Kingston Accommodations

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The SpaceThis is just a nice, clean room in our house. There's a closet, two large windows, and a queen-sized bed. Bathroom is next to the bedroom. Guest AccessWe are a large, bustling family, so this is NOT a room for someone looking for a quiet getaway. We can accommodate a child or two if they are willing to sleep elsewhere in the house. Guests must love animals and spontaneity. Interaction with GuestsYou can come and go as you please and ignore us totally. Or stay and chat. Please be comfortable. The NeighborhoodThis is one of the nicest neighborhoods in Kingston. MInutes from Farmer's market and uptown restaurants. Minutes drive from everything in the Hudson Valley. Getting AroundWe are right off the NY thruway. Five minutes from bus station. Twenty minutes from Amtrak station. I can pick you up or drive you somewhere for a fee. Other Things to NotePlease note that this is not a good place to stay if you have an allergy to cats or dogs. Or young twins!
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The SpaceBEAUTIFUL PRIVATE LOFT APT. IN ENGLISH TUDOR CARRIAGE HOUSE. A WARM AND INVITING DECOR WITH ATTENTION TO DETAIL. FULLY EQUIPPED COOKS KITCHEN ,QUEEN SIZE BED, BEAUTIFUL COMFORTABLE LIVING ROOM WITH LEATHER COUCH AND FLAT SCREEN TV,AND ALL OF THE COMFORTS YOU SHOULD EXPECT IN A QUALITY VACATION RENTAL. EXCELLENT PRIVATE LOCATION YET MINUTES FROM ALL OF WHAT KINGSTON AND THE SURROUNDING TOWNS HAVE TO OFFER. INCLUDES CABLE, INTERNET PARKING AND 2 GREAT HOSTS TO ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS AND SUGGEST THE BEST PLACES TO GO AND SEE. A PERFECT WEEKEND GETAWAY JUST 2 HOURS FROM N.Y.C. WE ARE LOCATED NEXT TO A HORSE FARM AND 8 HOLE GOLF COURSE SO OUR VIEW IS AMAZING. HORSES IN THE FIELD AND THE MOUNTAINS BEYOND. A MILLION DOLLAR VIEW FROM A BEAUTIFUL ESTATE. Guest AccessTHERE IS A PATIO OUTSIDE COMPLETE WITH TABLE AND CHAIRS, CHARCOAL GRILL AND YOU ARE WELCOME TO EXPLORE THE PROPERTY WITH IT'S GARDENS AND VIEWS. Interaction with GuestsYOUR PRIVACY IS MOST IMPORTANT BUT I AM AROUND FOR HELP IN RECOMMENDING PLACES TO EAT, DRINK, EXPLORE OR JUST ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. The NeighborhoodWE ARE LOCATED IN TOWN BUT ARE ON A DEAD END STREET WITH VIEWS OF HORSES IN THE FIELD, GOLFERS IN THE DISTANCE AND AMAZING VIEWS OF THE MOUNTAINS. IT IS A VERY PRIVATE PLACE. Getting AroundTHERE IS A BUS FROM MANHATTAN TO KINGSTON AS WELL AS THE TRAIN ACROSS THE RIVER IN RHINECLIFF THAT WILL GET YOU HERE.
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The SpaceTHE CARRIAGE HOUSE STABLES IS A TRULY UNIQUE APARTMENT. IT CONSISTS OF A SEPARATE BEDROOM WITH QUEEN BED, A FULL KITCHEN COMPLETE WITH EVERYTHING NEEDED FOR COOKING A GREAT MEAL, THE MOST OUTRAGEOUS DINING ROOM WITH MASSIVE VINTAGE TABLE AND AN INCREDIBLE LIVING ROOM WITH LIBRARY. THE LIVING ROOM HAS FRENCH DOORS LEADING ONTO A BLUESTONE PATIO WITH TABLE AND CHAIRS FOR EARLY MORNING COFFEE OR DRINKS IN THE AFTERNOON. THE WHOLE PLACE IS WAINSCOTTED BROWN WOOD AND THE ORIGINAL HORSE STALLS SERVE AS KITCHEN AND BEDROOM. THE DECORATION IS MASCULINE, VERY RALPH LAUREN AND A VERY HIGH LEVEL OF COMFORT AND DETAIL. THERE IS AN UPSTAIRS LOFT APARTMENT ALSO FOR RENT. YOU CAN SEE THAT LISTED UNDER "THE CARRIAGE HOUSE" ON AIRBNB. THE STABLES IS LOCATED ON AN OLD BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH TUDOR ESTATE WITH THE MAIN HOUSE AND GARDENS. THE VIEWS ARE AMAZING WITH HORSES IN THE FIELD AND MOUNTAINS IN THE DISTANCE. YOU WILL BE TRANSPORTED TO ANOTHER PLACE AS YOU ENTER THE ESTATE, AND WILL NEVER FORGET THE STABLES
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    Situated in the historic uptown district of Kingston, first capital of New York, the Thomas L. Southwick House has a storied past. At one point, it was even a brothel frequented by Babe Ruth! Today, fully restored to its original glory, the house boasts elegantly appointed rooms. The main floor features a grand communal dining room where Full breakfast is served Mondays through Fridays, and on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, a Full Country Breakfast is provided. In addition there are two spacious, antique-filled reception rooms where guests can relax and enjoy a complimentary coffee/tea service. Proprietor Alicja Kowalska pampers guests with freshly-baked treats and dishes from the bounty of the Hudson Valley’s local produce. Each room features a private bathroom, air conditioning, and TV. In addition to fine dining, the historic Stockade District features important sites such as the Senate House, the Matthew Person House, and other sites of interest. Downtown, Kingston's historic Rondout offers waterfront dining, shopping, museums and galleries, as well as sunset cruises, waterfront concerts and local festivals. The area boasts both new and historic wineries, historic estates, houses and museums, fine dining, world-class scenery, and winter and summer sports. The scenic Walkway Over the Hudson, the famed Shawangunk Mountain, and the Mohonk Preserve are nearby, as are Hunter, Belleayre, and Windham Mountains for skiers. Bard College's Fischer Center for the Performing Arts, Vassar College's world-famous museum, and other significant venues are easily accessible by car. For Reservations please contact via phone, not through email.
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    Built in 1856, in the historical town of Kingston along the Hudson River, Bel's Inn has a history and charm all it's own. Bel's Inn is a beautifully restored Victorian home, with tastefully decorated guest rooms, and a wonderful wraparound porch that is perfect for just relaxing. Let yourself be transported back through the years, to a more tranquil period in time. Little more than an hour's drive north of New York City, the Inn is conveniently located near a variety of restaurants, a marina and many other recreational activities.
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    The SpaceThis is a huge Victorian with lots of interesting details. This particular room is adjoined to another room, an old fashioned his/hers. Beautiful hardwood floors and light-colored paint. The twin beds are pushed close together but can also be separated. Beds are firm. Interaction with GuestsMy interaction is based on guests' comfort level. Some like to talk; others need to be alone. Whatever you like is how I can interact. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is quiet and lined with huge trees and very old homes. People walk their dogs. Children play. You can take a nice run if you like. Getting AroundThere's a local bus and also a nearby bus station servicing New York City every hour. Amtrak is 20 minutes away. We can pick you up for a fee.
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    Situated in Kingston, this motel is within a 15-minute walk 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 2 mi (3 km).
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    The Space* Comfy full sized bed with antique French linen sheets * high speed wifi * parlor with Netflix, piano lots of comfy chairs * sitting room with fireplace (winter weekends if guests are in) * dining room with big round table * large porches to enjoy sunsets and views of catskill mountains (winter) *.Well maintained pool * Nearby to restaurants/shops in popular Rondout district * The large main bathroom is shared with one other room only both rooms are booked. We are producer musician Malcolm Burn and songwriter singer Sandrine who welcome you our home and West Chestnut St which are a part of the rich history of the Hudson Valley. Situated overlooking and a short walk or drive from the popular Rondout district with its marina, cafe's, restaurants, galleries and antique stores, uptown Kingston (and some of the oldest buildings in the country) is also a short drive to experience it's farmers markets, galleries, antiques, and dining. The historic towns of Rhinebeck, Stoneridge, Woodstock, Rosendale, New Palz, and Red Hook are all within a 20 minute  drive as is Bard College. Built in 1898 by noted architect Mr. Hillier for local Hardware mogul Mr. Townshend, the stone and wood work takes you back to a time of fine craftsmanship and elegant living. The Hutton has a particularly warm and cosy feel. The boldly patterned wallpapers and architectural details including the stained glass window and strong moldings made a statement before the antique brass bed with its golden patina was put in place with the big hand hewn antique refractory table, and little Eastlake settee from the 1800's. The very comfortable bed is made up with antique French linen sheets (many are hand made and 100 years old) which are sumptuous to sleep in. High speed wifi reminds you that you are really in the modern world after all. Guest AccessYou are welcome to the first floor parlor, living, dining rooms and porches, and your second floor bedroom and bath. The kitchen is not shared, but we have coffee, tea, fruit and a light snack to get you started in the morning. We have a private back stairwell and live on the third floor. Interaction with GuestsWe will show you around, make sure you are comfortable and know how to contact us for help or information. After that we give your privacy to relax and enjoy your rooms, the home and the scenery. The NeighborhoodJust a few minutes from dining in the popular Roundout area with its antique stores, galleries and marina.  As well you will be within 20 minute a drive to Woodstock, Stoneridge, Saugerties, Rhinebeck, Bard College and all the activities in the area such as walking, hiking, rock climbing and skiing.  Uptown Kingston is also nearby and worth a visit to check out the farmers market restaurants, bars, cafés and beautiful historic buildings. West Chestnut St is one of the most beautiful streets in Kingston known for its historic homes. Jervis McEntee the famous landscape artist lived on the street with his family including the famous colonel, as did Calvert Vaux who was the renowned landscape architect and partner to Frederic Olmsted who designed Central Park in NYC. A walk down the end of the street will find you at the cemetery also designed by him (where he is also laid to rest). It is a beautiful place to walk as its natural landscape may remind you somewhat of Central Park. Getting AroundJust a few minutes from dining in the popular Roundout area with its antique stores, galleries and marina. Uptown Kingston is also nearby and worth a visit to check out the farmers market restaurants, bars, cafés and beautiful historic buildings. As well you will be within 20 minute a drive to Woodstock, Stoneridge, Saugerties, Rhinebeck, Bard College and all the activities in the area such as walking, hiking, rock climbing and skiing.   Other Things to NoteThe beauty of our home is in its age. A stay here is for those that love history. Please don't expect modern and new, but we hope you will enjoy the charm here.
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    The SpaceWe are a composer and artist couple with in a large renovated church hall in the Rondout section of Kingston, just up the street from restaurants, marinas, art galleries and easy distance to hikes, swims, kayaking, skiing etc. We are perfectly situated less than 20 minutes drive from Woodstock, Bard College, Rhinebeck, Rosendale, mountain lakes and waterfalls. Organic coffee and teas are included along with highspeed WIFI internet access. The property is filled with beautiful abstract paintings of Julie Hedrick which are also shown at The Norha Haime Gallery in NYC. This bedroom includes a both a comfy full sized bed and single bed , antique armoire, uniquely designed large windows, a writing or computer table and strong highspeed WIFI signal. Our courtyard, which the chapel room looks down on, evokes a European flavor with a gentle fountain, herb and flower garden with fruit trees and cobblestones. The private bathroom assigned just for Chapel Room guests is on the ground floor with a full bathtub and shower, toilet, sink and bountiful soft fresh towels. We are required by the county and NY State to charge tax which we will collect when you arrive via check or cash. In addition to complimentary organic coffee and teas we are happy to prepare a special locally sourced home cooked breakfast for fifteen dollars per guest. On nice days we serve breakfast in the garden and in inclement weather guests gather around the farm table in the kitchen for a relaxing gourmet breakfast. Interaction with GuestsWe usually make a point to be home to greet our guests and get them settled in their rooms and from then on they are on their own to come and go as they please. While we are happy to share our passion for the area with guests and hear about their discoveries we also respect those that wish to come for retreat and privacy. They are always welcome to knock on our studio door if they need anything or call us if we are not at home. The NeighborhoodWe could wax poetic about this: While we are just up the hill from the marinas, restaurants, galleries and shops of the historic Rondout district of Kingston we are also a mile from Kingston Point Beach on the Hudson and wonderful rail trails and hiking/cycling areas. The neighborhood is a unique blend of 1800's and 1900's architecture, sea captains homes on one block and row houses on the next.
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    The SpaceThis is a medium-sized room, very bright, lots of light. Bay windows looking onto a quiet street. Hardwood floors. I've never had a guest who wasn't happy in it. Guest AccessWe live in the house. You will probably see us coming and going. You will definitely hear us coming and going! Interaction with GuestsI'm happy to chat about the area and anything else. The NeighborhoodThis is one of the nicest neighborhoods in Kingston. Very pretty and quiet with beautiful homes. A historic area. Getting AroundWe're five minutes from the bus station and twenty minutes from Amtrak. Two hours north of Manhattan. Other Things to NoteWe're in the Hudson Valley -- lots of things to do and see. Close to the Hudson River. Close to Rhinebeck and Bard College and Woodstock and the Catskill Mountains. History and nature abounds.
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    The SpaceThe Gallery Inn is spacious loft style accommodation filled with contemporary art that honors it's twenty year history as an art gallery. It's very sunny and airy with windows on three sides letting in plenty of morning and afternoon light. Located just a few blocks from the historic Kingston waterfront in a 1860's historic brick building where you can visit the Hudson River Maritime Museum ( the new winter home of sloop Clearwater), the Trolley Museum of New York, several art galleries and antique centers, marinas, a seasonal water taxi, and the new Kingston waterfront promenade, and many great restaurants and cafes. The apartment has been beautifully updated with a loft style bedroom, bathroom with walk-in double shower, and kitchen equipped with stove, microwave, toaster and coffee maker. It is uniquely decorated with art by local artists and offers all the modern day conveniences-Cable TV, A/C and High Speed Wireless Internet- so feel free to bring your laptop! The apartment suite is fully furnished with linens, towels, iron and ironing board, and hair dryer. It is set up to be self-sufficient (no daily maid service). This is smoke-free and pet-free accommodation Guest AccessOutside balcony The NeighborhoodThe Downtown Rondout Waterfront district is renowned for its lively marinas, award-winning restaurants, eclectic shops, art galleries, and a charming waterside promenade. Kingston Point Beach is a picturesque destination for swimming, picnicking and boat-launching. The Hudson River Maritime, home of the sloop Clearwater and the Trolley Museum of New York are nearby attractions Other Things to NoteThere is a two night minimum on weekends during the peak season, May through October.
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    The SpaceAfter your adventures, at days end, you can relax with an evening soak in the hot tub, sit out back with a good book or retire into what we call "The Viking Bedroom". It's not a hotel, it's a home, but not just any home. We welcome you to why we love it here and hope you will too. Guest AccessComplimentary coffee & tea are offered as well as some light breakfast items - fresh fruit, yogurt, granola bars, danish & juice. Though cooking is not permitted, other areas of the kitchen are accessible. Interaction with GuestsWe will be present to our guests needs etc... but not too overbearing. The NeighborhoodOur home is in a quiet area in Kingston. A very short drive or better yet a walk, takes you to an area known as The Strand. There you will find a selection of restaurants, shops, antiques or the gallery of the Arts Society of Kingston. We are close to Ulster Performing Arts Center, hiking & biking trails, Kingston Point Beach, Rhinebeck Aerodrome, kayak & boat launches. And don't forget Uptown Kingston where you'll also find a variety of shops, restaurants, art galleries & seasonal farmers market. Getting AroundLocal bus stop is just 1/2 block. Plenty of parking Map of Kinston, NY: (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteThere are some small renovations currently underway in the library, though your room and the remaining parts of the house are complete. No pets live inside of our home so if you are allergic, you are safe. But our neighbor's cat is very friendly and nosey so you will encounter him on the porch or wandering in our yard. His name is Boo
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    Affordable, no-frills room in a beautiful Kingston Victorian. Casual, friendly household in Kingston's historic Stockade district. FULL sized bed (not Queen). Fan (not AC-other rooms have, if desired) Wifi - shared kitchen, bath, cable TV.
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    The SpaceYour second-floor private room is lovely, well-appointed and generously sized (roughly 14 x 16 feet). With a queen bed, it's great for one or two people. There's a big ol' 39" flat-screen TV along with comfortable reading chairs, a writing/computer desk and ample clothes storage. Three windows and a tin ceiling! There is also a mini-fridge, microwave and electric kettle in your room, along with an assortment of teas. No cable: we've cut the cord. But you will have Roku, loaded with Netflix and other options. Your bedroom looks out on a quiet street that, though centrally located, has little traffic. There is a full bathroom immediately outside your door. Sheri and I also use it, although we try to give you priority access during the rise'n'shine and time-to-sleep hours. You have access to much of the rest of the house -- our kitchen, dining area and associated "atrium," the sauna room, the front first-floor room, a screened-in porch a/k/a "catio," and a patio for outside dining. In addition to the full bathroom on the second floor, there's a half-bath on the ground floor. In the room adjacent to yours, there's an infra-red sauna, which is like a regular sauna, only better. Unlike your normal sauna, where the temperature hits 180 degrees or more, this one tops out at 130, but you'll sweat just as much. It's yours to enjoy. You may also use our washer/dryer. A few rooms are off limits. These are clearly marked. We're happy to interact with you and happy to leave you alone. If you want information about dining, shopping and such, we're delighted to be a resource for you. We love our town and community, are ardent advocates of all things local, and are happy to share our local knowledge with you. Because we work at home, we're around a lot and do our best to be accommodating in terms of availability. Pretty much out the front door, there's the wonderfulness of Uptown Kingston. We have 46 Revolutionary-era stone houses within 1/2 mile of our house. The closest intersection is the only one in the United States with continuously occupied historic stone houses at all four corners. Uptown Kingston is a totally walkable community. The shopping district, barely a block away, has arcaded sidewalks: It's been called the "New Orleans of the north." There are great restaurants, bars and shopping a few minutes by foot from the house. Kingston is a "micropolis," a small city. There's a lovely waterfront district called the Rondout ten minutes' drive away. Kingston has been called the Gateway to the Catskills, with towns like Woodstock, Rhinebeck and New Paltz 15-20 minutes away. Real estate brokers talk about "location, location, location" and we've got it. Our house is less then 2 miles off the NYS Thruway (Exit 19) and a couple of blocks from the Trailways bus station, which is a main stop between Albany and New York City. We're about 35 minutes from the Omega Institute. On-street parking is available and not a problem. We have three cats--Bodhi, Mojo and Aja. You will need to not be allergic to cats. Hopefully you will enjoy (or at least tolerate) them. We use only non-toxic cleaners in our home. Guest AccessIn addition to your private bedroom, you are welcome to use our sauna room, our kitchen and related areas (dining table, 'atrium'), our 'catio' (a screened porch) and our backyard (complete with dining table and hammock). Interaction with GuestsWe're happy to interact with you and be sociable; we're also happy to leave you alone. We're always available to provide tips about our lovely town and community. The NeighborhoodYou will find great restaurants, bar and shops within a few minutes' walk away. Our house is located in the heart of Uptown Kingston. Some of our favorite establishments, all within 3-4 minutes' walk, are the Stockade Tavern (Esquire named it one of the best bars in the country), Outdated Cafe (great vibe, great baked goods), Frogmore Tavern (low country cookin'!), and Duo Bistro (informal environment, yummy food). Uptown Kingston: It's like a village (a very happening village) inside a larger town. There's even a great supermarket seven minutes' walk away. Getting AroundOur house is a five minute walk from the Trailways bus station that takes people to and from New York. If you're driving, you can dependably find a place to part within a block of the house. Other Things to NoteYour shared bathroom is immediately adjacent to your bedroom and accessed via a shared hall. There is a half-bath on the first floor, which greatly reduces your hosts' need for the bathroom outside your door.
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    THE FIREHOUSE INN SUITE is located in the Historic Kingston Waterfront district in an Old Firehouse renovated by owners Hendrik & Maria Dijk. The suite is conveniently located on the first floor, walking distance to the historic Kingston water front. It is spacious, cozy, bright and ideal for one couple.
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    The SpaceCharming bedroom on the second floor of a Victorian Foursquare house located on a hill overlooking Cornell Park with views of the Hudson River and the historic Rondout district. The iron bed frame has a firm, pillow-top queen mattress. The room also has a closet, reading nook and park/street facing windows. There is radiator heating in the winter, and an air conditioner in the summer. Since I moved in, I've been making improvements. While the whole house is beautiful, it is an old house with all the charms and quirks of a well loved and lived-in home and there are still areas I am working to improve. This guest room is finished and you will find it very comfortable. Guest AccessYou have access to your private bedroom, the shared full bathroom on the same floor (2nd floor), the living room, dining room and large front porch with amazing views. The house is lightly decorated with an eclectic mix of antiques and art as well as 2 cats and a dog. Breakfast is continental style, with coffee, granola, fresh fruit, and seasonal snacks. The half bathroom on the ground floor is available if needed. Interaction with GuestsI have many recommendations on dining, hiking, trails, kayaking, shopping, art galleries, nightlife, dancing, local music and other adventure possibilities, this area is overflowing with options! You are also encouraged to find your own way around the charming neighborhood and discover all the delights that the Rondout, the city of Kingston and the Hudson Valley region has to offer. The NeighborhoodLocated on a main street across from a quiet park. Take a walk around the block, over the Wurts Street bridge, down to the Rondout dining and business district, or cross the street with a picnic basket for a mini retreat in quiet Cornell Park with a beautiful view of the Hudson River. Getting AroundMy home is in easy strolling distance (within a few short blocks) to parks, art galleries, antique stores, museums, boat rides, walking tours and wonderful restaurants in the Rondout district. If you plan to explore the areas around Kingston, having a car is necessary. There are taxis available at the bus & train station, the bus station is about 10 minutes by car, and the 2 train stations (Rhinecliff/Amtrak & Poughkeepsie/MetroNorth) are about 15 mins & 30 mins from my home. Kingston has some light bus service in the city. Other Things to NoteThere are 3 loving pets in the home: 2 friendly large cats and a dog, Chloe, the always hungry long-haired Chihuahua. Amazing local massage therapists can be booked in advance for a home massage or just blocks away, please contact me in advance for contact information to book this addition to your stay.
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    The SpaceGuests will enjoy their own large private bedroom with queen size bed upstairs in our beautifully restored home, tastefully decorated, brick victorian built in 1874. For small groups up to four, we have an additional bedroom with two twin beds. Guests share a private bathroom down the hall, adjacent to guest rooms. Guest AccessMain floor, front porch and yard, backyard and pool. On the main floor, enjoy the living room, media room, kitchen and dining room. We also invite our guests to enjoy the front porch, backyard and pool, perfect for relaxing in the hammock, reading a book and taking in the fresh air of our quiet neighborhood. Interaction with GuestsAs our guest, we will interact with you as much or as little as you would like. Just let us know. The NeighborhoodEddyville is located on the Rondout creek, just up the river from the historic port of Kingston. Eddyville is the home of Lock #1 of the D&H Canal system, which is a short 1/2 mile from our house. The neighborhood is home to mix of full time residents and weekenders from NYC. We are conveniently located to Woodstock and beautiful Catskill mountains. Getting AroundGetting around by car is recommended, however you can walk around the block and bike down along to the river. Some of the main roads are narrow in parts, so we encourage everyone to be careful if walking or biking from the house. Other Things to NoteThe above ground pool is open from early June through Labor Day. Please ask before using the pool. The pool is above ground and requires regular maintenance to clear bugs and leaves. As your host, we will make every effort to keep the pool clean during your stay, however, guests may need to skim the pool themselves prior to each use.
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    The Space* comfy queen bed with antique french linen sheets * private ensuite bathroom * Short walk from popular Rondout and a few minutes drive to uptown Stockade * high speed wifi/ large tv with netflix *day bed with uber comfy latex mattress for relaxing or an extra guest * antique desk and credenza plus large built in closet * spacious porches to enjoy sunsets and views of catskill mountains * parlor with antique piano/guitars lots of comfy chairs * sitting room with fireplace * dining room with big round table *.Well maintained pool * Organic coffee/tea and fruit and amazing local bagels in the mornings We are a musician couple who welcome you to our home and West Chestnut St which are a part of the rich history of the Hudson Valley. Situated overlooking and a short walk or drive from the popular Rondout district with its marina, cafe's, restaurants, galleries and antique stores, uptown Kingston (and some of the oldest buildings in the country) is also a nearby and worth visiting to experience it's farmers markets, galleries, antiques, and dining. The historic towns of Rhinebeck, Stoneridge, Woodstock, Rosendale, New Paltz, and Red Hook are all within a 20 minute drive as is Bard College and the many activities such as hiking, skiing, rock climbing, kayaking, antiquing and dining. This listing is for the master suite of the home. It is quietly grand, providing a sense of seclusion with it's views over the Catskill mountains (in the winter when the trees aren't obscuring the range!) and beautiful trees lining the property. See which way the breeze is blowing by the way the pretty brass rooster gleaming in the morning sun atop our old fashioned garage turns. Spacious with high ceilings, and re-painted in its serene original color of duck egg blue, you will relax in the uber comfy queen sized bed with beautiful antique French linen sheets. The ensuite bathroom is in its original 1920's Art Deco incarnation including the stunning large basin and mirror set. There is a comfortable daybed/single bed with organic latex mattress for a comfy place to sit and read, or for an extra person to sleep. Guest AccessYou are welcome to relax throughout the first floor parlor, sitting room and dining room, or on the large porches to enjoy your morning coffee or soak up a sunset over the catskill mountain range. We have a pool for those that enjoy swimming in the warm season. We serve organic coffee and teas in the dining room every morning that some guests enjoy on the porches in fine weather. We don't share access to the kitchen, however tea and coffee making facilities are available in the dining room throughout the day. Interaction with GuestsWe will welcome you and show you around and make sure you are comfortable and know how to contact us for help or information. After that we give your privacy to relax and enjoy the space. We have separate living quarters on the third floor with our own stairwell so you are ensured privacy and peace. The NeighborhoodJust a few minutes from dining in the popular Roundout area with its antique stores, galleries and marina and nearby to uptown Kingston which is worth a visit to check out the farmers market, restaurants, bars, cafés and beautiful historic buildings.  As well you will be within 20 minute a drive to Woodstock, Stoneridge, Saugerties, Rhinebeck, Bard College and all the activities in the area such as walking, hiking, rock climbing and skiing.   West Chestnut St is one of the most beautiful streets in Kingston known for its historic homes. Jervis McEntee the famous landscape artist lived on the street with his family including the famous colonel, as did Calvert Vaux who was the renowned landscape architect and partner to Frederic Olmsted who designed Central Park in NYC. A walk down the end of the street will find you at the cemetery also designed by him (where he is also laid to rest) and where the natural landscape reminds one of Central Park. Getting AroundTrain from Penn station to Rhinecliff. Bus from Port Authority to Kingston terminal. Other Things to NoteThis is a historic home, with creaky floors, and sticking doors (if the rain should really pour). If you prefer modern and new, our home is not the place for you. For those that prize things made by hand, kept original (as much as we can), I'm sure you'll find there's comfort here, in warm wood, and welcome cheer. As much as we love children we are not set up for them, so 18+ guests only thanks. We have separate living quarters so that your privacy is maintained. Our small dog is contained so that guests won't be disturbed or need to worry about allergies.
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    The Space* Comfy double bed with antique French linen/metis sheets * high speed wifi * parlor with piano/guitars lots of comfy chairs * sitting room with fireplace * dining room with big round table * large porches to enjoy sunsets and views of catskill mountains (winter) *.Well maintained pool * Nearby to restaurants/shops in popular Rondout district We are producer musician Malcolm Burn and songwriter singer Sandrine who welcome you to La Maison Bleue and West Chestnut St which are a part of the rich history of the Hudson Valley. Situated overlooking and a short walk or drive from the popular Rondout district with its marina, cafe's, restaurants, galleries and antique stores, uptown Kingston (and some of the oldest buildings in the country) is also a short drive to experience it's farmers markets, galleries, antiques, and dining. The historic towns of Rhinebeck, Stoneridge, Woodstock, Rosendale, New Palz, and Red Hook are all within a 20 minute  drive as is Bard College.   This listing is for The Cordts Room. The room is named after Tildy (now Davenport) who grew up in the house and who's bedroom it was in the 30's. A comfy bed with antique French linens ensure a great sleep while a comfy vintage chair and side table give you somewhere to relax or put a few things aside from the charming original hand- made painted closet. This is the smallest room in La Maison Bleue, but with all the comforts of our larger rooms except for the extra space. As the rest of the home is so spacious and open to you to relax in, it should be an enjoyable stay. The bathroom across the hall with its stunning original Art Deco basin and mirror is sometimes shared with another room when La Maison Bleue is fully booked. Built in 1898 by noted architect Mr. Hillier for local Hardware mogul Mr. Townshend, the stone and wood work takes you back to a time of fine craftsmanship and elegant living. Guest AccessYou are welcome to relax on the large porches to soak up a sunrise or sunset over the catskill mountain range. We have a pool for those that enjoy swimming in the warm season. There is a parlor with a piano and plenty of comfy seating, a sitting room with fireplace and a dining room where coffee is served in the morning. Feel free to relax and enjoy the home at your leisure. The kitchen is not a shared area but tea/coffee making facilities are available all day in the dining room. Interaction with GuestsWe will show you around, make sure you are comfortable and know how to contact us for help or information. After that we give your privacy to relax and enjoy your rooms, the home and the scenery. We have our private living area on the third floor, so the main home can be enjoyed by the guests. The NeighborhoodJust a few minutes from dining in the popular Roundout area with its antique stores, galleries and marina.  As well you will be within 20 minute a drive to Woodstock, Stoneridge, Saugerties, Rhinebeck, Bard College and all the activities in the area such as walking, hiking, rock climbing and skiing.  Uptown Kingston is also nearby and worth a visit to check out the farmers market restaurants, bars, cafés and beautiful historic buildings. West Chestnut St is one of the most beautiful streets in Kingston known for its historic homes. Jervis McEntee the famous landscape artist lived on the street with his family including the famous colonel, as did Calvert Vaux who was the renowned landscape architect and partner to Frederic Olmsted who designed Central Park in NYC. A walk down the end of the street will find you at the cemetery also designed by him (where he is also laid to rest). It is a beautiful place to walk as its natural landscape may remind you somewhat of Central Park. Getting AroundTrain from Penn station to Rhinecliff. Bus from Port Authority to Kingston terminal. Taxis will take you from either Rhinecliff train station or the Kingston bus terminal. The Rondout is walking distance, whereas you will prefer a cab or car to get to and from uptown Kingston. Other Things to NoteThis is a historic home, with creaky floors, and sticking doors (if the rain should really pour). If you prefer modern and new, our home is not the place for you. For those that prize things made by hand, kept original (as much as we can), I'm sure you'll find there's comfort here, in warm wood, and welcome cheer.
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    Stunning room in a beautiful Victorian home. Enjoy your Hudson Valley stay in a casual, friendly household in Kingston's historic Stockade district. Queen bed/wifi/Fan (NO AC- other rooms have, if desired) - shared kitchen, bath, W/D, cable TV.
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    The Space* Uber comfy antique queen bed * high speed wifi * beautiful antique French linen sheets * antique linen draped settee in sun drenched turret * antique desk, credenza, drawers and large closet * large porches to enjoy sunsets and views of catskill mountains (winter) * parlor with Netflix, antique piano lots of comfy chairs * sitting room with fireplace (winter) * dining room with large round table * Pool (in summer) * Nearby to restaurants/shops in popular Rondout district * The large main bathroom only shared when other room is also booked. We are producer/musician Malcolm Burn and songwriter/singer Sandrine who welcome you to our home and West Chestnut St which is a part of the rich history of the Hudson Valley. Situated overlooking and a short walk/drive from the popular Rondout district with its marina, cafe's, restaurants, galleries and antique stores, uptown Kingston (and some of the oldest buildings in the country) is also a short drive to experience it's farmers markets, galleries, antiques, and dining. The historic towns of Rhinebeck, Stoneridge, Woodstock, Rosendale, New Palz, and Red Hook are all within a 20 minute  drive as is Bard College.   This listing is for The Hillier Room. High ceilings and the rounded walls of the Queen Anne architecture give this spacious 'turret' room an elegant airy feel. An uber comfy queen bed with vintage linens and settee ensure relaxation. A writing desk with pretty Queen Anne legs that has seen its share of creativity and perhaps a frustrated writer or two as well as a vintage credenza complete the room with a built in closet and drawers. Built in 1898 by noted architect Mr. Hillier for local Hardware mogul Mr. Townshend, the stone and wood work takes you back to a time of fine craftsmanship and elegant living. Guest AccessThe first floor rooms (parlor, sitting and dining), porches, pool,and pool area, and of course your second floor bedroom and bathroom. We don't share kitchen access. We have a private back stairwell to our third floor living space. Interaction with GuestsMalcolm or Sandrine will welcome you and show you to your room, and then leave you to enjoy your getaway. We are always available by text/phone or airbnb message to help. The NeighborhoodClose to dining in the popular Roundout area with its antique stores, galleries and marina.  As well you will be within 20 minute a drive to Woodstock, Stoneridge, Saugerties, Rhinebeck, Bard College and all the activities in the area such as walking, hiking, rock climbing and skiing.  Uptown Kingston is also nearby and worth a visit to check out the farmers markets, great bars and excellent dining. West Chestnut St is one of the most beautiful streets in Kingston known for its historic homes. Jervis McEntee the famous landscape artist lived on the street with his family including the famous colonel, as did Calvert Vaux who was the renowned landscape architect and partner to Frederic Olmsted who designed Central Park in NYC. Getting AroundTrain from Penn station to Rhinecliff. Bus from Port Authority to Kingston terminal. Taxis will be available to bring you to and from the train or bus station. Other Things to NoteThis is a historic home and as such there will be creaky floors, and sticking doors (if the rain should really pour), if you prefer modern and new, this may not be the place for you. But if you love warm wood and As much as we love children we are not set up for them, so 18+ guests only thanks. We have separate living quarters so that your privacy is maintained. Our small dog is contained so that guests won't be disturbed or need to worry about allergies.
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    Unique round room in a beautiful Victorian home. Enjoy your Hudson Valley stay in a casual, friendly household in Kingston's historic Stockade district, less than 10 miles to Woodstock. Queen bed/wifi/AC - shared kitchen, bath, W/D, cable TV.
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    4br Home/Apartment
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    • Swimming Pool
    The Space* 5 spacious bedrooms with queens and double beds + one single sleeping 11 * views over the catskill mountains * antique French linens on comfortable beds * piano and guitars in parlor for entertaining or creativity * sitting room with couches, chairs, books * large dining room table * spacious porches to enjoy sunsets and views *.Well maintained pool (non-heated 'above ground' level with the ground and surrounded in decking and bluestone.) * Nearby to restaurants/shops in popular Rondout district *fully equipped kitchen in original 20-30's condition with great Art Deco gas stove/oven, big porcelain sink and new Miele dishwasher Our home was built in 1898 and is a part of the rich history of the Hudson Valley. Built by noted architect Mr. Hillier for the local Hardware store owner Mr Townshend, the stone work and wood work take you back to a time of fine craftmanship. Each of the five bedrooms are airy and relaxing with uber comfy queen or double beds with fine antique French linens. Designed around the stunning oak mezzanine, they branch off with views to different directions. Beautiful hardwood floors with Persian rugs, eclectic antique furniture and lots of interesting collectibles. The first floor's stately rooms connected by huge oak pocket doors gives the option to have an 'open plan' quite unique to this time period. There are many comfortable light filled or cosy spaces in the parlor, sitting room and dining room to sit and read or chat with friends. The Art Deco bathrooms are in their 1920's incarnation, when the Victorian bathrooms would have been updated and have stunning Art Deco fittings. The kitchen was also updated around this time period or perhaps a little later in the 30's and retains its wonderful gas oven which is a pleasure for cooking, as well as its wonderful large porcelain sink. A walk in butchers pantry connects the dining room to the kitchen. Guest AccessAccess to the entire home 'proper' (two large floors). No access to the third floor or basement level. We have a separate back stairwell leading to our private self contained apartment on the third floor, and give our guests privacy in the home unless we are required or in the case of an emergency. Interaction with GuestsWe will show you around the home and make sure you know how to contact us. We are always responsive to texts/emails/calls for any help that might be required. After that, we leave you to enjoy your getaway. The NeighborhoodWest Chestnut St is one of the most beautiful streets in Kingston known for its historic homes. Jervis McEntee the famous landscape artist lived on the street with his family including the famous colonel, as did Calvert Vaux who was the renowned landscape architect and partner to Frederic Olmsted who designed Central Park in NYC. A short walk will find you at the cemetery also designed by him (where he is also laid to rest) and where the natural landscape reminds one of Central Park. Getting AroundJust a few minutes from dining in the popular Roundout area with its antique stores and galleries and marina. As well you will be within 20 minute a drive to Woodstock, Stoneridge, Saugerties, Rhinebeck, Bard College and all the activities in the area such as walking, hiking, rock climbing and skiing. Uptown Kingston is also worth a visit to check out the restaurants, bars, cafés and beautiful historic buildings. Trains from Penn station to Rhinebeck, buses from Port Authority to Kingston. Other Things to NoteThis is an old home, and as such it has its charms and quirks. We just ask that guests respect its age.
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    The SpaceOur house is unique in that it's a lovely old Victorian with lots of quirks. It's creaky and huge, with lots of period detail and a back staircase and high ceilings. Interaction with GuestsWe can socialize if you're feeling friendly, or you can keep to yourself. We like all kinds. The NeighborhoodThe nice thing about our house is the central location. You can walk to restaurants and bars locally. Or you can drive to neighboring small towns. There's a great Farmer's Market within walking distance on Saturdays. Getting AroundTrailways Bus is a ten-minute walk. Amtrak is a 20 minute drive. I will provide a driving service for a fee.
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    Come enjoy The King Suite at a lovely stone house filled with antiques and fine things. A charming bedroom and intimate dining room. Sun porch. Elegant living room.
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    5br Home/Apartment
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    This beautiful Queen Anne Victorian is located in the heart of Kingston's historic Uptown district, within walking distance of numerous cafes, bars, and shops. It features numerous prewar details and includes a yard with a fire pit, BBQ,and koi pond.
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    Excellent
    5 reviews
    2br Bedroom
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    The SpaceA home away from home. Easy come and go. Parking adjacent. Guest AccessWifi, Cable TV, Kitchen, Private bathroom, Private entrance The NeighborhoodHistoric Uptown Kingston-the first capital of New York State. Just one block from the oldest four corners of stone houses in the United States and New York's first Senate House. This neighborhood is flourishing art, music, restaurants, cafes, and shopping. Getting AroundWe are one block from the bus station to Port Authority. This neighborhood is extremely walkable and cabs are readily available.
    Hotel
    212br 3-star Hotel
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    This family-friendly Kingston hotel is located in a rural location, within a 15-minute walk of Senate House State Historic Site and Forsyth Park. Hunter Mountain is 30 mi (48.4 km) away.
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    Good
    5 reviews
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    Come enjoy The Full Suite at a lovely stone house filled with antiques and fine things. A charming bedroom and intimate dining room. Sun porch. Elegant living room.
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    Here's a large, comfortable room across the hall from the bathroom. This room gets incredible morning light and has hardwood floors and bay windows. Please convince my spouse to get this treadmill out of the room!   There are 2 twin beds in this room; you can keep them together or separate them a bit.   
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    4br b&b
    • Pets Allowed
    We live in a gorgeous four-bedroom Victorian in Uptown Kingston, New York. We offer our rooms at budget prices, plus coffee in the morning. Our family sleeps downstairs, and we have 3 children and pets, so these rooms are for the flexible, child-friendly traveller. The location is superb (20 minutes from Woodstock, Rhinebeck, Catskill hiking, the Hudson River, etc.) and the rooms are simple and beautiful. Come on over and see how it feels to be treated well without being ripped off by the corporate monolith. Uptown Kingston. 20 minutes to everything! Near the bus station, train station, mountains, river, quant shops and tiny river towns. Gorgeous!
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    Quality Inn & Suites Kingston is located in Kingston and attractions in the region include Montgomery Place, Bard College, and Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site. Regional points of interest also include Omega Institute. Quality Inn & Suites Kingston's restaurant serves breakfast and lunch. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool and a fitness facility. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include an arcade/game room and laundry facilities. There are 142 guestrooms at Quality Inn & Suites Kingston. Bathrooms feature hair dryers. Complimentary Internet access is provided. Guestrooms offer phones with voice mail as well as complimentary local calls (restrictions may apply). Televisions have cable channels. Air conditioned rooms also include irons/ironing boards. Guests may request wake up calls.
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    1br villa
      UPON ENTERING THE STABLES YOU ARE IMMEDIATELY TAKEN BY THE BEAUTY OF THE SPACE. WHERE ONCE ENGLISH QUARTER HORSES WERE HOUSED YOU WILL FIND A LUXURIOUS ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT COMPLETE WITH COOKS KITCHEN, BEDROOM WITH QUEEN SIZE BED, A SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM WITH ORIGINAL PLANK FLOORS AND LIBRARY GALLERY. THE CLASSIC LEATHER COUCH AND FURNISHINGS ADD TO THE CHARM OF THE SPACE. THERE IS AN UNBELIEVABLE DINING ROOM WITH STONE FLOOR AND THE ORIGINAL MASSIVE WORK TABLE BUILT IN 1931 RESTORED AND RE-PURPOSED FOR FINE DINING. RICH DARK BROWN WAINSCOTTING WALLS ARE THROUGHOUT.THE ORIGINAL FEED ROOM HAS BEEN CREATIVELY TRANSFORMED INTO A WONDERFUL TILED BATHROOM WITH LARGE STALL SHOWER AND FINE TOWELS. THE EQUESTRIAN THEME IS THROUGHOUT. THE SPACE IS WELL LIT FOR INTIMATE EVENINGS ALSO. BUILT IN 1931, THE CARRIAGE HOUSE STABLES WERE PART OF A GREAT ENGLISH TUDOR ESTATE. THERE WERE ONLY THREE PREVIOUS OWNERS SINCE BUILT, THE LAST OWNING IT FOR MORE THAN FORTY YEARS. AS YEARS PASSED, IT FELL INTO DISREPAIR AND WAS IN A SAD STATE WHEN THE CURRENT OWNERS, ANGELO AND TONY CAME ALONG. NOW RESTORED TO IT'S FORMER GLORY, SOME SAY EVEN BETTER THAN EVER, YOU WILL FIND A SERENE PRIVATE SETTING UNCOMPARABLE TO ANYTHING IN THE SURROUNDING AREA. TAKE TIME TO RELAX ON YOUR STONE PATIO FURNISHED WITH LOVELY GARDEN FURNITURE AND ENJOY A GLASS OF WINE OR PERHAPS ALFRESCO DINING. A STAY AT THE STABLES IN THE CARRIAGE HOUSE OR THE BEAUTIFUL LOFT APARTMENT ABOVE WILL BE A TRULY MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE. Located in Kingston but on the edge of town the Stables is next to a horse farm and golf course with amazing views of the mountains in the distance. We are minutes from Uptown, Midtown and the wonderful Kingston waterfront. Really a special location, you get a country feel with town conveniences on a beautiful estate. We can be reached by car, Amtrack in Rhinecliff, Trailways bus in Kingston and are only less than 2 hours from N.Y.C.
      house
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        Our English Tudor Carriage House has a tastefully renovated loft apartment on the second floor. Located on a small private estate on the edge of town if offers peace and tranquility with all of the amenities of a fine hotel.The plush queen sized bed sleeps two comfortably and there is also an additional single bed. It is an open floor plan beautifully decorated with a fully equipped cooks kitchen, dining table seating four, a very lovely living room and modern bathroom. There is a bluestone patio for outside dining or just sitting and enjoying the property The setting is amazing. Located next to a small horse farm and golf course with views of the mountains in the distance, yet we are minutes from the heart of Kingston with its resturants, galleries,shops, museums and all that it has to offer. Located on the Magnificent Hudson River in the heart of the beautiful Hudson Valley, Kingston has been attracting visitors for three centuries. Full of history, there is so much to see and do in the area. Woodstock and Rhinebeck are close neighboring towns to explore as well as the many sights in the Valley. The Carriage House makes a perfect weekend getaway and is also great for extended stays Minutes from the new york state thruway, less than two hours from Manhattan, Woodstock, Rhinebeck. New Paltz, Stone Ridge all a short ride. A great home base conviently located to explore the Hudson Valley and all that it has to offer. The Carriage House is located in Kingston at the edge of town with a horse farm and golf course next door. Minutes from the heart of town, KIngston has so much to offer, Uptown with it's trendy restaurants, galleries and shops, Midtown with it's Broadway theater with top name entertainment and a vibrant waterfront downtown filled with restaurants, galleries, shops and boating on the Hudson River/.
        b&b
        1br b&b
        • Pets Allowed
        The Des Artistes Bedroom @ The Church Des Aristes Guest House is a unique retreat from your everyday life to a comfy private bedroom in a unique 1800's church transformed into a home and studios by a composer and artist couple. Freshly ironed linens and serene artwork adorn The Des Artistes Master Bedroom along with stained glass windows. Overlooking the courtyard garden, the gentle gurgle of the fountain enhances the deeply rejuvenating experience of relaxation in the evenings.
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          The Gallery Inn is spacious loft style accommodation filled with contemporary art that honors it's twenty year history as an art gallery. It's very sunny and airy with windows on three sides letting in plenty of morning and afternoon light. Located just a few blocks from the historic Kingston waterfront in a 1860's historic brick building where you can visit the Hudson River Maritime Museum (the new winter home of sloop Clearwater), the Trolley Museum of New York, several art galleries and antique centers, marinas, a seasonal water taxi, and the new Kingston waterfront promenade, and many great restaurants and cafes. A short drive or taxi ride will take you to historic Uptown Kingston filled with coffee shops, unique gift stores, the Senate House State Historic Site, and the Persen House which is on the oldest four corners of original stone houses in America. During the summer months the Farmers Market and outdoor Crafts Market is a major attraction. Venture further out into the country side for hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, historic mansions and wineries. (Note: I have a minimum stay of two nights on weekends only) Kingston is Exit 19 on the New York State Thruway. The Gallery Inn is located in the Downtown Rondout Waterfront district which is renowned for its lively marinas, award-winning restaurants, eclectic shops, art galleries, and a charming waterside promenade. Kingston Point Beach is a picturesque destination for swimming, picnicking and boat-launching; nearby, the Kingston Point Dog Park is a favorite with area dog-lovers. There is plenty of on street parking available usually right out front. There is metered parking on the Inn side of the street and free parking right across the street and on all side streets.
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          Just a nice, comfortable room with a queen bed facing a quiet, side street in our huge Victorian. The newly renovated bathroom is right next door, the floors are lovely hardwood, there's a cool back staircase, and the house is filled with period detail. We love this house and suspect you will, too.  
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          1br b&b
          • Pets Allowed
          The "Library Room" is the ground floor bedroom of a unique B&B; curated by a composer and artist couple who live in a large renovated church hall in the Rondout section of Kingston. Tucked into the back of a courtyard just up the street from restaurants, marinas, art galleries, boating,kayaking, and easy drives to hikes and swimming or skiing The Church Des Artistes served as home to our children as well as our music and art studios. The childrens bedrooms have been artfully transformed into unique Bed and Breakfast rooms. We are perfectly situated less than 20 minutes drive from Woodstock, Bard College, Rhinebeck, Rosendale, mountain lakes and waterfalls. Organic coffee and teas are included along with highspeed WIFI internet access. The home is filled with beautiful abstract expressionist paintings. "The Library Retreat" is on the ground floor with its own private en suite bathroom. The room has a very comfy queen sized canopy bed, a single bed and a writing desk. With a "turn of the century" decor adorned with antiques and paintings one is instantly transported to another time of elegance, beauty and simplicity. While we are generally working in our studios guests are welcome to come in for a tour. In addition to free coffee and tea we are happy to prepare a farm to table home cooked breakfast for ten dollars per guest. On nice days we serve breakfast in the garden and in inclement weather guests gather around the farm table in the kitchen. From a recent guest review: "If all you want are clean white sheets, abundant towels, scrumptious breakfasts, coffee and tea, and a beautiful interior, you'll be satisfied. But on top of that Peter and Julie are exceptionally gracious and graceful hosts whose artistry infuses the entire place, and whose conversation is a kind of tonic. Hurray for them and you if you're lucky enough to stay here." We are located near the top of the hill on Wurts Street in the quiet Rondout neighborhood of Kingston. A short stroll down our street takes you to shops, galleries, restaurants, museums and marinas. There is plenty of free on street parking in front of Church Des Artistes Guest House and arrangements can also be made to park in our courtyard behind our gates. While some guests come by train or bus for a quiet retreat others like to use us as a base for jaunts into the neighboring mountains for hiking, swimming, skiing and the like. We are perfectly situated between a number of attractions and less than 20 minutes from Bard, Woodstock, Rosendale, New Paltz, Rhinebeck and Saugerties.
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          Here's a large room with hardwood floors, a bay window, and a wooden table at one side (not pictured). The newly renovated bathroom is right next door, there's a nice oriental rug, a cool back staircase leading to the kitchen, and lots of period detail in the rest of the house. We love it here and suspect you will, too.    
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          A child friendly room, but also good for easy-going travellers, hikers, young people, or those with 3 in their party. This room has hardwood floors, bay windows, and lots of light. There's a bunk bed with a trundle underneath the lower bunk, so 3 can sleep comfortably.    
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          5br Home/Apartment
          • Wifi
          • Parking
          The Space The entire church living space is now available for booking your family & friend reunions -! We are an artist and composer who have lived and worked in our circa 1860 church for 20 years, our children have grown and we are ready to travel. The chapel has a 'great room' with soaring 24" ceilings, a balcony, a Steinway grand piano, comfortable chairs and couches to relax in and turbospeed wireless broadband signal throughout the building. There are four beautiful bedrooms which sleep up to 10 people, each bedroom has armoires, desks and settees for retreat and rest, three of the bedrooms are upstairs and one is on the first floor. The three full bathrooms are all on the first floor, two have claw-foot tubs, one a huge soaker and the other has a gloriously high pressure shower as does our third tub which also has jacuzzi jets. The kitchen is the original church kitchen boasting a 8 burner cast iron stove, antique pine cupboards, a large farm table that will seat ten, or the harvest table in the great room seats 10. There are 2 sinks, plenty of chopping work tables, a collection of pots and pans for cooking. We provide dishes, cutlery and glassware. When the weather is fine we recommend eating outside in our private courtyard garden, there are farm tables and chairs available for dinning outside. The Church is located in the Historic Rondout area in Kingston NY. and is close to the Rondout river and the Hudson river. There are restaurants, cafes, galleries, antique shops, marinas just down the hill from us. Kingston abounds with history. Kingston's farmers market runs every Saturday and Tuesday from May through September hosting many of our local farmers and fresh organic produce can be found at our local CSA Monday Wednesday and Friday. The uptown Stockade district was burned by the indigenous Esopus tribe of Lenape Indians in a war with the colonialist New Netherlanders and later British soldiers in 1777. Kingston became the first capital of New York State in 1777 and is still a very happening and beautiful place to explore both the history of the state and a vibrant contemporary arts scene hosting numerous musical and arts events like the O+ festival and "First Saturdays" Art openings", The Kingston International Festival of the Arts, and great new restaurants and pubs sprouting up each season. We provide towels and linens, we also provide separate towels for trips to nearby lakes and swimming holes. The washer and dryer are available for use. PLEASE NOTE: The required Ulster County 2% tax and the 8% NY State tax is not handled by Airbnb and we will need to collect taxes due upon arrival. Guest AccessFull access to our church kitchen, fantastic for chefs with an 8 burner gas range and outdoor bbq. Also use of the Great Hall and all 4 bathrooms. Interaction with GuestsWhen you book the entire space we hand you the keys @ check in and leave for the duration.
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          Excellent
          3 reviews
          4br Home/Apartment
            The SpaceThis is a lovely, spacious Victorian in a wonderful location if you wish to be in the middle of everything. Close to Woodstock, Kingston shopping, the Hudson River, Bard College, the Catskills -- it's all here. The house is fully equipped with all the amenities. Guest AccessGuests have access to all that a large home has to offer. Four night minimum for house rental, please. Interaction with GuestsI'm available by telephone or email if you have any questions about the house. I do respectfully ask potential guests to allow a telephone call via Airbnb to ensure our safety and security. You never know who will steal the stuffed animals and run away with our cat. Thank you for your cooperation! The NeighborhoodNeighborhood is quiet and lovely. Ten minute walk to Farmer's Market on Saturday. Lots of restaurants, diners, and bars are walking distance. Getting AroundThe house is five minutes from a bus station with direct service to New York City. Twenty minutes from Amtrak. Five minutes off the New York Thruway. Other Things to NoteThere's a small Intex pool at the back of the house that's great for children in summer. It has chlorine and a filter.
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            1 review
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            The SpaceA romantic getaway in the historic Rondout featuring the Queen Anne room that's 16ft. x 12ft. with a wonderful Queen size bed surrounded by victorian period furniture all on original wide board floors. Put on a chandelier or turn on the lamps for a warmer atmosphere. Now that it's autumn, enjoy the glowing wood pellet stove that sets off a high flame then walk to the waterfront and spend a day by the marina, restaurants, antiquing, art galleries, Maritime and Trolley Museum and shopping! Joggers take off to Kingston Point beach to check out the tide. We serve a full breakfast where you can eat on the wrap-around porch and watch the sun rise! or sit in the dining room in a candlelit atmosphere. Get married around the corner at the Celebration Chapel or stroll downtown and visit The Rondout Music Lounge for live entertainment. There's more to do and you can (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) "Kingston Happenings" for a full calendar of events that take place here, and around town. Hope to see you soon! The NeighborhoodIt's a Historic district, rich in architecture, filled with artists from all over the world! Getting AroundTrailways bus takes you to and from NYC, Amtrak is just 10 mins. away across the river, MetroNorth is 20 mins. in Poughkeepsie and you can take a trolly to the beach! The RipVanWinkle Tour Cruise along the Hudson is within walking distance!
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            4br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            • Parking
            The SpaceThe Saint James, a Kingston New York vacation home rental. Hot tub!!! The Saint James is an enchanting entire home for rent in Uptown Kingston. If you're looking for a something really special in Kingston or the Hudson Valley-The Saint James is perfect for that romantic weekend getaway or trip upstate with family or friends! If you need a place to host some of your wedding guests, this beautiful home will be sure to impress them. The Saint James is a Beautifully restored 1890’s Victorian home located in the historic Stockade district. The house is furnished with a mix of designer, modern, and vintage finds from the Hudson Valley. The airy 2 story home provides lots of natural sunlight and air. This cozy and spacious house is vacation ready and boasts 3 airy bedrooms that can sleep 6 (inquire about 4 optional bedroom to sleep a total of 8), large dining room, living room / fire place room, entertainment family room, kitchen, 2 full baths plus gated front and gated backyard. We’re conveniently located in uptown Kingston- less than 2 hours from NYC and just a few minutes walking distance from the Uptown Kingston Restaurants, bars, shops and Trailways bus station. We’re less than 15 minutes from Rhinebeck and other neighboring towns like Woodstock / New Paltz etc... Short to longer term rentals available, please inquire within. Looking for a different kind of space or size? Check out our other airbnb listings. Bedrooms: Bedroom 1: Master bedroom with king bed Bedroom 2: Guest bedroom with 1 queen bed Bedroom 3: Guest bedroom with 1 queen bed Bedroom 4:Guest bedroom with 1 Full bed Setting/location: -Less than 7 min walk into town for great shopping, restaurants, bars, and Farmer’s Market Guest AccessEntire Home Gated front and back yard & patio spaces Access to vegetable and herb gardens Access to BBQ Access to washer and dryer in basement Interaction with GuestsOwners will not be present. Guests will have complete privacy. Owner does live across the street and can be present if needed, but travels often and prefers to give guest autonomy. The NeighborhoodLocated in Uptown Kingston, we're walking distance (7 min) from bus station and Stockade District which is filled with great restaurants, bars, shops, and more! Getting AroundYou can walk into town, there's local cabs too if you don't have your own transportation.
            Home/Apartment
            1br Home/Apartment
            • Wifi
            The SpaceThe apartment is located 2 blocks up from the waterfront, in a historic 1820's federal style building. The beautifully restored one bedroom apartment on the third floor is smoke-free and pet-free. It consists of a large living room, bedroom, bathroom with walk-in shower, small den and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with dishes, glasses, cookware, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker for overnight stays. (Longer stays for more than two nights with use of full kitchen can be arranged with advance notice). The closets are fully stocked with linens, blankets, towels, iron and ironing board. The bathroom also has a hair dryer. Uniquely decorated in an eclectic mix of antiques, contemporary furniture, and vintage art, the apartment still offers all the modern day conveniences-Cable TV, A/C , Roku/Netflix and High Speed Wireless Internet. It’s only a short walk to the waterfront, Rondout Visitor Center, Hudson River Maritime Museum (new winter home of sloop Clearwater), the New York Trolley Museum,art galleries, antique centers, specialty shops, marinas, and the new Kingston waterfront promenade, as well as a number of great restaurants and cafes. The historic Rondout waterfront also offers daily and evening sunset cruises along the Hudson River, trolley rides, monthly art openings, waterfront concerts and numerous seasonal festivals and events. You are within 30 minutes of wineries, historic mansions, hiking, rail trail biking, kayaking, fly fishing, public tennis and golf facilities. Enjoy world-class horse shows at HITS, only 15 minutes away. In winter, indulge in downhill skiing, cross-country and snow tubing at Hunter, Belleayre or Windham Mountains. Guest AccessFor stormy days, each apartment has games, playing cards, books and magazines. There is also a secured outdoor alley for storage of bicycles and/or other small sports equipment. Interaction with GuestsWe make a point of meeting all our guests to welcome them in and to share our knowledge of the local area, our favorite restaurants, shops and events. Once we hand over the keys, guests are free to make themselves "at home". Each apartment is set up to be self-sufficient for casual weekenders or long term vacationers. If you need anything else, we are only a phone call away. The NeighborhoodIt’s only a short walk to restaurants, museums, boutiques, antique shops, marinas, the Rondout Visitor Center and the Hudson River Maritime Museum. Take advantage of the seasonal water taxi, daily and evening sunset cruises along the Hudson River, trolley rides, monthly art openings, waterfront concerts and numerous seasonal festivals and events. Explore the surrounding residential neighborhood, filled with interesting architectural and historical homes set along winding streets, providing challenging walks and local color. Getting Around1) By car, it's only two hours from NYC. 2) For car-less vacations, it's an easy trip from NYC: either the Adirondack Trailways bus from Port Authority to Kingston or the Amtrak train from Grand Central Station to Rhinecliff. Then it's just a short taxi ride to the Loft. The waterfront is very walk-able. For local transportation, there is the City bus, taxis and Enterprise Car Rentals. Other Things to NoteFor stays beyond two nights we offer special HOUSEKEEPING RATES (full use of kitchen/stove): $575-$875 plus lodging tax per wee(URL HIDDEN) $(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) plus lodging tax per month (Stays of 90 days or less are subject to 10.6% New York State sales & lodging tax.) ADDITIONAL FEES PER WEEKLY and/or MONTHLY STAY: $125/Cleaning & Insurance Fee - covers complete cleaning of kitchen and stove/oven
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            Bedroom
            • Wifi
            • Pets Allowed
            • Breakfast
            • Parking
            The SpaceWe are a composer and artist couple who live in a large renovated church hall in the Rondout section of Kingston, just up the street from restaurants, marinas, art galleries, boating,kayaking, and easy drives to hikes and swimming or skiing. We are perfectly situated less than 20 minutes drive from Woodstock, Bard College, Rhinebeck, Rosendale, mountain lakes and waterfalls. Organic coffee and teas are included along with highspeed WIFI internet access. The home is filled with beautiful abstract expressionist paintings. "The Library Retreat" is on the ground floor with its own en suite bathroom. The room has a very comfy queen sized canopy bed, a single bed and a writing desk. With a "turn of the century" decor adorned with antiques and paintings one is instantly transported to another time of elegance, beauty and simplicity. While we are generally working in our studios guests are welcome to come in for a tour. In addition to free coffee and tea we are happy to prepare a delicious locally sourced home cooked breakfast for fifteen dollars per guest. On nice days we serve breakfast in the courtyard garden and in inclement weather guests gather around the farm table in the kitchen for breakfast. Guest AccessFree turbospeed wifi internet access is available throughout the house and in the garden. Interaction with GuestsWe usually make a point to be home to greet our guests and get them settled in their rooms and from then on they are on their own to come and go as they please. While we are happy to share our passion for the area with guests and hear about their discoveries we also respect those that wish to come for retreat and privacy. They are always welcome to knock on our studio door if they need anything or call us if we are not at home. The NeighborhoodThe "Rondout" is our neighborhood and is the waterfront district of Kingston, along the Rondout River where marinas restaurants, shops and museums are a short walk down the hill from us. Our neighborhood is a wonderful mix of stately homes and row houses and churches galore. The ring of church bells from neighboring churches is part of the charm of relaxing in our courtyard. Getting AroundThere are city buses and taxis to the Kingston Bus Station and across the river to the Amtrak station in Rhinecliff. A popular method of getting here from NYC is to take Metronorth to Poughkeepsie and rent a car from Enterprise that picks you up at the station. Other Things to NoteWe are required by Ulster County and NY State to collect a 10% room occupancy tax which upon checkout via check or cash. There is a $30 dollar pet fee per stay.