Hurley, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Hurley

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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBrand new apartment! Each bedroom has Queen size bed and an attached full bathroom. Located in a rural setting with a 26 acre private lake. The space is located in Rosendale between Kingston, New Paltz, and High Falls. Guest AccessApartment has direct access to Wallkill Valley Rail Trail. A Rail Trail that can take you to the town of Rosendale, New Paltz, and beyond! Lake side fishing available on site. In town you can find the Bike Shop, Grocery Store, Theater, and a variety of restaurants/ eateries. Interaction with GuestsWe will greet guests at the beginning of their stay. We are more than happy to help our guests find the local attractions that make our area unique. The NeighborhoodIt provides a quiet rural location surrounded by nature but is only minutes away from town. Getting AroundThe Trailways Bus can take you from NYC or Albany into the town of Rosendale. Other Things to NoteRosendale is known for: The Rosendale Trestle is a pedestrian bridge that links the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail over the Rondout Creek. It provides beautiful views overlooking the town of Rosendale. The town is know for a variety of festivals that take place throughout the year. The Rosendale Street Festival the largest of them. Every fall Rosendale Hosts the International Pickle Festival with vendors from all over the world. Close driving distance to a number of Nature Preserves. The Ashokan reservoir, Mohonk Preserve, and Minnewaska State Park.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceTwo-bedroom, two-bath Adirondack-style stone cottage built in 1936. House is fully available. I will not be there. Can comfortably sleep four and is ideal for a couple. On a dead-end country road. Upstairs is a steep climb, so not for anyone physically challenged. Full, renovated kitchen with wonderful carpenter's bench island. Great fireplace in main room. Main bathroom has onyx shower; upstairs bathroom has tin tub. Charming enclosed porch has woodstove and can be used in winter. TVs in living room and main bedroom. 10 minutes to Woodstock and 5 minutes Kingston. Half an hour to skiing and plenty of hiking. Tenant in nearby cottage shovels driveway during winter. Available during weekdays as well as weekends. No cleaning fee if it's left in reasonable shape. All linens and full kitchen supplies included. Wireless available. *If more people stay than is initially booked, maximum being 4, there will be an additional charge of $50 per night. Guest AccessInternet. TV, DVD, music system. Firewood. Interaction with GuestsNot personally, just by email and telephone.
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    The SpaceQuiet comfort and easy access make this lodging choice preferred. Guest AccessIn addition to your room and half bath, you would have access to the main, full bath whenever needed as well as the kitchen and living room. Please note: we do have a pool but it is a small above ground pool. Interaction with GuestsWe do our best to stay out of your way while you are here though we are happy to answer any questions you might have and are available when needed. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is quiet and friendly. The neighborhood streets are great for walking as the vehicle traffic is minimal. Getting AroundOur house is only 1.9 miles from the Kingston, NY Trailways bus station. You can access the world from here! Other Things to NoteWe have stayed at airbnb places across the country and every one of our experiences has been safe and positive. Because of this fact, we now are willing to offer our guest room to you.
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    Good
    36 reviews
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    The SpaceUnique property located between the Catskills and Esopus Creek, overlooking the Hurley flats. Breathtaking views! Go for a walk around on the rail trail, a hike ride along the mountains, or visit the nearby waterfall. The home is a charming cape cod built in 1940. Room provides queen size bed and private bath next door, and ample storage space. We sometimes have our friendly hypoallergenic labradoodle with us. Guest AccessGuests will have their own bedroom and bath, on a separate floor. The living, dining areas, and kitchen are common. We ask that guests let us know if they intend to use the kitchen. There is a shared entrance. There is wireless internet access. If interested in bringing additional guests, a room is available with a queen bedroom for an additional charge. Interaction with GuestsWe will give you advice whenever needed. We are easy-going and laid back, and will happily give you your privacy. The NeighborhoodBrinks Lane is conveniently located 3 minutes from historic Hurley and on an organic field. Getting AroundYou must have a car to get around.
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    The SpaceThis house has a unique spirit, which seems to bring people of all kinds of backgrounds and interests together. The earliest still-existing parts of the house date from around 1710, and we renovated it extensively in 2008-10 for our B&B. In 2012 we were honored to be listed by Frommer's as one of the 9 best B&Bs/inns in New York State. On one side of the house we have been able to leave many original features e.g. the 1750s second summer kitchen with its beehive oven and cauldron that swings out, and there are wide plank floors, exposed beams and lime washed stone walls. Your private room is upstairs, with a large private bathroom just a couple of steps down the hall - bathrobes are provided. It sleeps two comfortably, and has a table and two chairs, an armoire, and two night tables as well as the queen bed. Guest AccessGuests have access to a large front room with comfortable seating, books and games, as well as a meditation room, porch and gardens, which go down to the creek. These areas are shared with any other guests that might be at our B&B. Coffee and tea, and a fridge for your use, are available whenever you need them, on a table in the entrance hall. There's also lots of tourist information in the front room. You will be asked when you'd like to have breakfast, and this is usually 3 courses including homemade granola, homemade bread, maybe an egg based dish, and usually a fruit based dish. We also cater to individual dietary needs if you tell us beforehand about allergies etc. Interaction with GuestsWe live in our own separate apartment within this house. We love to talk to you if you want to talk, and there's lots to show you about the house and the area if you're interested. It's also easy to just keep to yourselves and have a quiet time. Your key allows you to come and go as you please. The NeighborhoodWe love this area! We enjoy being quiet and rural without being isolated, as we're only 10 minutes from uptown Kingston, 20 minutes from Rhinebeck and Woodstock, and 30 minutes from New Paltz. We're in the beautiful Esopus Valley, nestled between the Shawangunk Ridge to the south and the Catskills to the north. We're also very close to all the grand houses along the Hudson. And we're just 1 mile down the road from the quaint Historic Landmark of Hurley, with its concentration of 1700s Dutch stone houses. Getting AroundMost people who stay have or hire a car - we provide parking. Trailways buses go from Port Authority to uptown Kingston, a short 10 minute taxi ride to us. Amtrak out of Penn Station takes you to Rhinecliff, which is a 20 minute taxi ride across the Hudson. Metro North from Grand Central takes you to Poughkeepsie, a 45 minute drive, OR you can join those that have cycled from there along the Walkway over the Hudson and rail trails that take you almost all the way here! It's also easy to hire bicycles when you get here - there's a rail trail you can use just yards from our house that goes to High Falls, and from there you can explore the Mohonk Preserve. Other Things to NoteCheck-in is usually from 3pm onwards, and check-out is noon.
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    112br 2-star Hotel
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    Whether visiting the Kingston area for business or pleasure the Superlodge Hotel is the perfect location for your stay.
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    5br Bed & Breakfast
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    Situated in Hurley, this bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of Forsyth Park, Volunteer Fireman's Hall and Museum of Kingston, and Old Dutch Church. Senate House State Historic Site and Ulster Performing Arts Center are also within 9 mi (15 km).
    Hotel
    Poor
    90 reviews
    124br 3-star Hotel
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    Situated in Kingston, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Senate House State Historic Site, Forsyth Park, and Volunteer Fireman's Hall and Museum of Kingston. Old Dutch Church and Ulster Performing Arts Center are also within 3 mi (5 km).
    Hotel
    Poor
    18 reviews
    60br 2-star Hotel
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    Located in the heart of Kingston, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Senate House State Historic Site, Forsyth Park, and Volunteer Fireman's Hall and Museum of Kingston. Old Dutch Church and Ulster Performing Arts Center are also within 3 mi (5 km).
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceDeWitt Lodge sits on a ridge amidst 4 acres of woods just outside Hurley, NY. The house is newly-renovated and has a mixture of modern and antique furnishings, great colors and interesting curios. Just two hours from Manhattan, it is an ideal base to discover the beauty of the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains. The area features beautiful scenery, many outdoor activities including hiking and biking, rock climbing, sailing, swimming holes and tubing. Museums, art galleries, historic homes and great restaurants are all within easy reach by car. We are less than 10 minutes from Kingston with its vibrant restaurants and arts scene; Rosendale, High Falls and Stone Ridge are 10 minutes away; New Paltz, Mohonk, Woodstock and Rhinebeck are 20 minutes away and the Shawangunks and Hyde Park are only 25 minutes away. We are also only 25 minutes from skiing at Belleayre Mountain. Kingston's latest attraction is "Smorgasburg" - a Saturday market running until the end of October and well worth a visit! The house has one private bedroom with a queen size bed and direct access to the bathroom. There is also a reading/sleeping loft above the living room with a full size bed, accessed by a steep staircase. Its a fun space! The master bedroom has a wood burning stove, private porch and bluestone patio. There is a large living area with a sofa, TV and DVD player, a turntable with a great selection of old vinyl, and some great speakers and room to dance. There is a dining area with a table for 4, a fully-equipped small and funky kitchen with its own breakfast porch, and a bathroom with a tub and shower. There is plenty of outdoor space with a table and seating as well as a gas grill. No landscaped gardens here...the deer eat everything I plant! Guest AccessEntire home - bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen with breakfast porch, reading loft, patio and all outdoor areas. Interaction with GuestsNo interaction during guests' stay. We will be available by phone/e-mail for any questions and concerns but will not be on the property during your stay. The NeighborhoodThe house is set back from a country road by a 100 ft. driveway in a rural neighborhood of small houses outside the historic village of Hurley with its beautiful old stone houses. It has a very woodsy cabin feel to it and is not really overlooked by any other homes; it feels quite private without being isolated. The woods are raw and inhabited by many Deer, and the occasional Bear. The Thruway is about 1/4 of a mile from the house but cannot be seen. Getting AroundA car is needed as there is no local public transportation nearby. There are local taxi services available if visitors were to arrive by bus in Kingston.
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    The Stone House Bed & Breakfast at the Cornelis Kool House, Hurley NY, is an early 18th century Hudson Valley Dutch estate, with architectural features dating back to the original Dutch settlement of the New Netherland. It is possibly the oldest house in New York State that you can actually stay in, dating from circa 1700. We are nestled in the peaceful countryside of the Esopus valley, by the historic village of Hurley, a National Historic Landmark. We are perfectly situated to explore both sides of the Hudson River, the Shawangunks or the Catskills. Both the popular tourist destinations of Woodstock and Rhinebeck are just a short drive away.
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    Good
    22 reviews
    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceTucked away in the Rondout Valley, this cozy little getaway on the Esopus Creek can be your home away from home. We fully renovated it in 2014 and are excited to share our country home with you. There are lots of magical surprises on this property! Guest AccessWith key code access given at check in, the entire property is accessible to guests (except storage areas including attic, basement and garage). Entire 2/1 house and 2 acre property which includes working fireplace, Restoration Hardware leather couch for relaxing, modern chef's kitchen, two outdoor patios, creek access, game room / speakeasy, fire pits, tire swing, etc. Interaction with GuestsWe only interact via Airbnb messaging at check in and check out unless there are questions or concerns during stay. The NeighborhoodNestled in the Catskill Mountain Rondout Valley, the Hurley House is tucked away on the Esopus Creek in the historic Town of Hurley and surrounded by corn fields and heritage agricultural and Catskill Mountain views. With easy access from I-87 NY Thruway, it's an incredibly convenient 2 hour drive to New York City, yet close to Hunter Mountain skiing (30 miles of picturesque driving away), Catskill and Ashokan Reservoir hiking and biking, and of course it's also within a 10 minute drive to towns full of character like High Falls, Woodstock and Kingston. The house is remote enough to feel like a getaway but close enough to amenities to be convenient for trips to grocery stores, eateries, etc. There is much to explore in the immediate area, but of course it's just as tempting to hang out by the house all day and cook, BBQ, or sit by the fire. Getting AroundYou can take the NY Trailways bus from NY Port Authority to Kingston and we are a 10 minute cab ride away. Call Kingston Cab or let us know and we can book for you. Other Things to NoteSince this our home with many personal touches, we make sure our guests will take excellent care of the property. We will not be local during guests' stay, but we have local friends who can provide assistance if necessary. We reserve the right to thoroughly screen our guests.
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    1br lodge
      DeWitt Lodge sits on a ridge amidst 4 acres of woods just outside Hurley, NY. The house is newly-renovated and has a mixture of modern and antique furnishings, great colors and interesting curios. Just two hours from Manhattan, it is an ideal base to discover the beauty of the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains. The area features beautiful scenery, many outdoor activities including hiking and biking, rock climbing, sailing, swimming holes and tubing. Museums, art galleries, historic homes and great restaurants are all within easy reach by car. We are less than 10 minutes from Kingston with its vibrant restaurants and arts scene; Rosendale, High Falls and Stone Ridge are 10 minutes away; New Paltz, Mohonk, Woodstock and Rhinebeck are 20 minutes away and the Shawangunks and Hyde Park are only 25 minutes away. We are also only 25 minutes from skiing at Belleayre Mountain. The house has one bedroom with a queen size bed and direct access to the bathroom. There is also a reading/sleeping loft with a full size bed, accessed by a very steep, narrow staircase, not really suitable for children. The master bedroom has a wood burning stove, private porch and bluestone patio. There is a large living area with a sofa, TV and DVD player, a turntable with a great selection of old vinyl, and some great speakers and room to dance. There is a dining area with a table for 4, a fully-equipped small and funky kitchen with its own breakfast porch, and a bathroom with a tub and shower. There is plenty of outdoor space with a table and seating as well as a gas grill. No landscaped gardens here...the deer eat everything I plant! The house is set back from a country road by a 100 ft. driveway in a rural neighborhood of small houses outside the historic village of Hurley with its beautiful old stone houses. It has a very woodsy cabin feel to it and is not really overlooked by any other homes; it feels quite private without being isolated. The woods are raw and inhabited by both Deer and Bear. The Thruway is about 1/4 of a mile from the house but cannot be seen. The house is set back from a country road by a 100 ft. driveway in a rural neighborhood of small houses outside the historic village of Hurley with its beautiful old stone houses. It has a very woodsy cabin feel to it and is not really overlooked by any other homes; it feels quite private without being isolated. The woods are raw and inhabited by both Deer and Bear. The Thruway is about 1/4 of a mile from the house but cannot be seen.
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      Excellent
      25 reviews
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      The Space"Blandina's Hideaway Villa" is centrally located along a winding country road, nestled between Kingston, Rosendale, and Hurley; close to all things fabulous in the beautiful and historic Hudson Valley. It's a charming one bedroom villa with private bath, a small kitchenette, cable and wifi,and complete with free range chickens and farm fresh eggs. Gourmet Breakfast or Brunch is available for an extra charge, as well as dinner. Please ask about meals in advance. HISTORY: Blandina's Hideaway Villa was named after Blandina DuBois DeWitt who was born in 1731 and died on November 4, 1765 at the age of 34. She was said to be a beautiful, young, well educated, and popular French girl who lived "up the hill" and caught the eye of "Charlie" DeWitt who lived "down the hill." Using his little brother as a chaperone, Charles courted her during the non-growing season with activities like sleigh riding. Eventually, Charles asked for her hand in marriage. Blandina married Charles of "Greenkill" and bore him five children. It is believed she passed away during the birth of her sixth child, whom also didn't survive. Charles' claim to fame was impressive. He was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War, had served as a delegate to the Continental Congress, and was a well-respected politician and businessman, but he was best known as the BEST flour miller of his time. His flour mill was an critical part of feeding General Washington's Continental Army. History tells the story that Martha Washington only used flour milled from the DeWitt Mill. She said, "It was the finest flour in all the land." As the DeWitt Mill was located "down the hill" and Blandina DuBois lived just "up the hill," history leads us to believe that Blandina lived on the land of my villa. Therefore, I've named my garden "Farine Jardin de Blandine", French for Blandina's -Flour- Garden and the villa is honored to be known as Blandina's Hideaway. And, Blandina's grave is located in The Old Hurley Cemetery just 10 minutes from the villa. There's a poem etched on the grave of Blandina (DuBois) DeWitt. It's worn and covered in lichen. It's said to be written for her by her children some 201 years ago. I left no stone unturned in researching Blandina and found the only person still living who knew what the poem says. Now that I have gained this information, I will share it with all of you. Enjoy! "Thou the Dread Gulph hast past whilst o'er thy urn Five Children Deer, and Husband lov'd do mourn From Fondest Love cut off in prime of life we mourn The Mother fond and Dearest Wife Hence Ne'er to see thy Lovely face Again until we inter on Zion's Blissful plain." Guest AccessYou will have your own area, separate from my living space. Blandina;s Villa has a private entrance and Private Bath. You are welcome to use the fire pit area and walk the grounds of the house. Feel free to picnic in the yard. I have provided an outdoor table with umbrella and chair set for your use as well. Interaction with GuestsI'll be available for all your needs while you stay at the Villa if you should need assistance with anything please just ask. The NeighborhoodWe live in a quiet neighborhood on a private setting. We are just steps away from the Wallkill Rail Trail, so bring your mountain bikes or your hiking boots and enjoy miles and miles of endless trails to explore. Check out the caves in Rosendale, about a 30 minute hike from the house. The Rail Trail is pet friendly, (Leashed animals only) and please clean up after your dog's waste as to keep the trail nice for everyone. Getting AroundCar: Recommended "Blandina's Hideaway Villa" is the perfect little place for two people to get away from it all. Our Villa is nestled just off of a winding country road in the heart of the beautiful and picturesque Hudson River Valley. We are half way between Kingston and Rosendale. Historic Uptown Kingston features the Stockade area which was preserved from the British burning in 1777. The Senate House housed New York State's first capital and is located 10 minutes from the villa. There's lots to see and do in uptown, including a fabulous Farmer's Market every Saturday morning. Historic places like the Old Dutch Church, Bogardus Tavern, and the four corners of the oldest buildings in Kingston. Nearby Hurley boasts a main street of houses from the 1700's, the historic cemetary where Blandina lies, and their Stone House Day and Corn Festival in July is a very popular event. The Kingston waterfront on the Rondout Creek is known as "The Strand," is also located 10 minutes away in Kingston's downtown area. The waterfront is home to the Clearwater, the environmental sailing sloop made famous by folksinger Pete Seeger and to the large tour boat Rip Van Winkle and the more intimate boat, the Teal. All depart from the docks at the Kingston Maritime Center, just down the street from the Trolley Museum and the boat building school. For personal water recreation, bring your own kayaks (or rent some) and paddle up the Creek, head out toward the river, or put in at Kingston Point Beach. From there, one can kayak to Rhinecliff and Tivoli on the east side of the Hudson.There are several fabulous restaurants and lots of fun nightlife in the downtown area. Bring your mountain bikes as we are only a half a mile from The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail where you can ride your bike all the way to New Paltz, and soon, to Highland and the Walkway Over the Hudson , and over to the Dutchess Rail Trail. Just a few miles into the trip, you'll cross Rosendale's newly renovated (railroad) trestle bridge hundreds of feet above the Rondout Creek. There, you can stop off in Rosendale at some of the funky venues or continue on to New Paltz for a cold drink or a bite to eat. Not a biker? If you prefer, you can take a nice walk or a run/jog on the rail trail, but note: There are NO motorized vehicles allowed on the rail trail. Rosendale was made famous 100 years ago by J.J.Roebling's Rosendale Cement Company. The strongest cement in the world was used to construct, among many things, the Brooklyn Bridge. Rosendale's bohemian atmosphere has much to offer as there are a few cute cafes, a fabulous cheese shop, art studios, restaurants, bars, sushi, pizza, an old movie theater, and more. The villa is located perfectly! Its close to everything wonderful! Our area is so well known for its natural beauty. Be sure to bring your camera as you'll want to capture all that our area has to offer. Mohonk Mountain House, Mohonk Preserve and Minnewaska State Park, are some of the areas most beautiful hiking/ biking/ climbing/ walking areas. These places are all located ridges of the Shawangunk Mountains; "The Gunks." You can reach all these places within a half hour of the villa. New Paltz is a happening fun college town with a Starbucks and lots of great shops, restaurants and pubs. It's a short trip to the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge over the Hudson River. There, you'll find another beautiful area to explore. Rhinebeck offers a wide array of upscale shopping, eclectic dining, and features the oldest Inn in the world, The Beekman Arms. There are specialty stores, like my favorite, The Grand Cru Beer and Cheese Shop. If you travel a little further south on the historic Old Post Road (Rt.9), you'll find Hyde Park, NY. It is the Presidential home of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, the Culinary Institute of America, and the Gilded Age mansions of Cornelius Vanderbilt and Ogden Mills. The Presidential Library and Museum is a must see! If you are a skier or rider, I recommend taking a trip to Hunter Mountain, known for its world class snowmaking, located about 45 minutes away, or to Belleayre Mountain. In June, Hunter is home to Mountain Jam and there are several other festivals,such as Tap NY and the German Alps. If you're looking for high adventure, Hunter Mountain has the world's longest and highest Zip-line. Hiking trails and camping sites are numerous in the Catskills, including North Lake, Kaaterskill Falls, and Platte Clove. Tannersville is a great little mountain top town with some shopping and a few restaurants and bars. If antiquing is your thing, you'll want to take the 20 minute drive north to Saugerties, home of Jimmy Fallon. It is home to many antique shops, HITS (Horse Shows in the Sun), Krausse's Chocolates, Diamond Mills Hotel, and the Saugerties Light House. Last, but not least, Woodstock, NY. It's a 25 minute drive from the villa and it's home to musicians, artists, and a few left over hippies. Levon Helm's Barn, home of the Mid-Night Ramble ROCKS on weekends!! Other Things to Note"Blandina's Hidaway Villa" is a real live "chicken farm" Not the kind you eat, here at Blandina's all the chickens have names, they are all pets and from time to time they have even wandered into my house. Currently we have nine chickens outside in "The Zen House" and with the arrival of Spring we now have 9 - 2 week old babies that I am hand raising inside with a little help from a heat lamp. They are so stinking cute! When they are big enough they will be moved outside to the chicken condo in the back yard. We raise happy chickens here at Blandina's Hideaway! I welcome my guests to help take part in the daily chores if they want to. You could feed, water, or give them a few treats... if you feel like getting dirty I'll even let you help me clean the coop. Or, if you prefer to have nothing to do with the flock you can simply sit back and enjoy your time here at Blandina's. Your sense of adventure is totally up to you! I look forward to your stay and if there's anything that I can do to make your stay more enjoyable just let me know. If you would like to know more about our B&B offering of Gourmet Brunch, complete with Mimosa's, Lobster Florentine Farm Fresh Eggs Benedict, or 3-egg Omelets with home fries, fresh fruit and all the fixins, please inquire ahead of time so we can plan and discuss the cost and any food allergies that you might have. Here are some menu choices: "The Big Easy " ~ Farm Fresh One, Two or Three Egg Sandwiches on Turkish Bread with Melted Cheese and a side of fresh fruit... $12.~ per person "The Yummy O" ~ A Three Farm Fresh Egg Omelet, packed with sautéed yummy veggies and fabulous cheese with your choice of Home fries or a side salad, served with a side of fresh fruit... $ 17.~ per person "The Blandina" ~ Eggs Benedict, "Blandina style". Poached Farm Fresh Eggs on top of Toasted Multi Grain English Muffins with sauteed spinach, white truffle oil and Poached Lobster, served with Hollandaise sauce over top, Home Fries and Fresh Fruit... $30.~ per person Last But Not Least, "The European" ~ European Style Breakfast includes, Assorted Cheeses, Fresh Baked Goods, Crackers, Fig Jam, Almonds, Olives, Artichoke Hearts, Roasted Red Peppers and Grapes....$20.~ per person ***As always, Coffee / Tea and Orange Juice is NO CHARGE!!! ***ADD $25.00 per bottle for Mimosa's / or / $7.00 per Mimosa *** Keep in mind: If you choose to add on the Breakfast/ Brunch option I’ll need 24 hours notice of your choice/choices. All food is prepared on premises, everything is fresh and made with love, I only use fresh farm ingredients and try to create and share a true Hudson Valley Farm to Table experience for you. Thank you in advance, I look forward to your stay. Thanks in advance, and I hope to see you soon. ~ TAKE NOTE: I have 2 big friendly dogs and a grumpy (indoor) cat, and let's not forget the chickens. We are a free range chicken zone...although, none of my animals will be in your space during your stay you may encounter them while outside, and if you have allergies to pets, take note: Cats and dogs live here. The Villa sleeps 2 person/s. The beds can be configured either as two twins or they can be "kissed together" to make one large king. The Villa is set up studio style so it's one big cozy room with a private bathroom. Please feel free to let me know what I can do to make your stay in the Hudson Valley the best ever! ~ Jean
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      Excellent
      9 reviews
      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceEasy living. Two 'bedrooms' of equal size, each with two windows, two exposures. The N flat has one bedroom with a full size bed and the other has a twin. The S flat has one full size bed and the second bedroom is a study. Clean, well designed spaces created with friends and family visits in mind. Big open living room / kitchen with stone counter & stools. Perfect to make a meal, or just hang out. Caveats: Sorry, NO CHILDREN / NO PETS. We love children and animals, but unfortunately, our Frenchie, while incredibly adorable and sweet ++, is now 8 and has gotten grumpy towards other dogs. Guest AccessGuests are encouraged to enjoy walking stream side and the property beyond. Take a hike up the logging trail and discover the upper tiers. Certain seasons provide great views of the farm land below and as far reaching as the Mohonk Mountain Tower Biking Hurley Mountain Road farm side is also amazing!!! Interaction with GuestsWe like to greet our guests upon arrival, and afterwards leave them to enjoy themselves and their privacy. We do have two French Bulldogs that roam the land, so there are inevitable crossing of paths, but most delight in those moments. Be forewarned - we are dog lovers!! The NeighborhoodLove love our special and unique piece of heaven. The 1723 main stone house, the early 20th century barn and the incredible guest house. Not to mention the stream which runs along the lower shank and the other 20 acres. And there is the beautiful cross over of light and mix of views. Getting AroundIdeally you'd arrive by car for ease of getting around and exploring, however, one can take a Trailways Bus to Kingston and take a cab the 3 mile ride to the house and hunker down. Other Things to NoteWe invite you to contact us regarding any specific questions you may have before committing to renting.
      Bed & Breakfast
      1br Bed & Breakfast
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      The SpaceThe North Wing Bedroom is a spacious room with a queen size bed, hardwood floors, and antique furniture. Right outside your door is an updated private bath. The North Wing is accessed by a private staircase. Cedar Hill Farm is a rambling farmhouse that is 180 years old. The bedrooms are split into two wings of the house that are completely separated from each other. Each wing has two bedrooms that can be rented alone or together, with a shared private bath. (If you are only a party of 2, no worries. We will block out the other room on that side so you'll have complete privacy.) There is also a kids room with bunk beds that sits between the two wings. This room can be rented with either wing (see other listings). This is the perfect setup for families, or friends and couples traveling together. If you need to book 3 or more rooms, please contact me before booking for a special group rate. Guest AccessGuests are encouraged to walk the grounds or relax and enjoy breakfast on the blue stone patio overlooking the farm. If you like bird watching, we have many types of birds visiting our birdfeeder. We often get visits from wild turkeys and white-tailed deer due to the natural spring on the property, and you may see our little woodchuck running busily here and there. Complimentary coffee and tea are available in the dining room - our rustic farm table can accommodate 8 - 10 people. We also provide a small continental-style breakfast that includes fresh bread and pastries from the great local bakery - Deising's - with accompaniments like cheese, butter, jams; Hudson Valley's Feather Ridge Farm eggs; Purely Elizabeth Granola. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to offer help with plans or recommendations for local activities or restaurants. We know a lot about the local restaurants so feel free to ask us. We'll try our best to make you feel at home! The NeighborhoodWe are located a few minutes drive away from the historic areas of Uptown Kingston (Stockade District) and Hurley. Visit the amazing buildings of the original Capital of NY... Retrace the path of the British troops when they burned Kingston in 1777, called the "Kingston 1777 Trail". On Saturday mornings, the Kingston Farmer's Market takes place in the Old Dutch Church. Historic Hurley is also a nice stop to make, just minutes away, with its quaint stone buildings, antique shops, old graveyard, and old-world charm. Also, the lovely "Strand" section of Kingston, located on the Rondout Creek and home to many restaurants in close proximity, is just a 15 minutes drive. It's a totally walkable little neighborhood on the water and is bustling on the weekends. We highly recommend Brunette wine bar for a bite and a very affordable wine flight. You can also catch the Hudson River Cruise line here, or dine right on the water at the Mariner's Harbor or Savannahs. The artsy town of Rosendale is also just a 15 minute drive from home. There you will find shops selling local artwork, music products, clothes, food -- there is even a retro movie theatre if you want to catch a flick one night. The 1850s house is a great brunch spot and has a really pretty vantage point and dining on the water. Woodstock is a scenic 20 minute drive from here. Well known for its artistic community, the shops are eclectic and the town is an interesting and fun mix of styles and cultures. High Falls is 10 minutes down the road ... it's a very cute little town with some shops and eateries --- this is also where the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, open to the public and a big hit with the kids! Rhinebeck is a 25 minute ride over the beautiful Rhineback-Rhinecliff Bridge on the Hudson. It's a great historic village that has lots to offer in shopping, dining, and sight-seeing. Shawnagunk State Park is less than 30 minutes (and we recommend "The Gunk Haus" restaurant for scenic dining and biergarten style food. One of our favorites.) For all of the foodies out there, the Red Onion is possibly the best food you will have in the Hudson Valley -- with an incredible bar and staff (hi Nick!) and incredible attention to detail -- without the Manhattan prices. If you'd rather have a meal at the house with incredible gourmet charcuterie and cheeses, we recommend Cheese Louise, located on Route 28 in Kingston. It's a little piece of France right here in Kingston. Best baguettes in the Hudson Valley, knowledgeable and friendly staff (who let you taste everything!), amazing cheeses, bread, fresh local eggs, sweets, local fresh produce, freshly sliced nova, and an excellent caviar selection. For the wine enthusiast, Cedar Hill Farm is close to local Hudson Valley wineries : Adair, Rivendell, Warwick Valley, just to name a few. Getting AroundBus station : Trailways is 5 minutes away in Kingston; Rhinebeck train station is 25 minutes. We can offer a shuttle service to and from the train station for $25 RT. A local cab service one-way would charge you $35. Other Things to NoteEasy access to Catskill State Park for sight-seeing, fishing, hiking. Close to Woodstock and Saugerties.
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      The SpaceThe Rose Room is the quintessential romantic B&B room. It is charming, spacious, and bright. Hardwood floors, antique furniture, beautiful linens. Right outside your door is a hallway with a private bath. Cedar Hill Farm is a rambling farmhouse that is 180 years old. The bedrooms are split into two wings of the house that are completely separated from each other. Each wing has two bedrooms that can be rented alone or together, with a shared private bath. (If you are only a party of 2, no worries. We will block out the other room on that side so you'll have complete privacy.) There is also a kids room with bunk beds that sits between the two wings. This room can be rented with either wing (see other listings). This is the perfect setup for families, or friends and couples traveling together. If you need to book 3 or more rooms together, please contact me before booking for a special group rate. Guest AccessGuests are encouraged to walk the grounds or relax on the blue stone patio overlooking the farm. If you like bird watching, we have many types of birds visiting our birdfeeder. We often get visits from wild turkeys and white-tailed deer due to the natural spring on the property, and you may see our little woodchuck running busily here and there. Complimentary water and tea are available anytime. Breakfast is served in style in the dining room - our rustic farm table can accommodate 8 - 10 people. We provide a light continental-style breakfast that includes seasonal fruit, granola, bread, muffins, cheese, butter, jams; and a few local eggs cooked to your liking, if you please. Guests get the family treatment in a B&B atmosphere. It is really important to me that my guests feel comfortable and have everything they need. Interaction with GuestsI'm happy to help with plans or recommendations for local activities or restaurants. Check out the guidebook for a list of places I love! I can also suggest scenic drives and routes to take in the area. The NeighborhoodWe are located a few minutes drive away from the historic areas of Uptown Kingston (Stockade District) and Hurley. Visit the old Dutch Church and the amazing buildings of the original Capital of NY. Retrace the path of the British troops when they burned Kingston in 1777, called the "Kingston 1777 Trail". Historic Hurley is also a nice stop to make, just minutes away, with it's quaint stone buildings, antique shops, old graveyard, and old-world charm. Also, the lovely "Strand" section of Kingston, located on the Rondout Creek and home to many restaurants in close proximity, is just a 15 minutes drive. It's a totally walkable little neighborhood on the water and is bustling on the weekends. We highly recommend Brunette wine bar for a bite and a very affordable wine flight. You can also catch the Hudson River Cruise line here, or dine right on the water at the Mariner's Harbor. The artsy town of Rosendale is also just a 15 minute drive from home. There you will find shops selling local artwork, music products, clothes, food -- there is even a retro movie theatre if you want to catch a flick one night. The 1850s house is a great brunch spot and has a really pretty vantage point and dining on the water. Woodstock is a scenic 20 minute drive from here. Well known for its artistic community, the shops are eclectic and the town is an interesting and fun mix of styles and cultures. High Falls is 10 minutes down the road ... it's a very cute little town with some shops and eateries --- this is also where the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, open to the public and hit with the kids! Rhinebeck is a 25 minute ride over the beautiful Rhineback-Rhinecliff Bridge on the Hudson. It's a great historic village that has lots to offer in shopping, dining, and sight-seeing. Shawnagunk State Park is less than 30 minutes (and we recommend "The Gunk Haus" restaurant for scenic dining and biergarten style food. One of our favorites.) For the culinary, the Red Onion is possibly some of the best food you will have in the Hudson Valley -- with an incredible bar and staff (hi Nick!) and incredible attention to detail -- without the Manhattan prices. If you'd rather have a meal at the house with incredible gourmet charcuterie and cheeses, we recommend Cheese Louise, located on Route 28 in Kingston. It's a little piece of France right here in Kingston. Best baguettes in the Hudson Valley, knowledgeable and friendly staff (who let you taste everything!), amazing cheeses, bread, fresh local eggs, sweets, local fresh produce, freshly sliced nova, and an excellent caviar selection. For the wine enthusiast, Cedar Hill Farm is close to local Hudson Valley wineries : Adair, Rivendell, Warwick Valley, just to name a few. Getting AroundBus station : Trailways is 5 minutes away in Kingston; Rhinebeck train station is 25 minutes. We can offer a shuttle service to and from the train station for $25 RT. A local cab service one-way would charge you $35. Easy access to I-87.
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      The SpaceSpacious, private room. Perfect for families traveling together - can be rented with other bedroom in this wing, and a third "kids room" if needed, to make a family suite with shared bath. The bathroom is newly updated. Guest AccessThe house has 3 larger bedrooms, all with Queen Sized beds. There is also one smaller room with a Full Size bed. There is also a bedroom with a full and twin size bunk bed, perfect for kids. We can easily accommodate families and couples traveling together. We have a large dining room with a long farmhouse style table that you can use. Guests are encouraged to walk the grounds or relax on the blue stone patio overlooking the farm. If you like bird watching, we have many types of birds visiting our birdfeeder. We often get visits from wild turkeys and white-tailed deer due to the natural spring on the property, and you may see our little woodchuck running busily here and there. Complimentary water and tea are available anytime. Breakfast is served in style in the dining room - our rustic farm table can accommodate 8 - 10 people. We provide a light continental-style breakfast that includes seasonal fruit, granola, bread, muffins, cheese, butter, jams; and a few local eggs cooked to your liking, if you please. Guests get the family treatment in a B&B atmosphere. It is really important to me that my guests feel comfortable and have everything they need. Interaction with GuestsI'm happy to help with plans or recommendations for local activities or restaurants. Check out the guidebook for a list of places I love! I can also suggest scenic drives and routes to take in the area. The NeighborhoodWe are located a few minutes drive away from the historic areas of Uptown Kingston (Stockade District) and Hurley. Visit the old Dutch Church and the amazing buildings of the original Capital of NY. Retrace the path of the British troops when they burned Kingston in 1777, called the "Kingston 1777 Trail". Historic Hurley is also a nice stop to make, just minutes away, with it's quaint stone buildings, antique shops, old graveyard, and old-world charm. Also, the lovely "Strand" section of Kingston, located on the Rondout Creek and home to many restaurants in close proximity, is just a 15 minutes drive. It's a totally walkable little neighborhood on the water and is bustling on the weekends. We highly recommend Brunette wine bar for a bite and a very affordable wine flight. You can also catch the Hudson River Cruise line here, or dine right on the water at the Mariner's Harbor. The artsy town of Rosendale is also just a 15 minute drive from home. There you will find shops selling local artwork, music products, clothes, food -- there is even a retro movie theatre if you want to catch a flick one night. The 1850s house is a great brunch spot and has a really pretty vantage point and dining on the water. Woodstock is a scenic 20 minute drive from here. Well known for its artistic community, the shops are eclectic and the town is an interesting and fun mix of styles and cultures. High Falls is 10 minutes down the road ... it's a very cute little town with some shops and eateries --- this is also where the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, open to the public and hit with the kids! Rhinebeck is a 25 minute ride over the beautiful Rhineback-Rhinecliff Bridge on the Hudson. It's a great historic village that has lots to offer in shopping, dining, and sight-seeing. Shawnagunk State Park is less than 30 minutes (and we recommend "The Gunk Haus" restaurant for scenic dining and biergarten style food. One of our favorites.) For the culinary, the Red Onion is possibly some of the best food you will have in the Hudson Valley -- with an incredible bar and staff (hi Nick!) and incredible attention to detail -- without the Manhattan prices. If you'd rather have a meal at the house with incredible gourmet charcuterie and cheeses, we recommend Cheese Louise, located on Route 28 in Kingston. It's a little piece of France right here in Kingston. Best baguettes in the Hudson Valley, knowledgeable and friendly staff (who let you taste everything!), amazing cheeses, bread, fresh local eggs, sweets, local fresh produce, freshly sliced nova, and an excellent caviar selection. For the wine enthusiast, Cedar Hill Farm is close to local Hudson Valley wineries : Adair, Rivendell, Warwick Valley, just to name a few. Getting AroundWe have ample off-street parking on the farm. We are also a 5 minute drive to the Trailways bus terminal, where you can catch a bus directly to/from Kingston to New York City. We are also a 20 minute drive from the Rhinebeck-Rhinecliff train station, which also has direct service to NYC. Other Things to NoteCommon areas may be used, just check with mefirst!
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      The SpaceWe offer several small cabins situated above one of two lakes on the property. The perfect setting to wake up in on a Saturday and Sunday morning! Here is some magic to the 15 cabins and the 3 bedroom home... There are 3 cabins with heart shaped (2 person) spa tubs - that have been newly redone. There are also a couple of cabins with kitchens. And there are 3 pet friendly cabins (with an additional small fee). All close to the 2 spectacular lakes (stocked with fresh trout and bass) and approx. 8 miles of nature trails that are breathtaking. You can even house your wedding, family reunion or other event here. Guest AccessOur entire property is offered to our guests and provides great hiking, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and relaxing! Interaction with GuestsOur staff lives close by and is available at all times. We give you information of websites and information to access what is good in the area weekly. If you let us know what you are yearning to do ~ we can head you in the right direction. The NeighborhoodThe Culinary Institute is not far... so many chefs stay in the area. There are a variety of dining options are within a short drive from the property, including the Redwood Bar and Grill, Deisings Bakery, Kingston Candy Bar, Elephant Restaurant and Wine Bar and Keegan Ales. The famed Woodstock, New York is only 13 miles away. The movie was filmed right here in historic Hurley. Kingston is only 5 miles away. Saugerties and New Paltz are close by too. Getting AroundParking is right next to each of your cabins or home. We have a selection of 15 cabins and a 3 Bedroom Home. Taxis/Safe riders are available. We are only 5 miles from a major bus station too. Other Things to NoteThe natural beauty of this property is magic. We are available for weddings and events too.
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      The SpaceThis is a Remarkable location.... On top of a hill above the historic stone houses of Old Hurley! A beautiful picturesque scene! Guest AccessEntire property is available for private walks, viewing colorful sunsets and having their dinner or a drink on their own patio. Interaction with GuestsWe will be on premises to make your stay very pleasant and give you recommendations of things to enjoy in the area. The NeighborhoodA truly unique area.
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        DeWitt Lodge sits on a ridge amidst 4 acres of woods just outside Hurley, NY. The house is newly-renovated and has a mixture of modern and antique furnishings, great colors and interesting curios. Just two hours from Manhattan, it is an ideal base to discover the beauty of the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains. The area features beautiful scenery, many outdoor activities including hiking and biking, rock climbing, sailing, swimming holes and tubing. Museums, art galleries, historic homes and great restaurants are all within easy reach by car. We are less than 10 minutes from Kingston with its vibrant restaurants and arts scene; Rosendale, High Falls and Stone Ridge are 10 minutes away; New Paltz, Mohonk, Woodstock and Rhinebeck are 20 minutes away and the Shawangunks and Hyde Park are only 25 minutes away. We are also only 25 minutes from skiing at Belleayre Mountain. The house has one bedroom with a queen size bed and direct access to the bathroom. There is also a reading/sleeping loft with a full size bed, accessed by a very steep, narrow staircase, not really suitable for children. The master bedroom has a wood burning stove, private porch and bluestone patio. There is a large living area with a sofa, TV and DVD player, a turntable with a great selection of old vinyl, and some great speakers and room to dance. There is a dining area with a table for 4, a fully-equipped small and funky kitchen with its own breakfast porch, and a bathroom with a tub and shower. There is plenty of outdoor space with a table and seating as well as a gas grill. No landscaped gardens here...the deer eat everything I plant! The house is set back from a country road by a 100 ft. driveway in a rural neighborhood of small houses outside the historic village of Hurley with its beautiful old stone houses. It has a very woodsy cabin feel to it and is not really overlooked by any other homes; it feels quite private without being isolated. The woods are raw and inhabited by both Deer and Bear. The Thruway is about 1/4 of a mile from the house but cannot be seen.
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        Property Location When you stay at Twin Lakes Lodge in Kingston, you'll be close to Forsyth Park.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with showers are provided.Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and wedding services.Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite. Pets allowed Check-in time starts at 3 PM Check-out time is 11 AM
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        When visiting Kingston, Twin Lakes Lodge is a great choice to consider. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite volleyball.
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        When visiting Kingston, Twin Lakes Lodge is a great choice to consider. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite volleyball.
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        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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        The SpaceOur spacious guest house is located within walking distance of the first two beautiful lakes. Fresh trout and bass fishing are available. There is also a canoe and row boat available. Nature Trail walks through out 50+ acres. It is an amazing serene location to enjoy your stay. Your home also has a secluded porch. Guest AccessThe entire home. :) Full access to lakes and property for walks. Interaction with GuestsDuring you stay ~ check into the front desk ~ we will be able to guide to cultural, musical and festivals. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is quiet and serene. Twin Lakes Lodge is secluded from traffic and any noise. Getting AroundWe have several websites and information to supply of what is in the area. Other Things to NoteWe are central to amazing shopping, restaurants, and little towns through the Hudson Valley. Just a train ride away and you are in New York CIty (Hour and a half ride). 8 miles from the Hudson River and centrally located to Woodstock, New Paltz, Saugerties, Kingston, Rosendale and so much more.
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        Three bedroom, 2.5 bath house located in a quiet, mid-century neighborhood available in January, February or March of 2016. Includes laundry, and all the modern conveniences of home. This ranch style home has cable, wifi, 2 bdrms with queen size beds and a third bdrm with a pull out full-size sleeper sofa. Very close to shops, great restaraunts and historical points of interests. Very close to exit 19 off NY thruway.
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        Come stay with us in our recently renovated country house in the historic Town of Hurley! You'll fall in love with the comfortable house and the natural yard. Swim in the creek or sit by the fire pit. We and our majestic willow in the backyard welcome you! There is a full two acres that backs up to the Esopus creek, a "speakeasy" style party space on the property, and is only minutes from Woodstock, the Catskills and Kingston.
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        DeWitt Lodge sits on a ridge amidst 4 acres of woods just outside Hurley, NY, in the heart of the Hudson Valley. The house is newly-renovated and has a mixture of modern and antique furnishings, great colors and interesting curios, it is very comfortable and is an ideal getaway location for two people, but will sleep up to four people. Just two hours from Manhattan, it is an ideal base to discover the beauty of the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains. The area features beautiful scenery, many outdoor activities including hiking and biking, rock climbing, sailing, swimming holes and tubing. Museums, art galleries, historic homes and great restaurants are all within easy reach by car. We are less than 10 minutes from Kingston with its vibrant restaurants and arts scene & the exciting new 'Smorgasburg' Saturday market (runs until the end of October); Rosendale, High Falls and Stone Ridge are 10 minutes away; New Paltz, Mohonk, Woodstock and Rhinebeck are 20 minutes away and the Shawangunks and Hyde Park are only 25 minutes away. We are also only 25 minutes from skiing at Belleayre Mountain. The house has one bedroom with a queen size bed and direct access to the bathroom. There is also a reading/sleeping loft with a full size bed, accessed by a steep, narrow staircase. The master bedroom has a wood burning stove, private porch and bluestone patio. There is a large living area with a sofa, TV and DVD player, a turntable with a great selection of old vinyl, and some great speakers and room to dance. There is a dining area with a table for 4, a fully-equipped small and funky kitchen with its own breakfast porch, and a bathroom with a tub and shower. There is plenty of outdoor space with a table and seating as well as a gas grill. No landscaped gardens deer eat everything I plant! The house is set back from a country road by a 150 ft. driveway in a rural neighborhood of small houses outside the historic village of Hurley with its beautiful old stone houses. It has a very woodsy cabin feel to it and is not really overlooked by any other homes; it feels quite private without being isolated. The woods are raw and inhabited by many Deer and the occasional Bear. The Thruway is about 1/4 of a mile from the house but cannot be seen. A car is needed as there is no local public transportation nearby. There are local taxi services available if visitors were to arrive by bus in Kingston.
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        Wonderful 1930's cape in Old Hurley with large kitchen, beautiful formal dining room that seats 8-10 comfortably, large cozy sunroom and private back yard with in ground saline pool. Fencing provides safety for children and 1 well behaved dog. Walking distance to library, rail trail & family dining at the Hurley Mountain Inn. Close proximity to all that the Hudson Valley offers with quaint villages like Woodstock, Phoenicia, Stone Ridge, Rosendale and larger towns like Rhinebeck & Kingston to enjoy shopping, local family restaurants, farmer's markets and live entertainment.
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        "Blandina's Hideaway Villa" is centrally located along a winding country road, nestled between Kingston, Rosendale, and Hurley; close to all things fabulous in the beautiful and historic Hudson Valley. It's a charming one bedroom villa with private bath, a small kitchenette, cable and wifi,and complete with free range chickens and farm fresh eggs. Gourmet Breakfast or Brunch is available for an extra charge, as well as dinner. Please ask about meals in advance. HISTORY: Blandina's Hideaway Villa was named after Blandina DuBois DeWitt who was born in 1731 and died on November 4, 1765 at the age of 34. She was said to be a beautiful, young, well educated, and popular French girl who lived "up the hill" and caught the eye of "Charlie" DeWitt who lived "down the hill." Using his little brother as a chaperone, Charles courted her during the non-growing season with activities like sleigh riding. Eventually, Charles asked for her hand in marriage. Blandina married Charles of "Greenkill" and bore him five children. It is believed she passed away during the birth of her sixth child, whom also didn't survive. Charles' claim to fame was impressive. He was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War, had served as a delegate to the Continental Congress, and was a well-respected politician and businessman, but he was best known as the BEST flour miller of his time. His flour mill was an critical part of feeding General Washington's Continental Army. History tells the story that Martha Washington only used flour milled from the DeWitt Mill. She said, "It was the finest flour in all the land." As the DeWitt Mill was located "down the hill" and Blandina DuBois lived just "up the hill," history leads us to believe that Blandina lived on the land of my villa. Therefore, I've named my garden "Farine Jardin de Blandine", French for Blandina's -Flour- Garden and the villa is honored to be known as Blandina's Hideaway. And, Blandina's grave is located in The Old Hurley Cemetery just 10 minutes from the villa. There's a poem etched on the grave of Blandina (DuBois) DeWitt. It's worn and covered in lichen. It's said to be written for her by her children some 201 years ago. I left no stone unturned in researching Blandina and found the only person still living who knew what the poem says. Now that I have gained this information, I will share it with all of you. Enjoy! "Thou the Dread Gulph hast past whilst o'er thy urn Five Children Deer, and Husband lov'd do mourn From Fondest Love cut off in prime of life we mourn The Mother fond and Dearest Wife Hence Ne'er to see thy Lovely face Again until we inter on Zion's Blissful plain." I can't say enough about how much I love the Hudson Valley. It has something for everyone and you'll be sure to experience the beauty for yourself. I want you to have a great time at Blandina's Hideaway Villa. If there's anything that I can do to help make your stay more enjoyable please don't hesitate to ask. ~ *** To be clear, Blandina's Hideaway Villa is located in the bottom portion of my home, it is NOT a separate dwelling. However, you do have a private full bath and private entrance and a locking door between the two areas. Just want to be clear about this. ~ Thank you!
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          Set in a prime location of Kingston (NY), Rodeway Inn Skytop puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, business center are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as fitness center, outdoor pool. Discover all Kingston (NY) has to offer by making Rodeway Inn Skytop your base.