150 Main Street
Stony Brook, NY 11790
Phone: 631.751.0555

GALLERY

ROOMS AND SUITES

Our Master and Signature Suites are the ideal getaway retreat for that perfect occasion. In an effort to ensure that our guests enjoy their stay, we offer luxury accommodations, complimentary high speed internet access, breakfast at Mirabelle Tavern and courtesy discounts towards the Stony Brook Village Shopping Center.

 

Main House - Staterooms
$135-$210
Our six cozy staterooms are a mix of traditional and modern furniture and amenities.
Cottage - Studio Rooms
$135-$210
Studio Rooms offer a mix of traditional and modern furniture.
 
Cottage - Master Suites
$250-$399
Our Master Suites have spectacular views of Stony Brook Harbor and all the amenities of our Signature Suites.
Cottage - Signature Suites
$175-$265
Our Signature Suites are the ideal get away retreat for that perfect occasion with all the comforts of home.
 

RATES

Room Type Weekdays* Weekends*
Main House (Front Stairs)
Signature State Suite, 1 King 175 265
Signature State Suite, 1 King 175 265
Stateroom, 1 Queen 135 210
 
Main House (Back Stairs)
Stateroom, 2 Queens 135 210
Stateroom, 1 Queen & Sofa Bed 135 210
 
Strong Cottage
Studio Room, 1 Queen** 135 210
Studio Room, 1 King 135 210
 
Woodhull Cottage
Signature Suite, 2 Queens, Fireplace, View of Harbor 175 265
Master Suite, 1 King Sofa Bed, View of Harbor** 250 399
 
Brewster Cottage
Studio Room, 2 Queens** 135 210
Master Suite, 1 King Sofa Bed, Fireplace, View of Harbor ** 250 399
 
Roe Cottage
Signature Suite, 2 Queens, View of Harbor** 175 265
Signature Suite, 2 Queens** 175 265
 
Tallmadge Cottage
Master Suite, 1 King Sofa Bed, View of Harbor** 250 399
 
Townsend Cottage
Signature Suite, 1 Queen, Fireplace, View of Harbor 175 265
Signature Suite, 2 Queens, View of Harbor 175 265
Signature Suite, 2 Queens** 175 265

*   Based on double occupancy
**  Rooms can accommodate an additional cot

Rates include luxury accommodations, complimentary high speed internet access, and breakfast.
Prices are in US dollars, based on double occupancy and subject to taxes.

ADD-ON FEES

Extra Person - $30.00/night
Extra Bed - $30.00/night
Crib - $20.00/stay

PACKAGES & OFFERS

Personalize your visit. Let us enhance your stay with special touches like champagne & strawberries, wine & cheese, a seasonal flower bouquet or a dozen roses. Please call our concierge for more details.


DINING

Situated in the oldest part of the Inn, Restaurant Mirabelle reigns supreme in its elegant new setting. Lush banquettes with colorful cushions, coral colored walls, a wine cabinet built with care for the wine connoisseurs, and the superb cuisine of Chef Guy Reuge.

Mirabelle Tavern is the epitome of classy casual dining where Chef Guy Reuge reinvents the classics every night.


Restaurant Mirabelle

Executive Chef Guy Reuge's new menu at this French/American mainstay exemplifies the essence of the farm-to-table movement. Ingredients for the daily prix fixe menu are sourced from small local farms and artisan producers.


Mirabelle Tavern

Mirabelle Tavern, with its cozy casual atmosphere, is a combination of American comfort foods and French bistro classics. The Tavern opened in March 2009, with Chef Guy Reuge’s new menu, a mélange of delicious tastes and flavors sure to please the most discerning diners.

EVENTS

TESTIMONIALS

  • My husband and I had stayed here years ago. We loved it then but love it even more now. I got the Getaway Package that included wine & cheese. Delicious! It also included a voucher to Mirabelle. Our dining experience was very good. The food is excellent and so was the staff. We had a few drinks at the bar and enjoyed the live music. The Cottage we were in was updated from the last time stayed. Not every room you stay in has beautiful wood floors and interior decorating done so well. Our Romantic little trip was fun. My husband and I had a great time. Can't wait for another "Getaway"
     
    Posted from Tripadvisor

  • This was a surprise romantic getaway weekend for us. We loved the cottage we stayed at. Check in was a breeze, reception was staff friendly, welcoming and attentive. We dined once in the Tavern and once at the Mirabelle, experienced exquisite service And wonderful food at both. As we both are avid walkers we loved the park and nearby walking opportunities. We will be back next year!
     
    Posted from Tripadvisor

  • First of all, before Ii get into writing how terrific our stay and everything else about Three Village Inn is, I need to set things straight. If you are looking for your Marriott, or your modern hotel, this is not the place for you. What Three Village IS, is a quaint, charming, adorable, old, totallly-full-of-character, delightful place to stay. We stayed here this weekend for a family wedding. This was THE perfect place. The wedding was not a large wedding, nor was it small. It was a nice sized wedding and Three Village Inn handled every need and nuance perfectly. We stayed in the cottages. The cottages reminded me of old timey bungalows in upstate NY. Our room, although not huge was a good size. The bed was extremely comfortable, as was the bathroom. There was sufficient room for all our clothes and belongings. The hot water worked wonderfully. The heat in the room was strong and took the Fall chill out. Every member of our family who stayed in the cottages was extremely happy. We were happy with our rooms and we were even more happy that we were steps away from the wedding reception--which meant nobody had to drive! Now for the reception. We went into the main building for the reception. In the front of the building is the reception area. To the right is a lovely sitting room with a working fireplace and very comfortable furnishings. There is a stairway leading to the rooms. To the left of the reception area is where we had the cocktail hour. To the front of the reception area is a huge bar and a restaurant to the back of that. OK. So we get to the cocktail hour and we had two really nice mature men who served as our bartenders. These guys had their work cut out for them because my side of the family (brides) are Irish. We put new meaning to the words "Cocktail hour" and our glasses were always filled quite happily. The food for the cocktail hour blew all of us away. This was not your usual dried out food. We had a guy serving lamb and pork roast at his station. The meat was cooked perfectly and served with two very flavorful sauces. We also had a wonderful paella, the groom's family, who is latino, raved about the paella, so I knew it really was great. Chock full of huge shrimp and sausage, it did not dissappoint. Penne in a vodka sauce was served (I had to watch my carb intake so I did not have that), and everyone had favorable reviews of it. Then there was this other pasta and sausage dish that was so decadent and rich and delicious, I went off my low-carb, promise and ended up with three servings. In the next room was more seating and a huge assortment of crudites, excellent cheeses and a variety of sausage. In addition to all this, we had servers walking around with seared tuna--of which was the best I've ever had. P.E.R.F.E.C.T. Scallops wrapped in bacon, clams casino, salmon...and oh boy, I can't even remember it all because the food was non-stop. I had to force myself to stop eating so I would have room for dinner. After the hour, we headed into the main reception room for the par-tay!! Thank goodness my family is totally nuts and we danced for four hours. I'm not kidding. We danced all the calories off. In between we sat down to a dinner, that really blew our minds. Get this--our choices were Chateaubriand, Duck breast, Shrimp Risotto. However, the meal began with a mushroom confit sorta thingy wrapped in a puff-pastry envelope. It was great. Next was a caesar salad. It was wonderful to have a flavorful caesar salad instead of the usual wedding salad of iceberg lettuce, hot house tomato, a slice of onion and bad dressing. I had the Chateaubriand and asked for it very rare--and I received it that way. How could you NOT love a place that serves red meat the way it should be served. R.E.D.--not brown. Those who had the duck raved about it and those who had the risotto had the same to say. My fiance had to finish my meal because I was full from the cocktail hour. What a piggy I can be at times. The meat was served withe creamy mashed potatoes and perfectly done haricort vert. Dessert was a chocolate cake--so moist and covered in a whipped cream frosting that was perfect--not too sweet. We also had little cakes, pastries and such that were also wonderful. You know--most of the weddings I've been to have the usual fare--rubbery chicken breast and prime rib that is cooked to shoe-leather quality. It was a joy to go to a reception where some thought and care actually went into the menu. I shoulda knows--the head chef, Guy, is from France and he has a great side-chef and the staff is just wonderful. The people at the reception desk are amiable, and nice and friendly and very accomodating. After the reception most of the family was hanging out at the bar area which had live music. All-in all, I would recommend Three Village Inn, not just for weddings and parties, but for a nice romantic weekend getaway. Port Jeff is such a quaint town and the setting is just lovely. As James Brown would say "Get on the Good Foot"...and Three Village Inn IS on the good foot! Thanks 3VI! You made our familes very happy this weekend!
     
    Jarona

  • My husband and I enjoyed our weekend getaway at Three Village Inn. We stayed in a cottage room which was clean and comfy- the beds had really nice linens. Loved the IPOD docking station! The food at Mirabelle was exquisite and the service lovely. Thank you for a great weekend!
     
    Posted from Tripadvisor

  • My wife and I stayed one night on our wedding anniversary, (wedding was also at Three Village Inn the previous year). We were not able to have dinner at Mirabelle's as it was a Monday and the restaurant was closed, but the Tavern was open. We had some appetizers and drinks for lunch and went out to dinner. We ended our evening at the Tavern and the staff was able to play our wedding song through the sound system of the bar. The wife cried and I looked like husband of the year. On top of that they comped the rest of our drinks for the evening. Bartender was great, got busy during the time that we had the appetizers and she was able to keep our glasses filled and was attentive to all the patrons. The front desk was available and knowledgeable. We stayed in the same room as our wedding night, Room 1 at the top of the stairs. Old world charm. Great place for romantic evening or weekend.
     
    Posted from Tripadvisor

  • I came to Three Village Inn to go on a tour with my daughter at Stony Brook University. As soon as we arrived the employees at the front desk were incredibly welcoming and helpful. They even helped us carry our bags upstairs to our room. We went to dinner downstairs in the Tavern. The food was delicious and the wait staff was very attentive and professional. A shuttle was provided for us to and from the university. After our tour the next day we wanted to see what was around in Stony Brook Village. We loved all of the shops and how historic the town was. Three Village Inn was exactly what we would expect in such a charming town. I am really hoping my daughter chooses Stony Brook University because I want to keep coming back to Three Village Inn.
     
    MaryBeth H.

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