Adventure, freedom, tranquility and serenity. That basically sums up what spring time in Montauk is like. The vibe is changing as much as the weather this time of the year and everybody is getting the feeling. That feeling to get outside and start exploring. Hibernation has ended and the time for adventure is now! Perhaps the most beautiful time of the year, spring in Montauk opens up all the possibilities that the town has to offer. The weather is warm, the air is crisp and all over town people are buzzing knowing that shorts & flip flops are about to become the norm. What better way to experience this than with a stay right in the middle of it all here with us.
With even more trains, planes and auto-mobile’s than ever, there’s no reason to stress over how you’ll get here.
All roads lead to the Albatross
We have great spring rates that you can only get in the off-season, along with great specials!
“Pay for two, get the third night free!”
Take advantage of a free night when you book three nights direct with us!
To redeem, call the Albatross directly (631) 668-2729 or Online using “Pay 2, 1 Free” in the booking notes!
“Mid Week/Fishing Special”
Come stay with us Sunday – Friday from November through April for just $329 plus tax!
To redeem, call the Albatross directly (631) 668-2729 or Online using 5NIGHTDEAL in the booking notes!
There is a lot going on from now till Memorial Day, Look what there is to do in the months to come…
Almost all restaurants will be open! Yum!
19th- 7th Annual Montauk Music Festival, Opening party 8pm
20th, 21st, 22nd- Montauk Music Festival-Festival Info
27th, 28th, 29th- Montauk Artists Association Art Show On The Green
28th- Starting of the Montauk Community Church Rummage- Every Saturday 9am-12noon untill Labor Day weekend.
9th- Farmers Market Begins every Thursday 9am-2pm
11th- Mighty Montauk Triathlon
12th-Blessing of the Fleet
Visit the Montauk Point Lighthouse which was built in 1979. The lighthouse was commissioned by George Washington and it is the oldest lighthouse in the state of NY.
Beach It: The ocean is only one block from the Daunt’s Albatross Motel.
Ice Skate: with an ocean view at Gurney’s Resort located off of the old Montauk Highway.
Visit Gosman’s Dock founded in 1943 by Robert and Mary Gosman.
Deep Hollow Ranch: The oldest working ranch in the US. Go Horseback riding!
Camp Hero: Explore what is left of a decommissioned army base with plenty of trails rich in history.
Shadmoor State Park: Trails located on the bluffs at Ditch Planes, a famous surf spot.
Navy Road Park: Located on the sound side of Montauk, Navy Road is a scenic spot to watch the sunset.
Seal Haul Out Trail: A popular trail that leads you to the beach where Harbor Seals enjoy sunbathing.