A refined East Hampton itinerary.

By Travel & Leisure
August 30, 2013
Credit: Courtesy of LongHouse Reserve

Eastern Long Island is the getaway of choice for many of our era’s wealthy society types, and its penchant for high-quality, now-stress sojourns translates into unencumbered luxury for lovers.

Inlet Seafood

The restaurant is owned by six native fishermen who unload their daily catch less than 150 feet away from the restaurant. For fish any fresher—in tacos, sushi, and more—you’d have to catch it yourself.

Wölffer Estate Vineyard

This inviting, state-of-the-art winery with award-winning wines hosts free Friday jazz at sunset, overlooking the vines.

Mill House Inn

This inn’s breakfast has made a name for itself as one of Long Island’s most indulgent; don’t leave without sampling the lobster frittatas and crayfish and andouille étouffe omelettes. The Americas Cup Suite is the room to book for its two-person, glassed-in shower beside a six-foot bathtub, private wooden deck, a mosaic-framed gas fireplace, and most important, featherbeds.

LongHouse Reserve

Stroll the sculpture gardens at the 16-acre arts space, ounded by textile designer and crafts expert Jack Lenor Larsen. Works by artists like Willem de Kooning, Sol LeWitt, Yoko Ono and Dale Chihuly dot the acres upon acres of gardens. .

Montauk Point State Park

Hike along the cliff-top trails to the park's historic lighthouse and take in views of the Atlantic.

Sailing Montauk's Catamaran Mon Tiki

A sunset sail on a catamaran ends the day just right.