An idyllic retreat that evokes memories of summer camp, the recently renovated Ruschmeyer’s hotel, restaurant and bar in Montauk has become a popular destination. Located on three acres of lakeside woodland, guests have good reason to enjoy being both inside and outside the property: the team behind Fat Radish serves fresh, local food in the main restaurant, the interior decor exudes a midcentury vibe (the property was originally built in 1952), and the grand lawn serves as a setting for musical performances. Various outdoor activities are also planned for guests to enjoy the surrounding grandeur. To learn more, visit: http://www.kingandgrove.com/.
Above and below photos by Joe Termini for Ruschmeyer’s.
Above: Strung lights in trees create a magical atmosphere.
Above: A simple and inviting guest bedroom.
Above: Japanese fishing floats and a disco ball offer eclectic and fun detailing.
Above: An eco-friendly way to get around.
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