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Highlights Suffolk County
- Thrill seekers’ haven
- Exceptional dining
- Historical landmarks
- Outdoor activities
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Suffolk is a great destination for everyone. It’s been a hotspot for ages, and though it hasn’t changed, exploring its variegated past is an awesome adventure in itself. The roaring 20s left its mark along with aviation in WWII. Local museums display these treasures alongside more recent events. There are also awesome beaches, golf courses and gardens to discover. Live entertainment coupled with fabulous food experiences permeate the county with terrific views. Many vineyards and breweries offer the latest craft beer craze and old-time favorite wine labels. It’s all here for your pleasure whether you’re with family or friends.Incredible independent accommodations
These rentals are a choice find for any traveler. Choose between pleasantly rustic or lavish depending on your budget and expectations. With many of these listings located a few yards from the beach, expect to be immersed in a natural setting with songbirds as your alarm clock. A number of rentals also include amenities such as a private pool, jacuzzi, sauna, large outdoor patio and more! Meditate in the garden, or whip up a fine BBQ on the terrace. These rentals provide so many options for a fantastic stay!
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One must take time to sample these fabulous restaurants with unique decor. The Halyard has a nautical themed interior, seaside view and outdoor deck where you can enjoy local beer and wine selections paired with biodynamic salads and grilled fish. Northfork Table’s Michelin starred owner boasts a country house styled decor, plant-based dishes and seafood selections delicately prepared in awesome herbal combinations.La Fin’s is the Southern French connection coupled with fresh farm and sea selections prepared expertly to delight the palate. Claudio’s on Main has been in the family for 150 years and they do Italian right! Dubrovnik New Rochelle offers Croatian cuisine you’ll love. There are breweries and vineyards to explore. So many unique flavor combinations to entice the foodie in you!Re-live history in Suffolk
Be sure to do the Long Island Heritage Trail starting at Raynham Hall in Oyster Bay to the 1697 Sagtikos Manor at Bay Shore. You’ll enjoy learning more details of the Revolutionary war from the Three Village Historical Society in Setauket, especially General Washington’s ‘Spy Ring’ and other juicy stories. Ward and Glynnes, first opened in 1923, boasted Vaudeville, Burlesque and Broadway shows. It changed to Patchogue and survived fires and recessions but is now the largest theater in Suffolk with over 1000 seats featuring live performances.
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Long Island is brimming with historical nuggets. Visit the famous “Gold Coast” boasting eight extravagant mansions from the swinging 20s. Each features iconic architecture, rich art exhibits and awesome gardens. You can imagine the lavish lifestyle of the times, as depicted in the Great Gatsby novel, whose setting was likely Oheka Castle in Huntington. Since Long Island was considered the birthplace of aviation, fascinating artifacts are archived at the American Airpower Museum from the 1930s. More recently, the blockbuster “Jaws” was inspired by Mundus’s Great White shark catch in 1964 weighing 4,500 pounds! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.Suffolk County for Nature lovers
Are you a fan of white sandy beaches? Surprisingly, Long Island has many exceptional beaches along its coast. Ditch Plains is a favorite among naturalists for its great surfing, swimming, and biking. The Shadmoor Cliff Walk next door is an exhilarating hiking experience ending with Montauk’s famous Lighthouse Museum featuring its own fascinating history. Be sure to visit Stoney Brook Harbor for water activities, historical adventures, and great food. There are several inland parks to explore too. There is so much to do on Long Island.
In 1958, Physicist Higginbotham created “Tennis for Two”, the first video game, to entertain visitors from the Brookhaven National Laboratory.
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The Railroad Museum of Long Island was established at Greenport’s freight house in 1892. It’s the train lover’s dream museum showcasing a bountiful historical account of the railroad’s importance to New York and sincere community support for 911 victims. Have fun interacting with Lionel scale model trains on two tracks with all their accessories and more.2. Get your adrenaline pumping on the racetrack
Your whole family can have a blast with refreshments on the house! RPM raceway offers an all-electric indoor go-kart racing track for adrenaline seekers. There are 3-levels to choose from with safety training before you hit the track. Virtual reality and favorite video games add to the excitement.3. Put on your flying wings
Unique flying opportunities await you in Suffolk. Fly over beaches and historical landmarks on a guided tour. Adrenaline seekers can skydive and glide in a magnificent parachute. Bayport Aerodrome Society features a history of aviation and antique planes to marvel over at the Aerodrome airport, with its one-of-a-kind grass runway.4. Enjoy interacting with marine life
Long Island Aquarium is overflowing with fascinating exhibits you’ll need a full day to explore with your kids. Check out the JAWsome adventures Shark Dive where you’ll visit the Atlantis underwater shark exhibit or Pirate Snorkel with your favorite reef fish in their coral. Penguin Encounter is for playing with cute penguins and more.5. Kayak down the scenic Peconic River
At Long Island Canoe and Kayak Rentals book a guided tour or go solo down this beautiful scenic river. You will encounter indigenous marine life and beautiful birds that live in the marshland along the river. This is an inspirational and relaxing way to get exercise and fresh air.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Suffolk County
On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Suffolk County last year?
Considering the average cost of $630 per night, Suffolk County lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.
Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?
After analyzing our data from last year, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Suffolk County are February, January and May, with average prices of $532, $579, and $581, respectively.
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Suffolk County?
When booking a vacation rental in Suffolk County, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of July (with an average of $708 per night), followed by August ($691), and then September ($684).
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Suffolk County?
It's worthwhile if you can book your stay well in advance when visiting Suffolk County, as only 20% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
Last year, the months with the largest number of properties available of the year in Suffolk County were February, October and January, with average availabilities of 36%, 27%, and 27%, respectively.
When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Suffolk County?
The accommodations in Suffolk County reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 2%. The second most requested month is May, with 5%, and the third is July with 6%. During these three months, the availability is only 4%. It is therefore preferable to reserve far in advance.
Are there many vacation rentals in Suffolk County?
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