A special refuge: Topping Rose House

Topping Rose House is a modern luxury retreat located in the picturesque Bridgehampton, in the heart of The Hamptons, two-hour drive from Manhattan, NY.

Close to antique shops, art galleries and restaurants, the elegant hotel was originally built in 1842. For instance, it was named after the first owner, the local judge Abraham Topping Rose.

The owners, Bill Campbell and Simon Critchell, with the collaboration of the architecture firm Roger Ferris & Partners, created a contemporary environment, mixed with traditional style.

Firstly, the property has a main house, four modern cottages, and 22 rooms and suites. The rooms have wooden floor, floor-to-ceiling windows, design furniture and historical elements. Secondly, some of the suites have spacious living rooms. Also the cottages, located near the farm, have private outdoor patio and a dining area.


Above all, Topping Rose house offers a heated outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi, a fitness centre and yoga courses. Therefore, guests can relax outside or organise spa treatments and herbal massages.

Restaurant & Events

The restaurant, Jean-Georges, is in the ground floor of the mansion and offers a menu based on seasonal ingredients from the property’s farm. In addition, the bar/lounge has a selection of domestic and international wines.

Moreover, the hotel is the perfect setting for private or work events, from wedding to business dinners. The team offers event packages to create a personal experience and support guests for wedding celebrations. The propriety has different options like the Barn, the area inside the restaurant and the Cottage Roofdeck.

What to do

Topping Rose house provides shuttle service for day trips nearby. Guests can spend a day at the nearby beautiful beaches, visit vineyards, play golf and tennis. Furthermore, they have bicycles available for hotel’s guests.

Info: http://www.toppingrosehouse.com/ – Room price: double room from $395 incl. breakfast and Wi-Fi – Services: bikes rental free of charge and yoga classes

Photo Credit: © Tim Street Porter Mark Jordan Photography  Michael Weber Photography – Judith Rae