Sunset Motel 62005 Route 48, Greenport, NY11944 This two-story waterfront hotel provides expansive views of the Long Island Sound and a large area for guests to enjoy…More sunbathing during the day and sunsets at night. The motel is conveniently located just minutes from dining and antique shops. Wine enthusiasts can slip away to a nearby vineyard and for those seeking a little more activity, golf, tennis and fishing opportunities are close by.
Sunset Beach 35 Shore Rd, Shelter Island Heights, NY11965 Often described as a tropical resort in your own backyard, Sunset Beach is a European-style waterfront hotel featuring a…More stylish, open-air restaurant and pub on Shelter Island where shirt and shoes are optional. The amenities in the hotel's 20 rooms include private sundecks, mini-bars and in-room massages. A beachside boutique and bike rentals are also available. An international, multi-lingual staff make sure visitors from around the world feel pampered and a part of paradise.
Island Gunite Swimming Pools, Inc. Sunset Ln, Greenport, NY11944 Island Gunite Swimming Pools, Inc., is a swimming pool service in the North Fork area. For more inforamtion call the…More number listed.
Breakwater Beach and Park 5155 Breakwater Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Located on a sandy expanse of beach west of the Mattituck Inlet jetty — a heavily-used federal channel —…More Breakwater Beach on the Long Island Sound is frequented by fishermen, families and beach volleyball players during the summer. Endangered piping plovers are protected in a large roped-off section of the beach during their nesting season. Dramatic sunsets over the sound can be witnessed year-round at Breakwater Beach.
Goldsmith Inlet beach is known for its fiery sunsets and fantastic fishing from the rocks of its jetty on the Long…More Island Sound. Nature lovers and birdwatchers are drawn to a county-owned wooded area just south of the inlet — 35 acres featuring a trail through tidal wetlands and mature woodland. Due to a proliferation of sand blocking the tidal flow from the Sound into Goldsmith Pond, the health of the small inlet and pond has become a contentious issue amongst locals in recent years.</p>
Bailie Beach Park 2205 Bailie Beach Road, Mattituck, NY11952 This quiet beach at the end of Bailie Beach Road features grand views of the Long Island Sound and Mattituck Inlet…More — views enhanced by fiery sunsets on warm summer evenings. Maintained by the Mattituck Park District staff, Bailie Beach Lodge is tucked away in the grassy dunes and is often used by Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops. The lodge, which houses a large commercial kitchen, is also available to rent from the park district for private functions.
If you're heading out to wine country and would like to spend a day at the beach, Southold Beach Motel is the perfect…More location. Located on Rte. 48 in Southold, right in between Southold hamlet and Greenport Village, it is the perfect place to stop after wine tasting, or hitting the beach for a few hours. Before you head out to dinner, you may want to stay around to watch the spectacular sunset, either at the beach or on your patio. No need for a car, because Southold Town Beach is directly across the street.</p>
<p>All rooms have kitchens, air conditioning, and cable television. Guests can use the outdoor grills, and maid service is available. Beachview and gardenview rooms are available.</p>