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Beach house rentals in Montauk

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Cottage in Montauk
Laid-Back Surf Shack steps to beach & downtown!
EH Rental Registry: 22-1360 25% monthly discount. 15% weekly discount. Historic Montauk fisherman's cottage tastefully re-made into a stylish 2-bd beach getaway steps from downtown & beach. Plywood accents, handmade furniture & eclectic finishes create a cool, laid-back vibe. Westward views across Fort Pond provide sunlight all day & beautiful sunsets. Fenced in yard with gas BBQ, table & string lights. Designed & owned by the founders of Studio MTK (@studiomtk) this is Montauk at its best!
$323 per night
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Condo in Montauk
Deluxe StudIo Apt@The Montauk Manor
Beautiful, deluxe studio apartment with every amenity. Registered historical landmark. Magnificent lobby with fireplace, restaurant. Cable TV with HBO, DVD and WI FI. The in-door pool, jacuzzi and sauna are not available due to renovations) There are fabulous beaches nearby. Newly opened Hilltop restaurant is fabulous. The food is great! Mike the owner is very accommodating and friendly.
$132 per night
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Cottage in Montauk
Montauk Oceanview with Fireplace
Cottage with direct Oceanviews, queen bed,fully equipped kitchen, central heat and air conditioning,cable,wireless,working fireplace. This is an individual cabin within which to enjoy the casual environment of Montauk during any season. we are pet friendly.
$156 per night
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Stay near Montauk's top sights

Photo of Montauk Point Lighthouse
Montauk Point Lighthouse257 locals recommend
Photo of Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa
Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa56 locals recommend
Photo of Hither Hills State Park
Hither Hills State Park50 locals recommend
Photo of The Surf Lodge
The Surf Lodge128 locals recommend
Photo of Montauk Manor
Montauk Manor3 locals recommend
Photo of Inlet Seafood Restaurant
Inlet Seafood Restaurant46 locals recommend

Lakefront house rentals in Montauk

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Waterfront Home with Private Beach
$450 per night
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Montauk Waterfront Retreat w/2 fireplaces
$1,000 per night
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Lake View & Access, Newly Renovated Montauk Oasis
$514 per night
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Amazing Spacious Waterfront Property Infinity Pool
$836 per night
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Home in North Fork
Waterfront NoFo Cottage w/ public beach access
$250 per night
Home in Montauk
Montauk Lake cottage walking distance to the beach
$643 per night
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Nostalgic Long Island Northfork rental
$325 per night
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Montauk Tranquility
$300 per night
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Leisure on Lake Montauk
$967 per night
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Lake Montauk Serenity
$335 per night
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Lake Montauk Glamour
$590 per night
Home in North Fork
Enjoy sunrise and sunset in cozy retreat
$499 per night

Your guide to Montauk

All about Montauk

For more than 4,000 years, the Montaukett Native Americans lived on these lands — hunting, fishing, and farming cattle and sheep. They used what is now Ditch Plains Beach as a lookout point, since the surrounding moorlands kept the beach hidden until it’s seen at the edge of the cliff. It’s from the Montaukett name that the hamlet of Montauk got its name. These days, locals tend to refer to the area as “The End,” since there is no land point beyond its borders. But with 5,000 acres of beach and parklands, getting to Montauk is simply the beginning of endless outdoor adventures.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Montauk?

The warm summer days serve as a magnet for weekenders looking to book one of the area’s vacation rentals, don their chicest beachwear, and bask in the comfortable temperatures in the 60s and 70s Fahrenheit. Winters hover in the upper 20s to mid-40s, so travelers generally stay away during the short days, since it isn’t just cold, but rainy and windy too. Fall and spring can range from the upper 30s to upper 60s, but it’s still no match for the peak outdoor season from mid-June to late September. As a peninsula surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Block Island Sound, the ocean breeze can be strong at times, so a windbreaker or light jacket is recommended, even on sunny days.


What are the top things to do in Montauk?

Ditch Plains Beach

The further east you go in Long Island, the bigger the waves get. As the easternmost point, Ditch Plains is best known for its incredible surfing conditions. But sunbathers, swimmers, and dog walkers also frequent the lifeguarded beach.

Hither Hills State Park

The 1,755-acre park has a two-mile ocean beach, a 190-site campground, and a 40-acre freshwater lake for fishing, as well as a trail through the walking dunes.

Montauk Lighthouse Museum

At the tip of the peninsula is New York state’s oldest lighthouse, authorized under George Washington in 1792 and completed in 1796 — and still in use today. There are 137 iron steps to the top of the 110-foot tower, and the lights, which flash every five seconds, can be seen up to 19 nautical miles away.

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