Arbor View House Bed & Breakfast

A New York Bed and Breakfast Inn located on Long Island Wine Country

A Stay at Arbor View House Bed and Breakfast

April 16th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Arbor View House, a New York Bed and Breakfast on the North Fork of Long Island.As spring approaches and the weather warms, we here at Arbor View House Bed and Breakfast look forward to the season ahead and what we can do to make it as special as it was during the previous years. Looking back over our past guests experiences always cheers us up because we have such a great time doing what we do … and it is a great feeling seeing that we are not the only ones who enjoy ourselves here!

Read the rest of this page »

Arbor View House – a Long Island Spa

March 24th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Arbor View House Long Island Spa ServicesArbor View House is more than just an award-winning, North Fork bed and breakfast – we’re also a Long Island Spa, offering a wide range of massages and other spa services.

Services available at our Long Island Spa include:

Swedish Massage
A full-body massage combining a wide range of techniques including Deep Tissue, Myofacial, Swedish, Shiatsu, Reflexology, and Trigger Point Therapy and Stretching to release tension and promote natural healing.

Sport Massage
A combination of deep massage and stretching for increased endurance and elasticity, perfect for active individuals with sore muscles or limited range of motion.

Therapeutic Focus Massage
This massage is good for addressing specific concerns and areas of the body in the instances of injury, carpel tunnel, chronic headaches, and other concentrated issues.

Hot Stone Massage
This extremely relaxing treatment involves warm oil, Swedish massage, and heating polished lava stones which are then lightly rubbed over and also placed on your body for a soothing meditative effect.

Thai Massage
Thai massage utilizes slow movements & stretches, to deeply relax your muscles. Thai massage is accomplished on the dressed individual on the floor using hands, feet, arms and legs to massage.

Reiki is a form of Japanese massage or healing. Reiki means universal energy and the Reiki practitioner helps to direct the body’s energy with warm hands for complete relaxation.

Aromatherapy Massage
A body massage designed to calm, detoxify, energize and relieve your muscles and mind with the soothing effects of a personalized selection of essential oils.

Aromatherapy Bath
Let us to draw you a relaxing, therapeutic bath with essential oils, rose petals, candlelight, and soft music, to soothe your mind, strengthen your spirit, and refresh your body.

Stretch Therapy
Take a session with our therapists to work out those kinks. Learn how to stretch out those tight areas of your body to lengthen muscles and relieve tension.

One-on-one or public yoga sessions are available to alleviate stress, strengthen the body, and learn how to use breathing techniques to relax.

Couples Massage
Share any spa service above with a partner – relax into togetherness!

Maternity Massage
A gentle massage designed to help relax the expectant mother and relieve common, minor pregnancy issues like lower back pain and water retention.

All of the massage therapists at our Long Island Spa are New York State licensed, insured, and are experienced professionals. We also have an arrangement with a local gym for those who wish to get in a workout during their stay.

Reach for the Brass Ring at Greenport’s Antique Carousel

March 14th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Greenport's Antique Carousel

If you find yourself anywhere near Greenport Village on Long Island, give yourself a treat by visiting Mitchel Park and take a ride on Greenport’s antique carousel!

As the term “antique” implies, this is not your average attraction. Housed in a specially built glass pavilion, the Jess Owen Carousel House is a ticket back to the golden age of carnival rides.

Read the rest of this page »

The Custer Institute and Observatory

February 24th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

The Custer Institute and ObservatoryLong Island’s North Fork is home to the only astronomical observatory on the island – The Custer Institute and Observatory.

With the first building going up in 1939, The Custer Institute has been Long Island’s gateway to the stars for almost 80 years. From the first day, they drew public interest – and why not? Those stars up there are not just beautiful but mysterious!

Read the rest of this page »

Greenport’s East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation

February 6th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Greenport's East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation

Explore maritime history with an East End Seaport Museum Lighthouse Cruise!

Greenport’s East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation houses an exciting collection of historical, local artifacts including lighthouse lenses and exhibits detailing Greenport’s fishing and oyster industries.

Located in the former railroad station adjacent to the North Ferry Terminal, the East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation features an ever-expanding array of maritime collections.

Read the rest of this page »

Live On The Vine – The 2014 Long Island Winterfest

January 24th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Live On The Vine - The 2014 Long Island Winterfest

Live On The Vine – The 2014 Long Island Winterfest
Feb 8 – Mar 16

The 2014 Long Island Winterfest, Live On The Vine, is almost here and what a festival it is shaping up to be! You DO NOT want to miss this!

A six week long, mid-winter music festival, the seventh annual Long Island Winterfest, Live on the Vine is all about enjoying excellent, local food and drink and grooving to live performances of talented musicians, all in Long Island’s unique vineyard tasting rooms and other venues on the East End.

Read the rest of this page »

Valentine’s Day Romantic Getaway

January 10th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Valentine's Day Romantic GetawayValentine’s Day is just around the corner (I know – didn’t we just celebrate Thanksgiving?!?) and what better gift could you give that special one in your life than a Valentine’s Day Romantic Getaway?

With our Lovers’ Magic, Romantic Getaway package, you’ll not only be giving your loved one a romantic visit to Long Island’s Wine Country on the North Fork, you’ll also be giving an endless parade of special surprises

Read the rest of this page »

2013 New Year’s Eve on Long Island’s North Fork

December 13th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

2013 New Year's Eve on Long Island's North ForkSpending your 2013 New Year’s Eve on Long Island’s North Fork offers you some gentler attractions than those typically found in the city; pleasant alternatives to the routine and the shrill.

We’ve gathered a few of the alternatives together, here, as something of a guide for you, should you find yourself leaning our way come the turn of the year.

Read the rest of this page »

Christmas in Cutchogue NY

December 6th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Christmas in Cutchogue NYThe sun has paled, the air gone crisp, the days shorter – that’s right, it’s time for Christmas in Cutchogue once again!

Christmas in Cutchogue kicks off with a fun-filled, hour long magic show at the Cutchogue Fire Department with cookies, candy canes, cider, hot cocoa and other holiday treats.

After this hour of satisfying snacks and eye-popping prestidigitation, watch the skies: it’s Santa!

Read the rest of this page »

It’sh a Shellabration in Greenport!

November 16th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Shellabration 2013<br />December 7 & 8, noon - 5pm

Shellabration 2013
December 7 & 8, noon – 5pm

Shellabration in Greenport 2013!

No, I’ve not had too much to drink (talk to me again after 5, why don’tcha) – I’m talking about the upcoming festival called Shellabration in North Fork’s Greenport Village to both celebrate the Peconic Bay harvest and promote the health of local waters.

Sample, savor, and salivate over the very best of freshly harvested, Peconic Bay shellfish prepared by Greenport’s leading chefs in conjunction with the finest wines North Fork vintners have to offer.

I’ve got your attention now, haven’t I? I thought so!

Read the rest of this page »

| | Sitemap | Back to top ↑ | Log in
Copyright Arbor View House, Inc. 1999-2012 | Website Designed and Developed by InsideOut Solutions