Summer is here, and it's time to start thinking about exactly where you're going to be escaping to spend your warm weekends on the beach—how about Martha Stewart's daughter's former vacation home? Located in the Hamptons, the ten-room bungalow previously owned by the home and lifestyle guru has been turned into the summer boutique hotel of your dreams, now appropriately called A Room At The Beach.
Created by couple Lucy Swift Weber—daughter of the prominent art and design critic Nicholas Fox Weber—and Charles Lemonides, A Room At The Beach is a 1.5-acre Bridgehampton property that boasts amenities like an outdoor pool and sauna, on-site yoga, aromatherapy, massages, and even a slew of Serena & Lily bikes that allow you to wander through the Hamptons neighborhoods or head to the beach. Stroll along the tall redwood trees on the property and take in all of the nature you can—Martha Stewart herself actually helped with much of the home's landscape.
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After Martha Stewart sold the bungalow to Donna Karan, Lucy and Charles were quick to snap up the property from the fashion designer.
“We created A Room at the Beach as an expression of our love for this stretch of Long Island, as well as the favorite places from our travels: Marrakech, the Tulum of long ago, even a family house in Ireland," Lucy Swift Weber says of the hotel. "It’s not for just anyone, but it is for everyone.”
Lucy furnished each of the ten luxurious rooms with flea market finds, hand-sourced antiques, and original works of art—there's also a small private garden for each room brimming with summer blooms. (We have a feeling Martha would approve). The beautifully designed suites also come with state of the art bathrooms equipped with heated floors, rainfall showers, and spa tubs. Be careful—you might never want to leave.
Book your stay quick—we have a feeling these weekends will fill up fast.
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