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Teacher's Retreat

30% discount off rack rates for all educators. No charge for children. Valid February 15th thru February 21st.  Call our reservations ...
Family Package

President's Week Family Package

Kids under 12 stay & eat for free. Package includes 1 night accommodation with a room category upgrade when available, $100 food cr...
Valentine's Day Package

Valentine's Day 2 Night Package

Gurney’s is Offering a 2 Night Valentine’s Day Package Package includes a 2:00 PM late checkout, in room champagne and couples welc...
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2 Night Winter Getaway

This 2 night winter package includes 2 night accommodation, champagne upon arrival, $100 resort credit, 2:00 PM late check out and a ro...
Fall Escape

Winter Escape

This package includes 1 night accommodation, champagne upon arrival,  2:00 PM late check out and a room upgrade when available. Starti...
Seawater Spa Package

Seawater Spa Package

Our Seawater Spa package includes 1 night ocean view accommodation and a $125 Seawater Spa credit per guest, based on double occupancy....

Destination

Originally inhabited by the Algonquin Native Americans, and settled by the Europeans in the 17th century, Montauk has a rich and varied history. According to old legend, pirate treasure is buried here, though it’s never been uncovered. In the Prohibition era, Montauk was a drop-off point for the Rum Runners smuggling illicit alcohol.

Today, Montauk is considered one of the East Coast’s premier vacation destinations. Its location at the east end of Long Island provides everything from spectacular views to world-class sport fishing and hiking (as well as simply relaxing on the beautiful sandy beach). Montauk Downs, one of country’s top rated golf courses, is here, as are fantastic shopping and dining opportunities.

We’ve listed some of the more popular things to do and see in Montauk below. If you’d like additional information, please don’t hesitate to ask our Concierge!

Activities

Fishing:

Montauk is one of the world’s top fishing destinations. If you're an angler, you’ll have both saltwater and freshwater fishing adventures available to you. Charter a boat for a group of friends or simply surf cast for a calmer experience.

Whale watching:

Charter a whale watching cruise, and catch sight of one of the five varieties of whales that populate the local waters, as well as dolphins and rare fish. While you're out cruising, you'll probably see the famous Montauk Point Lighthouse.

Lighthouse Museum:

This fascinating museum explores the seafaring history of Montauk. Definitely worth a visit.

Hiking and walking:

There are an abundance of trails in and around Montauk, including Camp Hero and Seal Haul Trail. Birdwatchers, campers, and families will enjoy the famous Hither Woods State Park.

The Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course:

This 18-hole Robert Trent Jones championship course is both challenging and relaxing – and was named in 2013 as a 'Top 10 Best Municipal Course in the US' by Links Magazine.