The Love Shack--a wonderful waterfront cottage near the Peconic Bay. Enjoy intimate views of nature & a short walk to the bay beach. This private cottage is comfortable and easy to live in and is not shared with any other guests. Min 3 night stay.
This cottage is on a quaint road that dead ends at the Peconic Bay -- a short walk from the house.
It is on the North Sea which is the body of water that you see in the pictures.
Its not only located in a beautiful setting, it's also In a very convenient location for getting to Sag Harbor, Bridge Hampton, East Hampton, or Southampton while taking the back roads and staying off the main highway which can get congested with traffic.
When I travel I like to get out and experience the way of life for the locals--I avoid tourist traps and seek out quaint dives where the locals hang out to get away from tourists. I enjoy the pomp and circumstance of a black tie ball and the camaraderie of a backyard open fire-pit oyster roast. I relax best after a day of adrenaline pumping physically strenuous sporting activity--if it involves air, water, acceleration, and/or g-forces then I'm probably into it. I enjoy art museums, live theatre, orchestras, performing arts, live music, and mom & pop restaurants that use family recipes and put love and joy into every dish. I enjoy jogs in parks, around new cities, or on the beach — a healthy way to preview an area before a day of exploration. I love food! When available I prefer naturally wholesome foods such as organic, farm raised, drug free, or wild caught. I generally avoid processed, preserved, and plastic wrapped stuff that looks like food unless I'm desperate lol. I'm a fan of artisanal cheese, unknown yet high quality wines that can stand up to the most revered labels, gourmet chocolate and coffee, homemade ice cream, grandma's southern recipes, and savory sauces. I prefer the classics when it comes to music, art, rock, and single malt scotch. I like to mix the classical with modern technology when it comes to architecture and fashion design. I completely abandon the classics when it comes to technology where I like to learn about what is in development before it is even available. I don't watch much tv. Honestly I work too much and I'm trying to figure out how to change that. Although I'm type A, when I'm not at work I'm laid back and get along with almost anybody pretty easily. I like making mundane things special -- for example I prefer to drink fresh squeezed orange juice from a champagne glass. Thus I am rarely board--with my sense of adventure I generally find something entertaining or exciting no matter when or where it is. I've always followed my own path, but I think life's journey is more fun when experiences are shared with friends -- I've never met a kind hearted human that I considered a stranger.