The loving creation of a Laguna Beach chef and an English butler, A Butler’s Manor has all the amenities of a boutique hotel on an intimate scale.

With only five well–appointed rooms set on an acre of English Gardens, this boutique bed and breakfast inn is a private Hamptons hideaway, a retreat on Long Island, NY ideally suited to adults. Our version of the Hamptons is about choosing well. Rely on our insider’s knowledge for the perfect beach, an exquisite or laid-back dining spot, a sublime sunset cocktail, the best Chardonnay at one of the East End wineries, and much more. Our version of hospitality is about anticipation.

We anticipate your wishes and your mood as only a gentleman’s gentleman and chef can do. Never fussy, always ready. Just right.

{Ahem} One never wishes to boast and never about one’s own service; however, praise does seem to find its way back to A Butler’s Manor. We are, humbly, TripAdvisor’s #1 inn in Southampton. Kind adjectives about A Butler’s Manor hail from Travel+Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Newsday, New York Post, TripAdvisor, and many others.

Originally constructed in 1860 as the home of one of Southampton’s early settlers, A Butler’s Manor is one–half mile from the center of downtown Southampton Village, and easily accessed by public transport. A pleasant walk amid the charm of Southampton homes results in a bevy of choices within reach, including charming shops, boutiques, art galleries, and 17 restaurants. More Hamptons–area attractions, including world–class ocean beaches, cultural and equestrian events and award–winning Long Island wineries are but a short distance away.

Located on the East End of Long Island, 95 miles from New York City, the village of Southampton was settled in 1640 and is the oldest English settlement in New York State. Southampton is the premier village in “the Hamptons,” a collective term for the string of charming villages and hamlets (comprising Southampton, Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Wainscott, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, Noyac, Amagansett, and Montauk) to be found on the South Fork of Long Island between the Shinnecock Canal and Montauk Point.