Greenporter Hotel is a 3-star, privately owned boutique hotel located in the heart of the North Fork’s wine country, in Greenport, Long Island. We located at the entrance of The Village of Greenport and are a short walk from village docks, boutiques, restaurants, and galleries in downtown historic Greenport. The hotel is a ten minute drive from the Cross Sound Ferry in Orient, if you are coming across the Long Island Sound from New England, and minutes away from Shelter Island, as well as the Long Island Railroad and the Hampton Jitney.

The original hotel was built in the late 50s and was renovated and re-opened in October of 2001; designed in a 1950’s retro style with modern day amenities. We added a new building, also designed in the retro 50s style, which was completed in 2006 with additional guestrooms and offices. The property has 30 guestrooms which convey the feel of a comfortable beach house for the guest seeking a casual but stylish setting. All rooms feature a queen or king size bed, flat screen cable television, air conditioning, mini fridge as well as daily maid service and seasonal complimentary continental breakfast.

Greenporter Hotel is a proud member of the Green Hotels Association and is a Trip Advisor GreenLeaders Platinum Level Member, taking great pride in protecting our planet.  In our efforts to maintain a safe environment for guests and their families, we use 100 percent cotton linens and our pillows and duvets do not contain any animal feathers or products. Our limited amount of guest rooms and security staff does not allow for and monitor separate “pet” areas while still ensuring our guests of their safety and environment. For these reasons we cannot accommodate guests traveling with pets.  We use Energy Star appliances, LED light bulbs, eco-friendly amenities and our housekeepers clean with organic, plant-based products. Herbs are grown on-site and the breakfast service participates in a community garden cooperative as well as a cooking oil recycling program. Read more about our Green Initiative. 

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