The Pridwin Hotel and Cottages on Shelter Island, part of the Hamptons, is one of the oldest hotels on Long Island. Ever since it opened 95 years ago, the property has been a mainstay for vacationers seeking a relaxing getaway with a warm, old-fashioned feel that’s a throwback to another era.
Now, in celebration of turning 95, The Pridwin has reopened following an extensive two-year renovation and is better than ever before. With refreshed white paint and signature green window casements, its 33 rooms and 16 private cottages sit on 7 pristine acres of waterfront property overlooking Shelter Island’s Crescent Beach. Staying here is like glamping and
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