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"The hotel features an array of amenities, including an on-site restaurant, bar and bakery, a swimming pool and bicycles to rent for exploring the island. Guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast every morning on the sunny deck and evening drinks by the swimming pool after a game of petanque."
It’s time for dinner at Shelter Island House’s restaurant, the Tavern. With its cozy bar, dining near a fireplace on chilly nights and outside dining by the swimming pool, the Tavern is a year-round favorite. The menu includes luscious burgers, “Montauk” beer-battered fish and chips, pasta and steak. Its outdoor fire pit is encircled by Adirondack chairs, and bocce courts, lit by strings of white lights, offer entertainment before or after dinner.
"Upon arriving on the ferry, we went to our hotel: The Shelter Island House. Cozy, chic and classic, this place has it all and was ranked the top Shelter Island hotel on TripAdvisor."
"Winter rates start at $175 per night for the hotel’s 10 rooms. Take advantage of the hotel’s Winter Date Night Special, which includes one night’s stay, a three-course dinner for two at The Tavern restaurant and continental breakfast the next morning, for $325 plus tax."
"If you’re wintering on The Rock, few places are more inviting than The Tavern at Shelter Island House. In winter, Wednesday is burger night with half-price beer or wine with burgers."
"Historic charm is the name of the game at Shelter Island House...Pull up a chaise at the pool or grab a spot on the beach for a full day of lounging, and don’t forget to reserve a table at the Tavern for an obligatory dinner from a phenomenal chef whose menu changes dutifully with the seasons"
“The intimately sized Shelter House Island is a beautiful boutique hotel that features gracious accommodations, spa bathrooms, chic décor and local art. Complimentary amenities include continental breakfast, Wi-Fi, a pool, an outstanding on-site restaurant and bar.”
“The elegantly styled 19th-century hotel has 11 rooms with coral printed pillows and an array of modern art, encapsulating the perfect coastal hideaway. Grab an ice cold IPA in the tavern after a long day at the beach or go for an evening swim in the outdoor pool.”
“Enjoy the best of Shelter Island with a stay at this peaceful, all-American hotel, complete with white-washed walls, a wrap-around porch and rooms decorated in soothing pastel tones.”
“Located at the eastern end of Long Island in New York, the quaint town is reachable by ferry from Sag Harbor or Greenport…the traditional East Coast–style Shelter Island House…days reading on the hotel’s wicker furniture–decorated porch and biking through the trees down to the beach.”
“The Tavern at Shelter Island House...a chef with “a genuine love of all things cuisine” and dishes chosen from what’s fresh from local farmers and fishermen.”
“Shelter Island House excels in outdoor seating -- there's always another porch, patio or deck around the corner as well as a pool, and those pétanque courts.”
"Past and present merge to perfection at the luxurious, stylishly renovated Shelter Island House in Shelter Island Heights, NY, located just one block from the beach...Guests are treated to a wealth of complimentary amenities, including an enticing continental breakfast, Wi-Fi, pool, bar, new gift shop and bicycles."
“The holiday weekend we spent at The Shelter island House was lovely. We felt that we were part of a small, caring family during our stay.”