Irvington, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Irvington

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The SpaceEasy walk to Metro North Hudson line and access to all NYC has to offer. Perfect location for visiting historic Hudson Valley. Guest AccessVery quiet comfortable room with your own bathroom across the hall. Cable TV on first floor. Can provide continental breakfast each morning. Interaction with GuestsCan provide you with information on the local area.. other than that you are on your own. Getting AroundNice walk straight uphill from Metro North train station. If you arrive by train see directions once reservation is confirmed.
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The SpaceLarge and well-appointed, super-comfy 5 bedroom home, available as your base to explore the sights and sounds of Manhattan, or as a launching pad to explore the surrounding historic Hudson Valley. Just 35 minutes north (by train) to New York City/Manhattan, or 35 minutes by car. Arrangement is negotiable depending on how many you are and the dates you need. Your stay will entitle you to full use of the house, including gourmet kitchen with granite counters/Thermador oven/Sub-Zero refrig and all the things you need to cook a home-style meal. Gas fireplace in a great living room that will enable you to enjoy games and quality time. TV/video console and all the extras that your kids would want in a separate den. Full dining room, eat-in kitchen, backyard with access to hiking trails, nearby (100 yards) playground, tennis courts and basketball court. From MEMORIAL DAY to LABOR DAY, you can also use the large (private, neighborhood) community pool 1.5 blocks away. All in a quaint historic town of Tarrytown, with an express train regularly to Manhattan. Enjoy the thrill of the cosmopolitan city, but come home to the luxury of a two-story colonial with views of the Hudson River, the twinkling night sky, and the peace and safety of the suburbs. An unforgettable opportunity to seize a luxury lifestyle, with plenty of space to spread out. Taxi to the local train station is a mere $4 and takes 6 minutes. Lots of restaurants in the nearby towns of Tarrytown and Irvington, and historic properties like Lyndhurst, Tarrytown House, Sunnyside and other estates all within walking distance, as is a 30 mile trail for hiking and jogging without a road (and fumes) nearby ... the historic Croton Aqueduct Path, one of the best jewels of this part of the suburbs. Lots of small storefronts to shop on Main Street which lead down to the picturesque Hudson River. Come and take a break one day from the bustle of the city, to explore the more "countryside" part of New York. Note that there are 3 cats that live in the house, so it is not suitable for folks with allergies to animals. Guest AccessDepending upon the time of your visit, the sleeping situation is negotiable. From December 23-January 3, the place is all yours ... you have it to yourselves. Over Thanksgiving, you are probably sharing the home with me (the Mom) and occasionally, the kids will sleep here. Interaction with GuestsHappy to have you, please be respectful. The NeighborhoodSmack in the middle of the historic Hudson Valley, a quick train ride to Manhattan. Other Things to NoteThe number of teenagers who will be around the home will depend upon the days/ weeks you book.
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The SpacePerfect base for visiting NYC but escaping to idyllic setting. Cairn House is serene and on quiet, residential, tree-lined dead end street. 5 minute walk to train station to Manhattan (37 minute ride to Grand Central Station), 5 minute walk to quaint, historic village main street, riverfront restaurants, rooftop lounge with panoramic views of Hudson River, shops, etc. An airy room with queen bed and skylight s on third floor. Bathroom on second floor is shared and has jacuzzi bathtub. Another half bath is on first floor. Beautiful open kitchen/dining area available to guests, charming backyard with gas grill, rope hammock, chaise lounges, and marble bistro table. *** For runners and bikers, 27-mile dirt trail nearby. ***Gorgeous riverfront park for jogging and picnics. Local historical attractions like Sunnyside, Lyndhurst, and the Octagon House easy access. Great yoga studio literally around the corner. Off-street parking and wifi included. Guest AccessEverything! Interaction with GuestsI'm friendly and interested in getting to know guests to the extent with which they would like to interact. I also respect privacy and the need for "down" time. The NeighborhoodMy neighborhood is quiet, peaceful, safe, convenient, charming, and friendly Getting AroundTrain and bus are 5 minute walk. Other Things to NoteAlthough I don't provide breakfast, guests are free to use fully equipped kitchen. Also, my Tibetan Terrier Jasper lives here: he's hypoallergenic and friendly. No annoying habits.
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Guest AccessAccess to shared kitchen; Use of bikes and kayak if available 'Help yourself breakfast" includes cereal, yogurt, breakfast bars and fruit-coffee and tea available 24/7 Interaction with GuestsLimited contact with guests except on weekends-guests will have a great deal of privacy but host is available if needed The NeighborhoodQuaint, historic town located on the beautiful Hudson River-Wonderful restaurants and charming art studios and shops Steps from Tallman Mountain Park and 30 minute drive to the upper west side of NYC Getting AroundLocated directly on bus line Other Things to NoteOne friendly Maltese dog- Sorry no other pets permitted No smoking inside home Note the bathroom is shared bathroom We are unable to accommodate long term stays Our preference is guests seeking 1-3 nights.
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The SpacePerfect base for visiting NYC but escaping to idyllic setting. Cairn House is serene and on quiet, residential, tree-lined dead end street. 5 minute walk to train station to Manhattan (37 minute ride to Grand Central Station), 5 minute walk to quaint, historic village main street, riverfront restaurants, rooftop lounge with panoramic views of Hudson River, shops, etc. Small but charming, airy, light-filled room with twin bed on second floor of 3-story house. Bathroom is shared and has jacuzzi bathtub. Beautiful open kitchen/dining area available to guests, backyard with gas grill, rope hammock, chaise lounges, and marble bistro table. *** For runners and bikers, 27-mile dirt trail nearby. ***Gorgeous riverfront park for jogging and picnics. Local historical attractions like Sunnyside, Lyndhurst, and the Octagon House easy access. Great yoga studio literally around the corner. Off-street parking and wifi included. Guest AccessEverything! Interaction with GuestsI'm friendly and interested in getting to know guests to the extent with which they would like to interact. I also respect privacy and the need for "down" time. The NeighborhoodIt's very quiet, safe, peaceful, and friendly. Getting Around5 minute walk to train and bus. Other Things to NoteAlthough I don't provide breakfast, guests are free to use fully equipped kitchen. Also, my Tibetan Terrier Jasper lives here: he's hypoallergenic and friendly. No annoying habits.
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The SpaceThe natural pool is calming and it's a great place to relax with a glass of wine after spending the day sigh seeing in NYC. (URL HIDDEN) Guest AccessThe entire apartment and backyard / pool Interaction with Guestswe'll be around in the mornings and evenings. The NeighborhoodIrvington is beautiful and many consider this the birthplace of Halloween. Besides it's proximity to New York City you will have no shortage of interesting things to see & do in the neighborhood. It is especially kid friendly. Getting AroundThe train to the city is 5 minutes - and a $5 cab ride. If you have a car you can park at the train station.
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The SpaceSpacious double room available. Simply furnished yet comfortable. Down comforter, closet. One single room also available for an additional $55 - perfect for travelers with a child. Breakfast is help yourself : coffee, tea, cereal, muffins, toast etc. Guest AccessBathroom (shared with teenage daughter). Back garden with deck & patio - perfect for breakfast or relaxing after a day in the city. Interaction with GuestsWe are available for recommendations & help, as needed - but also recognize the need for privacy & 'down' time. The NeighborhoodIrvington is a quaint village on the Hudson River, named after the writer, Washington Irving, who lived here. There are a range of restaurants, bars & coffee shops both in our village & in neighboring river towns. Two beautiful parks on the waterfront. Irvington provides easy access to both NYC & the Hudson River Valley. Kykuit (Rockerfellar Estate), Sunnyside (home of Washington Irving), Lyndhurst, Pocantico Church & Stone Barns Center for Agriculture are all nearby. Getting AroundEnjoyable 15 minute walk to train - 45 minute commute alongside Hudson River to Grand Central Station (Hudson River Line) Parking available in our driveway. Other Things to NoteWe do have two cats (Oliver & Monty). They have free range of the house, but we will keep them out of guest rooms. Our house has air conditioning, which we turn on in summer as needed. We have a large back yard, with patio & small vegetable plot. Feel free to enjoy our outdoor space. 27 mile aqueduct trail is one block away - perfect for walking, jogging, cycling. We do live on a main road, so there is some noise from traffic (mainly during rush hour). Our cats are indoor - so please take care not to let them out.
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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 space is a whimsical romantic treasure 15 miles outside of Manhattan. 11 miles from the George Washington Bridge. Our house is a 2 bedroom , (only 1 bedroom usable except on long term rentals, 1 week or more), cottage sitting on the Hudson River Marsh. You can hop a bus to Manhattan or walk and explore the town which is only 1 street. Piermont is the ultimate get away. Close to the city. 45 minutes by car or bus. This is actually the town that Woody Allen filmed Purple Rose of Cairo. Our house sits on the marsh and is at the entrance to Tallman Mountain and steps from the pier. You can also rent kayaks or boats on our street and we have Tallman Mountain pool which does have a daily rate, you don't have to be a member. The pool is set in the mountain overlooking the Hudson. (URL HIDDEN) ...Please note that our house and waterfront property are separated by Paradise Avenue , our street. So you will have to walk across the street to get to the water. You can see from the photos that the street separates our house from our property on the water. Please note that you are welcome to hang out on the grass on our waterfront property but it is not a secluded area. Please check the photos. Please note that this is not a private street. Please note that there is a house on the left of us and a house to the right of us. The pier is not a private pier. All Piermont residents are allowed to use the pier and Tallman State Park is a state park which means that everyone has access to it. The pier is located on the widest part of the Hudson River and you can walk nearly a mile out into the middle of the Hudson which is stunning at sunrise and sunset. Piermont pier has an abundance of wildlife. You can easily spot an eagle and from time to time in the winter you can find the elusive Snowy Owl. Please note also that this space is not a hotel. We live in the space when not renting it out. Our belongings are still in the house, ie. we have clothes in the closet. My husband is a musician so his instruments are in the house, our books, etc. This is an airbnb in the truest sense it is not a hotel. Guest AccessOur house is a two bedroom. 1 of the bedrooms is a recording studio so that room is not available although you will have the whole house to yourself that room is not a usable room. Our bedroom is for 2 people and if you want to have a third or 4th guest we have a couch and roll out beds. Our house has a gas fireplace. We have a full kitchen with a washer and dryer. Bathtub and shower. The house is home to an artist so it is decorated with lots of art and interesting artifacts. This is a very whimsical romantic cottage. Truly a great get away. Easy to walk to any of the great restaurants on the main street. We have 3 bikes you are welcome to use. Below are links to some of what Piermont has to offer. (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Interaction with GuestsWe will not be on the premise but we are certainly able to provide whatever you may need or want. The NeighborhoodThe great thing about our place is that you can hike, fish, bike during the day and at night have walk into town for a romantic wonderful dinner at one of the great restaurants on Piermont Avenue or you can hop the bus and go into the city for the evening. Many people enjoy renting a car and exploring the Hudson Valley especially during late September October and November while the seasons are changing. Getting AroundOur house is 5 seconds from the bus stop that will take you to the city or other various places you may want to explore. Your are welcome to use our bicycles for local transportation. We have a vintage Bianci, Canondale trail bike and a vintage Raleigh.
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The SpaceThere is an expansive fall, winter and spring view of the Hudson River from the living and dining areas, with spectacular sunrises. View gets hidden by trees when summer is in full bloom. One or 2 bedrooms each with double bed, new linens and sheets and amenities for your stay. (See my other listings for shared space; or ask about long term term and possible use of 3rd bedroom for a larger group) It is a 1950s home made brick ranch. Inside the place is homey, very sunny, with good size rooms, tidy and unique filled with artwork, no clutter and very warm and comfortable. Good for a family, a couple or individual. Visitors to NYC or those wishing to get away real close and explore the wonderful Hudson River Valley, will be pleasantly surprised at the proximity to both. Near MetroNorth train, bus lines or bring your car. The main bedroom has a double/full bed, closet space, and bureau – simply designed for quiet. Second bedroom has double bed and bureau. The 3rd bedroom, for long-term use, has Queen size bed and large closet and bureau, very sunny. Located on a quiet street with other homes. Please note, the yard does back on 9W, a road with cars. It cannot be heard from home but can be heard from yard. Kitchen is fully equipped. Bathroom has shower and tub. Towels are provided. Backyard is large with a grape arbor, picnic table, deck with lounge chairs and great place to get sun, read or roll down the hill. Gas BBQ is available for your use as well. Front porch has view of Hudson River and may be used for dining as well. There is a small table that you may use to set for dinner. Guest AccessYou will have access to the full house, a bedroom or 2 each with a double bed, private bathroom with tub and shower, equipped kitchen, front porch and yard and full backyard, including picnic tables, deck and BBQ. (For long term and a 3rd bedroom with queen bed can be available, or if you simply want a room but not the entire house, see my other listings for those possibilities and prices.) (Note: The basement, has a separate living space, with a separate entrance, it is occupied by a young couple, separate from the upstairs. There is complete privacy but you may hear some quiet noise or food cooking, on occasion, I live here and rarely hear anything but I want any potential airbnbers to know!) Interaction with GuestsI will likely greet you depending on your request time. I will not be home so you have privacy -- but will be available, if you need me. Ask me about flexible check-in times and check out times. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is delightful with views of the Hudson from every street. A walking trail is close by, as is the small village main street. The street itself is lined with big trees, and although we are not in the back woods, the view of the river and the trees offer a rural feel. My home sits on 1/3 acre), there is a sense of quiet, security and privacy. Piermont is a small village, hidden and charming right on the Hudson River with great access to NYC and the Hudson Valley. Great weekend escape from NYC, if coming to NYC from out of town or overseas and need more room than an apartment and are intrigued by the surrounding areas, it's a great location. Excellent restaurants including the Iron Chef, Peter Kelly's restaurants, a delightful Spanish inspired O lar, walking paths, a dog run, small shops, a state park, the pier which juts into the river, and its estuaries, birding, kayaking, nearby hiking, thrift stores, many yoga studios, shops, bars and taverns, nearby Nyack and, of course the full Hudson Valley and NYC within reach. Getting AroundTravel north of Piermont into the Hudson Valley, farms, small towns, art galleries and the woods. Travel south and New York City is a mere 45 minutes away. New York City is a 45 minute car ride or by using public transportation, about 45 - 50 minutes. There is a Couch/Red andTan bus line that leaves from the village of Piermont, every hour, down hill and within walking distance from the house. That bus brings you to Port Authority Bus Terminal on 42 Street. MetroNorth Train is across the river, this brings you into Grand Central, trains leave every 30 minutes or so. Although you can easily walk into Piermont or take the rail trail path to Nyack I'd suggest a car is good for local and Hudson valley wanderings. Or if you prefer to drive into NYC. Other Things to NotePiermont is a very unique and pretty village. Rockland County has a mix of suburban and rural towns with small villages dotting the Hudson River, Piermont is one of the small hiden gems. It has a beautiful marsh, state park with hiking trails, bike paths, kayak rentals, small village with a lot of very good restaurants Travel north of Piermont into the Hudson Valley, farms, small towns, art galleries and the woods. Travel south and New York City is a mere 45 minutes away. New York City is a 45 minute car ride or by using public transportation, about 45 - 50 minutes. There is a Couch/Red andTan bus line that leaves from the village of Piermont, every hour, down hill and within walking distance from the house. That bus brings you to Port Authority Bus Terminal on 42 Street. MetroNorth Train is across the river, this brings you into Grand Central, trains leave every 30 minutes or so. And, you are in the southern part of the Hudson Valley, 3 miles nearby is the river village of Nyack, within a 20 minute drive is Harriman State park which includes well marked hiking trails including the Appalachian Trail, the Long Trail is reachable by foot.
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The SpaceUpstairs. Private space. Not shared. Guest AccessEntire space and yard. Interaction with GuestsSomeone will be on site during your stay. The NeighborhoodHistoric area walking distance to many Hudson Valley historic sites and villages. Walking to NYC train with a short express ride. Getting AroundFree parking off-street. Other Things to NotePeaceful park-like setting.
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The SpaceOne bedroom with double bed, new linens and sheets and amenities for your stay. Shared bathroom with only me. Inside the place is homey, very sunny, with good size rooms, tidy and unique filled with artwork, no clutter and very warm and comfortable. Visitors to NYC or those wishing to get away real close and explore the wonderful Hudson River Valley, will be pleasantly surprised at the proximity to both. Near MetroNorth train, bus lines or bring your car. The main bedroom has a double/full bed, closet space, and bureau – simply designed for quiet. Located on a quiet street with other homes. Please note, the yard does back on 9W, a road with cars. It cannot be heard from home but can be heard from yard. Bathroom has shower and tub. Towels are provided. Backyard is large with a grape arbor, picnic table, deck with lounge chairs and great place to get sun, read or roll down the hill. Front porch has view of Hudson River. Guest AccessYou have access to Bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen and dining area as well as front porch and yard. If you wish to rent the full house, please see my other listing). (Note: The basement, has a separate living space, with a separate entrance, it is occupied by a young couple, separate from the upstairs. There is complete privacy but you may hear some quiet noise or food cooking, on occasion, I live here and rarely hear anything but I want any potential airbnbers to know!) Interaction with GuestsI live here but will give you space and privacy. The bath is shared. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is delightful with views of the Hudson from every street. A walking trail is close by, as is the small village main street. The street itself is lined with big trees, and although we are not in the back woods, the view of the river and the trees offer a rural feel. My home sits on 1/3 acre), there is a sense of quiet, security and privacy. Piermont is a small village, hidden and charming right on the Hudson River with great access to NYC and the Hudson Valley. Great weekend escape from NYC, if coming to NYC from out of town or overseas and need more room than an apartment and are intrigued by the surrounding areas, it's a great location. Excellent restaurants including the Iron Chef, Peter Kelly's restaurants, a delightful Spanish inspired O lar, walking paths, a dog run, small shops, a state park, the pier which juts into the river, and its estuaries, birding, kayaking, nearby hiking, thrift stores, many yoga studios, shops, bars and taverns, nearby Nyack and, of course the full Hudson Valley and NYC within reach. Access to NYC is easy by car, bus or train. Having a car would make your visit the best. Nearby are hiking trails in Harriman State Park, art galleries and lovely small villages for day tripping in the Hudson Valley. NYC is only a 45 minute drive or 40 minute train ride. A very unique American village between the river and mountains with access to everything New York City offers and for those who wish to explore the natural beauty of the mountings and valleys of the art inspired Hudson Valley. A truly great location for visitors who want to go and see the sights as well as wander off the beaten track. Getting AroundTravel north of Piermont into the Hudson Valley, farms, small towns, art galleries and the woods. Travel south and New York City is a mere 45 minutes away. New York City is a 45 minute car ride or by using public transportation, about 45 - 50 minutes. There is a Couch/Red andTan bus line that leaves from the village of Piermont, every hour, down hill and within walking distance from the house. That bus brings you to Port Authority Bus Terminal on 42 Street. MetroNorth Train is across the river, this brings you into Grand Central, trains leave every 30 minutes or so. Although you can easily walk into Piermont or take the rail trail path to Nyack I'd suggest a car is good for local and Hudson valley wanderings. Or if you prefer to drive into NYC. Other Things to NotePiermont is a very unique and pretty village. Rockland County has a mix of suburban and rural towns with small villages dotting the Hudson River, Piermont is one of the small hiden gems. It has a beautiful marsh, state park with hiking trails, bike paths, kayak rentals, small village with a lot of very good restaurants Travel north of Piermont into the Hudson Valley, farms, small towns, art galleries and the woods. Travel south and New York City is a mere 45 minutes away. New York City is a 45 minute car ride or by using public transportation, about 45 - 50 minutes. There is a Couch/Red andTan bus line that leaves from the village of Piermont, every hour, down hill and within walking distance from the house. That bus brings you to Port Authority Bus Terminal on 42 Street. MetroNorth Train is across the river, this brings you into Grand Central, trains leave every 30 minutes or so. And, you are in the southern part of the Hudson Valley, 3 miles nearby is the river village of Nyack, within a 20 minute drive is Harriman State park which includes well marked hiking trails including the Appalachian Trail, the Long Trail is reachable by foot.
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      The SpaceOur historic home built around 1910 has been completely renovated and updated. The home which is located on 6 acres of lush gardens, mature trees is located in a diverse, emerging, historic neighborhood adjacent to a 1000 acres state park along the Hudson River. Jogging/Walking trails, Tennis Courts and a Childs playground are just a few things to name. Overall the home is 3200 sq/ft with 4 bedrooms and 2 and half baths. Each room has a character all of its own with 2 Juliette balcony in the 2 master bedroom and each room with extra comfy pillow top matresses and pillows. A central fireplace, baby grand piano separate full dining room and sunroom ad to the ambience. People spend a lot of time enjoying the outdoors either on our 6 acres or adjacent to our driveway in the state park. There is a a rocking chair porch as well as a wonderful back deck with chaise lounges and furniture for outdoor dinning . We especially love how private, quiet and wooded we are even though we are only 13 miles from NYC. From our screened in back porch you can spot deer, owls, hawks, raccoons opossums and an abundance of squirrels and birds and even awaken to our very own roosters and chickens with fresh organic eggs whenever possible. Guest AccessYou are welcome to relax anywhere inside or outside our home - trust me you'll want to sit on the outside deck enjoying the serene picturesque gardens and fruit trees till dawn! There are drawers and closest with hangers, a even a pants press in the upstairs master bedroom closet. A hair dryer, iron, hair and skin products are supplied for all your needs. We provide Wireless WiFi, RoKu and full high speed internet though out the house. A Baby Grand Piano and Bose Radio in the Living Room by the Fireplace for your amusement. The Kitchen boast surround views into the flower gardens with new Cabinets, Slate Floor, Marble Counters and high end appliances . We supply a Vita Mix Blender, a separate Wine Cooler, coffee maker with coffee as well as fine china for those special evenings. Interaction with GuestsI will try to keep your stay the way you'd like to stay. Whenever possible I look forward to greeting our guests initially to go over any questions and specialties of our home. I am often on the move and may not be able to greet you in person but am available by phone should any questions arise. The NeighborhoodAdjacent to our entrance is a 1000 acre State Park with hiking/biking trails along the Hudson River. There is a gravel jogging ring , child's playground and tennis courts as well. In Piermont you will find unique shops, special restaurants, galleries to name a few. Getting AroundThe easiest way to to explore the sites is renting a car. Uber is also available on a limited basis. If you do not currently have the app on your phone, download the app and use these referral codes to receive free ride credits: Uber: georgiap38 Nyack Taxi Service is also available at: ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteWe provide: - Linens and towels, as well as separate pool towels - Basic kitchen supplies - Grill by the pool with basic grill tools (we do not provide charcoal) - Picnic table by the pool as well as lounge chairs, chairs and hammock - Dining table/chairs and 2 chaise lounge on the deck
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      My place is close to the Village of Piermont, the Hudson River, hiking and biking trails. You’ll love my place because of the great location and wooded view in summer and river view in winter.. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
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      My place is close to the Village of Piermont, the Hudson River, hiking and biking trails and easy to travel to NYC. You’ll love my place because the space is large, a master bedroom suite in a private house located on a dead-end street in a quaint village. In the summer their is a wooded and partial view of the Hudson River. In the winter, a sweeping view of the Hudson River. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
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      The SpaceMy space is special in it's charm and character. Hard wood floors, brick walls, arched door and entrance ways. No "cookie cutter" feel to this sanctuary. Situated in one of the most desirable areas in Westchester County it transports you to a time gone by. It has an eclectic, artsy, vintage feel. Places like this are truly hard to find (much like a needle in a haystack) Cozy, tranquil, meditative ambience .. a peaceful oasis with all the modern amenities you'll need. You'll be pleased to discover my place is one of the more private in the building, the neighbors are friendly and low key,totally respectful of your privacy .. yet more than happy to help, answer a question, make a suggestion if asked .. from special events that will be happening, restaurants of all kinds, parks, unique shops. Guest AccessThe large grassy side and backyard is for use of all tenants / and guests of the building. Lovely setting for a morning cup of tea or an eve cocktail. Reading a book. If you enjoy yoga or meditation please use one of my available mats for a great stretch, some yoga postures or just some quiet reflective meditation.Private parking. Washers & Dryers are in the main building basement area, cost is minimal. Interaction with GuestsIf I am not available at a particular time .. there will be always be a family member who is mins. away , easily and always accessible through phone / text .. or even to stop by if you have a particular or special need. My wish for my guests is to feel relaxed and refreshed.You'll have all the privacy you may desire, yet also a sense of safety and security in the knowledge that there will always be someone close and familiar with the surrounding areas, to help you in any way they can if needed. The NeighborhoodIrvington and the surrounding towns of Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings on the Hudson (to name a few) are all quaint little towns or villages..each with their own distinct personality. They are all very safe and well cared for. You'll find a mix of great eclectic restaurants bars/pubs. Gluten free bakeries, farmers markets with great organic area grown produce, wines, bakery goods, flowers and more. Yoga Works Studio is w/i walking distance from Apt (or a 2 min cab/uber ride). Yoga and Pilates can also be found in all the other surrounding towns. Tarrytown, perhaps the most eclectic has a YMCA on Main St. Every third Friday (in TT) is a special event with a different theme each month. October offers a village wide Halloween parade with music and lots of vibrant energy and entertainment.Dress up and walk in the annual Halloween parade if you like or simply enjoy watching from the sidelines ! In nearby Sleepy Hollow at Historical Site Philipsburg Manor is a can't miss walk through Halloween themed theatrical performance art presentation that people from all over the state come to enjoy. Across the street from that is the well know "Sleepy Hollow Cemetery" Keep your eyes open and you might catch a glimpse of the infamous "Headless Horseman" There are "haunted hayrides" touring through the cemetery every 20 mins or so in the eve. If you're here you've got to experience both at least once. Be aware tickets sell out fast so you might want to purchase them online. Daytime guided tours of the cemetery go on throughout the day with festivities on site. Washington Irving and other luminaries have their final resting place in this cemetery. Guided maps are given out if you wish to explore on your own Croton offers the Great "Jack O'Lantern Blaze" this is meant to be experienced not explained.Many biking, jogging and walking trails are also quite accessible. Stone Barn offers a self sustained organic garden,high end restaurant or a more casual small eatery with products, produce, meats all grown and raised on the property. It sits at the top and back of Rockefeller land. Prize winning Black Angus cattle are raised, and sold to cattle ranchers from all over the country. Beautiful secluded trails are also found all throughout the grounds. There are 24 hr diners, 711's, gas station markets, all close by for those that appreciate that late night snack. There's a large Stop n Shop Grocery store close by which is open until (URL HIDDEN) the same center you'll find a Sheraton Hotel, great for a cozy drink at the bar or a nice quiet dinner in the same dining area. The Marriott Hotel is close to the same center and offers a Ruths Chris steakhouse as well as a more casual restaurant and bar. Tarrytowns Main St features a gently restored theatre, "Music Hall" from the 1800's A variety of new and diverse acts are presented every wkend. Stop for dinner either before or after a show at one of the many restaurants you'll find all along the street. (Main St.) You will find a variety of books, magazines, pamphlets left for your parusal (some from the photo gallery) for those who might want a little more of the history behind the sites as well as interesting areas or sites you might want to visit. Getting AroundMy Apt has private parking. It is very close to the Metro North Transit RR. For those who enjoy a brief walk .. it's an easy one from my front door. Several cab companies to choose from or for those with the app ..Uber is always an option.
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      Guest AccessEnjoy the privacy of a separate entrance to the apartment, kitchen, full bathroom, and washer/dryer. Also take in views of the Hudson River on our porch which is one floor above. Interaction with GuestsMy husband and I look forward to welcoming you to Piermont! After that, you can always reach us on my cell if you have any questions or issues between 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The NeighborhoodCheck out this New York Times article about Piermont: (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundPiermont is 15 miles north of New York City. There are buses from 42nd Street Port Authority and the George Washington Bridge to Piermont. Travel time is approximately one hour. You can board the bus two blocks from the apartment. Walk down Ritie Street towards the river, turn left and there is a bench for the bus at Hester Street. The link below is the bus schedule: (URL HIDDEN) An uber takes about 20 minutes to the city.
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      The SpaceWelcoming, quiet, slightly bohemian 1927 house; lovely garden with seasonal outdoor seating and fresh herbs. Convenient to Manhattan and the Hudson Valley, the Old Croton Aqueduct trail, Washington Irving's Sunnyside and Lyndhurst historic mansions. Old fashioned, simple home away from home! Guest AccessPrivate bedrooms. Shared bathrooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, porches, etc. when owner present. Bicycles, kayaks, other recreation items and one car garage parking may be available (inquire with owner). Interaction with GuestsIntroduction and tour of the house upon arrival when possible, if desired. Other information and assistance may be available upon request as guests need. The NeighborhoodQuiet, charming, historic district neighborhood. IMPORTANT: DO NOT PARK IN THE DRIVEWAY! Small cars bottom out entering the driveway. Please keep driveway clear - it is actively shared with the neighbor. Street parking is available but be sure to observe parking signs to avoid getting a ticket. Getting AroundWalk to restaurants, small grocery market & deli, cafe's, bakery, post office, churches, coffee shops and small stores. Gas station at top of hill with 24 hour convenience items. 2 block walk to Irvington Metro North Railroad station. Westchester Bee Line Bus also available. Other Things to NoteWe conserve resources and encourage you to do the same by using our reusable plates, napkins, table cloths, drinking glasses, etc. Compost bin available in backyard. Paper/cardboard and glass/metal/plastic recycling bins are behind the folding door in the kitchen entrance way. Consider conserving water, electricity, heating and air conditioning like we do. Note: extra charge for excessive use of utilities.
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        Stop at Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center to discover the wonders of Tarrytown (NY). Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage are on the list of things guests can enjoy. All rooms are designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home, and some rooms come with air conditioning, heating, wake-up service, alarm clock, telephone. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as hot tub, fitness center, outdoor pool, indoor pool, massage. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center.
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        Voted one of the most luxurious homes in Westchester. Located 30 mins from Midtown Manhattan, this gorgeous historical estate is right on the Hudson River. Home boasts apprx 14,000 sq feet of living space. Can sleep up to 30+ guests. All new amenities including fastest wi-fi, high-end chef's kitchen, multiple sitting rooms, a beautiful conservatory, on 5 acres of secluded land. Perfect for corporate retreats and weddings. Inquire about packages- we can offer catering, transportation, everything!