In the heart of Springs artists community experience a WOW! world style villa. Enjoy beautifully appointed rooms, 66 foot pool, hot tub with waterfall, wading pool, and indoor Endless Pool. In our landscaped courtyard garden, private and communal seating areas offer relaxation in a serene setting. You can take a one block walk or bike ride to Clearwater Beach Preserve and Marina on never-crowded Gardiner’s Bay to enjoy the adventure of beach-combing, swimming, fishing, kayaking. Or explore the area’s quiet streets. Step outside into the silent beauty of a country setting; be greeted by a million stars at night or perhaps a giant moon rising in the woods surrounding the house; sight deer, turtles, possum, wild turkeys. We offer you the tranquility of natural beauty only minutes away from busy, teeming East Hampton. Some of our amenities are a gym, game room with HDTV, Blue-Ray, pool table, darts, Wii, media room, living room with fireplace, and, of course, art. Guests are welcome to engage with Rosalind Brenner & Michael Cardacino, the artists/proprietors. And a delicious, abundant breakfast is served every morning.
4.8 on April 24, 2014
Loved my stay....a perfect 48 hours.
5 on September 26, 2013
We had a wonderful stay at the Art House. The owners, Mike and Rosiland were absolutely great and provided a warm and lovely visit. Best BnB we have ever stayed in...beautiful house, delicious food and perfect amenities.
5 on July 26, 2013
We stayed at the Art House B&B after a stay in NYC. After the busy and vibrant city, we found a house with a tranquile and serene atmosphere. The house and the hosts offer everything a person can wish for. They allow you to experience a mixture of cultural infuences, art, relaxing moments and high-tech at the same time and it all works together. We stayed in the master spa room and our children in the master guest room. Both rooms were luxurious with very comfortable beds. If we wanted to enjoy the pool or go out to the beach, everything was provided : towels, chairs, umbrella's, water,... It was like being at home and having everything within reach. Also the breakfast was outstanding : good quality products with a very good choice. The host Michael and Rosalind are very welcoming people and Michael gave us very good directions to explore the surroundings. We had a great stay at the Art House B&B and can highly recommend it !
5 on June 18, 2013
Amazing stay in East Hampton!! It was our first time in the Hampton's but it definitely will not be our last. Michael and Rosalind are wonderful, helpful and gracious hosts. Take their advice for dinner/lunch recommendations!! Breakfast was outstanding and the rooms were so perfect we couldn't wait to get back and relax in bed. Will be back soon, thank you for all the memories:)
5 on June 02, 2013
Perfect if you need a quiet base of operations for activities in the Hamptons. Expensive, but good value considering the attentiveness of the owners and the peace and quiet of an out-of-the-way location not in the middle of town.
5 on May 12, 2013
I spent 3 nights at the Art House B&B together with my parents and brother and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The rooms are well equipped and very comfortable. Michael and Rosalind are phenomenal hosts and make you feel right at home. We also had scrumptious breakfasts every morning courtesy of Chef Mike. The area around Art House is also really serene and peaceful and away from the bustle of main street, so it's great for walks after dinner and morning runs. We will definitely be back to visit!
4.6 on March 03, 2013
My teenage son and I stayed 2 nights at the Art House in December 2012. Our hosts,Michael and Rosalind were absolutely charming and did everything they could to make our stay comfortable - from providing restaurant and sight seeing recommendations, driving us to a restaurant on our first night there, and organising cabs for us. We stayed in the Master Guestroom which was fab...especially the steam bath in the bathroom! We wish we could've stayed longer. Thank you Rosalind and Michael, and your wonderful team, for making our 3 days with you absloutely lovely! Shyamala (Singapore)
4.6 on January 16, 2013
The house and rooms are absolutely stunning. It is tasteful and elegant without being pretentious. Michael and Rosalind are warm, intelligent, and friendly hosts. We stayed on our mini honeymoon and were the only guests at the time. At first we felt a bit awkward, but after having a delicious breakfast cooked by Michael and talking with both of them a bit, we felt competely at ease. Both hosts are artists and have their work displayed throughout the home. We loved it so much we bought one of Rosalnd's paintings as a souvenier of our honeymoon and this place. We are a blue collar couple (even at their much reduced off-season prices, the two nights we spent here were nearly a month's salary), but that is the ONLY reason we probably won't be back. Were money not an object we'd become regulars. I would recommend them to anyone!
5 on December 24, 2012
The Art House was put together piece-by-piece as a labor of love. The attention to detail is extraordinary. It is simply beautiful (and lots of fun too!). Both Rosalind and Michael are active and passionate artists who are a pleasure getting to know. In the morning, a very tasty breakfast awaited us. It closed out our two-day celebration of our 25th anniversary and will give us lasting memories. I would say The Art House is the best and most interesting bed and breakfast on Long Island. I just wish we had more than one night/morning to stay.
5 on November 20, 2012
What a beautiful home and what lovely people. Me and my husband wanted to spend a night out east for dark skies, so we decided to treat ourselves to a nice b&b. The room was luxurious, the breakfast was amazing! We thoroughly enjoyed meeting the owners and visiting their art space as well. We look forward to the next time we can treat ourselves here again.
New York, NY (NYC-All Airports) 100 miles
From the JFK airport, take Interstate 678 North (Van Wyck Expressway)or from LaGuardia take Grand Central Parkway South to the Long Island Expressway (495) East. Take the LIE East to Exit 70, Route 111 to Manorville/Eastport. At the end of the ramp turn right on 111 and follow to the end (approx. 5 miles) to Route 27 East. Stay on Route 27 until you reach East Hampton Village (approximately 30 miles). Route 27 takes a couple of left turns but it is well marked. You will know when you reach East Hampton because the route takes a left turn and there is a beautiful swan pond directly in front of you. Take the left and immediately past the first traffic light (Newtown Lane) get in the left lane and bear left before the Windmill onto North Main Street. Continue under train trestle past two traffic lights to fork. Bear right at fork onto Springs Fireplace road. Go approx. 6.5 miles and make a left turn onto Hog Creek Lane. Make your third right onto Bon Pinck Way. We are the second house on the left with the lattice wood fence and Indian teepee sculpture in the front yard. Pull into the driveway and park. Then follow the driveway to the right and to the entrance.
Bed and Breakfast, Homestay, Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Piano, TV Video games, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wet bar , 66' Lap Pool/Wading/Sitting Pool, Fitness Room with Weights, Mats, Machines, TV, Hot Tub with Waterfall, Indoor Heated Endless Exercise Pool, Pub area with 8-ball pool table, Media room with 50" HDTV/Cable/Blu-ray/Wii
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Sailing, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Water sports
Michael Cardacino / Rosalind Brenner
Working Fine artists, Photography, Paintings, Sculptures, Stained Glass
Low fat , Vegetarian