Explore Long Islandís North Fork: Cutchogue Vacation Rentals
Thanks to a microclimate that is reportedly similar to Bordeaux, home of famous French vintages, Long Islandís North Fork has been producing acclaimed wines for decades. Many people choose a vacation rental on the Island to enjoy the food scene that seems to spring up around good wines; others enjoy the centuries-old history of the area. Whether youíre into fishing of fine food, youíll enjoy a stay on the North Fork.
Where: Cutchogue is in the central stretch of Long Islandís North Fork; it borders Mattituck to the south and Peconic to the north. Itís approximately 40 miles from Cutchogue to Long Island Airport in Islip; JFK and La Guardia Airports are approximately 45 miles further west - but watch out for that NYC traffic.
What to Do and See: When it comes to picking a spot to rent your vacation villa, Cutchogue is a triple threat: you can enjoy sea, sand, or history.
Thanks to is location, with Cutchogue Harbor in Little Peconic Bay and part of the town overlooking Great Peconic Bay, the salt sea is never very far away. That makes Cutchogue a popular spot for chartering a boat and fishing.
Itís rich ground has lured residents since at least the 1640s. As proof, visit Cutchogueís Old House, built in that year. Or experience something even older: Fort Corchaug, a 350-year-old log structure Your vacation rental is just the starting point of a great stay.