Why you should stay at 3 Village Inns

Richard Hallock constructed the 3 Village Inns in 1751. The 21-room Inn retains much of its traditional beauty and authenticity. It is particularly well-known for its excellent food, overseen by famous Executive Chef Guy Reuge.

 The Inn provides excellent dining and hosts over 100 weddings every year and Christenings, anniversary celebrations, showers, and birthdays. Hiking is also one of the activities available to guests at the lodging in and near Stony Brook.

The History Of 3 Village Inns

Previously called as the Old Homestead Inn, it was established before the Revolutionary War from 1776 until 1783. During this, Long Island was held by the British. The cottages of the Inn were later built in 1907, having the names such as the Brewster Cottage and Tallmadge Cottage, referencing the Revolutionary War-era spies. 

Recently, the rooms in the main Inn have been refurbished and are pleasant, even though the structure retains many of its historic elements. The original timbers with pegged mortise and tenon joints may still be seen in the sitting room. The original pre-Revolutionary fireplace and beehive oven are also intact and serve as a romantic setting for a table for two. The Inn has three fireplaces.

Why you should choose 3 Village Inns for the stay?

Here are the top three reasons to stay at 3 Village Inns:

Room And Suites

The Inn features 21 guestrooms, including six cottages with 15 rooms overlooking the bay. The rooms at the Inn are all furnished with a closet. The Master and Premium Suites are great retreats for that special occasion. In order to make sure that the guests have a pleasant stay, the room provides luxurious accommodations, complimentary high-speed internet access, and hospitality discounts to the Stony Brook Village Shopping Plaza. Here are some suites available for guests,

  • Main House – Staterooms & Signature Suites
  • Cottage – Studio Rooms
  • Cottage – Signature Suites
  • Cottage – Master Suites

Top-Rated Cuisine

Restaurant Mirabelle rules supreme in its exquisite new location, located in the oldest portion of the Inn. Lush banquettes with vibrant cushions, coral-colored walls, wine cabinets designed with wine aficionados in mind, and Chef Guy Reuge’s exceptional food.

Chef Guy Reuge is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the farm-to-table movement. He brought his ‘Fresh-meets-French’ idea to the 3 Village Inns under’ Mirabelle at the Three Village Inns’ and ‘Mirabelle Tavern.’ Every night, Chef Guy Reuge recreates the classics at Mirabelle Tavern, the ideal for sophisticated casual dining.

At the 3 Village Inns, Mirabelle has been rated “Exceptional” by Newsday and a “Don’t Miss” by New York Times.

Mirabelle Restaurant & Tavern

The Mirabelle Restaurant & Tavern here at 3 Village Inns in Stony Brook is laid-back and welcoming. The menu combines French bistro classics alongside American comfort cuisine. You can also celebrate at Mirabelle. Here are the events that take place at Mirabelle Restaurant & Tavern,

  • Easter Grand Buffet
  • Easter Igloos/Easter Egg Hunt
  • The Igloos

The Easter igloo includes the first round of beverages with the purchase of meals, a two-hour special Mirabelle server, and an Easter Egg Hunt. After each group has left, our igloos are cleaned every 2 hours.


This luxury historical inn facing Stony Brook Harbor is a 13-minute stroll from The Long Island Museum of American Art. A modest wood-beamed bar serves a free hot breakfast. Haute cuisine, a farm-to-table restaurant with a garden terrace, is also offered. A complimentary area shuttle is provided upon order at the Inn.

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