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Price and Availability Index in East Hampton
Holiday Letting Price Information in East Hampton
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in East Hampton. Prices rise in July and reach an average of £559 a night (27/07 - 03/08), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Opt for a getaway in March (30/03 - 06/04) for optimal savings when heading to East Hampton.
Holiday Home Availability Information in East Hampton
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in East Hampton with the graph above. The week with the highest booking rate is in August (24/08 - 31/08). Only 71 of the rentals are still available. It is easier to find a rental during one week of September (28/09 - 05/10), when only 15% of the holiday lettings on offer are booked.
The Weather in East Hampton
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in January, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a -1° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is August.
Schmooze with celebrities from an East Hampton holiday home
East Hampton was founded by farmers over three hundred years ago, a resort town by the 1800's, the Atlantic-fronted village became a centre for the finer things in life. Today, the world's celebrities hang out in the Hamptons, and now you can join them!
Sea spray and abstract expressionism
Jackson Pollock, crowned king of the group of American painters that has become known as the Abstract Expressionists, famously had his studio here. The house where he worked, together with his far less famous, yet extremely talented wife, artist Lee Krasner, was bought by elite art market master Peggy Guggenheim. Pollock's paintings are now housed in the Guggenheim Gallery in New York City, but the house where they were first created is open for public view Thursdays through Saturdays.
Luxurious lifestyle and rich heritage
Gray shingle homesteads and majestic elms line the streets of East Hampton, many original to the community of farmers and fishermen from Massachusetts and Connecticut who settled here in 1648. Its heritage is still appreciable underneath its bourgeois trappings, recalling the Puritan foundations of this small coastal town.
Live the Hampton high life
Cedar Point County Park
This 607 acre park is full of nature trails and teeming with fish. Take a fishing trip and surf cast for bass and bluefish, bike past the beaches and picnic near the children's playgrounds. Seasonal licensed hunting for waterfowl is permitted, but year round you'll find this park an oasis of natural beauty and tranquillity on New York's doorstep.
This historic windmill was built in 1806 and remained operational until the turn of the century. It is now a listed historic building and opens its doors to visitors daily who are able to learn about the technical and cultural heritage of the mill at the fascinating mini-museum inside.
This private country club is the pinnacle of luxury with a scenic 18 hole golf course and 9 hole private golf course played by greats such as Groucho Marx and Diana Ross. It ranks highly in Golf Magazine's 'Top 100 Courses in the US' and 'Top 100 Courses in the World' lists.
Featuring on the National Register of Historic Places, Mulford Farm is one of America's best preserved colonial homesteads. The house reveals a great deal about colonial New England society, and the origins of our present are still traceable in its lineaments. Largely unchanged since 1750, the house offers visitors a look into a remarkable time capsule.
This stretch of sand glitters with the sun and the stars of New York's high society. As you're busy achieving your own paparazzi-ready tan, you can look out for your favourites seaside species and celebrities at the same time.
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