Formerly known as the Homestead, the Windjammer was built by John Elkins circa 1800 and has been a hotel for over 200 years. It was bought by Moses Leavitt in 1802, just before the birth of his fifth of twelve sons. By 1806, a tavern was housed in the hotel as well. Fishermen, beach combers, and local citizens have enjoyed its amenities for centuries. The Homestead remained in the Leavitt family at least until 1892, when it was being run by Jacob Leavitt, Moses Leavitt's grandson. Currently, Richard, Anne and Rick Pouliot are only the sixth owners of the hotel, renovating to maintain quality accommodations as well as the history of the house.
We've been going there for many years. The staff (especially the owner's mom) is awesome and so welcoming. The rooms are very clean and the ocean views are stunning. We look forward to going back every year and we wouldn't stay any where else!
What a beautiful place. Rooms are so clean and personable. Every room is different, and they have a warm homey feeling. It is pet friendly, and my cat so agreed. She says it's purrrrfect.
Best place to stay at Hampton beach run by the most fabulous family you will ever meet. Super clean and lovely rooms that come in various sizes for what ever your needs are. Sometimes I am here solo and other times with family. Great views and a quiet location.
Best hotel in Hampton, right on the beach and lovely people! Plus there is a great pool. I've send a lot of summers here and i wish i can come soon again!
-Additional Person Charge: $10 p/p Day.
-Daily Guest Fee including parking $25.
-Guest Parking Fee: $10
-Pet Cleaning fee to $50/day for the first 3 days or $150/week
Check-In 3 P.M. / Check-Out 11 A.M.
Nightly rates higher on weekends and holidays.