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North Fork Getaways – Free tickets to Holiday House Tour and ‘Shellabration’

Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast is offering all kinds of sweet deals this holiday season, including two free tickets to the Cutchogue Holiday House Tour with a two night stay December 6th through December 8th or free passes to ‘Shellabration’ which takes place in Greenport that same weekend. Stay 3 nights and we will pay for both events! And if you still haven’t made plans for Thanksgiving, think about a North Fork getaway and stay with us. With a three night stay we will not only serve you our 5 star reviewed breakfast but dinner too, at our local waterfront restaurant A Lure. Then on Friday afternoon be sure to stick around for the Southold Historical Society Candlelight tour of  the hamlet, … Continue reading

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Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast Studio Cottage rental

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Shorecrest B and B now offers a newly renovated, private, detached and spacious self catering studio cottage with queen bed and kitchenette on the Shelter Bay side of Southold hamlet. Floor to ceiling west facing windows open onto a private patio overlooking lawns and panoramic water views. Located on a quiet country lane a few steps from the private community sandy beach and just five minute drive to Greenport and Southold villages, the Southold Studio Cottage provides a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life with the convenience of Shorecrest BnB concierge services including winery discount card to 24 local wineries, maps and guides. Visit our website and click on the ‘check availability’ link for rates or call … Continue reading

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2 Bedroom Beach Cottage Available through Farmhouse B&B

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Short walk to the most gorgeous bay beach, restaurants  and marina.  This adorable 2 bedroom beach cottage sleeps 2-6 people and has a fully equipped kitchen, cozy living room, patio and barbeque.  Housekeeping and linens included with your stay.  We would be happy to make your stay as carefree as possible, so order your groceries on pea pod and we will accept delivery and set it up for when you check in.  Call for details and reservations. The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfas 1855 Depot Lane Cutchogue, New York 11935 phone:    631-734-8539 web site: email:

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Join us at the Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast for a practical workshop on Straw Bale Gardening. It is a flexible, smart, easy technique to start your gardening adventure. For more information come and sign up! It is at the Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, 1855 Depot Lane, Cutchgoue, NY on Sunday May 5th from 2:30-4:00 pm. $35, group discounts available. Call 631-734-8539 to register (advance registration required) or for more information.,

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Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast special offer for a two night stay during Winterfest & Jazz on the Vine; Long Island’s celebration of wine and music.

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JAZZ ON THE VINE is again the theme for the 2012 Long Island Winterfest. From February 11 to March 18 visitors to the North Fork will be able to enjoy 6 great weekends of truly exceptional jazz performances in winery tasting rooms. Good times for music and wine lovers! Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast has created a special two night stay package for our guests during the festival and through April 15th. Included in your stay is a $25 gift certificate towards dinner for two at either the Frisky Oyster or Noah’s, two of our favorite Greenport restaurants, a $50 gift certificate towards a one hour aromatherapy massage for each guest, our exclusive discount card to 24 wineries including some free … Continue reading

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New arrivals at the Farmhouse Bed and Breafkast

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The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast recently received a shipment of Buff Orpington Chicks. They arrived at 7:30 am on February 15, via the Cutchogue, United States Post office.  Our friendly post person, Mike called and said your babies arrived can you hear them?  We replied “We are on our way”.  They came packaged in a little box with air holes at the top. When we opened the lid we saw the beautiful 2 day old chicks huddle together.  We assured them everything was going to be fine and they would be warm in no time.   We were all ready with the “nursery” which is a brooder pen we had borrowed from our friend Mark, and it was perfect.  The little heat … Continue reading

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By the Bluff offers Bed and Breakfast stay for Veterans

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Some Inns who are members of The North Fork Bed and Breakfast  Association (NFBBA) offer a free night stay at their B&B in honor of Veterans Day.    The website to learn more about this Veteran program is By the Bluff B&B opened up their home for three nights during the last week of October, 2011 in honor of Veterans Day.  This is the second year By The Bluff took part in this program. We had a great turn out this year, as we did last year.    On one of the three nights, we actually had the same 4 couples who stayed the previous year.   They are like old friends now.  They went to Skippers for Dinner and were served … Continue reading

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Wine making on the North Fork Long Island with Sannino Vineyard and Bed and Breakfast

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In the Vineyard with Anthony Sannino: With the new year we also begin a new growing season for our vines. We have removed netting at this time and are getting ready to prune the vines, or give them all a major haircut. Pruning really does begin the growing season even though the vines are dormant. At this time we are making critical decisions and selections of what parts of the vine we want to keep in order for the plant to be most productive. The three photos are the same plant starting with the vine unpruned and leafless vine, last years canes still intact. This next photo shows how most of the canes are removed and only four centrally located canes remain. … Continue reading

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