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The Reform Club

New York, United States

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The Premises 

It’s not members-only at The Reform Club, Amagansett’s ultimate academy, but it will feel like it – especially by the outdoor fireplace on your veranda or out in your cottage’s hedge-encircled garden. The Windmill Lane grounds are even more idyllic than the name suggests, with orchards, hydrangea bushes and a rose garden, all within walking distance of Main Street’s boutiques, restaurants and cafés (the output of which can be delivered direct to your front door). Bicycles are there to be borrowed for trips to the beach or the house car will whisk you to surrounding sand dunes, galleries and vineyards.

The Reform Club

23 Windmill Lane, Amagansett New York, 11930United States

Suite Two


Compliments of the House 

Welcome snacks and a bottle of wine

At the Hotel 

CHECK-OUT: 11am. Earliest check-in, 3pm. Check-in isn’t possible after 10.30pm, so be sure to arrive before then.
Rates usually include breakfast.


Free WiFi throughout, bicycles to borrow, gardens, common room, tea house, art collection, pool table, house car and gym. In rooms: Free WiFi, Sonos sound system, fireplace, LCD TV, tea and coffee kit, free filtered still and sparkling water, free snacks and soft drinks, and L’Occitane bath products.


Save some suitcase space for your new Hamptons haul – East Hampton has the most designer boutiques, but you’ll also be able to find sartorial salvation in Sag Harbor, Southampton and, right at the South Fork’s tip, Montauk.


Under-18s are welcome in the cottages and 21 House, but not in the main building or the suites. Extra beds can be added for $100 a night (free for under-fives); foldaway cots are $25. Babysitting can be arranged on request.


There’s no spa, but staff can point you in the direction of the Hamptons’ most serene sanctuaries or arrange in-room treatments.


What the property lacks in swimming pools, it makes up for in oceans – the Atlantic is just three quarters of a mile away.


Suite 4 on the ground floor of the main house has been adapted for wheelchair users.
Fussy eaters (and vending-machine connoisseurs) will appreciate the bespoke fridge-stocking service – just let them know your favourite snacks in advance.


The 25.38% tax rate includes the New York state sales tax, the Suffolk county hotel tax, the resort fee, and the service fee.


In the main house, we love spacious Suite 1 for its colonnaded patio, slipper bath tub and double shower. Families can give older teens independence by booking a two-storey cottage, which have lower levels with their own entrances. This category is also best for anyone hoping to live the Long Island dream life, thanks to verandas, dual-sided fireplaces (inside and out) and hydrangea bushes.

Food & Drink 

Unforgettable Features 

There’s no restaurant, but the team can arrange for local chefs to come and cook for you in your room. They even partner with local restaurants to create special menus for you to enjoy on the property. Breakfast is delivered to your door every morning and staff can also drop off snacks and sandwiches to your fridge.

Liquid Bliss 

Bottles of wine and liquor can be requested from the in-room drinks menu.

Experience the Extraordinary 

The holiday-playground Hamptons are the perfect spot for seafaring – the team can arrange boat trips, surfing lessons and stand-up paddleboarding. They’ll also drop you at the beach and pack you off with towels, chairs and parasols (or supply you with a parking pass if you’d rather make your own way there). Other wholesome activities include trips to Round Swamp Farm and its country market, the Clubhouse in East Hampton for bowling, mini golf and arcade games, and the Home Sweet Home saltbox-showcasing museum.


The hotel is just off the Montauk Highway in Amagansett, a little further down Long Island from East Hampton.


Land at any of New York City’s major airports (JFK, LaGuardia and Newark) and you’ll be within a two-and-a-half-hour drive of the Hamptons. There’s a private airport roughly 20 minutes by car from the hotel, where private jets, helicopters and seaplanes can touch down. Hotel transfers can be arranged on request.


Trains The Long Island Rail Road calls in at Amagansett station, which is a handy 10-minute walk from the Reform Club.


This is America and four wheels are better than two legs – there’s free parking for your wagon on-site, plus permits to take with you to the beach.


Possibly the only acceptable coach service on the planet, the beloved Hampton Jitney to and from NYC has a drop-off point that’s a five-minute walk away.


23 Windmill Lane, Amagansett New York, 11930United States

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