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The best Hamptons Airbnb rentals

From sprawling country estates to cozy beachfront bungalows, these Hamptons Airbnb rentals make for an idyllic getaway

Annalise Mantz
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Annalise Mantz
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If you’re planning some beach time in Long Island, look no further than these gorgeous Hamptons Airbnb rentals. There’s no shortage of fun things to do in the Hamptons, from soaking up the sun on some of the best beaches near NYC to dining at world-class Hamptons restaurants. The one downside? Finding a place to stay can be downright impossible: Your options are limited, so most of the best properties book up months in advance and prices soar sky-high. With a little advance planning, though, you can snag a stunning rental through Airbnb. Let these lavish mansions, cute cottages and peaceful retreats serve as your motivation to get a group together this summer.

Best Hamptons Airbnb rentals

If you can’t bear the idea of sleeping on anything other than organic cotton, rent this East Hampton home that caters to the health-conscious. The gorgeous design wasn't just planned for looks, but also for optimal feng shui. Guests can take a dip in the saltwater pool, sweat in the infrared sauna or hike through the nearby nature preserve. We’re feeling more zen already. From $995 per night

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This three-bedroom home might not have a pool, but you’ll be so busy taking advantage of all the other outdoor activities that you might not even notice. Guests can borrow bikes, paddleboards, kayaks, chairs and umbrellas for beach trips, then rinse off the sand in the outdoor shower. The backyard deck also boasts a grill and hot tub—the perfect combination for cool summer evenings. From $354 per night

Set on 1.5 acres of manicured lawns and hedges, this 6,200-square-foot mansion is the antithesis of your cramped New York City apartment. The list of amenities seems never ending: There’s a heated saltwater pool, private movie theater, game room with a pool table and spacious living room with a fireplace. The owner will even hire a private chef for an additional fee. From $1250 per night

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Between this home’s red barn doors and asymmetric silhouette, it’s clear that the style will be a little more eccentric than the typical Hamptons property. Bold patterns, accent walls and modern art bring just enough funk to the interiors. Outside, a massive wraparound deck and enormous saltwater pool offer plenty of room for entertaining. From $650 per night

Since as many as 10 people can sleep in this five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath house, it would be a perfect choice for a big group of friends. Every bedroom has a view of either the ocean or a nearby pond, so you won’t have to fight over rooms. If the group wants to go out for the night, you’re only a short walk from town, and if you’d rather stay home, the heated pool, porch swing and sleek soaking tub offer plenty of opportunities for relaxation. From $2,500 per night

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Whether you’re used to living the high life or just dreaming about it, you’ll definitely acquire a taste for the finer things in life at this grand Southampton home. The interiors boast a white marble kitchen with a Viking range and farmhouse sink, comfortable living room with a stone fireplace and master suite with a deep soaking tub. Outside, there’s a heated pool, hot tub and fire pit. From $1,041 per night

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