It’s no secret that the Hamptons is one of the hottest summertime escapes on the East Coast. And if you’ve ever been to New York’s celeb hideaway, you know that it’s lit — even without Diddy’s now defunct annual all-white party. If you’ve always wanted to go, but are looking for less crowds and more reasonably priced hotel stays, escaping to the Hamptons in the fall is a lovely and lowkey way to spend a weekend.
Especially underrated, the Hamptons in the fall offers vineyards that are still harvesting their last crops and pumpkin patches for family fun. To help you plan your Hamptons fall getaway, we’ve outlined a few must-do experiences — great for time with your boo, your girls or even as a solo escape.
First things first, you’ll want to visit the Hamptons newest property, The Roundtree, Amagansett. This 15-room boutique hotel features 5 stand-alone private cottages perfect for a secluded Hamptons getaway. Book a private BBQ dinner to have The Roundtree team arrange groceries with local ingredients and bring in a private chef to do the grilling. The property just rolled out the Work Remotely at The Roundtree package to make a serene office space away…