1. Shou Sugi Ban House
The first comprehensive wellness retreat in the Hamptons is located on three acres of verdant land adjacent to the Parrish Art Museum. The Japanese-inspired sanctuary was created by a former corporate attorney who wanted to “blend global wellness philosophies with state-of-the-art practices” in a tranquil space that “allows for quiet contemplation and introspection.” There are thirteen guest studios, a swimming pool, demonstration kitchen, treatment spa, and fitness center. Meals are designed by Noma co-founder Mads Refslund with the help of a resident nutritionist and feature produce from the on-site organic vegetable and herb gardens. All-inclusive four-, five- and seven-day itineraries are offered for overnight guests; day guests can partake in half- and full-day spa rituals.