Rooms have flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and free wired Internet
Motel-style rooms have cold, hospital-like decor
Staff hours are varied, and the front office is often closed
AC units are old and noisy
Not walking distance to the beach
This basic 10-room motel provides budget accommodations in an expensive area of eastern Long Island. The biggest draw here is the close proximity to Bridgehampton and nearby beaches. Rooms are uninteresting and starting to show wear and tear, but the front porches, outdoor pool, and a pretty lawn allow some breathing space. If you need a cheap place to sleep within driving distance to all that the Hamptons has to offer, then this is a decent choice.
A decent place to sleep while enjoying all that the Hamptons has to offer
There isn’t much of a scene at this small motel on the outskirts of Bridgehampton, but the front porches offer a nice place to enjoy a drink and gaze at deer roaming the verdant property. The outdoor pool is a perk for families or guests wanting to catch some rays, though the area itself is in need of some updates. Downtown Bridgehampton is a short walk away, so overall this is a great homebase for those on a budget wishing to experience the primarily pricey Hamptons scene.
The Enclave Inn Bridgehampton is located on 27/Montauk Highway -- the busy artery that connects everything in the Hamptons.
Bridgehampton is a pretty town directly in between East Hampton and Southampton. This central location makes it easy to get to either place, as well as Sag Harbor just to the north and Montauk further east. Bridgehampton, just two blocks away, has great restaurants and shops, as well as access to beaches.
55-minute drive to Islip Airport
2-minute drive to Bridgehampton’s restaurants and shops
This small property has 10 basic motel rooms with front porches
The Enclave Inn is basic and clean, though rooms are starting to show signs of wear and tear. The decor goes for beach-chic, but drab windows don’t allow for much incoming light, and the rooms end up looking more like barren hospital rooms (especially with the cold, teal tile flooring). The individual front porches, though, provide a nice spot to catch some rays and enjoy the peaceful scenery. The rooms are uninteresting, overall, but comfy beds with white linens provide a decent place to sleep.
White linens and down comforters
Front porch and seating for two
Desks and chairs
Free high-speed Internet connection
Flat-screen TVs with cable
Bathrooms are small and contain a shower stall; sinks are in the main bedroom area.