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What they are saying about us in the Press....


“8 North Fork Bed & Breakfasts with that Something Special…”
“The MacNish family, which runs the B&B is rich in family lore and legend. Earlier generations were avid duck hunters as well as innkeepers, but today they keep chickens and serve guests fresh laid eggs for breakfast. All food is made on the premises and the B&B is next door to Bedell Cellars and within walking distance of 5 other wineries and several farm stands.”
Sylvia Carter
(pictures on this page are from Newsday’s featured on-line article- Photos by Newsday photographer Thomas A. Ferrara.)

“We can only be thankful for the spirit of generosity that has moved the McNish family to share their legacy. Named after the founding member of the family home, Andrew’s Legacy allows guests to share in an extraordinary sense of family history,  experience the  gracious living of times long past, and bask in a warm hospitality born  perhaps in the family’s tradition of hotel ownership. Every piece of furniture, every antique linen, each hand sewn quilt, the reverse painted lamp, the paintings, the photographs, and  all the artifact tell a story and invite deeper curiosity.  The dining room table remains set with antique glassware and even the silverware has a story behind it. This attention to detail and historical truth is present in guest rooms decorated so beautifully and feeling so comfortable you will feel like an honored guest of this venerable family.  Liz McNish possesses all the attributes  of a gracious hostess. She is an extraordinary cook, a charming story teller, and is totally unassuming. Located in the heart of wine country, Andrew’s Legacy represents the spirit of the North Fork.  “
Marguerite Schondebare
North Fork Weddings

“The last time a MacNish was in the hotel business, guests arrived by horse and buggy. Now weekenders and wine lovers can once again enjoy the family’s hospitality.”
Gwendolen Groocock
Suffolk Times

“Complete with three romantic country bedrooms the décor shows what life was like in the early 20th century on the North Fork.”
“Mark will cook up a breakfast fit for a king. Guest can enjoy his homemade breads, jellies and fresh eggs, straight from the chickens in the backyard.”
Melissa Argueta
Yankee Trader


“ Through the flavors of the East End and the history of the family home, guest of Andrew’s Legacy will truly feel like they are “coming back to grandma’s house.” They can sit back, get rid of their stress and pretend they are back when things were not so hard”
Erica Bowers
Traveler Watchman


“Guests are treated to a formal Victorian Breakfast. Handmade quilits and vintage linens warm the three guest rooms”
Chrystal Feidler
Distinctions Magazine

“ A trip to the East End would not be complete without visiting Andrew’s Legacy. Stay at this one-of-a-kind B&B offers visitors personalized attention and is the perfect stop for those who want their Bed & Breakfast experience in an exquisite 20th century home”
Long Island Luxury Living