• Tuesday, October 27, 2020

The Hamptons in The Fall

Road Trip: The Baker House 1650
October 2, 2019
By , Associate Editor

The great thing about The Hamptons is that they never go out of season. It’s a popular destination during the summer months, but The Hamptons in the fall means fewer people, better deals, more comfortable weather, and equally as much (if not more) to do.

The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton, an award-winning boutique Hamptons Inn has three new experience deals for this fall. Each one centers around a getaway for two, with a multitude of experiences, and access to amenities on top of the luxury accommodation already offered at The Baker House.

The Endless Summer Experience (available until October 10th 2019) is perfect for those who are still nostalgic of the summer and want to dip back in for a weekend. The Baker House will provide you with a parking pass to the East Hampton Village ocean beaches (along with chairs, towels, and umbrellas). After a day at the beach you can enjoy a lunch and a bottle of Wolffer Rose in the Baker House gardens, after which you can migrate to one of the heated outdoor swimming pools to soak up the remains of the sunshine, and complete your day with dinner at one of the top restaurants in East Hampton with a $100 dining credit.

With The Fall Harvest Wine Experience (available until November 17th), you arrive to The Baker House to a bottle of red wine and chilled white wine, complete with a meat and cheese board delivered to your room. You are then provided with round-trip transportation to a tour of a vineyard, to dive into the operations of a renowned East Coast Winery (rest assured, this includes four glasses of wine). End your day with a $100 dining credit towards one of the finest restaurants of The Hamptons, and sleep in until a 1pm checkout the next day.


And lastly, The Couples Connection Experience (available until November 17th) is a two-night experience which commences with your arrival to two mini-bottles of Moet & Chandon Rosé Champagne and chocolate covered strawberries, and continues with a romantic couple’s massage and a one-hour private use of The Baker Spa (which features an indoor swimming pool, sauna, and steam shower). But no romantic getaway is complete without a dinner at one of the finest restaurants in The Hamptons with a dining credit of $100, and a late 1pm checkout the next day.