The Sag Harbor Inn overlooks the harbor and is ideally situated just a short stroll away from many charming Main Street boutiques, museums, art galleries and exceptional cuisine from around the world. You can bike or drive to the nearby ocean beaches, hiking trails, local wineries and golf courses, go fishing, sailing or kayaking and enjoy live theatre and music after sunset. Just outside Sag Harbor, you'll discover that the Hamptons offer their own eclectic and fashionable boutiques, social gatherings, world-class restaurants, museums and historic sites.
With over 100 historical homes within walking distance, Sag Harbor is a village of architectural significance that provides a sweeping visual glimpse into 18th and 19th century life. From the Greek Revival style of the Whaling Museum with its ornate Corinthian columns to the Egyptian Revival styling of the Whaler's Church on Union Street, and the Federal style of the Custom House at Garden and Main, the elaborate Victorian Gothic and Queen Anne homes, to Temple Adas Israel, one of the oldest synagogues in New York, Sag Harbor is a feast for the eyes.
You can visit all these sites or just take a peaceful stroll around Trout Pond, see the Windmill on Long Wharf, a World War I Monument in Otter Pond or the World War II Monument in Marine Park.