The Round Tree Hotel

amagansett, the hamptons
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Perks for the Parents

This laid-back boutique hotel in Amagansett, The Hamptons is ideal for relaxed family trips and easy beach weekends. The largest room sleeps 8. An understated spot with easy access to the beach, these rooms, suites and cottages are perfectly located in the heart of Amagansett, so you can easily explore all the charming local stores and eateries on foot. There’s also a fleet of bikes you can borrow for trips to the beach or cycling around The Hamptons. This is a great place for parents who are working-from-home too: the great lawn (with the hotel’s 2 acres of land) is a popular hub for taking business calls by day or chilling out with cocktails by night. Ask the hotel team to arrange trips to local vineyards, golf days, culinary experiences or in-room massages.

Why Kids Love it

Kids will love the s’mores station by the fire pit on the back lawn, as well as playing outdoor lawn games, or helping out the Lemonade Stand charitable program. For indoor days, kids can borrow classic board games and there are pack-and-plays available for younger guests. For family days at the beach, ask the hotel to borrow sand toys, beach towels, umbrellas, ice coolers and more! If they ever get bored of the beautiful beaches, take a trip to the Children’s Museum of the East End (half an hour away), visit Moo Moos’ East Hampton Ice Cream Shop (10 minutes’ drive) or check out the beach-front parks and nature reserves. Babysitting services are also available for adults to enjoy a well-deserved night out.

Things to Know

Minimum stay: 1 night. Rates range from Standard rooms (starting at $495pn) up to a 3-bedroom cottage (starting at $1395pn). There’s no bar or restaurant, but the hotel does offer a complimentary continental breakfast outside the barn (or in your room, on request). Deluxe Rooms and up also include a complimentary afternoon tea - kids will love the chocolate cookies! Guests at the hotel can use a free beach parking pass during their stay. Rooms come with a Nespresso coffee machines, robes, Smart TV, pillow menu, Frette Linens, Matouk Towels and Grown Alchemist Bath Products. All rooms have walk-in showers, not bathtubs. As well as daily housekeeping, the hotel can stock up your mini bar on request before arrival and provide a turn-down service. Up to 2 dogs per room are welcome for an additional fee of $50 per dog.

About the Location

The hotel is located just off Main St in Amagansett, The Hamptons. On Main St you’ll find plenty of eateries, family-friendly stores and cafes - don’t miss Woelffer Kitchen or Rosie’s Cafe, just a few minutes away on foot. This area is known for its miles of sandy beaches and pretty harbors - visitors will have plenty of opportunities for water sports, surfing and swimming in the summer. In Autumn and Winter, you can hike the beautiful rural surroundings or visit local farms for apple and pumpkin picking. It’s close to South Fork Country Club, and less than 10 minutes’ drive to Pollock-Krasner House Museum. It’s 10 minutes’ walk to Amagansett train station (for access to New York City) and just 15 minutes’ walk to Amagansett beach. New York City (and the international airports) is around 2.5 to 3 hours away by car.

Accommodation Details

Standard room: 1 queensize bed (sleeps 2).
Deluxe room: 1 king or queensize bed, plus 1 queensize sofabed (sleeps 4).
Barn suite: 1 bedroom with a custom king or queensize bed, plus a separate living room with 1 queensize sofabed (sleeps 4). These rooms have their own private entrance, located in the newly renovated barn.
Studio cottage: 1 king or queensize bed, plus 1 queensize sofabed in a sitting area (sleeps 4, or 2 + dogs).
One-bedroom cottage: located next to the main house, these cottages have 1 bedroom with a king or queensize bed leading out to a room with a queensize sofabed (sleeps 4).
Two-bedroom cottage: 2 bedrooms (1 with a queensize bed; 1 with a kingsize bed) plus a living area with a queensize sofabed (sleeps 4).
Three-bedroom cottage: the largest of all the room types, this 1000sq ft cottage has 2 bedrooms on the first floor (1 with a queensize bed; 1 with a kingsize bed), plus a spiral staircase up to a third bedroom in the loft (with 2 single beds). There’s also a separate living with a queensize sofabed, a dining room (seating up to 8), a fully equipped kitchen and 2 full bathrooms (sleeps 8).

Style Notes

Historic Hamptons. The hotel dates back to the 17th century (it’s located next to Nathaniel Baker House, which is the oldest house in the town, built in 1682) and still retains lots of its historic charm. Look out for exposed wooden beams and cathedral ceilings, brought right up-to-date with modern amenities including hardwood floors, contemporary artwork and sleek white interiors. We love the custom-made beds with wide large headboards, the stylish wishbone dining chairs and the luxurious walk-in showers with rainfall heads.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby Bath
  • Baby Monitor
  • Babysitter / Nanny
  • Backyard / Garden
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Bed Rails
  • Bicycles
  • Cabinet Locks
  • Changing Table
  • Chef / Catering
  • Children's Dinnerware
  • Corner Guards
  • DVD Library
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • Fireplace Guards
  • Game Console
  • High Chair
  • Housekeeper
  • Outlet Plugs
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Pool Gate
  • Stair Gates
  • Television
  • Toys / Children's Books
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wifi
  • Window Guards
1 king
1 queen
1 sofa bed (double)
2 twin / single
Jennifer L.
Member since April 05, 2022

Amagansett, The Hamptons

Beaches, farmer’s markets and historical leanings

A little east of East Hampton, Amagansett is a charming hamlet with historical leanings, kid-friendly restaurants and fabulous beaches. Try the lobster rolls from the snack shack on Atlantic Beach, seek out peace and quiet at Napeague Beach, or head for family-favorite, Indian Wells Beach, which has food trucks and restrooms. Stock up for your beach barbecue at the farmer’s market just off Main Street and explore at your own pace with hire bikes along the country lanes.