The Baker House 1650 Kicks Off Summer With a Rosé Weekend

By Jing Yang | May 13, 2019 | Lifestyle

Walking distance from the beach, shops and restaurants, The Baker House 1650, a 17th-century, Cotswold-style inn located in East Hampton, is hosting a special Rosé Weekend from May 24 to 26 for visitors wishing to relax with a bottle and escape from city life.

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The Rosé Weekend package includes two tickets and transportation to and from Sunday’s Rosé Soirée, a winery event hosted at Southampton Arts Center. Thirty rosés, cocktails and food from more than 22 top chefs and restaurants from around the world will be available and guests—who are encouraged to wear rose-hued clothes to the celebration—will enjoy live street performances.

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The weekend hotel package includes three nights in a luxurious room, a bottle of Wölffer Rosé and a healthy breakfast each morning, along with beach passes, towels, umbrellas and chairs. As one of the oldest continuously occupied structures in the United States, the majestic house closely resembles an English manor—perfect for kicking back among the greenery and flowers. Advanced booking of seven days is required for guests planning to partake in the weekend honoring Hamptonites’ favorite beverage. From $3,330, 181 Main St., East Hampton, bakerhouse1650.com



Photography by: Photography courtesy of The Baker House 1650