- Often associated with luxury and old money, Southampton
(Town of Southampton) in Suffolk County is a popular summer destination that even celebrities consider this place as a home away from home. Set in the upscale Hamptons
on Long Island’s South Fork, the town has plenty of cultural attractions to explore, a quaint town center, and beautiful beaches. If you want to have a vacation in style, look no further than Owner Direct Vacation Rentals
’ Southampton accommodations! The lodgings, like condo rentals, villa rentals, and apartments, are all stunning and provides privacy with all the comforts of home.
Where to Stay & Why - Vacation rentals are known to have everything you might need to feel like a local in your chosen vacation destination. They all have versatile yet cozy sleeping areas, comfortable living rooms, fully equipped kitchens with dining areas, and some even have more than 1 bathroom. With our Southampton accommodations, you’ll also get to enjoy other amenities like WiFi and cable, DVDs, laundry facilities, fireplace, and parking. Enjoy a get-together outside in the large backyard with a swimming pool, a soak in a hot tub, BBQ grill, fire pit, and extra outdoor seating at some locations.
What to See & Do - There are many things to do here, especially in the summer. Visitors go to Southampton for its long Atlantic Ocean beaches, historic sites, and lively cultural life. Our vacation rentals are near vineyards, the North Sea beach, the Southampton Village, and Coopers Beach. Charter a luxury yacht and explore the coast of Long Island in style. When you’re not relaxing on the beach, head to town and visit the Southampton Historical Museum and Southampton Arts Center. If you want to experience the wildlife of the area, take a trip to the Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk or the Peconic Bay.
Where to Eat & Drink - If you’re into formal dining and candlelit dinners, the Red Bar Brasserie is the perfect spot. Other options include Saaz Indian Cuisine, Plaza Cafe, Little/Red Cafe, and Union Cantina. Southampton Publick House brews its own ales, including Belgian-style white beer and Indian pale ale. On Main Street, 75 Main has a restaurant downstairs, but in summer, the upper floor hosts a lounge and dance floor with live DJs.
How to Get Here & Getting Around - The nearest airport is Long Island MacArthur Airport in Islip, New York. If you’re driving, the fastest route to take is the I-495 E. For getting around, there are buses, taxis, Uber, bike rentals, and The Free Ride. If you want to make the most of your time, it's better bring or rent a car.
When to Go - If you’re planning to hit the beach, it’s best to visit during the summer months. If you prefer a milder weather and crowds, spring and fall are solid choices, too.