After having closed its doors in November 2019 for an extensive renovation, The Pridwin Hotel & Cottages on Shelter Island, New York, is accepting reservations beginning July 15. The 49-room luxury property, which dates to 1927, will be reopening under the ownership of a collaboration between Cape Resorts, a hospitality investment and management company specializing in adaptive reuse and historical preservation of resort properties, and the Petry family, who has owned and operated the resort since 1961.
Spanning more than 7 acres of Shelter Island’s Crescent Beach and overlooking Shelter Island Sound, The Pridwin offers amenities that include private beach and pool services, a variety of watersports, a full-service spa, a 100-seat American restaurant, bicycles for touring nearby shops and attractions, and a shuttle service to and from Cape Resorts’ Sag Harbor property, Baron’s Cove.
The Pridwin will open with a variety of nostalgic seasonal programming, including campfire singalongs, croquet, drive-in movies, yoga, art classes, local farm experiences, tours with Sylvester Manor Farm, picnic hikes, and more.
“With a timeless look and emphasis on comfort and the joy of simple pleasures, The Pridwin offers guests and families a fun, cheery escape from daily life,” says Curtis Bashaw, managing partner of Cape Resorts.