Classically ModernThe Montauk Lake Club has a unique selection of guest rooms and suites, many with lake views, fireplace, shared balcony, and all with the comforts you deserve. Only members and their guests have access to our guest rooms. When sponsored by a member, overnight guests enjoy all of the pleasures and privileges our private club has to offer. Each of our elegantly appointed overnight rooms are designed to accommodate the business and leisure traveler. From the moment you arrive, it is our goal to provide you with personal service of the highest standard. Located in our round lounge is a selection of reading material such as Hamptons Magazine, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Furthermore, we believe that what you put on your body should be just as pure as what you put into it. You’ll find organic cotton bathrobes, plush towels and linens in every room and Shea Butter toiletries by L’Occitane in all of our bathrooms. This luxurious brand blends a high concentration of organic Shea Butter (20%) with honey, almond extracts and coconut oil, quickly sinks into skin, and helps to nourish, protect and soften hands. The Shea range is emblematic of the commitments of the brand. Revel in luxurious comfort, incredible food, and unparalleled amenities.
Guest Rooms PolicyNo pets allowed.
Cancellation PolicyCancellations and changes permitted up to 14 days prior to arrival date.
All guest rooms are equipped with:
- L’Occitane Shea Butter Toiletries
- Montauk Lake Club Organic Cotton Robes
- Iron + Ironing Board
- LAFCO Beach House Diffusers
- All-Natural Wooden Hangers
- Cocktail Ice Buckets
- Wine Carafe + glasses
- Wall Mounted Safe
- Room Service
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Hair Dryers
Complimentary Breakfast Complimentary continental breakfast served daily to all registered room guests. Enjoy your choice of locally made pastries, fresh fruit, cereals, coffee, tea, and fresh juices from our restaurant located on the property. Complimentary hot breakfast available to all registered room guests on Saturdays and Sundays during July & August.
Main House – 1 King Bed – Shared Balcony – Fireplace
Mary Harrington Gosman Room
Mary Ellen Harrington Gosman, born in County Roscommon, Ireland, Gosman arrived in New York at 17 aboard the Celtic Star liner. She worked in New Jersey before coming to stay with relatives in East Hampton, where she met Robert Gosman, a native of Amagansett. They married in 1932 and moved to Montauk in 1958 where they bought a small complex that would become their first proper restaurant. In 1968 they expanded the clam shack to include three dining rooms and an inside bar that now comprise the Iconic Montauk Eatery, “Gosman’s Dock.”