Ruby’s Cove is the perfect choice for travelers who want to be close to everything that the vibrant and historic seaport village of Greenport has to offer. When you stay at Ruby’s Cove, you’ll be steps away from some of the North Fork’s finest restaurants, featuring waterside dining and cocktails and a variety of menus to suit every palate.
When you’re not busy exploring Greenport’s amazing restaurants, you can browse all of the great retail shops along Front and Main Streets, tour the seaport or railroad museums, visit our many art galleries, take a sailing excursion or rent a paddle board, pamper yourself at a local spa or take a class at one of Greenport’s nearby yoga studios.
You can even take a trip to beautiful Shelter Island, which is just a short ferry ride across the harbor. The best part is that all of these activities are available right outside your door. Please reach out to us with any questions you may have and we’ll be happy to get back to you promptly.
Greenport isn’t exactly undiscovered—its wineries have been successful for years, and it’s a go-to for carless New Yorkers because it’s walkable and close to the train and bus station. With its farm-fresh food and dynamic wines, Long Island’s North Fork is quietly becoming one of the most exciting food destinations—and it’s just two hours from Manhattan.
The North Fork―a collection of 11 small towns on the 30-mile peninsula at the northeastern tip of Long Island
Among the storied riches of New York’s Long Island, the quieter North Fork is a true treasure. With inns, restaurants, and a few dozen wineries tucked into the 30-mile peninsula, this is Hamptons life dialed down a delightful notch.
The North Fork is quickly becoming synonymous with farm-to-table restaurants, nature-focused lifestyle, and high quality, hand crafted beverages. Pristinely nestled between the Long Island Sound and the Peconic Bay, the North Fork is one of the best coastal living regions in the country. The landscape of beaches, vineyards and open skies inspire both local and visiting artists, chefs, farmers and more.
The North Fork is home to several pristine beaches that open to the Long Island Sound, the Atlantic Ocean and the Peconic Bay.
Orient Beach State Park, situated near the tip of the North Fork welcomes visitors to enjoy these beautiful waters. Fishing and water sports are also major industries in this region, and boating is among the most popular recreations for local residents.
The North Fork alone has around 50 different vineyards for visitors to step in for a tasting. The wine region is also very diverse producing wines from chardonnay to merlot, Riesling to rosé.