Southampton Inn Getaway Includes Thanksgiving Dinner and Elegant Accommodations Just Steps away from Shopping, Parade, Tree Lighting, Fireworks and Santa
SOUTHAMPTON, NEW YORK — For those looking for a memorable holiday in historic Southampton Village, the Southampton Inn is the place to stay. The experience begins with a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at the Inn’s Claude’s Restaurant on Thursday, November 28, and continues through November 30 with the annual “It’s a Wonderful Village” celebration.
The Southampton Inn’s Thanksgiving Getaway is $270**, and includes an overnight stay (double occupancy) in one of the inn’s 90 charming rooms, Thanksgiving dinner at Claude’s, and breakfast on November 29. Guests can add Wednesday night for just $100**. An overnight room only on Thanksgiving is $225**.
Thanksgiving dinner consists of a choice of one appetizer, one entrée with sides and one splendid dessert. For the main dish, customers can choose from one of three options: roast turkey, vegetarian lasagna or pineapple-glazed salmon. For parties of six or more, there is also the choice of three appetizers that can be served family-style. Pricing is $38** for adults, $20 for children.
Guests who stay over the weekend and want to get a jump on holiday shopping will receive a mini-stocking full of coupons for local establishments and free passes to museums and attractions as part of the Inn’s “It Takes a Village” program, which runs until Christmas Day. The program allows guests to take advantage of discounts while incentivizing them to patronize local businesses. Some of the participating businesses include Hildreth’s Home Goods, Whites Apothecary, Little Lucy’s Pet Accessories, J Crew, and Southampton Books, among others. After a day of shopping, guests can return to the Inn and use the wrapping room to wrap up their gifts.
At the same time, they can enjoy “It’s A Wonderful Village” on November 30. It is a day of unforgettable holiday happenings that will put anyone in a festive mood. Visitors will have a true Norman Rockwell experience as they see the merchants’ display windows lit up and the decorations adorning Jobs Lane and Main Street. Horse and buggy rides will be available from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. At 4:45 p.m., the Parade of Lights will begin, with fire engines from various East End fire departments driving down the village’s main corridor decorated with holiday lights. Afterwards, visitors can listen to the melodious voices of the holiday carolers before the start of the tree lighting ceremony at Agawam Park. This will be followed by a spectacular fireworks display lighting up the Southampton sky, a holiday reception with cookies and hot chocolate and a visit with Santa at the Southampton Cultural Center. Claude’s will be offering Holiday Cheer that day, consisting of hot cider and a children’s menu.
To cap off a memorable holiday weekend, Claude’s will be serving its exquisite Sunday brunch, with a choice of French toast, Eggs Benedict or smoked salmon and $25 bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys.
The Southampton Inn and Claude’s Restaurant are located at 91 Hill Street in Southampton. For reservations, or for more information, call (631) 283-6500 or visit www.southamptoninn.com.
**Prices for dinner and lodging do not include alcohol, tax, gratuity and fees. 2019 rates.