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