Cancel Clear Filters Apply Filters

Price Per Week

$ $

Sleeps

Bedrooms

Bathrooms

Booking Options

Property Type

Cabins
Cottages
Estates
Farmhouses
Homes
Studios
Villas
Yachts
Apartments
Barns
Boats
Bungalows
Castles
Chalets
Condos
Hotels
Lodges
Townhomes

Location Type

Even More Filters

Features

Managed By

Cancel Clear Filters Apply Filters
Use filters to narrow your search results!

East Hampton Cabin Rentals(2)

2 Results
$3,750 - $4,000
per week
7 - 14 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
7 - 14 night minimum stay
1 Review
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
Advertisement
 

Recent East Hampton Reviews

Wouldn't stay anywhere else!

5 of 5
As we opened the gate and drove into the property, we immediately got a wonderful feeling of being at home! This cabin is very comfortable and tastefully designed. Some places we have rented in the past are furnished with "rental" type furniture but when staying here, we felt like we were staying in a friends actual home. It was clear that, during the renovation of this ranch style home, careful consideration was taken to not change the original architecture of the home so it maintained the original aesthetic. The bathrooms have been updated and we loved the open plan kitchen and living area which made it very conducive to socializing and entertaining. Much better than having a closed off or separate kitchen where if you are cooking - you are shut away from everyone else. We never found ourselves short of anything needed in the kitchen. The bedrooms are a bit small but there is plenty of closet space and we only used them for sleeping so it didn't matter to us. We were there in spring so we spent most all of the day outside sitting on the deck or by the pool - which is heated. It was so nice to wake up to birds chirping and go to sleep hearing crickets instead of the honking of horns, buses and sirens of the city! The owner, Teresa, was wonderful to deal with. She explained everything to us when we arrived and there were no surprises. We can't wait to come back next summer and may even come in the winter. We could only imagine what it must be like getting cozy and building a fire in the evenings!
  • Submitted: Sep 27, 2013
  • Stayed: Jun 2013