by Kasey Caminiti | July 20, 2022 1:13 pm
The Shoals is a new waterfront hotel in Southold, situated on the North Fork and overlooking the Peconic Bay and Shelter Island. The property boasts 20 hotel suites and 20 boat slips, making it accessible by both land and sea. The hotel’s owners have partnered with local favorite family business Little Ram Oyster Company on an expansive oyster program that will be operated out of a waterfront building on the property. The Thomas Juul-Hansen-designed property pays homage to nautical history by integrating custom marine design elements into its spaces. The building’s cedar-shingle exterior and clean lines are reminiscent of New England modernism, with two stories of guest rooms thoughtfully situated for views of the bay and marina.
The newly restored Pridwin Hotel and Cottages will reopen on Shelter Island with a new look after an extensive two-year renovation under the ownership of Cape Resorts (Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor) and the Petry family, which has owned and operated the resort since 1961. Nestled on more than seven acres of Crescent Beach, the 49-room luxury destination resort features 16 charming cottages, a private beach and pool, full-service spa and a 100-seat American restaurant. “With a timeless look and emphasis on comfort and the joy of simple pleasures, The Pridwin offers guests and families a fun, cheery escape from daily life,” said Curtis Bashaw, managing partner of Cape Resorts. “Our hope is for future generations of travelers to continue to enjoy the newly restored resort the way it has been cherished since it first opened almost 100 years ago.”
Shelter Island’s The Chequit hotel is preserving its legacy while ushering in a new era of hospitality through a respectful renovation. The boutique hotel’s 19 renovated guest rooms and two additional buildings with 16 more rooms are adorned elegantly with a natural color palette. The Chequit’s reopening also debuts three new dining concepts created by Stacey Soloviev and led by chef Noah Schwartz: Weakfish Sushi & Noodles, The Tavern and Heights Cafe & Wine Bar. Sushi rolls and ramen are on offer at Weakfish Sushi & Noodles, farm-to-table traditional American cuisine at The Tavern and pastries in the morning followed by a cozy glass of wine in the evening at the charming Heights Cafe & Wine Bar. With a host of culinary options coupled with unparalleled accommodations, The Chequit has restored its historic property while offering guests a modern home away from home experience on Shelter Island.
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