.

Welcome to the first-ever edition of Curbed Hamptons 'Hotel 18 map', your answer to the question, "Where should I stay in the Hamptons ?" We selected the 18 hotels, with your input, that we feel are most important to the Hamptons. Some are expensive, some are more moderate, but all have character. When you stay in these hotels, you know you are someplace special.

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Curbed.com: Hamptons hotel you wont ever want to leave

The Baker House 1650, Unique, Lovely
Nowhere else on the East End will you find a hotel that looks like this. The public rooms and guest rooms are beautifully decorated in William Morris floral wallpapers and fabrics. Originally an eighteenth century house, the building was remodeled the house in the English Arts and Crafts style. Each guest room is different, and the spacious public rooms are inviting places to gather. The hotel is right on East Hampton's Main Street, walkable to shops and restaurants.

Welcome to the first-ever edition of Curbed Hamptons 'Hotel 18 map', your answer to the question, "Where should I stay in the Hamptons ?" We selected the 18 hotels, with your input, that we feel are most important to the Hamptons. Some are expensive, some are more moderate, but all have character. When you stay in these hotels, you know you are someplace special.

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Curbed.com: The most beautiful hotel

The Baker House 1650, Unique, Lovely
Nowhere else on the East End will you find a hotel that looks like this. The public rooms and guest rooms are beautifully decorated in William Morris floral wallpapers and fabrics. Originally an eighteenth century house, the building was remodeled the house in the English Arts and Crafts style. Each guest room is different, and the spacious public rooms are inviting places to gather. The hotel is right on East Hampton's Main Street, walkable to shops and restaurants.

Welcome to the first-ever edition of Curbed Hamptons 'Hotel 18 map', your answer to the question, "Where should I stay in the Hamptons ?" We selected the 18 hotels, with your input, that we feel are most important to the Hamptons. Some are expensive, some are more moderate, but all have character. When you stay in these hotels, you know you are someplace special.

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Curbed.com: The most beautiful Hamptons hotel

The Baker House 1650, Unique, Lovely
Nowhere else on the East End will you find a hotel that looks like this. The public rooms and guest rooms are beautifully decorated in William Morris floral wallpapers and fabrics. Originally an eighteenth century house, the building was remodeled the house in the English Arts and Crafts style. Each guest room is different, and the spacious public rooms are inviting places to gather. The hotel is right on East Hampton's Main Street, walkable to shops and restaurants.

Welcome to the first-ever edition of Curbed Hamptons 'Hotel 18 map', your answer to the question, "Where should I stay in the Hamptons ?" We selected the 18 hotels, with your input, that we feel are most important to the Hamptons. Some are expensive, some are more moderate, but all have character. When you stay in these hotels, you know you are someplace special.

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CONDE NAST JOHANSENS | RECOMMENDED HOTELS, INNS & SPAS 2012

Exuding elegance and charm, The Baker House 1650 is an exclusive hideaway ideal for a romantic weekend getaway.
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ANDREW HARPER | BEST INNS

Several grand public rooms distinguish this venerable Elizabethan-style property [7 rooms] from others on the East End. The decor is a glorious and harmonious mix of idioms, colors, textures and styles. A sunny breakfast room looks out onto a secluded garden that contains a small infinity-edge pool, next to which is a pergola draped with a splendid 200-year-old wisteria.
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TOWN & COUNTRY | HANGING OUT HAMPTONS

At the head of the class is the Baker House 1650, which has just seven rooms and the most immaculate interior and grounds, including 200-year-old wisteria vines.

TOWN & COUNTRY

At the far eastern end of Long Island, a forty-mile stretch of bucolic beach towns beckons with an unexpected mix of rustic charm and glossy high style. Though it was cultivated for decades as an insular retreat for New Yorkers, the Hamptons has emerged of late as one of the most inviting locations for travelers worldwide.

Above all else, the natural beauty of this part of the world is hard to match. The Hamptons may indeed appear to be something straight from a Hollywood sound-stage, yet to those who migrate here cyclically with the tidal pull of summer, this is the most authentic of American retreats.

EAST HAMPTON The lively village of East Hampton encompasses a compelling mix of sequestered residential enclaves and formidable public thoroughfares for shopping and dining. Vying for your attention here is Ralph Lauren, with no fewer than four outposts, as well as Gucci, Tory Burch, Catherine Malandrino, Tiffany, Coach, ElieTahari and J. Crew. Beaches range from the private shores of the Maidstone Club and the Georgica Association tot he public Main Beach, where you're just as likely to have a bona fide 

In the 19th century, East Hampton was one of the first towns in the area to open accommodations for travelers, and it still plays host to the most impressive lineup of inns, all of them beautifully aged and restored, on the same idyllic stretch of Main Street near Town Pond. At the head of the class is the Baker House 1650, which has just seven rooms and the most immaculate interior and grounds, including 200-year-old wisteria vines.

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Travel & Leisure | Insider's Guide to The Hamptons 2012

The Classics - Just down the street behind an ivy-covered facade is the Baker House 1650, with seven Arts and Crafts-style rooms and two lovely outdoor pools...
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GREAT INNS | BED & BREAKFASTS AND GUESTHOUSES

One of the oldest continuously occupied structures in the U.S., the charming Baker House 1650 in East Hampton is among the finest luxury inns in the U.S.
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Hamptons Magazine | inns in bloom

Beautiful Gardens enhance guest's visits to a pair of east end getaways. The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton, revived by owners Bob Rosen and Antonella Bertello, is equally charming...
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Hamptons Magazine | the inn crowd

As a top vacation spot, the Hamptons offers some of the Best in Luxury Lodging
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Thats Life

Recomiendo ir a los Hamptons y pasar la noche en el Baker House en East Hampton, lujoso y discreto, con arboles centenarios y floreadas glicinas a dos...
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1000 Places To See Before You Die

Just down the street sits the Baker House 1650, a glorious English manor house converted to one of the country's finest luxury inns with seven sumptuous rooms, an English garden, and the most coveted guest amenity of all-beach parking permits.

NOTA BENE | THE HAMPTONS

...further along Main Street, this charming 7-bedroom country-house has a pretty garden and pool, as well as an indoor pool and spa facilities. On balance this is our preferred choice in East Hampton.

Hampton Dogs Book | Smile Makers at The Baker House 1650

Sophie and Phoebe. Occupation: Smile Makers at The Baker House 1650, Favorite Hamptons Hangout: Georgica Beach and Indian Wells Beach, Favorite Activity: Fetching Tennis Balls at the Beach, Body Surfing & Chasing Deer, Favorite Food: Baguettes, Bacon and Milkbones, Human Partners: Antonella Bertello & Bob Rosen.
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HAMPTONS COTTAGES & GARGENS | GUESTS RUNNETH OVER

The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton comes as close to estate living as the real thing.

Special Occasion | This is my favorite place to stay in the Hamptons

Baker House 1650
The Hamptons

SPECIAL OCCASION


This is my favorite place to stay in the Hamptons. As one guest remarked on my last visit, the Baker House reminded them of an elegant farmhouse in which they had stayed in Provence. 

Designed in 1910 from a 1648 farmhouse, this architectural marvel is a stunning property and unlike anything you have experienced before. Beautifully decorated in period antiques and comfortable furniture, the public rooms include a wood paneled reading room with a fireplace and a living room, also with a massive fireplace, with 3 separate sitting areas. One overlooks the rear gardens, one is in front of the fireplace and one surrounds an antique piano, a John Broadwood& Sons, from London. There are cushioned window seats throughout the cottage and in many of the rooms. 

The low, beamed ceiling breakfast room with French doors to the patio also has a bar and a couch and chair fronting a wood stove. Guests gather there at cocktail hour and help themselves to an honor bar. Have what you like and write it down on a pad. Liquor, beer, wine champagne and soft drinks and snacks are avaiable 24 hours a day. 

In 2001 a wonderful spa was added on the lower level. The music filled oasis is a soothing and tranquil respite from the drinking and dining pleasures of your weekend. The slate floor, brick walled facility has a steam room, sauna, exercise equipment and a swim-in-place lap pool. Thick terry robes are provided and massages can be arranged by management. 

There are only 5 bedrooms and with the exception of Room #15, which has twin beds, any one will do fine. My two favorites, however, are Room #12, a huge room overlooking the village green, with a king sized bed, love seat and ottoman, fireplace and Jacuzzi tub and Room #14, also overlooking the green, with dark walls, beamed ceilings, a queen bed, fireplace and claw footed tub. Other amenities include television, a sound machine, down comforters, big thick towels and Gilchrist &Soames toiletries. 

Coffee, juice, cereal and homemade muffins, fresh from the oven and newspapers are available at 7:30am in the breakfast room or on the patio. A full breakfast is served at 8:30am.

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THE ROBB REPORT | BAKER HOUSE 1650

Regarded by critics and guests alike as the most exclusive and luxurious small hotel in the Hamptons...

The Baker House 1650, East Hampton, NY Regarded by critics and guests alike as the most exclusive and luxurious small hotel in the Hamptons, The Baker House 1650 has a distinctive European fell with ivy-covered walls and beautiful formal English gardens. Less expected are state-of-the-art amenities such as flat-screen TVs, wireless Internet, two swimming pools (one indoors and one infinity-edge outdoors), and The Baker Spa, providing unparalleled luxury. 

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ROSS SCHOOL ANNUAL REPORT 2012 - 2013 - THE BAKER HOUSE 1650 SPONSORSHIP

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ROSS SCHOOL ANNUAL REPORT 2011 - 2012: THE BAKER HOUSE 1650 SPONSORSHIP

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EXPLORER GUIDES | A GREAT DESTINATION

A Great Destination. This East Hampton Main Street mansion has been transformed into a very elegant bed & breakfast. The architecture and decor are in the arts and crafts style, and the fabrics and wallpapers were imported from England. Each of the seven guest rooms is generously proportioned and has elegant tiled baths (several with jacuzzis) and fireplaces. There's a lovely courtyard in the back that overlooks expansive formal garden with an infinity pool, and there's an in-house spa.

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