Meet Your Innkeepers for the Weekend Escape April 7-9

The North Fork is blessed with beautiful, unique places to stay–no corporate cookie cutter hotels here. Our lodging is a destination in itself. Because of the role lodging plays in shaping your vacation, it is a key differentiating factor as you consider which getaway package to book for the April 7-9 weekend.

To help you find your perfect fit–each is objectively great–click around each Innkeeper’s website to see their photos and enjoy reading the Go North Fork interviews below. We haven’t profiled every participating B&B (yet), but we’ve chatted with enough that you may be able to find your perfect match:

Cutchogue-Southold Package

Chatting with Innkeepers Lorry & Jerry Siani about Their Blue Iris Bed & Breakfast and Landscaping

Innkeeper Alane Kelly of the North Fork Guest House on Turning Her Classic Victorian Home into a Modern Boutique Hotel

Innkeeper Lisa Sannino on Her B&B, the Family Vineyard & Tasting Room, and the Cutchogue Holiday House Tour

Shorecrest Innkeeper Marilyn Marks on Gardens, Home-Making and Finding the Perfect Next Career

Meet Sue Looze of the Wickham-Prince B&B, the North Fork’s Newest Innkeeper

And we have yet to interview your other Cutchogue-Southold options, namely, the Ellis House, the Farmhouse, Fig & Olive, Sunny Side Up and the Harvest Inn. But we’re working on it.

Greenport-East Marion Option

Innkeeper Wilfred Joseph of The Arbor View House on Hospitality, Good Spirits, and the Journey to the North Fork

Q & A with Sylvia Daley, Quintessentials’s Innkeeper & Spa Director

Q&A with Donna, the Keeper of the Cove at Ruby’s Cove Bed & Breakfast

Meet Leueen Miller, Irish Diplomat Turned UN Diplomat Turned Innkeeper at Harbor Knoll B&B

Unfortunately, we haven’t yet had a chance to interview your other Greenport-East Marion options, namely American Beech, Fordham House, Stirling House, and The Coffey House. Nor have we had a chance to interview The Greenporter. But we will get to them all!

 

 

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