Hudson Valley Bed & Breakfast Inns

GreenvilleGreenville Arms 1889 Inn  (more information)
11135 State Route 32, PO Box 659, Greenville, NY 12083 (Map)
Phone: 518-966-5219 or 888-665-0044 Fax: (518) 966-8754 Email:stay@greenvillearms.com
Nearest Cities & Towns: Albany, Woodstock, Catskill, Windham, Kingston, Hudson

GR1Inn at Green River  (more information)
9 Nobletown Road, Hillsdale, NY 12529 (Map)
Phone: 518-325-7248 Email: stay@innatgreenriver.com
Nearest Cities & Towns: Hudson, NY (18 miles), Chatham, NY (12 miles), Lenox, MA (18 miles), Great Barrington (10 miles), MA, Stockbridge, MA (17 miles)

Inn at Silver Maple Farm (more information)
1871 State Route 295, East Chatham, New York 12060  (Map
Phone: 518-781-3600  Email: Info@SilverMapleFarm.com
Nearest Cities & Towns: Canaan, New Lebanon, Spencertown, Austerlitz, Pittsfield MA, Lenox MA

JourneyJourney Inn Bed & Breakfast  (more information)
One Sherwood Place, Hyde Park, NY 12538 (Map)
Phone: 845-229-8972 Email: stay@journeyinn.com
Nearest Cities & Towns: Hyde Park, Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck, Red Hook, New Paltz, Kingston

stonegateStonegate Bed & Breakfast  (more information)
34 North Road, Highland, NY 12528 (Map)
Phone: 845-834-3183 Email: hosts@stonegatebb.com
Nearest Cities & Towns: Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Newburgh, New Paltz, Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, Beacon

Dominion HouseThe Dominion House  (more information)
50 Old Dominion Rd., Blooming Grove, NY 10914 (Map)
Phone: 845-496-1826 Email: kathy@thedominionhouse.com
Nearest Cities & Towns: Newburgh-13; New York City-60; Middletown-18; Monroe-9; Suffern-31; Warwick-15

whistlewoodWhistlewood Farm (more information)
52 Pells Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 (map)
Phone: 845-876-6838
Email: maggie@whistlewood.com
Nearest Cities & Towns: Rhinebeck, Red Hook, Kingston, Hudson, Woodstock, Poughkeepsie, Saugerties, Hyde Park

Hudson Valley Lodging Association Rated by several major travel media outlets as one of the most beautiful areas in the world, the Hudson Valley is rich in history, culture, outdoor activities, and sheer natural beauty. Many of the HVLA Bed and Breakfasts are, themselves, historic Inns located in quaint towns just a short distance from NYC – accessible via car, bus, and train. Whether it be the USMA at West Point or Bethel Woods – the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival; the Storm King Arts Center or Olana State Historic Site, home of the Hudson River School of landscape painting; the FDR Library, the Vanderbilt Mansion, or the Culinary Institute of America; the Hudson Valley offers something for everyone. People not only explore the HV but they hike, bike, explore wine and spirits trails, sail, kayak, ski, fish, hunt or simply relax and breathe in the fresh air. It is truly a very special region to visit!

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Processed by: Helicon Filter;Romance, Relax, and Renew at a Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast. The graceful Hudson Valley region, which borders the mighty Hudson River, starting just north of New York harbor, and extending several hours drive north almost to the state capital in Albany,  is celebrated for its scenic beauty, historic homes, charming river towns, delightful cultural attractions, and fascinating history. Reserve your lodging at one of our Hudson Valley country inns, and enjoy the enchanting landscapes of mountains, rivers, rolling vineyards, apple orchards, and peaceful countryside that have, for centuries, inspired artists and authors. This is the home of the Hudson River School of painting and the birthplace of many well-known stories and legends. The gorgeous scenery provides a perfect backdrop for a number of appealing attractions including the Brotherhood Winery in Washingtonville, the American Museum of Fire fighting in Hudson, Yonkers Raceway, and, in Goshen, the Harness Racing Hall of Fame. You can explore historic colonial homesteads and opulent estates established by famous men and women who helped shape our nation. If any one home defines the magic and mystery of the Hudson Valley region, it’s Washington Irving’s Sunnyside in Tarrytown. In 1835, the author, whose Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle have enthralled generations of readers, designed this romantic cottage at the river’s edge. In Sleepy Hollow (formerly North Tarrytown), visit Kykuit, home to three generations of the

dreamstime_xs_22642942Rockefeller family. The house is furnished with antiques and fine art, and the extensive gardens offer panoramic views of the Hudson River. Touring through the gardens, you will discover Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller’s extraordinary collection of 20th century sculptures, which includes works by Picasso. In Hyde Park visit Franklin D. Roosevelt’s ancestral home; the Rose Garden where Franklin and Eleanor are buried; the FDR Library; Eleanor Roosevelt’s home, Valkill (weekends only) and the Beaux Arts Vanderbilt Mansion with its European furnishings and Italian gardens and don’t miss the fascinating homes of famous Hudson River School painters Thomas Cole in Catskill, and Frederic Church in Hudson (Olana).  Across the Hudson River, you’ll find West Point, the United States’ oldest service academy, founded in 1778. This Revolutionary War site, the nation’s oldest continuously manned Army post, offers tours, pageantry, a military museum, and a gift shop. But for the 2.5 million annual visitors, West Point is also a living postcard that dazzles with spectacular views of the Hudson Valley region. Shopping in the region is fabulous, whether you’re hunting for antiques and hidden art treasures or shopping for bargains in Central Valley, one of the world’s largest outlet centers. An ideal tour destination, brand-new Palisades Center in West Nyack, where traditional mall anchors and nontraditional retailers combine with 170 specialty stores—many not found anywhere else—offers great shopping, food, entertainment, and recreation. Unique entertainment and recreation options include an IMAX Theater with a 6-story-high screen, an antique carousel, a 63-foot-high indoor Ferris wheel, and an NHL-size skating rink. The explorer Henry Hudson, the region’s namesake, discovered this area in the 1600s. Today, the innkeepers at ESBBA invite you to discover it as you explore the region’s many exciting offerings, meander through the majestic scenery, and tour historic estates, magnificent castles, and quaint river towns. It’s a magical place. While visiting, let our Hudson Valley inns work their magic with their gracious hospitality.