Brigitte,"Long Island: Abstecher von New York," April 6, 2009
"Klassisches, mit Antiquitäten eingerichtetes Bed & Breakfast in East Hampton, nahe der Einkaufsstraßen. Die Besitzer kümmern sich rührend, es gibt Selbstgebackenes zum Frühstück." Link zum Artikel von Brigitte
Go NYC Magazine, July 9, 2008
"Spend a night at the tranquil East Hampton Village B&B...a really comfy place to crash. The East Hampton Village B&B is a friendly, turn-of-the-century Victorian with inviting garden grounds and antique-filled rooms. Plus, it's located within walking distance to restaurants, boutiques, bicycle rentals, and the beach."
Genieten Eck, (a Belgium magazine), Spring 2008
"Een charmante b&b met ruime relaxtuin en gezellig salon volgestouwd met Victoriaanse antiek. De vier kamers zijn knus zonder kneuterig te zijn en de eigenaars staan hun gasten bij met raad en daad."
Vox Magazine, May 29, 2006
"The rich history, culinary excellence and artistic charm of the East End are nowhere more apparent than in East Hampton B&Bs...and the Kaufman's East Hampton Village B&B where personal attention is an art form. If you are searching for a B&B that feels like home, look no further than East Hampton Village B&B...furnished with Victorian antiques, evocative of the East Hampton of old, leaving guests with the feeling they have entered another time period."
The Peninsula Hotels, March 16, 2006
"I have heard wonderful things about your charming inn, and I would love to experienceit myself...I look forward to hearing from you, and to the opportunity of staying with you." M. Wood, Director of Sales
NBC's "Today in New York" program, April 20, 2004
"It appears location is everything. Not only how close to the beach, but which beach, and which town. If your idea of summering in East Hampton is staying at a quaint bed and breakfast, Michael Kaufman and his family have been running one for years." Click here for NBC News article and video clip.
Bergen County Magazine, A Haven for the Harried - June 2003
"The East Hampton Village Bed & Breakfast is a lovely turn-of-the-century B&B offering a New England countryside bed and breakfast feel, wonderfully adorned with charming antiques, a warm and cozy sun-filled porch, and quiet garden grounds. Perhaps the most inviting reason to visit is the fact you'll be hard pressed to find a more hospitable and ingratiating host. Michael Kaufman and his wife Marianne, the innkeepers of this quaint historic home, have mastered the art of hospitality with their seemingly effortless display of warmth and welcome."
"Thank you for a wonderfully relaxing weekend at your charming inn. It was a most memorableanniversary weekend for us!"
J. Fox, Annapolis, MD
"We loved the Oak Room and had such a charming and peaceful time staying there. We willsurely come back!"
Natasha, New York, NY
"Thank you for being such gracious hosts...Adventures and experiences are much more meaningfulwhen you meet the nicest people."
B. Britton, Lafayette, PA
"We will treasure our stay in the Hamptons and your B&B was a particular highlight."
A. Crawford, Toronto, Ontario
"We enjoyed our first stay at your charming inn and look forward to visiting soon again."
P Mueller, Sherman Oaks, CA
"Thank you for your gracious hospitality during our visit this weekend! We had a wonderfulrelaxing time and look forward to returning."
D. Herdon, New York City
Also featured in: Jodi's Shortcuts, East Hampton Star, H Magazine, Gitter's Guide, Away for the Weekend, Inn Spots, Hamptons Handbook, Hamptons Survival Guide, Japanese Travel Network and various European travel magazines.
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