North Fork, NY, Guide and Information


Welcome to North Fork

Just 80 miles east of New York City, the North Fork of Long Island is a year-round destination with rural character, from over 30 vineyards to multi-generation family farms. Great beaches, world-class restaurants and opportunities to golf, hike and boat draw summertime guests, while the fall—harvest season—brings farms to the forefront as the whole peninsula celebrates the year’s bounty, from pick-your-own pumpkins to corn mazes. The tranquility of winter and spring on the North Fork provide the ultimate antidote to the rush of the city.

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Where to Stay in North Fork, New York

Long Island’s wine country, North Fork, New York, is a charming slice of The Empire State, easily accessible from Manhattan. Filled with quaint farms, local restaurants serving local cuisine, more than 60 vineyards and other beverage producers, it’s just the place for a quick girls trip or couples getaway. When it comes to booking your North Fork accommodations, you’ll find you have plenteous options — so which is right for you?

Situated in East Marion, in the heart of the North Fork region, The Blue Inn is a small, historic property with fewer than 20 guest rooms. Built in the late 19th century, the property has long welcomed guests who want to explore the many nearby North Shore attractions, such as the Southold beaches, golf courses and, obviously, the wineries and vineyards. The Blue Inn is also one of the very few pet-friendly hotels in the area.

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