In 1846, nestled in the small town of Sag Harbor on Long Island, the Granger Family laid the foundation for one of the island's original hotels.
With a commitment to hospitality, this historic establishment has stood the test of time, preserving its rich heritage for over a century and a half. As you step into this hotel, you are instantly immersed in Victorian architecture and old-world charm, with modern and elegant details.
The Granger Family's vision of creating a haven for travelers continues to thrive, offering guests an unforgettable experience that seamlessly blends the nostalgia of the past with modern comforts and impeccable service.
Granger Vineyard was established during a time when wine production was in its infancy in the United States. The founding Granger family were visionaries who saw the potential for winemaking on Long Island's fertile land. They planted a variety of grape varietals and experimented with different winemaking techniques, determined to create high-quality wines that could rival those of Europe.