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Long Island’s North Fork Hotel

Stay in the Historic Seaside Village of Greenport

The Harborfront Inn is the North Fork’s most luxurious hotel, providing modern, airy accommodations and an array of comfortable amenities in the heart of downtown Greenport. Just steps from the calm waters of the Peconic Bay and within minutes of the area’s best dining, shopping and wineries, our hotel on the North Fork of Long Island boasts rural character and modern conveniences. Enjoy our prime Greenport, NY hotel location overlooking the harbor and adjacent to Mitchell Park and its antique carousel. Our hotel on the North Fork also offers convenient access to restaurants like The North Fork Table, Noah’s, and The Frisky Oyster.

The Harborfront Inn at Greenport
209 Front Street
Greenport, NY 11944
Telephone: (631) 477-0707
Fax: (631) 702-2206

Directions to the Harborfront Inn

By Car:

From New York City and points south and west: Long Island Expressway (I-495) east to Exit 73. Exit 73 becomes County Road 58 East. Follow County Road 58 East as it turns into Route 25 East. Continue on Route 25 East to the Village of Greenport. In the Village, Route 25 becomes Front Street. The Harborfront Inn is located at 209 Front Street.

From the New London/Orient Point Ferry and points north and east: Route 25 West to flashing yellow signal. Left onto Main Street (i.e., continue on Route 25 West, non-truck route.) Follow Route 25 West as it becomes Front Street. The Harborfront Inn is located at 209 Front Street.

By Bus:

The Hampton Jitney offers scheduled daily bus service from New York City to Greenport. Please call (631) 283-4600 or visit www.hamptonjitney.com for arrival and departure times and reservations. The Greenport stop is a short walk (100 yards) from the Harborfront Inn.

By Rail:

The Long Island Rail Road offers daily scheduled rail service from New York City's Penn Station to Greenport. For schedule information, please visit the LIRR's website. The station is a short walk (100 yards) from the Harborfront Inn.