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Private room · Hauppauge
My Happy Place
Private entrance to your own bedroom and bathroom. Very well equipped with everything you need for a relaxing and comfortable stay. Beautiful upscale neighborhood, tucked away quiet dead end street. Parks for hiking, great restaurants and shopping all nearby. Perfect for a weekend getaway or for business travelers. See a pretty horse and some hens too. Luxury Country feel right in mid of Long Island.
Dec 15 – 22
$102 per night
Superhost
Home · Ronkonkoma
Convenient home in Ronkonkoma
Charming cape that is completely private. This is not an apartment within a house. The entire home and yard are yours to enjoy with complete privacy. Conveniently located 6 blocks from LIRR Ronkonkoma Station, 2 miles from Islip MacArthur Airport, and 1 mile from Long Island Expressway. We have hosted a variety of guests and all have enjoyed their stay. Some of our previous guests include; -Parents visiting children in area colleges -Business travelers -Vacationers -Out of town and visiting
Dec 22 – 29
$105 per night
Superhost
Private room · Islip
Sunny Room near Main Street & Close to Beaches
This is a cozy & sunny room perfect for any type of traveler! My guests vary from business travelers to people looking to enjoy a weekend on Long Island. Main Street is around the corner and there you'll find a Starbucks, homemade Ice Cream shop, and quality restaurants. Public tennis courts are around the block. Just a short walk to the LIRR train station that goes to Manhattan, the Fire Island ferry – or out east to the Hamptons & Montauk. We're a short drive to local beaches and marinas!
Nov 3 – 10
$55 per night
Superhost

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Long Island vacation rentals

Guesthouse · Patchogue
Charming Patchogue Cottage!!!
Dec 30 – Jan 6
$97 per night
Private room · Miller Place
Elegant "2-Bedroom" En-Suite + Private Entry
Jun 16 – 23
$53 per night
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Apartment · Bay Shore
Entire Apartment W/ Private Entrance
Dec 15 – 22
$90 per night
Superhost
Apartment · Centereach
[Spacious]-Modern Style Complex
Dec 4 – 11
$81 per night
Apartment · Brentwood
Eco-friendly studio with Private entrance
Feb 15 – 22
$90 per night
Apartment · Amityville
Lovely 1-Bedroom Apt With King Bed, 50” Tv.
Apr 26 – May 3
$86 per night
Private room · Queens
Private and spacious room in Astoria
Sep 13 – 20
$55 per night
Private room · Central Islip
Delightful Home in a Quiet Central Islip Residence
Dec 22 – 29
$51 per night
Apartment · Rocky Point
North shore Guest Room.
Dec 2 – 9
$78 per night
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Private room · Hicksville
Private Cozy Bedroom on the 2nd Floor
Dec 15 – 22
$59 per night
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Private room · Amityville
PRIVATE ROOM-LONGTERM STAYS WELCOMED-Rm4
Dec 19 – 26
$49 per night
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Private room · Brentwood
Lovely 1 Bedroom Private Studio
Feb 17 – 24
$77 per night
Superhost

Your guide to Long Island

Welcome to Long Island

To the east of New York City, Long Island stretches from just past John F. Kennedy International Airport all the way to Montauk, and has a personality all of its own. At its heart, it’s a comfortable suburb so many New Yorkers call home, but it’s just as vibrant of a destination, especially thanks to its 118 miles of white-sand coastline with 150 beaches on both sides. It also has its own wineries and breweries, more than 60 golf courses, art and science museums, historic landmarks, and the fanciest of mansions along its Gold Coast. And with fresh seafood and farms of every kind, the food scene is just as thrilling.


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

The warmest months in Long Island are from May to September, and the coldest are between December and February. While it does snow during the winter months, it tends to be less than the rest of the state — usually just a few snowstorms a year, and most times, it’s less than an inch. Annual events include the oldest Triple Crown race, the Belmont Stakes, in Elmont in June; the Tomato Festival in Mattituck in August; the Long Island Summer Festival at Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove in July; and the Festival of Trees at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City during the holidays.


What are the top things to do in Long Island?

Fire Island

No cars are allowed on this 32-mile-long barrier island along the Atlantic coast, inherently making it an idyllic beach destination where the pace of life slows down. Along with its 17 separate communities is the 40-acre maritime Sunken Forest and 168-foot-tall Fire Island Lighthouse — the tallest on Long Island.

Gold Coast Mansions

All that glitters just might be gold here. On the northern side of Long Island from Port Washington to Centerport, the coastline is dotted with mansions so extravagant that they’ve inspired literature. Highlights include the Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium in Centerport.

Montauk Point State Park

At the far eastern point of the South Fork, the waters of the Atlantic Ocean meet the strait of the Block Island Sound, causing a phenomenon where the tides seem to race against one another. Take a hike along the shore and you might also see seals out on the rocks, or grab a board and surf the waves (surf fishing is also popular here). For a higher perspective, stop by the state’s oldest lighthouse, Montauk Lighthouse, right next door.

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