Concierge.com's insider take:
Savvy Europeans have been in on the Harborwoods secret since this spotless and stylishly modern B&B opened in 2009. Compared with the cluttered, low-ceilinged, and more established competition, Barbro Magnusson and her husband Dean Golden's shingled retreat is a breath of fresh air. Situated along the artery that connects Bridgehampton and Sag Harbor, it's a comfortable distance from the bottleneck of Route 27, and the driveway leads straight into a system of woodsy walking trails. Floors in the capacious main house are laid with gleaming planks of fir, and furnishings in the four upstairs rooms combine Swedish antiques and tasteful Ikea pieces. The nearby but unattached studio with loft, ideal for families, sleeps four comfortably. After serving up a breakfast of omelets, lox and bagels, or pancakes with lingonberries, the owners will outfit you with a beach umbrella and a beach parking permit. Another benefit to being off the beaten track: The drive to East Hampton along less-trafficked Route 114 is a snap.—Darrell Hartman
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