With Hamptons season upon us, it's time to start planning those Wölffer Estate rosé-filled itineraries, and actually begin booking a place to stay. So how does a dreamy compound once owned by Martha Stewart sound? Located in Bridgehampton, the ten-room bungalow which previously served as her daughter's own vacation spread (and was once also owned by Donna Karan) has been turned into the summer hotel of your wildest East End dreams, and is appropriately called A Room at the Beach.

Created by couple Lucy Swift Weber and Charles Lemonides, who cite Marrakech and "a family home in Ireland" as their inspiration, the 1.5-acre property boasts an outdoor pool and sauna, on-site yoga, aromatherapy, massages, and even Serena & Lily bikes that allow you to cycle through the epic redwood trees, planted by Martha herself, or simply head to the beach.

And get this: Frette Linens and Robes, Serena & Lily accessories, full-sized Malin & Goetz toiletries, and personal Nespresso Makers are just some of the luxurious amenities you can enjoy during your stay.

Click through to see photos of the Hamptons' newest inn, and you'll definitely want to book a room of your own.

[Photos via A Room at the Beach]