Rooms and communal spaces at The Surf Lodge have a subtle coastal theme running through them. Each room is designed with the style and simple luxuries of a beach vacation in mind, with white washed walls, sun bleached floors, private balconies, cozy beds, shady hammocks and outsized artwork by surfers and surf lovers throughout.
When it comes to the food, every meal is an occasion to remember. The Surf Lodge showcases continental classics and contemporary and sustainable local; seafood comes fresh off the fishing boats of Montauk Harbor and produce from the farms of the East End and North Fork of Long Island for cuisines that draw inspiration from the ocean’s daily bounty and locally grown ingredients.
At the 2,600-square-foot outdoor deck and cocktail lounge you can listen to funky reggae with the hippest crowd in the Hamptons. The hanging rattan chairs and hammocks outside each room get guests into the chill swing of things while whitewashed walls and sun-bleached pine floors offer a fresh, modern beachy feel.
Only a few miles from the ocean (and what’s said to be the best surfing in the East End at Ditch Plains), the Surf Lodge offers shuttle service to the beach in a decommissioned Panzer military assault vehicle — refitted to carry surfboards, the local weapon of choice.