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300 Main St, Greenport, NY 11944-1462
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#8 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Greenport
Come for the considered and approachable coastal American fare; linger for the convivial and vivacious atmosphere; stay for an unparalleled East End getaway.
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Property amenities
Street parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycles available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Foot massage
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Happy hour
Snack bar
Wine / champagne
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Massage chair
Neck massage
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
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Room features
Air conditioning
Bottled water
Room types
Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese
45Reviews2Q+A7Room tips
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dani wrote a review Jul. 12
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Never having visited the area I was nervous about arriving after the reception area would be closed but the self check-in mailbox was accessible and only took 5 minutes to find. The only check in struggle was finding the tiny room sign that indicates the entrance to room 6/7. I can't speak for the other rooms, but room 7 was NOT worth the hotels weekend rate of $550 and standard weekday rate of $450. The max I would spend on this room would be $250 and it would be because of the location. I wrote a detailed review below but the overall summary: room 7 lacks basic standard amenities and needs a lot of maintenance repairs. The morning after my late evening check in I asked to speak with a manager to discuss multiple issues and was repeatedly told someone would be in touch, which you can clearly guess still hasn’t happened. When you open the door to room 7, a wave of humidity literally smacks you in the face. The room has two forms of air conditioning- a window A/C unit and a ductless wall mounted unit- both had service lights on and neither functioned the way the space needed. The photos and description of the room on the website conveniently don’t show either. The lack of a functioning unit makes the room retain humidity and leaves the once luxurious Frette bed linens feeling damp, moist and sticky. Another big disappointment was the lighting in the room. The light that surrounds the bathroom mirror was burnt out and the shower light was unfortunately insufficient to make up for that loss. We had to use flashlights to put make up on and get ready. The room itself also lacked proper central lighting and the side table reading lamps are a joke. You won’t find any wardrobe space for storing folding clothes and you have to share a hanging wardrobe system with a shelf that houses the safe and an encroaching mini fridge. Since the hanging wardrobe is open and beside the fridge, heat radiates off the fridge and right up against anything you decide to hang. I was shocked when I realized the room didn’t even have a full length mirror. I had to go down to the hotel reception/shop combo to see how my outfit looked! Shorter ladies, the bathroom mirror only hits you from the shoulders up. The sleeping situation was no better. The mattress is soft, has permanent bodily imprints and has 2 lumpy king pillows on each side. The canopy bed is of flimsy build, it actively creaks and then scratches the floors with the slightest movement. The blind that covers the street window does a horrible job of shielding the street lights and the morning sun from relentlessly staring you down while you try and sleep. The only truly nice moment the hotel has is the picnic breakfast that comes to your door at 9 am. It had yogurt, granola, fruit, 2 fresh plain bagels and Coffee.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Room Tip: Don't book room 7
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joe d wrote a review Jan. 2021
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booked thru airbnb and when I got to the hotel they charged me another 100 bucks in fees and taxes. Called airbnb they told me not my problem.american beech said the same thing. So I was charged double in fees and taxes by both airbnb and hotel. Hotel has no help bathroom toilet backup but not there problem after 7. Never go back and book thru airbnb.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Lamantia wrote a review Oct. 2020
Spring Lake, New Jersey1 contribution
Room small. One whole flight of stairs up to the room. When you need ice they ask you bring ice bucket to the bar and carry the bucket back up to your room. No help getting to the room. We will not return to this hotel. We will come back to green port.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Angela H wrote a review Oct. 2020
Monroe, NJ415 contributions138 helpful votes
American Beech restaurant offers terrific outdoor seating- whether under heated elements or inside your own Greenhouse like pod. Should you prefer you can dine indoors. We chose the pod and it was beautiful at night, and we felt so very COVID safe inside it. Now for the cuisine - amazingly delicious!!! We had a wonderful organic salad with farm fresh greens and a tasty dressing. For our entree we each had Cajun seasoned swordfish with fresh roasted fennel and carrots -so very delicious! This is my new favorite chef!
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Kimberly H wrote a review Aug. 2020
Brooklyn, New York8 contributions9 helpful votes
This review covers our stay as hotel guests as well as our experience at the outdoor lounge. Lounge - My husband and I decided to come here for drinks and appetizers before having dinner somewhere else. 45-60 minutes tops - or so we thought! The lounge is first come first serve in order to find a place to sit. We were lucky and able to sit right away. The place has cool decor with distinct separate areas so you feel socially distanced from others around you. I was all about the vibe, but what about the service? It appeared they had many bus boys/food runners who would bring you your food or more napkins, etc., but there appeared to be ONLY ONE person who was actually taking food and drink orders. We had to personally flag this person down each time we wanted to order drinks, then appetizers, and then the check. And I noticed other parties having to flag this guy down as well! However, in his defense, he DID look very busy, as he appeared to be covering ALL the tables. My husband and I acknowledged that he looked to be covering a lot of tables and we understood that he was busy. After we paid our check the waiter did bring us two complimentary glasses of prosecco, which was very nice. This whole experience took a total of 2 hours, which is a little much for just pre-dinner drinks and apps. Hotel - The decor is very trendy and chic, reminded me of the Cosmopolitan in Vegas. The room and bathroom were clean. The bed and sheets were very comfortable and the towels were lush and plentiful. My favorite part of our stay was the complimentary breakfast picnic basket that was delivered to our door each morning at 9am. It had yogurt, granola, fruit, 2 fresh plain bagels and OJ. Breakfast in bed was such as nice touch. Now the not so pretty - our room had some serious plumbing issues. Both the shower and bathtub did not drain completely, so you were left standing in your own dirty shower water. Even after I turned the shower off, the water drained very slowly and there continued to be a layer of water that never went down. It gets worse - at approximately 11:30pm, I flushed the toilet after using the bathroom. The toilet, like the rest of the decor, is very chic - just a toilet sticking out of the wall with 2 buttons on the wall above to flush. When I flushed the toilet, the button must have gotten stuck in wall and the toilet continued to flush and flush and flush. Since this was not a regular toilet with a tank, we did not know how to fix it. We attempted to call the "emergency phone number" that was provided to us at check in and no one answered. After calling three times, we left a message, and no one returned our call. So the toilet flushed ALL DAMN NIGHT! We tried to sleep by thinking of it as a trickling water feature, though I was too angry to sleep as I just kept thinking about the $500+ per night we were spending to stay there. In the morning, when someone finally returned to the front desk, I notified her of the issue in our room. The toilet was fixed by the end of the day; however, the drainage was still an issue. When I returned from my trip I personally emailed stay@americanbeech to remind them of the plumbing issues in our room, so hopefully it could get fixed for the next guests. I am still waiting to hear back...
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Date of stay: August 2020
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US$180 - US$557 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesNew YorkLong IslandNorth ForkGreenport
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Frequently Asked Questions about American Beech
Which popular attractions are close to American Beech?
Nearby attractions include Antique Carousel (0.2 km), East End Seaport Maritime Museum (0.4 km), and Nova Constellatio Gallery (0.06 km).
What are some of the property amenities at American Beech?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at American Beech?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at American Beech?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at American Beech?
Yes, street parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to American Beech?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sterlington Deli, Lucharito's, and The Frisky Oyster.
Is American Beech located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 km away from the centre of Greenport.
Are pets allowed at American Beech?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at American Beech?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese.
Are there any historical sites close to American Beech?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Oysterponds Historical Society (6.0 km), Shelter Island Historical Society (5.0 km), and The Village Blacksmith (0.2 km).