1770 House Restaurant and Inn
A Brief History: Located at 143 Main Street, this East Hampton home was originally built in 1663 for William Fithian. Its early colonial style gave it a homey feel when it was later converted to an Inn in 1770. Hundreds of people frequented the Inn every year, and during the American Revolution soldiers and Officers stayed here as well. It’s a two-story, six-bedroom home with a grand wooden staircase, antique fireplaces, a cozy library and a charming garden with a fountain. This Inn transports all who stay there back to a different era, reminiscent of a simpler time.
Haunted History: There have been claims of doors slamming shut when no one else is around and you can also here a whispering conversation between men.