Huntington, New York, calls to those seeking a destination within easy reach of Manhattan, but also those who would prefer to stay away from the hubbub of the Big Apple and somewhere a little more low-key. On Long Island, Huntington offers outdoor adventure, historic attractions and plenty of dining and shopping. But, of course, as you enjoy it all, you’ll need a place to stay. Here are five great spots to consider booking for your next trip.
One look at Oheka Castle and you’ll ask yourself if you’re still on Long Island, or if you’ve somehow been transported to a grand European estate. The historic property, built in 1919, has acted as a playground for the world’s rich and famous, as well as a backdrop for popular movies and television shows. Today, it also acts as a hotel for those lucky enough to snag a room.