"A Breath of Scandinavian splendor in East Hampton"

Need to know

    • 19 rooms
    • Located just a 15 minute stroll from Main beach, East Hampton.
    • A quaint, charming retreat, oozing with character.

We love

  • Each room is unique, with art décor and design heavily inspired by Scandinavian heritage.
  • The restaurant offers a cozy and intimate dining experience with eclectic music and even offers a ‘woof menu’ for your dog!
  • Complimentary yoga in the Buddha garden

Top Secret

Take a spin on Swedish-style Kronan bicycles or don the authentic hand-painted wooden clogs placed by your doormat (which you can take with you for a fee!).

Origins

c/o The Maidstone served much of its 150-year history as a tannery, providing room and board for waiting customers. After being converted to a hotel in the 1920s, c/o The Maidstone began to be frequented by the socialites who would give The Hamptons its reputation as a coveted summer sanctuary. 
In 2008, the hotel was purchased by Jenny Ljungberg, who had a Scandinavian style retreat in mind; emphasizing quality, simplicity, and homeliness.

The Review

The Hamptons have been immortalized in film and literature as one of America’s most charming and storied summer getaways. With gorgeous beaches and picturesque cottages dotting the Atlantic coast, East Hampton has long crossed old world sumptuousness with breezy, pastoral delight. c/o The Maidstone continues in this tradition, offering guests a cozy yet quietly luxurious beachside retreat, with a Swedish twist.
The façade of c/o The Maidstone echoes its staid neighbours, with exquisitely-maintained greenery offsetting the Greek Revival architecture. Enter, however, and one will find an intriguing combination of the comfortable and the eclectic. They’ve crafted an enticing balance between a homey and welcoming ambiance and the avant-garde, with the latest in Scandinavian art adorning its vibrantly patterned walls. The rooms and cottages are each named and inspired by Scandinavians of note. The Hans Christian 
Andersen room is whimsically decorated with callbacks to his stories, while the hotel refers to the Edward Munch room as “fantastically lugubrious.”
The Maidstone’s restaurant, The Living Room, reflects the warm, welcoming atmosphere the hotel cultivates. The dishes echo the comfort foods of childhood while incorporating sophisticated twists and slow-food ethics. With amenities specifically designed for children and a happy hour for hounds, c/o the Maidstone welcomes all guests.

Location

C/o The Maidstone

  • Address: 207 Main Street, East Hampton, New York, 11937
  • Travel info: Islip MacArthur Airport is 50 miles away (around a 90-minute drive). Via train, the nearest station is East Hampton Village, 8 miles away. New York is a two-hour drive away.

Key Features

  • Restaurant

  • Bar

  • Pet Friendly

  • Car Parking

  • Free Wifi

  • Butler Service