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If all of the Festive Season is getting a little too much, find yourself a bottle of Elemis’ Relaxing Bath Elixir, run a hot bath and dig out a rather good book. View Post

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I’ve been wanting to try Eve Lom’s Kiss Mix for a while, so now that it comes in a limited edition star, I really couldn’t resist!

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For a couple of years I had been searching for the perfect little gold necklace which I could wear everyday. View Post

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My post on Theodent 300 is a pretty popular post, and I can understand – a $100 toothpaste is a pretty big deal. View Post

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I thought it would be fun to share some photos of where I stay whenever I’m in East Hampton.

Whenever I head east, the only place I stay is the 1770 House – a gorgeous little inn on East Hampton Main Street. It’s a picture perfect place to spend a vacation – white clapboard on the outside, luxurious Italian linens on the inside. Not to mention a tavern¬†plus restaurant.

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I can’t even count how many times I’ve been here – seriously, this place is perfect – some rooms even have working fireplaces.

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This time my mother and I stayed in room 5 thanks to the twin beds – it’s an adorable room which is situated in the side of the building – you have your own front door, up the stairs and you get a bedroom and separate bathroom – perfect.

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It’s beyond cosy.

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Above is Room 6 – it’s a little bigger than 5, and faces onto the garden and terrace.

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The inn has been open since 1770, hence the name (although it was built as a private house sometime in the late 17th c), and it’s rumored that George Washington drank in the tavern. If you’re visiting get the meatloaf downstairs – it’s somewhat famous and ridiculously good. If you’re enjoying dinner upstairs in the restaurant get the New York strip steak – it’s insane!

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