3.8 on October 24, 2014
Quiet, exquisite home with pristine rooms. Tastefully decorated. Sumptuous, manicured grounds with incredible views & vistas.
5 on September 21, 2014
Gorgeous location on the bay, impeccably clean rooms, wonderful shared spaces (sitting rooms, pool table) and fantastic host (Colleen)! One of the best places we have ever stayed in the Northeast. We will go back!
5 on August 30, 2013
Outstanding Diamond Collection Accommodations, a sparkling jewel of a Hamptons B&B, with superbly catered breakfasts and restfully bright airy rooms, situated on Moriches Bay across from Westhampton Dunes Barrier Island.
5 on August 22, 2013
Wonderful views, great service, clean and super relaxing. Staff were awesome and helpful with day trips.
5 on February 20, 2012
It was our first visit to Seatuck and it will be our tradition to come every year for Valentine's Day. The inn is beautiful, the room was outstanding, the views were amazing, the breakfast was superb...thank you Colleen. We loved every minute of our stay. We were given snacks, water, yummy chocolate covered strawberries and a heart of chocolates. The only thing I missed was the sunset due to clouds. Next time!
4.8 on May 03, 2011
The Sea tuck Cove Inn is an excellent choice if you are looking for a beautiful, cozy, impeccably clean bed and breakfast on the island. The service from all the staff was outstanding and the cost is worth every penny. The online pictures do no justice to this quaint B & B. I will defiantly stay there in the future and recommend it to everyone. Great homemade muffins ; )
5 on July 23, 2010
The Seatuck Cove House is amazing in every way. Colleen makes the best French toast - her hospitality makes the stay here better than any place we've been. Thank you Colleen.
5 on March 10, 2010
Wonderful view to the bay, lovely bedroom, super clean, the perfect host, very friendly. Would come back anytime.
4.2 on February 17, 2010
We were scheduled to stay in the Marina Room but there was some kind of mix up, so the owner immediately gave us an upgrade to a beautiful suite for the same price. Naturally, we were thrilled about this and were impressed by the fact that the owner made this decision without hesitation, definitely good business practice. We arrived on Valentines Day and were pleasantly surprised to see fresh flowers, a complimentary box of chocolates & other snacks left in the room for our enjoyment. We had a spacious private bath with a Jacuzzi which was extremely relaxing! There was also a private balcony which we didn't get to enjoy much of, due to the weather. The INN was lovely, very clean and had awesome water views. The only minor thing was that the owner had a dog on the premises. Don't get me wrong, Trooper is a beautiful & friendly dog but I think that guests should be made aware of his presence prior to making the reservation. Some people have allergies and others may be afraid of dogs. I was a little startled when we first got there & opened the front door and heard a dog barking and then saw him approaching us. Again, he turned out to be friendly but it definitely took me by surprise, especially because he is a pretty big dog. He was not allowed upstairs which I thought was a good thing but he was in the dining area during breakfast, approaching guests at the table while we were eating. I have to be honest; I didn't particularly care for that. Overall, we truly enjoyed our stay at Seatuck and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a serene & picturesque getaway.
4.6 on January 29, 2010
The inn itself is beautifully laid out with a serene setting on a bay - it is peaceful, quiet. Our accomodations were tastefully decorated and quite comfortable.
4.4 on January 25, 2010
If you are looking for a beautiful and quite respite from your busy life Seatuck Cove House is the place for you! About 20min to the Hamptons, Seatuck Cove House it ideal. My wife and I have stayed there twice and can't wait to go back. I recommend the Dune suite, if its available, but all the rooms are spacious and comfortable. The Marina room which is the smallest of the rooms, but is still comfortable. Your stay comes with a complimentary breakfast made fresh by the Inn Keeper Colleen, which is always a culinary delight, and her fresh made cookies are to die for! If you are looking for a getaway which isn't too far away I recommend this place highly.
5 on December 09, 2009
They really made you feel at home, "our place is your place." Gorgeous property, beautiful breakfast and warm hospitality.
4.6 on November 01, 2009
We have stayed at the Inn 4 times,and highly recommend it to all. The rates off peak are more reasonable. The rooms are beautiful, the view is amazing, and the staff congenial. Thanks to Collen and her staff for a wonderful and pleasant experience.
4.0 on October 19, 2009
The Inn was lovely and cozy and was immaculately clean. My husband and I are not big bed & breakfast people but decided to spend a night at the Seatuck Cove House because we'd been holding on to a gift certificate and needed a night away. The Inn exceeded our expectations in terms of cleanliness and comfort. The bed was very comfy and the shower was fabulous (rain shower head-- thumbs up!). The one thing that was VERY strange was we arrived a little before the check in time, as we weren't sure how long it would take us to get there and no one was there to greet us. We eventually found 2 people in the house who seemed startled (and annoyed) that we were there early. One of them showed us our room and gave us the key but we felt like we weren't supposed to be there so we left for the day. We returned at 6:30ish to find the front door open but again, the whole house was empty and dark. No host anywhere in sight. We changed for dinner, left again and when we returned from dinner, same thing! We felt so awkward going to sleep that night never having officially checked in or having met the host/owner. The next morning there were 2 other couples at breakfast with us (they must have arrived very late) and the chef prepared a lovely breakfast. When we asked about checking out, she said she'd handle it and she's the one who took our gift certificates and payment. We never saw the host/owner once the whole stay. Felt very strange to us... I asked a few people if this was normal, having never stayed at a b&b and everyone said this was odd. I was thrown off given the great feedback that the host has on this site. Perhaps an off weekend for them? In any case, we thought it was a nice Inn but would definitely like the inn keeper to know that we felt uncomfortable and awkward.
5 on October 13, 2009
Thanks Colleen and her staff, we have a great stay enjoyed the view and service, breakfast was outstanding, will go back again
5 on September 01, 2009
Seatuck Cove is in a lovely, gorgeous location. The inn is quiet, well manicured and well-appointed. It is superbly clean and a trhue oasis from the cacophony of everyday life. Colleen, the innkeeper, is kind, accommodating and a gracious host.
4.0 on January 23, 2009
The place is amazing. The innkeeper is wonderful, her breakfasts should appear in gourmet magazine and they taste even better. The house is imaculate and the service wonderful. The warmth and hospitality made us feel like we home. It was a wonderful experience. We will be back.
3.0 on August 11, 2008
Overall, a beautiful B&B, nice location, friendly innkeeper. The only negatives: We stayed in the Marina Room, which did not have its own temperature control. The room was very warm. Told this to the innkeeper more than once, but the room still remained on the warm side, which did not make us happy. Our second day, we did not get our room made up, even though we were out of the room from around 10:30 a.m. through 2 p.m.