Bachelorette in the Hamptons
lana43083 Posted: Jan 27, 2018 05:14 PM+
lana43083 MEMBER SINCE: 1/18 TOTAL POSTS : 1 WEDDING DATE: Sep 30, 2018
Posted: Jan 27, 2018 05:14 PM
Bachelorette in the HamptonsHi ladies, I am planning a BP for my future sister-in-law in July. I have never been to the Hamptons and would appreciate ideas as to where to stay, what to do, etc. West/East?!! Very confusing. She is more of a classy bride than a partier but loves the beach and wine tasting. I do anticipate going out at night but nothing too clubby.
firstname.lastname@example.org Posted: Jan 29, 2018 04:52 PM+
email@example.com MEMBER SINCE: 5/17 TOTAL POSTS : 9 WEDDING DATE: Jun 21, 2019
Posted: Jan 29, 2018 04:52 PM
RE:Bachelorette in the HamptonsI feel like you'd probably be better off doing a wine tour on the North Shore (there's about 50 wineries) and then maybe staying in Greenport for the weekend. There are only like 4 wineries in the Hamptons and there really isn't a lot as far as bars go either. The hamptons are more known for fancy house parties than their nightlife. If you're set on the hamptons Southampton, Hampton Bays, and Westhampton probably have the most night life, or maybe Montauk if it's in the mix of the summer!
rhythmandshoes Posted: Jan 31, 2018 02:21 PM+
rhythmandshoes MEMBER SINCE: 11/15 TOTAL POSTS : 30 WEDDING DATE: Dec 30, 2016
Posted: Jan 31, 2018 02:21 PM
RE:Bachelorette in the HamptonsMost of the wineries are on the North Fork of Long Island (Greenport). How many women attending? A lot of the good wineries don’t want loud and crazy bachelorette parties, and have rules in place about buses, tours, and things like that. If you’re a small group, or if someone is the designated driver, I think you’ll have a lot of flexibility for some great exploration of fun wineries. Greenport sounds like it might be more your speed than the Hamptons, and it has a cute town with wine bars, good restaurants, and some classier things to do.
No Posts Found With Your Match.
Welcome New Vendors