Located in a quiet residential community, this comfortable and spacious home is about 2.5 miles away from the the village of Greenport. This town is filled with unique shops and waterfront restaurants. Located directly across from Shelter Island, it is also an option to book a lighthouse cruise or use our bikes to explore. Prefer to stay home? Grab a bottle of wine from a local winery, bike to Sep's farm stand for local produce, or take a short stroll to the beach.
“Grace's house is sparkling clean, spacious, and lovely. The ping-pong room and table with games was a lovely touch. We also enjoyed asking each other questions from the Big Book of Questions book. Grace was very responsive through text message, which was so nice. The beds were very comfortable. Quick car ride to the center of town. Definitely recommend staying here :)”
A wonderfully charming, secluded two-story colonial with working fireplaces, a pool and gorgeous gardens on a quarter acre, just minutes from beaches on both Long Island Sound and Gardiners Bay. The house is only 2.2 miles from the bustle of Greenport's stores and restaurants and 2.5 miles from the town's small ferry port and its five-minute ride to Shelter Island. The pool is open from June 1 to October 1. The house is available for stays of 14 nights or longer.
“This was my second visit to David's place and it was even more wonderful than I had remembered. It was the perfect location for a "ladies' weekend" and offered all the comforts of home for us to enjoy hanging out and reminiscing together. The kitchen is very well stocked for breakfast and cocktail hour and we were within a short drive to many terrific restaurants in Greenport. Unlike so many bicycles that are available at B&Bs, there were four very well maintained bikes with baskets and we thoroughly enjoyed our ride out to Orient Point. David left us parking passes for the local beaches and we highly recommend Rocky Point beach at sunset! Thank you David! We'll be back.”
This historic Greenport home has been completely renovated . The Bungalow is in the heart of Greenport Village on a quiet dead end. The home includes 1500 square feet of open concept living, two bedrooms, and two full baths. The downstairs bedroom features a queen and upstairs bedroom four twins.
“The NoFo Bungalow is adorable, neat, nicely stocked with standard items, and incredibly well-located! We loved being able to walk to town to get something to eat, or to check out smaller beaches and parks. We also really enjoyed the private back yard, as the weather was perfect. One thing worth mentioning is that the mattresses seem very soft and worn out, which means they're not particularly comfortable for sleeping on more than a couple nights. I'm sure this varies person by person, but I do have lower back issues and the mattress made that feel worse.”