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Located on Main Street in East Hampton, c/o The Maidstone has an intriguing history. Parts of the structure date back to the 17th century; the first guests stayed overnight during the 19th century when the building was being used as a tannery, and guests' saddles were being repaired. In the 1920s, the Maidstone Arms Inn opened. In 2008, Swedish hotelier Jenny Ljungberg purchased the inn, transforming it into the design destination it is today. All rooms are individually decorated and inspired by the style of a different Scandinavian celebrity. Bold patterns, vibrant colors, piles of coffee-table books, and a variety of textures characterize the cozy common spaces of this boutique hotel. Start an evening with a glass of local wine next to one of the fireplaces.
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Neighborhood Vibe
Located on Main Street in East Hampton, c/o The Maidstone is within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and bars in the heart of East Hampton. Bikes are available for rent, making it even easier to explore East Hampton and, for the fit, beyond to neighboring towns and the beach. This boutique is not located on the beach, but beach parking permits are available for guests wishing to make a short drive. Guests may also find a car useful for exploring nearby Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton, Southampton, and Montauk.
Need to Know
Rooms: From $495 in summer high season (from $235 during winter low season).
10 rooms, 6 suites, 3 cottages.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options: The Living Room Restaurant is a bright, whimsical space serving seasonal, local dishes with a Scandinavian touch for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea. The restaurant embraces a Slow Food mantra and sources fish, herbs, meat, and produce locally. Dishes range from Swedish favorites like köttbullar, or Swedish meatballs, to enticing main courses like crispy duck breast with grilled peaches.
Spa and gym details: There is complimentary yoga in the Buddha Garden during the summer season, bikes are available to rent, and spa services can be arranged in the rooms.
Insider Tips

Who's it for: Luxury, eco-minded travelers with an affinity for Scandinavian design. Couples who love to travel with their pooch.
Our favorite rooms: Each room is inspired by a Scandinavian celebrity. Our favorites include the Carl Von Linné cottage with a wood-burning fireplace and private garden and the opulent Birgit Nilsson room decorated in rich velvet with a windowed sitting room.
Don't forget: Ask about beach parking permits, which the hotel provides to make a day at the beach a breeze.
Insider Tip: In 2015, Austere, the Scandinavian design showroom based in Downtown L.A., opened a permanent outpost inside c/o The Maidstone selling goods from some of their most popular Scandinavian brands, including Schnayderman's, and Bjork & Berries. In addition, the common areas of the hotel are outfitted with classic designs from Scandinavian brands such as Artek and Louis Poulsen, all available for purchase through Austere.

207 Main St, East Hampton, NY 11937, USA
+1 631-324-5006
Sun - Thur 7am - 12am
Fri, Sat 8am - 2am
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