Lodging Accommodations

Lodging Accommodations located on Long Island's North Shore along the Long Island Heritage Trail

Oheka Castle Historic Hotel

Oheka Castle Historic Hotel

This magnificent Gold Coast Mansion, resting majestically on the highest point of Long Island, emanates the elegant refinement of a chateaux in France coupled with world-class service and a rich history that is distinctly American. OHEKA has been celebrating the art of entertaining since 1919, when financier and patron of the arts, Otto Hermann Kahn, commissioned celebrated architects, Delano and Aldrich, to design his palatial country residence to accommodate Kahn’s fondness to host lavish parties.

Today, OHEKA is recognized as one of the most prestigious wedding and event venues and Historic Hotels of the World.  The Castle boasts 32 luxurious guestrooms and suites situated on the upper floors of the estate, where guests can sleep like royalty-.  Golf privileges for hotel guests on a private members only course originally designed by renowned golf architect Seth Raynor and later redesigned by Robert Trent Jones: Historic Mansion Tours of the Estate and Gardens; and the newly opened OHEKA Bar & Restaurant offering patrons a unique culinary experience with beautiful views of the manicured Formal Gardens, designed by prominent landscape architects, The Olmsted Brothers.

OHEKA CASTLE is listed on the coveted National Register of Historic Places and is devoted to establishing an experience where guests can appreciate historic architecture, wine and dine in European ambiance, relax in a guestroom, stroll the Formal Gardens, or celebrate lavishly as Otto Kahn once did during the decadent era of the Roaring Twenties.  631- 659-1400

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Three Village Inn

Three Village Inn

A fine country inn with luxury rooms and suites located in Stony Brook Village.

Known as the Old Homestead, the original structure of Mirabelle at Three Village Inn was built in 1751 by Richard Hallock.

In 1835, Jonas Smith, one of the country’s most prominent ship owners, purchased Hallock Homestead for use as a summer house. After his death in 1867 the house had a series of owners until 1929 when Mrs. Frank Melville purchased and renovated it for use as a Women’s Exchange.

As people visited the area, she started serving tea, sandwiches, and refreshments. What began as a simple tea room in the 1930’s became a large restaurant with rooms to accommodate overnight guests in 1939. A fine country inn was born, the Three Village Inn.  631-751-0555

Holiday Inn Express Stony Brook

Holiday Inn Express Stony Brook

The Holiday Inn Express features 143 guest rooms, including two- and three-room oversized suites.  3131Nesconset Hwy., Centereach  631-471-8000

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