A stay at the Victorian House located on East Main Street in East Moriches, in New York’s Historic District offers a peaceful getaway in a charming village nestled amid 15 acres of green meadows with views of Moriches Bay.
The large wrap around porch is a perfect setting to sit back and sip a cup of coffee in the morning or watch the stars at night.
Breakfast and Tea
Breakfast and afternoon tea are served on the porch and patio. If you stay the weekend, this includes a full breakfast for two. A continental breakfast for two is available for weekday stays.
Breakfast items are freshly prepared on the premises with USDA organic ingredients and, if you have special dietary needs they can be accommodated.
Victorian House B & B Bedrooms
The Victorian House B & B has three bedrooms available to guests. Smoking and pets are not allowed. Children are welcome when you rent all three rooms.
The Dahlia Room
Painted in warm tones, the Dahlia Room is equipped with a queen-size pillow-top bed. In the morning, watch the sunrise from your window as you look out over a rolling meadow.
The Hydrangea Room
The Hydrangea Room looks out over the meadow and offers a peek at Moriches Bay. This peaceful room features a brass bed and makes a cozy retreat to curl up with a good book.
The Summer Sweet
The Summer Sweet room is a perfect for a romantic getaway. It features a private bath with an over-sized tub and separate shower. It even has its own fireplace. It’s a popular choice for honeymoons.
The house is fully air conditioned and each bedroom is equipped with cable TV, and free wireless Internet access. All this is wrapped in Victorian charm with cathedral ceilings, exposed beams, and large windows.
The Victorian B & B is ready to make your stay as pleasurable as possible. This includes assistance in lining up activities or pointing you to attractions in the area.
The Victorian charm of this bed and breakfast is ideal, whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or just looking to escape from the regular day-to-day rat race.
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