If you’re like The Hamptons Girl, no vacation or weekend getaway is truly complete without your furry BFF. Since not every hotel is dog-friendly, it can be difficult to find the ideal place to stay. But do not fret, The Hamptons Girl is here to help! Check out this list of 6 dog-friendly hotels in the Hamptons for your next trip with the pups.
Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor is an elegant, classic-Hamptons hotel. Located right on the water, Baron’s Cove is equipped with a pool, restaurant, and full bar. Additionally, they provide resort services like a complimentary shuttle to the beach as well as other recreational activities. Check out the selection of dog-friendly Village Garden rooms and other accommodations online and make your reservation ASAP.
This quaint little bed and breakfast located on the bustling main street of downtown Amagansett is totally adorbs and Hamptons-chic. Luckily for the cottage-loving Hamptonite, this lovely little spot allows dogs and is also a short walk from the beach!
The Southampton Inn is a charming hotel nestled in the historic Southampton village. This boutique hotel strives to provide a relaxing sanctuary for city-goers alike. Not to mention, Southampton Inn is home to Café Klyde, a new restaurant in the Hamptons that offers some of the best breakfast in the area. Upon request, guests are allowed to bring up to two pets to enjoy this lovely vacation.
The Topping Rose House is undoubtedly one of the hottest hotels in the Hamptons this summer. From the elegant rooms to the posh décor in this Greek revival style mansion, Topping Rose House is the perfect place to go if you are looking for luxury and class on your next Hamptons vacation. Thankfully, this fab hotel allows pets in certain rooms!
The Shelter Island House is yet another quintessential Hamptons hotel. The classic, beachy style is great for a summer weekend or vacation. This elegant little spot also allows for pups to come and stay, so it’s a fabulush option to consider for your next trip to the Hamptons.
The Mill House Inn located in East Hampton is high-end and chic. The Inn itself has a great selection of luxurious rooms and other amenities. Of course, the Mill House Inn offers accommodations for dogs as well. Check out rates, rooms, availability and more by clicking here.
Dog-Friendly Beaches In The Hamptons
To go along with the suggested places to stay with your dog in the Hamptons, The Hamptons Girl has dug up some of the rules & regs about dog-friendly beaches. Unfortunately, pups are not allowed during normal hours of operation. Check out the links below to get the scoop on where permit-holding dog owners are welcome to take their pups to play…
- Southampton Beaches / 631.728.8585 / Doggy access: after 6pm
- East Hampton Beaches / 631.324.0074 / Doggy access: after 6pm
- Amagansett / Doggy access: after 6pm (*beaches on the bay side tend to be more lax with leash laws)
- Montauk Beaches / 631.668.1301 / Doggy access: after 6pm
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- Hamptons Style: Your go-to guide for modern preppy glam must-haves & essentials.
- Hamptons Decor: Fabulush decor ideas for the coastal chic lifestyle.
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by Midtown Girl editorial staff