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Hotel Moraine

  • Hotels
  • Long Island
  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
  1. Hotel Moraine
    Photograph: Courtesy Hotel Moraine
  2. Hotel Moraine
    Photograph: Courtesy Hotel Moraine
  3. Hotel Moraine
    Photograph: Courtesy Hotel Moraine
  4. Hotel Moraine
    Photograph: Courtesy Hotel Moraine

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

The North Fork of Long Island beckons visitors with a handful of outsized strengths. Chief among them: gorgeous coastal views, rich farmland, relaxing wineries and quaint towns. Hotel Moraine, perched on a dramatic bluff overlooking Long Island Sound and just a short drive from the bustling town of Greenport, is well-positioned for guests to take advantage of all of these compelling local characteristics.

The resort is spread out over three acres with a handful of newly-constructed, barn-like buildings perched above the expansive sound. All 20 guest rooms at the family-friendly destination feature dramatic water views. Terrace King rooms also offer private terraces while Premium King rooms contain fireplaces. The vibe throughout the property is relaxed coastal chic with a neutral color palette, white oak beams and hand-sewn rugs. Many rooms also have large soaking tubs and walk-in showers. Overall, the vibe manages to be both elevated and cheerfully welcoming.

At the center of the resort is a heated patio with two gas fire pits that overlooks a large, heated saltwater gunite swimming pool. (It’s nice enough that you can be excused for never making it to the end of the lawn to visit the actual beach.) A day at the pool can involve ordering vacation-ready foods like salads and lobster rolls. Rosé is also on hand from nearby Croteaux Vineyards which shares an owner with the property. In addition to the pool, guests can take advantage of complimentary bicycles, a fitness center, stand-up paddleboards and even a communal cottage stocked with board games.


Hotel Moraine is located in Greenport, a historic harbor town packed with great restaurants, adorable antique stores and plenty of excellent seafood dining options. 


The Halyard is a fantastic restaurant within walking distance that offers local dining with great views of the water. A short drive away, Lavender by the Bay boasts jaw-dropping fields of lavender at the height of summer. A day trip to Shelter Island via the nearby North Ferry is also a great option for those looking for some more waterfront adventures.

Time Out Tip

If you’re able, you should absolutely take the time to visit nearby Croteux Vineyards. The vineyard specializes in delicious rosé and is one of the most picturesque on the North Fork.

Will Gleason
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Will Gleason


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