Extremely nice. Highly reccomend. Breakfast i excellent.will definitely come back. It's really like being home.
Loved it , will be back . 😊👍.loce the rooms and style of the hotel . Miami is my favorite and here was second to that .
Landscaping is pretty. Breakfast could include a few more healthy options, such as more than one kind of fruit, including raisins, or other dried fruit, whole grain bread/muffin.
Great place very clean the outdoor area with the fireplace was very beautiful
Second time visiting forever I love it here super clean, room is new and the bathroom is awesome. great location and lovely staff will definitely be back again . I highly recommend !
Spacious room & bathroom. Accommodations to our needs. Comfy bed & pillows. Nice view.
Breakfast lady acted as friendly nurse to disabled man through breakfast. Clean, good price & excellent service.
The property had plenty of parking that was in close vicinity to the building so there was no long walks.
Room was clean and everything was close if you want to go buy stuff and take the bus
Are you planning a trip to Long Island, but cannot bear to leave your furry friend at home? Fear not, with the wide array of pet-friendly hotels on Long Island and a range of beaches, trails, and restaurants to enjoy with your pet, you can be sure that you will both have a vacation to remember.
You and your pet can make the most of a variety of trails, which will welcome you both. The colossal Blydenburgh spans over 600 acres and encompasses a two acre dog park. Other pet-friendly parks in Long Island include Robinson Duck Farm Dog Park and Cherry Avenue Dog Park. Both are perfect locations for your pet to exercise and socialize with others of their kind.
Still, if you are on Long Island to enjoy the beautiful beaches, which most visitors to the city are, there is no shortage of those. Luckily, Long Island has dog-friendly beaches to offer as well. Robert Moses is popular with dog owners, and the Gardiner County Park offers a dog-friendly 1.3 mile loop finishing at the beach. In case your pet fancies a dip in the Atlantic, take them to Napeague Harbor, where they can swim to their hearts content.
You will no doubt be wanting to check out Long Island’s fantastic restaurant scene while you are on the island, and you will be pleased to know that there are many options which will accommodate your pet. Mesquite offers great tacos as well as a patio for your four-legged friend to lounge on. If your dog craves a treat, check out Carla Marla’s near the Stony Brook University for dog-friendly ice cream or order the special dog cookies at Shake Shack.