Grassmere Inn Bed and Breakfast

★★★☆☆
  • 7 Beach Ln

    Westhampton Bch, NY 11978

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  • 631-288-4021

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This was our second year in a row staying at the Grassmere, and we had an even more delightful stay this time around. We were expecting our room in the "back house" to be tighter and less comfortable than last year's spacious accommodations in the "main house," but it turned out to be quite charming and just perfect for a family of three. Everything was both clean and worked well. Breakfast was hearty, with a wonderful variety of fruit. The playground and basketball court make it the ideal place for kids. As the array of flags on the front porch suggests, the place also has a very cool international flair to it; we got to chat with guests from Austria and Germany over breakfast and on the porch. One could also not ask for a better location; the hotel is right down the road from a beautiful beach, right around the corner from downtown shops and restaurants, and just a short walk from the Hampton Synagogue.

What really makes the Grassmere so wonderful, though, are the folks who run it. Peter is the NICEST guy, who always goes the extra mile to provide the finest in hospitality. For instance, at breakfast he provided fruit for guests from his own stash and lent us his beach pass twice. Then, to our amazement, he allowed us to stay a third night for free only because it had rained the day before and he wanted us to have one nice beach day. The employees are equally gracious and helpful; when we checked in late at night, I asked the clerk on duty, Jackson, if there was anything I could drink a beer from. He found and hand-washed for me an authentic metal-rimmed Stella Artois glass - awesome! The lady who worked during breakfast, whose name I never found out, was also extremely polite, cheerful, and attentive. In short, the Grassmere Inn is THE place to stay in the Hamptons. THANK YOU to Peter and staff for making our stay such a pleasure. We'll be back!

Ron, Marisa, and Alexander Georgalis
Great Neck, NY

5
★★★★★

This was our second year in a row staying at the Grassmere, and we had an even more delightful stay this time around. We were expecting our room in the "back house" to be tighter and less comfortable than last year's spacious accommodations in the "main house," but it turned out to be quite charming and just perfect for a family of three. Everything was both clean and worked well. Breakfast was hearty, with a wonderful variety of fruit. The playground and basketball court make it the ideal place for kids. As the array of flags on the front porch suggests, the place also has a very cool international flair to it; we got to chat with guests from Austria and Germany over breakfast and on the porch. One could also not ask for a better location; the hotel is right down the road from a beautiful beach, right around the corner from downtown shops and restaurants, and just a short walk from the Hampton Synagogue.

What really makes the Grassmere so wonderful, though, are the folks who run it. Peter is the NICEST guy, who always goes the extra mile to provide the finest in hospitality. For instance, at breakfast he provided fruit for guests from his own stash and lent us his beach pass twice. Then, to our amazement, he allowed us to stay a third night for free only because it had rained the day before and he wanted us to have one nice beach day. The employees are equally gracious and helpful; when we checked in late at night, I asked the clerk on duty, Jackson, if there was anything I could drink a beer from. He found and hand-washed for me an authentic metal-rimmed Stella Artois glass - awesome! The lady who worked during breakfast, whose name I never found out, was also extremely polite, cheerful, and attentive. In short, the Grassmere Inn is THE place to stay in the Hamptons. THANK YOU to Peter and staff for making our stay such a pleasure. We'll be back!

Ron, Marisa, and Alexander Georgalis
Great Neck, NY

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This was our second year in a row staying at the Grassmere, and we had an even more delightful stay this time around. We were expecting our room in the "back house" to be tighter and less comfortable than last year's spacious

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This was our second year in a row staying at the Grassmere, and we had an even more delightful stay this time around. We were expecting our room in the "back house" to be tighter and less comfortable than last year's spacious

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Need One say More???

We were disgusted!At first couldn't believe our eyes..

Horrible...

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★☆☆☆☆

Need One say More???

We were disgusted!At first couldn't believe our eyes..

Horrible...

Pros: Location Beautiful Town Fantastic Atlantic Ocean

Cons: 'Bed Bugs'

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This bed and breakfast is horrid. I can't believe that the state allows it to operate for health, sanitary, and safety reasons! We stayed there for a weekend for a wedding and I was super hung over on Sunday so I decided to try the juice in the kitchen on that day only and realized I swallowed a mouthful of fruitflies which the receptionist who was 15ish refused to replace while other guests slurped down the same. Save yourself the money and the hassle- the beds and rooms were filthy and the location is not stellar to say the least! You will hear the juvenile sounds of underage tennis players through the very thin walls as well. I was drunk and could still hear it. This place makes the La Quinta look like the Ritz.

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★☆☆☆☆

This bed and breakfast is horrid. I can't believe that the state allows it to operate for health, sanitary, and safety reasons! We stayed there for a weekend for a wedding and I was super hung over on Sunday so I decided to try the juice in the kitchen on that day only and realized I swallowed a mouthful of fruitflies which the receptionist who was 15ish refused to replace while other guests slurped down the same. Save yourself the money and the hassle- the beds and rooms were filthy and the location is not stellar to say the least! You will hear the juvenile sounds of underage tennis players through the very thin walls as well. I was drunk and could still hear it. This place makes the La Quinta look like the Ritz.

Pros: None

Cons: See Review

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The location is perfect, you are right near the main street shops and restaurants, and a nice walk to the beach and through incredible neighborhood streets, gorgeous homes/mansions.
Very low-key atmosphere bed & breakfast, with delicious muffins and fresh fruit for breakfast, and a friendly staff!

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★★★★☆

The location is perfect, you are right near the main street shops and restaurants, and a nice walk to the beach and through incredible neighborhood streets, gorgeous homes/mansions.
Very low-key atmosphere bed & breakfast, with delicious muffins and fresh fruit for breakfast, and a friendly staff!

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If you like tennis, easy access to all the Hamptons has to offer, then you are going to love it here. Tennis lessons and clinics are top notch. We traveled with a group that included non-tennis players. There was plenty for everyone to do with shopping, beautiful beaches, a performing arts center and a spa all within walking distance. The rooms were clean, comfortable, and quiet. The decor was so quaint with pastel quilts and pretty woodwork . Peter, his staff and the fellow guests are so warm and friendly. Solo travelers would do well here. It is as relaxing or as active as you want it to be.

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★★★★★

If you like tennis, easy access to all the Hamptons has to offer, then you are going to love it here. Tennis lessons and clinics are top notch. We traveled with a group that included non-tennis players. There was plenty for everyone to do with shopping, beautiful beaches, a performing arts center and a spa all within walking distance. The rooms were clean, comfortable, and quiet. The decor was so quaint with pastel quilts and pretty woodwork . Peter, his staff and the fellow guests are so warm and friendly. Solo travelers would do well here. It is as relaxing or as active as you want it to be.

Pros: Warm friendly staff, excellent service, close to beach, shopping and dining. Great tennis.

Cons: If you want to be anonymous or stay at a large hotel this is not for you.

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this is a terrible bed and breakfast. pretty much everything they try to do is based around giving the lowest quality service to the customer at an outrageously high price.

for example when you arrive they ask you to please take very short showers to save water. they also tell you they won't wash towels each day or give you clean towels, so please don't expect it. they claim this is to save the environment.

they tell you they provide many things (for example beach towels, portable heaters for the rooms that don't have heat, etc.) then when you go to the front desk to ask for them they tell you they are out of them all of a sudden. if you need a cot there is a $40/night cot fee. i would not have been surprised if they had tried to charge us per square of toilet paper!

on the wall of your room is a threatening letter that says if you try to steal a quilt, towel, wash cloth, etc, they will charge your account. first of all who steals quilts, towels, wash cloths from bed and breakfasts? no one is that sleazy - give me a break. but the hilarious part is the quilts are old beat up moth ridden quilts and they say they will charge you $150 if it is taken from the room. the soap and shampoo is cheap liquid soap and they say if you take the "designer" soap/shampoo set you will be charged $50! honestly its laughable and a little bizarre.

they have a bunch of old rusted out cars/trucks behind the house. is this westhampton or west virginia?

the whole bed and breakfast is just incredibly cheap and sleazy in every way but it is very expensive.

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★☆☆☆☆

this is a terrible bed and breakfast. pretty much everything they try to do is based around giving the lowest quality service to the customer at an outrageously high price.

for example when you arrive they ask you to please take very short showers to save water. they also tell you they won't wash towels each day or give you clean towels, so please don't expect it. they claim this is to save the environment.

they tell you they provide many things (for example beach towels, portable heaters for the rooms that don't have heat, etc.) then when you go to the front desk to ask for them they tell you they are out of them all of a sudden. if you need a cot there is a $40/night cot fee. i would not have been surprised if they had tried to charge us per square of toilet paper!

on the wall of your room is a threatening letter that says if you try to steal a quilt, towel, wash cloth, etc, they will charge your account. first of all who steals quilts, towels, wash cloths from bed and breakfasts? no one is that sleazy - give me a break. but the hilarious part is the quilts are old beat up moth ridden quilts and they say they will charge you $150 if it is taken from the room. the soap and shampoo is cheap liquid soap and they say if you take the "designer" soap/shampoo set you will be charged $50! honestly its laughable and a little bizarre.

they have a bunch of old rusted out cars/trucks behind the house. is this westhampton or west virginia?

the whole bed and breakfast is just incredibly cheap and sleazy in every way but it is very expensive.

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This cheery white house is just 75 miles from Manhattan, making it convenient for weekend getaways. It boasts the distinction of being Long Island's biggest bed and breakfast, and with 36 rooms, it does offer a less claustrophobic…

 

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