I have had the good fortune to stay on a number of occasions at the Vacationer. Secluded at the end of a cul de sac, it is set in a cheery, quiet neighborhood in close proximity to East Hampton Village.
On each occasion that I stayed there, upon arriving at the Vacationer, I have found the house immaculate. The first thing I did was sink into the overstuffed sofa, basking in the sunny, light-filled living room under the cathedral ceilings. The living area has an open floor plan making the Vacationer conducive to socializing while cooking in the kitchen, snacking at the bar, breakfast nook or dining room or relaxing in the cozy living room.
The kitchen was fully stocked with all the necessary accoutrements and more. It even came equipped with a double-boiler for making hot fudge sundaes to supplement the late night movies I watched on the enormous flat screen television!
I slept in the master bedroom. It was a joy to wake in the morning, draw back the blinds and see the sun filter through the backyard. When I have stayed during the summer, the privacy of the landscaped backyard always tempts me into an early morning swim followed by a cup of coffee on a lounge chair in the sun. I found the master bed comfortable--the linens soft and spotless. The master bathroom was sparkling, and it was such a luxury to use the cedar sauna! It heats up in record time and is like having your own private spa.
The Vacationer would be a fantastic property for a family vacation, a romantic retreat or a getaway for friends looking to enjoy East Hampton. As an aside, Eric, who owns the Vacationer and provides excellent service, is simply lovely. It is evident he takes great pride in the property, seeing to every detail in order to better accommodate a successful rental experience.