Poughkeepsie, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Poughkeepsie

Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceA relaxing retreat in the Hudson Valley with all the conveniences of a city – the guest house is a perfect getaway for 1-2 couples, professionals basing themselves in the region, and creative souls looking to unplug and recharge. This spacious 1 BR apartment is located on the first floor of a charming 1930s Craftsman home – lovingly restored with beautiful light and flow, and a blend of warmth and minimalism. The apartment serves as a perfect home base for experiencing the beauty and culture of Upstate New York. Spend your days rambling through the historic towns and sites of the Hudson Valley, hiking through the Shawangunks, cooling off in a swimming hole, or puttering around an antique shop. Or just chill at home with a good book and your laptop. The spacious eat-in-kitchen is perfect for whipping up a delicious meal with fresh ingredients purchased at Adams Fair Acre Farms just 5 minutes up the road. The apartment features 1 bedroom with queen-sized bed, and a large living room with comfortable full-sized sleeper sofa. Included with your stay: - Bedding, towels and additional linens - Wireless high-speed internet - TV with Apple TV (no cable box) - Dishwasher - Microwave - Electric stove & oven - Refrigerator & freezer - Cooking utensils, mixing bowls, pots & pans - Dishes, eating utensils, etc. - Coffee maker (drip) - Coffee, coffee filters & tea - Hairdryer - Air conditioning Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire first floor and private backyard. Picking up the keys is quick and easy, and there is always someone to reach out to by cell or text for help. Interaction with GuestsWe respect the privacy of our guests and make ourselves accessible whenever they need to contact us. Aside from that, your stay is set up to be easy, efficient and DIY. The NeighborhoodPOUGHKEEPSIE: Home to 4 colleges (Vassar, Marist, Dutchess Community & The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park), Poughkeepsie is both a college town and a city in transition with a diverse blue collar urban community. With close proximity to restaurants and cultural destinations, Poughkeepsie allows you to experience the conveniences of “small city” life while only being a 10 minute drive from the country. A historic industrial port city, Poughkeepsie is currently going through an exciting resurgence, characterized by a grassroots local food movement, farm-to-table restaurants, and a number of revitalization projects, including the renowned Walkway Over the Hudson, the world’s longest pedestrian bridge spanning the width of Hudson River. The Walkway connects the Dutchess County and Ulster County rail trails, making Poughkeepsie a destination for bike enthusiasts. Vassar College and the city’s south side also make for wonderful bike routes with cute residential streets, historic homes, and lots of trees. We love Poughkeepsie for its diversity – its people, its culture – and the way it encompasses the full socio-economic spectrum, from its pristine college campuses to the developing commercial zone and restaurant scene in the historic main street corridor. Poughkeepsie is an exciting place with a unique energy, and an ideal home base for experiencing the rest of the Historic Hudson Valley. THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Gray Street, where the guest house is located, is a residential, tree-lined street in a transitioning neighborhood 5 minutes from Vassar College. The neighborhood is a blend of everything from young entrepreneurs, academics, government workers, tradespeople and low income families. The guest house sits across from Forbus Butternut Park, a 1-acre greenspace overseen by a local non-profit. There is a church on the other side of the park, and the Poughkeepsie High School and football field is about 2 blocks away. During the day, kids sometimes play in the street, but for the most part it's very quiet since Gray Street isn’t a major thoroughfare. AROUND THE REGION: Because Poughkeepsie is centrally located, it makes for a great jumping off point to explore the rest of the Hudson Valley region. Towns like Beacon, New Paltz, Rosendale, Millbrook, Hyde Park and Rhinebeck are all within an easy drive with lots of things to see along the way. Hudson, The Catskills, Cold Spring, Phoenicia and the Berkshires all make for wonderful day trips – full of meandering country drives, antiquing, hiking, fishing, wine-tasting, museum-hopping, or cooling off in a swimming hole. I run a blog that’s dedicated to travel, food and culture in the region called An Upstate of Mind, and I’m happy to send along recommendations for our favorite spots tailored around whatever you like to do. The surrounding Upstate NY towns are lovely, but to make for a full day, it’s sometimes good to combine a few destinations into a “mini road trip” that lets you soak in the local flavor and experience the sprawling natural settings the Hudson Valley is known for. Getting AroundIt's best to have a car in upstate NY since it’s more of a driving culture, and it’ll be easier to explore the area. Poughkeepsie is small enough that it’s walkable, but it’s not really set up with a main shopping district like you would find in a small town where you just walk over to Main Street to pick up whatever you need. It’s more like you have to drive 5 minutes in one direction, 10 minutes in another – that sort of thing. Poughkeepsie has cab companies, but they’re not as sophisticated or reliable as the ones in NYC (think: mini vans with air fresheners). Doable but not ideal. If you’re taking the Metro North train or Amtrak from NYC, there are always cabs at the station if you need them (about $6-8 from the station to the house / 5-minute drive). On foot, the house is a bit of a hike to and from the train station (30 minute walk uphill from the station to the house / 20 minute walk downhill from the house to the station). If you don’t have a car, you might want to reserve a rental and pick it up when you arrive. Poughkeepsie has a number of car rental companies to choose from, including Enterprise, Avis, etc. Poughkeepsie is a bike-friendly town, so feel free to bring your bikes. You can store them inside the apartment in the breezeway/mudroom. Other Things to NoteDiscount weekly & monthly rates available. On-site laundry machines available for weekly & monthly guests. GUESTS TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN: Due to our collection of artwork, antiques and furnishings, we've opted for a no child policy. We love children, but the guest house is not baby-proofed or set up for kids. That said, we have made concessions for guests traveling with mature children and babies in the past. We are completely open to working with you to see if the guest house is a good fit.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceA relaxing retreat in the Hudson Valley with all the conveniences of a city, the guest house is a perfect getaway for a large group of friends, family reunions, and professional outings. The house features two separate 1 BR apartments, lovingly restored with beautiful light and flow. The house provides a convenient home base for exploring the beauty and culture of Upstate New York – with easy access to The Catskills, Beacon, Hudson and Rhinebeck. Spend your days rambling through the historic towns and sites of the Hudson Valley, hiking through the Shawangunks, cooling off in a swimming hole, or puttering around an antique shop. Or just chill at home with a good book and your laptop. The downstairs apartment features one large bedroom with queen-sized bed, and a comfortable sleeper sofa that sleeps two in the living room. The upstairs apartment features a large bedroom with queen-sized bed, and a spacious living room with 2 twin-sized fold-down beds w/ memory foam mattresses. As well as a 72" standard sofa that can serve as a bed for one. Included with each apartment: - All bedding - Towels - Wireless high-speed internet - TV w/ Apple TV (no cable box) - Hairdryer - Microwave - Electric stove & oven - Refrigerator & freezer - Cooking utensils, mixing bowls, pots & pans - Dishes, eating utensils, etc. - Coffee & tea - Coffee maker (drip) - French press - Living room speakers w/ iPod hookup (Upstairs Apartment) - Air conditioning Guest AccessGuests have access to entire home, both floors – as well as the private backyard. Picking up the keys is quick and easy, and there is always someone to reach out to by cell or text for help. Interaction with GuestsWe respect the privacy of our guests and make ourselves accessible whenever they need to contact us. Aside from that, your stay is set up to be easy, efficient and DIY. The NeighborhoodPOUGHKEEPSIE: Home to 4 colleges (Vassar, Marist, Dutchess Community & The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park), Poughkeepsie is both a college town and a city in transition with a diverse blue collar urban community. With close proximity to restaurants and cultural destinations, Poughkeepsie allows you to experience the conveniences of “small city” life while only being a 10 minute drive from the country. A historic industrial port city, Poughkeepsie is currently going through an exciting resurgence, characterized by a grassroots local food movement, farm-to-table restaurants, and a number of revitalization projects, including the renowned Walkway Over the Hudson, the world’s longest pedestrian bridge spanning the width of Hudson River. The Walkway connects the Dutchess County and Ulster County rail trails, making Poughkeepsie a destination for bike enthusiasts. Vassar College and the city’s south side also make for wonderful bike routes with cute residential streets, historic homes, and lots of trees. We love Poughkeepsie for its diversity – its people, its culture – and the way it encompasses the full socio-economic spectrum, from its pristine college campuses to the developing commercial zone and restaurant scene in the historic main street corridor. Poughkeepsie is an exciting place with a unique energy, and an ideal home base for experiencing the rest of the Historic Hudson Valley. THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Gray Street, where the guest house is located, is a residential, tree-lined street in a transitioning neighborhood 5 minutes from Vassar College. The neighborhood is a blend of everything from young entrepreneurs, academics, government workers, tradespeople and low income families. The guest house sits across from Forbus Butternut Park, a 1-acre greenspace overseen by a local non-profit. There is a church on the other side of the park, and the Poughkeepsie High School and football field is about 2 blocks away. During the day, kids sometimes play in the street, but for the most part it's very quiet since Gray Street isn’t a major thoroughfare. AROUND THE REGION: Because Poughkeepsie is centrally located, it makes for a great jumping off point to explore the rest of the Hudson Valley region. Towns like Beacon, New Paltz, Rosendale, Millbrook, Hyde Park and Rhinebeck are all within an easy drive with lots of things to see along the way. Hudson, The Catskills, Cold Spring, Phoenicia and the Berkshires all make for wonderful day trips – full of meandering country drives, antiquing, hiking, fishing, wine-tasting, museum-hopping, or cooling off in a swimming hole. I run a blog that’s dedicated to travel, food and culture in the region called An Upstate of Mind, and I’m happy to send along recommendations for our favorite spots tailored around whatever you like to do. The surrounding Upstate NY towns are lovely, but to make for a full day, it’s sometimes good to combine a few destinations into a “mini road trip” that lets you soak in the local flavor and experience the sprawling natural settings the Hudson Valley is known for. Getting AroundIt's best to have a car in upstate NY since it’s more of a driving culture, and it’ll be easier to explore the area. Poughkeepsie is small enough that it’s walkable, but it’s not really set up with a main shopping district like you would find in a small town where you just walk over to Main Street to pick up whatever you need. It’s more like you have to drive 5 minutes in one direction, 10 minutes in another – that sort of thing. Poughkeepsie has cab companies, but they’re not as sophisticated or reliable as the ones in NYC (think: mini vans with air fresheners). Doable but not ideal. If you’re taking the Metro North train or Amtrak from NYC, there are always cabs at the station if you need them (about $6-8 from the station to the house / 5-minute drive). On foot, the house is a bit of a hike to and from the train station (30 minute walk uphill from the station to the house / 20 minute walk downhill from the house to the station). If you don’t have a car, you might want to reserve a rental and pick it up when you arrive. Poughkeepsie has a number of car rental companies to choose from, including Enterprise, Avis, etc. Poughkeepsie is a bike-friendly town, so feel free to bring your bikes. You can store them inside either of the apartments in the breezeway/mudroom. Other Things to NoteDiscount weekly & monthly rates available. On-site laundry machines available for weekly & monthly guests. GUESTS TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN: Due to our collection of artwork, antiques and furnishings, we've opted for a no child policy. We love children, but the guest house is not baby-proofed or set up for kids. That said, we have made concessions for guests traveling with mature children and babies in the past. We are completely open to working with you to see if the guest house is a good fit.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceA relaxing retreat in the Hudson Valley with all the conveniences of a city – The Poet is a perfect getaway for 1-2 couples, professionals basing themselves in the region, and creative souls looking to unplug and recharge. This spacious 1 BR apartment is located on the second floor of a charming 1930s Craftsman home – lovingly restored with beautiful light and flow, and a blend of warmth and minimalism. The apartment serves as a perfect home base for experiencing the beauty and culture of Upstate New York. Spend your days rambling through historic towns, hiking through the Shawangunks, cooling off in a swimming hole, or puttering around an antique shop. Or just chill at home with a good book and your laptop. The spacious eat-in-kitchen is perfect for whipping up a delicious meal with fresh ingredients purchased at Adams Fair Acre Farms just 5 minutes up the road. The apartment features 1 bedroom with queen-sized bed, and a large living room with 2 twin fold-down beds w/ memory foam mattresses. As well as a 77" standard sofa that can serve as a bed for one. PLEASE NOTE: This is a second floor apartment up a flight of stairs, in case anyone in your party has mobility issues. Included with your stay: - All bedding - Towels - Wireless high-speed internet - TV w/ Apple TV (no cable box) - Hairdryer - Microwave - Electric stove & oven - Refrigerator & freezer - Cooking utensils, mixing bowls, pots & pans - Dishes, eating utensils, etc. - Coffee & tea - Coffee maker (drip) Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire second floor apartment and private backyard. Picking up the keys is quick and easy, and there is always someone to reach out to by cell or text for help. Interaction with GuestsWe respect the privacy of our guests and make ourselves accessible whenever they need to contact us. Aside from that, your stay is set up to be easy, efficient and DIY. The NeighborhoodPOUGHKEEPSIE: Home to 4 colleges (Vassar, Marist, Dutchess Community & The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park), Poughkeepsie is both a college town and a city in transition with a diverse blue collar urban community. With close proximity to restaurants and cultural destinations, Poughkeepsie allows you to experience the conveniences of “small city” life while only being a 10 minute drive from the country. A historic industrial port city, Poughkeepsie is currently going through an exciting resurgence, characterized by a grassroots local food movement, farm-to-table restaurants, and a number of revitalization projects, including the renowned Walkway Over the Hudson, the world’s longest pedestrian bridge spanning the width of Hudson River. The Walkway connects the Dutchess County and Ulster County rail trails, making Poughkeepsie a destination for bike enthusiasts. Vassar College and the city’s south side also make for wonderful bike routes with cute residential streets, historic homes, and lots of trees. We love Poughkeepsie for its diversity – its people, its culture – and the way it encompasses the full socio-economic spectrum, from its pristine college campuses to the developing commercial zone and restaurant scene in the historic main street corridor. Poughkeepsie is an exciting place with a unique energy, and an ideal home base for experiencing the rest of the Historic Hudson Valley. THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Gray Street, where the guest house is located, is a residential, tree-lined street in a transitioning neighborhood 5 minutes from Vassar College. The neighborhood is a blend of everything from young entrepreneurs, academics, government workers, tradespeople and low income families. The guest house sits across from Forbus Butternut Park, a 1-acre greenspace overseen by a local non-profit. There is a church on the other side of the park, and the Poughkeepsie High School and football field is about 2 blocks away. During the day, kids sometimes play in the street, but for the most part it's very quiet since Gray Street isn’t a major thoroughfare. AROUND THE REGION: Because Poughkeepsie is centrally located, it makes for a great jumping off point to explore the rest of the Hudson Valley region. Towns like Beacon, New Paltz, Rosendale, Millbrook, Hyde Park and Rhinebeck are all within an easy drive with lots of things to see along the way. Hudson, The Catskills, Cold Spring, Phoenicia and the Berkshires all make for wonderful day trips – full of meandering country drives, antiquing, hiking, fishing, wine-tasting, museum-hopping, or cooling off in a swimming hole. I run a blog that’s dedicated to travel, food and culture in the region called An Upstate of Mind, and I’m happy to send along recommendations for our favorite spots tailored around whatever you like to do. The surrounding Upstate NY towns are lovely, but to make for a full day, it’s sometimes good to combine a few destinations into a “mini road trip” that lets you soak in the local flavor and experience the sprawling natural settings the Hudson Valley is known for. Getting AroundIt's best to have a car in upstate NY since it’s more of a driving culture, and it’ll be easier to explore the area. Poughkeepsie is small enough that it’s walkable, but it’s not really set up with a main shopping district like you would find in a small town where you just walk over to Main Street to pick up whatever you need. It’s more like you have to drive 5 minutes in one direction, 10 minutes in another – that sort of thing. Poughkeepsie has cab companies, but they’re not as sophisticated or reliable as the ones in NYC (think: mini vans with air fresheners). Doable but not ideal. If you’re taking the Metro North train or Amtrak from NYC, there are always cabs at the station if you need them (about $6-8 from the station to the house / 5-minute drive). On foot, the house is a bit of a hike to and from the train station (30 minute walk uphill from the station to the house / 20 minute walk downhill from the house to the station). If you don’t have a car, you might want to reserve a rental and pick it up when you arrive. Poughkeepsie has a number of car rental companies to choose from, including Enterprise, Avis, etc. Poughkeepsie is a bike-friendly town, so feel free to bring your bikes. You can store them inside the apartment in the breezeway/mudroom. Other Things to NoteDiscount weekly & monthly rates available. On-site laundry machines available for weekly & monthly guests. PLEASE NOTE: This is a second floor apartment up a flight of stairs, in case anyone in your party has mobility issues. GUESTS TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN: Due to our collection of artwork, antiques and furnishings, we've opted for a no child policy. We love children, but the guest house is not baby-proofed or set up for kids. That said, we have made concessions for guests traveling with mature children and babies in the past. We are completely open to working with you to see if the guest house is a good fit.
Hotel
Excellent
145 reviews
58br 2-star Hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
Situated in the business district, this motel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Casperkill Golf Club and within 3 mi (5 km) of Locust Grove and Poughkeepsie Galleria. McCann Golf Course is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) away.
Hotel
129br 2-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Casperkill Golf Club and within 3 mi (5 km) of Locust Grove and McCann Golf Course. Poughkeepsie Galleria is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) away.
Hotel
Poor
24 reviews
17br 4-star Hotel
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  • Gym
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
Situated in Milton, this spa hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park, Mid-Hudson Bridge, and Marlboro Free Library. Bardavon 1869 Opera House and McCann Ice Arena are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Bedroom
Excellent
9 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceFacility is large, clean and private. Guest AccessSitting room and TV room Interaction with GuestsTo what ever extent the guests wish. The NeighborhoodQuick access to all historic sites. Getting AroundNo
Home/Apartment
Excellent
34 reviews
Home/Apartment
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The SpaceLofty, high ceiling-ed apartment in a historic landmark building in the Academy St District on the Southside of Poughkeepsie. The apartment features large windows, tons of natural sunlight, and easy access to shopping, riverfront, and Vassar/Marist. Bright, studio apartment with original Victorian architecture and including beautiful hardwood floors paired with large, over-sized windows which flood the space with natural light! My flat is close to the Poughkeepsie Train Station, restaurants, shops, bars, cafe's, Walkway over the Hudson, Marist College, The Culinary Institute, Vassar Brothers Medical Center, Mid-Hudson Regional, Bardavon Opera House and the Poughkeepsie Waterfront Guests will have access to the entire apartment! Wireless internet 46" LED SmartTV Verizon Fios cable + TiVo Full Kitchen Coffee maker Microwave Fan Air conditioning Spacious Bathroom Claw foot tub We like to provide you with general information and make sure you have everything you need when you settle in. After that its up to you. Poughkeepsie, and the greater Hudson Valley area is a perfect place to getaway for a long weekend. 'The Valley' is known for spectacular views, beautiful apple orchards, and the Shawangunk mountain range. Our studio is centrally located between Marist and Vassar Colleges, walking distance to Vassar Hospital, and a few minute drive to The Walkway Over the Hudson. The Walkway which is the tallest, and longest pedestrian bridge in the country, towers over the scenic Hudson River and Mid-Hudson Bridge. This combination creates a breathtaking backdrop that changes with every season. We have also been hard at work finishing the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, a 26 mile paved path that connects to the Walkway on both sides. The Rail Trail winds through the wooded Hudson Valley and can take you from Hopewell to New Paltz. Of great importance...food! The Culinary Institute of America, nestled on a beautiful campus just 10 minutes from the apartment, ensures good eats every night of the week! Due to the location many of the restaurants in Poughkeepsie feature a kitchen full of culinary grads. (We have a couple recommendations to point you in the right direction). Other historic attractions in the area include Locust Groove (Samuel B. Morris's Home), The Children's Museum, and (within 15 min car ride) the Franklin D. Roosevelt Estate, Vanderbilt Mansion, Mills Mansion, and Eleanor Roosevelt's hide away, Val-kill. Not into history? Check out The Millhouse or Blue Collar Breweries for a localy brewed cold one, Tuttletown Distillery, Dutchess County Fairgrounds, and MANY vineyards that are home to some of New York's best wines! Come check it out, its truly a great place to stay! It is easiest to get around town by car. Cabs are only a phone call away, and if your out late call safe ride. (a free cab ride home from the bars). Queen city bistro on Main Street. Crave Restaurant on Washington Ave. Artist Palate on Main Street. Mill House Brewery on Mill Street/Rt 44-55 and many more... Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire apartment! Wireless internet 46" LED SmartTV Verizon Fios cable + TiVo Full Kitchen Coffee maker Microwave Fan Spacious Bathroom Claw foot tub Interaction with GuestsWe like to provide you with general information and make sure you have everything you need when you settle in. After that its up to you. The NeighborhoodClose to the Poughkeepsie Train Station, restaurants, shops, bars, cafe's, Walkway over the Hudson, Marist College, The Culinary Institute, Vassar Brothers Medical Center, Mid-Hudson Regional, Bardavon Opera House and the Poughkeepsie Waterfront Getting AroundIt is easiest to get around town by car. Cabs are only a phone call away, and if your out late call safe ride. (a free cab ride home from the bars). Other Things to NoteQueen city bistro on Main Street. Crave Restaurant on Washington Ave. Artist Palate on Main Street. Mill House Brewery on Mill Street/Rt 44-55 and many more...
Shared Room
Excellent
8 reviews
1br Shared Room
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  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceIt's cheap and nice! Guest AccessThe downstairs but not upstairs. No shower area because there are already three rooms sharing that. Interaction with GuestsOnly if we are home and by email and text. The NeighborhoodIt's sooo nice and close to everything cool. It's also safe . Getting AroundOur home is located: 2.5 miles from Vassar College 1.6 miles from the Bardavon Opera House 2.1 miles from the Poughkeepsie train station 1 miles from the Walkway over the Hudson 1/4 mile from Marist College A couple of miles from the Drive-In Theater Hyde Park A mile from the Culinary Institute of America Several miles from the Poughkeepsie Galleria A couple of miles from several Roosevelt Estates !!! No car?! Here are some options: - ZipCar locations @ Marist & Vassar - Local taxi companies: Del-Roy Taxi Service A1 Transportation: Allen's Taxi: -Metro-North Railroad Metro-North station runs commuter trains on the Hudson Line to New York City, as well as Amtrak trains, located at 41 Main St. in downtown Poughkeepsie. - Amtrak Railroad The Poughkeepsie train station is a stop on Amtrak's national service. New York City (to the south) and Albany, NY (to the north) are other major nearby destinations. - Short Line Bus Service is available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City via Short Line Bus. - Dutchess County LOOP Bus Regional Bus service with hub in downtown Other Things to Note ...We have bikes you can use !!!: ) We can arrange/ have special items/ requests for an additional fee: Wine $10.00 per bottle (we have friends who own wineries) Flower arrangements (flower shop within walking distance ) Reservations & gift certificates to local restaurants Rent the entire home if you wish except master suite. Additional guests may be accommodated upon request (couch or air mattress available)
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis stylish, mid-century designer home provides for a great escape. The art-filled house is newly updated, combining the home's original details with modern amenities. The classic ranch floor plan fosters togetherness with friends, family or co-workers. Combined space allows for cooking, eating, and gathering or just relaxing on your own. The fully updated kitchen includes new appliances, cooking essentials and plenty of counter space. A breakfast bar opens the kitchen to the dining area and flows into the living space. While the home encourages guests to enjoy time together, it also has two bedrooms for time to relax alone or for a nap after you have completed your upstate New York adventure for the day. The master bedroom features a queen-sized bed, television, and master bathroom with a shower and bathtub. The cozy second bedroom also features a queen-sized bed, and close access to a full bath with a shower and bathtub. Additionally, a media room with a flat screen TV doubles as a third bedroom if needed. The couch/daybed can accommodate an additional guest. Aside from the inside space, this beautiful home also allows guests to continue conversation outdoors on the patio. The tree enclosed yard includes a Weber BBQ and plenty of seating space. This home away from home will provide a convenient stay with the amenities of a charming small city, and access to all the scenic beauty that the Hudson Valley has to offer. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire main floor of the home with the exception of the garage and artist studio. Additionally, outdoor space and basement level laundry will also be accessible. Interaction with GuestsThe property manager will greet guests and provide a key at check-in. Contact information of the manager will be provided as well as a brief tour of the home to get guests comfortable with unfamiliar surroundings. If guests have any questions or concerns feel free to call or text the manager. The NeighborhoodPoughkeepsie is located in the majestic Hudson Valley between New York City and Albany. The Queen City of the Hudson is immersed in history, natural beauty, and culture. There is plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Located 5 minutes from Vassar College and 10 minutes from Marist College and Culinary Institute of America, this charming home offers the the best of a small city and the beauty of the Hudson Valley. Stroll the Walkway Over the Hudson. Tour and taste along the Dutchess Wine Trail. Explore the homes of FDR and Vanderbilt. Attend local farm markets. Cruise the Hudson River. Tour Dia: Beacon, and stay for Beacon’s Second Saturday, a city-wide celebration of the arts. Hike the Appalachian Trail, one of many beautiful trails in Dutchess County. That's just the tip of the iceberg, this historic area offers activities and enjoyment in all four seasons. The property manager will be able to advise you with any questions you may have about the neighborhood and surrounding areas. Getting AroundIt is best to have a car to get around easily. There are two nearby Zipcar sharing locations at Marist and Vassar College. However, there are also public transportation options that service the area if need be. Metro North trains run along the Hudson River which allows you to take a day trip to Hudson, Beacon or even New York City. Dutchess County Loop buses run through seven different scheduled loops of major areas in Dutchess County daily. Taxis are available for calls and reservations.
Shared Room
1br Shared Room
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  • Breakfast
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  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceGreat place to stop while traveling. Guest AccessMy entire downstairs if my house and my yard . Interaction with GuestsWe travel a lot . So only when we are in town. The NeighborhoodVery quiet and safe. Getting AroundCabs train and taxis are Our home is located: 2.5 miles from Vassar College 1.6 miles from the Bardavon Opera House 2.1 miles from the Poughkeepsie train station 1 miles from the Walkway over the Hudson 1/4 mile from Marist College A couple of miles from the Drive-In Theater Hyde Park A mile from the Culinary Institute of America Several miles from the Poughkeepsie Galleria A couple of miles from several Roosevelt Estates !!! No car?! Here are some options: - ZipCar locations @ Marist & Vassar - Local taxi companies: Del-Roy Taxi Service A1 Transportation: Allen's Taxi: -Metro-North Railroad Metro-North station runs commuter trains on the Hudson Line to New York City, as well as Amtrak trains, located at 41 Main St. in downtown Poughkeepsie. - Amtrak Railroad The Poughkeepsie train station is a stop on Amtrak's national service. New York City (to the south) and Albany, NY (to the north) are other major nearby destinations. - Short Line Bus Service is available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City via Short Line Bus. - Dutchess County LOOP Bus Regional Bus service with hub in downtown Other Things to Note ...We have bikes you can use !!!: ) We can arrange/ have special items/ requests for an additional fee: Wine $10.00 per bottle (we have friends who own wineries) Flower arrangements (flower shop within walking distance ) Reservations & gift certificates to local restaurants Rent the entire home if you wish except master suite. Additional guests may be accommodated upon request (couch or air mattress available) Other Things to NoteGreat place to stop for a night or two.
Shared Room
Excellent
7 reviews
1br Shared Room
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceIt's not a bed it's a place to crash for a while. I repeat its not a bed : ) Guest AccessThis is not a listing for a bed or a bedroom . It is for a nice place to crash between shifts...after a long drive... While waiting for a train .
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
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  • Breakfast
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The SpacePlease read my entire listing so everything is clear to you . Entire house means all except the master suite . We will be available to interact with you if we happen to be home . We have our own space set up in the master suite . We do not share your bathrooms as we have our own . We do go into the yard and deck and shed to maintain the pool and yard frequently and also share the yard and kitchen & grill with guests . I may seem like I am repeating myself ... But I must be clear that we live in the home and when we book the entire house we are very attentive to guests but make ourselves scarce and mostly stay in our private suite or go out and or travel ourselves . Location is great! Neighborhood is wonderful! Large living room for use. Do not swim alone in the pool . Do not dive in the low end . You could die or be seriously injured. Do not swim after dark . Do not swim under the influence. Large yard in a nice family sub division. Kitchen is fully stocked with needed utensils and wares. Along with three queen size beds there are two queen sized air mattresses and two couches with make the total for 12 to sleep ! : ) Guest AccessPool use seasonally. Laundry use . Kitchen use. Parking on site. Cable. Wifi. Depending on occupancy 1 1/2 bathrooms for guest use. Could be private at times. Great deck. Bbq. We are home occasionally to stay in the master bedroom and to check on the house. Interaction with GuestsOnly when we are home. We have several homes and business pursuits which only allow us to utilize the master bedroom occasionally . We do not advise ahead of time usually if we are home or not because many of our travels are last minute. We make ourselves scarce if we are there though . : ) Our friend/cleaning lady Gloria usually comes every Thursday to Freshen things up ... From approx 10-2. The NeighborhoodFamily oriented , tree filled, bird filled, chipmunk filled ... Nice atmosphere! But close to everything.There is daytime on street parking . By midnight cars need to be in the driveway or parked elsewhere. Getting AroundTrain is five minutes away. Buses stop on the next street. Cabs available. Stewart airport approx 1/2 hr Our home is located: 2.5 miles from Vassar College 1.6 miles from the Bardavon Opera House 2.1 miles from the Poughkeepsie train station 1 miles from the Walkway over the Hudson 1/4 mile from Marist College A couple of miles from the Drive-In Theater Hyde Park A mile from the Culinary Institute of America Several miles from the Poughkeepsie Galleria A couple of miles from several Roosevelt Estates !!! No car?! Here are some options: - ZipCar locations @ Marist & Vassar - Local taxi companies: Del-Roy Taxi Service A1 Transportation: Allen's Taxi: -Metro-North Railroad Metro-North station runs commuter trains on the Hudson Line to New York City, as well as Amtrak trains, located at 41 Main St. in downtown Poughkeepsie. - Amtrak Railroad The Poughkeepsie train station is a stop on Amtrak's national service. New York City (to the south) and Albany, NY (to the north) are other major nearby destinations. - Short Line Bus Service is available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City via Short Line Bus. - Dutchess County LOOP Bus Regional Bus service with hub in downtown Other Things to Note ...We have bikes you can use !!!: ) We can arrange/ have special items/ requests for an additional fee: Wine $10.00 per bottle (we have friends who own wineries) Flower arrangements (flower shop within walking distance ) Reservations & gift certificates to local restaurants Rent the entire home if you wish except master suite. Additional guests may be accommodated upon request (couch or air mattress available) Other Things to NoteWe want people to feel like family. We are empty nesters that miss the laughter of our filled house! If you would like to book our home and have it be totally private ... ( without us in it ) ..The price will be adjusted to double the listed price . Please express this in your initial email and we will send you an offer for the adjusted price if your requested dates are available.
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3br Home/Apartment
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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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Good
47 reviews
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The SpaceThe bedroom is downstairs near the bathroom in a cape cod style house. It is separate and private from the other bedroom in the home. Please open or close the bedroom windows as needed/desired. The linens and towels are always freshly laundered. The room size is roughly 11'x11'. Due to past issues, we ask that you do not eat in the bed. Feel free to use our dining room table though. Guest AccessYou are welcome to use the rented bedroom space, and the full bathroom. Please feel free relax on the couch in the living room or join us for a glass of wine. We have local cable stations (ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, PBS and a few others), Netflix, Amazon prime, and Hulu. We also have a vast collection of DVDs and blue ray disc player that you are welcome to use in the living room. Feel free to use the dining room for eating, a workspace or just to hang out. We love playing board games so please don't hesitate to challenge us in one of our many board or card games. Interaction with GuestsPlease send emails or text messages for booking purposes. We will respect your privacy during your stay but please do not hesitate to ask us anything about the area. We are happy to help. The NeighborhoodIt is a quiet neighborhood in the City of Poughkeepsie. It is a very safe area that has sidewalks street lamps so you can walk any where at any time. Getting AroundThere is a city bus stop nearby and many taxi companies in the area. Other Things to NoteWe live in a quiet neighborhood and are on good terms with our neighbors. We ask that guests are respectful to our neighbors. Parking is on the right side of our driveway. There is alternate side parking on the street and we are not accountable for parking tickets if you choose to park on the street.
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The SpaceLocation is great! Neighborhood is wonderful! Large living room for use. Large yard in a nice family sub division. Kitchen is fully stocked with needed utensils and wares. Guest AccessPool use seasonally. Laundry use . Kitchen use. Parking on site. Cable. Wifi. Depending on occupancy 1 1/2 bathrooms for guest use. Could be private at times. Great deck. Bbq. Interaction with GuestsOnly when we are home. We have several homes and business pursuits which only allow us to utilize the master bedroom occasionally .We rent three rooms out and sometimes we even have entire house rentals. The NeighborhoodFamily oriented , tree filled, bird filled, chipmunk filled ... Nice atmosphere! But close to everything. Getting AroundTrain is five minutes away. Buses stop on the next street. Cabs available. Stewart airport approx 1/2 hr away. Our home is located: 2.5 miles from Vassar College 1.6 miles from the Bardavon Opera House 2.1 miles from the Poughkeepsie train station 1 miles from the Walkway over the Hudson 1/4 mile from Marist College A couple of miles from the Drive-In Theater Hyde Park A mile from the Culinary Institute of America Several miles from the Poughkeepsie Galleria A couple of miles from several Roosevelt Estates !!! No car?! Here are some options: - ZipCar locations @ Marist & Vassar - Local taxi companies: Del-Roy Taxi Service A1 Transportation: Allen's Taxi: -Metro-North Railroad Metro-North station runs commuter trains on the Hudson Line to New York City, as well as Amtrak trains, located at 41 Main St. in downtown Poughkeepsie. - Amtrak Railroad The Poughkeepsie train station is a stop on Amtrak's national service. New York City (to the south) and Albany, NY (to the north) are other major nearby destinations. - Short Line Bus Service is available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City via Short Line Bus. - Dutchess County LOOP Bus Regional Bus service with hub in downtown Other Things to Note ...We have bikes you can use !!!: ) We can arrange/ have special items/ requests for an additional fee: Wine $10.00 per bottle (we have friends who own wineries) Flower arrangements (flower shop within walking distance ) Reservations & gift certificates to local restaurants Rent the entire home if you wish except master suite. Additional guests may be accommodated upon request (couch or air mattress available) Other Things to NoteWe want people to feel like family. We are empty nesters that miss the laughter of our filled house!Park in the driveway and leave keys on the hook in case cars have to be moved .
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The SpaceLocation is great! Neighborhood is wonderful! Large living room for use. Large yard in a nice family sub division. Kitchen is fully stocked with needed utensils and wares. Guest AccessPool use seasonally. Laundry use . Kitchen use. Parking on site. Cable. Wifi. Depending on occupancy 1 1/2 bathrooms for guest use. Could be private at times. Great deck. Bbq. Interaction with GuestsOnly when we are home. We have several homes and business pursuits which only allow us to utilize the master bedroom occasionally . We rent three rooms out and sometimes we even have entire house rentals. The NeighborhoodFamily oriented , tree filled, bird filled, chipmunk filled ... Nice atmosphere! But close to everything. Getting AroundTrain is five minutes away. Buses stop on the next street. Cabs available. Stewart airport approx 1/2 hr Our home is located: 2.5 miles from Vassar College 1.6 miles from the Bardavon Opera House 2.1 miles from the Poughkeepsie train station 1 miles from the Walkway over the Hudson 1/4 mile from Marist College A couple of miles from the Drive-In Theater Hyde Park A mile from the Culinary Institute of America Several miles from the Poughkeepsie Galleria A couple of miles from several Roosevelt Estates !!! No car?! Here are some options: - ZipCar locations @ Marist & Vassar - Local taxi companies: Del-Roy Taxi Service A1 Transportation: Allen's Taxi: -Metro-North Railroad Metro-North station runs commuter trains on the Hudson Line to New York City, as well as Amtrak trains, located at 41 Main St. in downtown Poughkeepsie. - Amtrak Railroad The Poughkeepsie train station is a stop on Amtrak's national service. New York City (to the south) and Albany, NY (to the north) are other major nearby destinations. - Short Line Bus Service is available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City via Short Line Bus. - Dutchess County LOOP Bus Regional Bus service with hub in downtown Other Things to Note ...We have bikes you can use !!!: ) We can arrange/ have special items/ requests for an additional fee: Wine $10.00 per bottle (we have friends who own wineries) Flower arrangements (flower shop within walking distance ) Reservations & gift certificates to local restaurants Rent the entire home if you wish except master suite. Additional guests may be accommodated upon request (couch or air mattress available) Other Things to NoteWe want people to feel like family. We are empty nesters that miss the laughter of our filled house!Park in the driveway and leave keys on the hook in case cars have to be moved .
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Excellent
60 reviews
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The SpaceLocation is great! Neighborhood is wonderful! Large living room for use. Large yard in a nice family sub division. Kitchen is fully stocked with needed utensils and wares. Guest AccessPool use seasonally. Laundry use . Kitchen use. Parking on site. Cable. Wifi. Depending on occupancy 1 1/2 bathrooms for guest use. Could be private at times. Great deck. Bbq. Interaction with GuestsOnly when we are home. We have several homes and business pursuits which only allow us to utilize the master bedroom occasionally .We rent three rooms out and sometimes we even have entire house rentals. The NeighborhoodFamily oriented , tree filled, bird filled, chipmunk filled ... Nice atmosphere! But close to everything. Getting AroundTrain is five minutes away. Buses stop on the next street. Cabs available. Stewart airport approx 1/2 hr Our home is located: 2.5 miles from Vassar College 1.6 miles from the Bardavon Opera House 2.1 miles from the Poughkeepsie train station 1 miles from the Walkway over the Hudson 1/4 mile from Marist College A couple of miles from the Drive-In Theater Hyde Park A mile from the Culinary Institute of America Several miles from the Poughkeepsie Galleria A couple of miles from several Roosevelt Estates !!! No car?! Here are some options: - ZipCar locations @ Marist & Vassar - Local taxi companies: Del-Roy Taxi Service A1 Transportation: Allen's Taxi: -Metro-North Railroad Metro-North station runs commuter trains on the Hudson Line to New York City, as well as Amtrak trains, located at 41 Main St. in downtown Poughkeepsie. - Amtrak Railroad The Poughkeepsie train station is a stop on Amtrak's national service. New York City (to the south) and Albany, NY (to the north) are other major nearby destinations. - Short Line Bus Service is available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City via Short Line Bus. - Dutchess County LOOP Bus Regional Bus service with hub in downtown Other Things to Note ...We have bikes you can use !!!: ) We can arrange/ have special items/ requests for an additional fee: Wine $10.00 per bottle (we have friends who own wineries) Flower arrangements (flower shop within walking distance ) Reservations & gift certificates to local restaurants Rent the entire home if you wish except master suite. Additional guests may be accommodated upon request (couch or air mattress available) Other Things to NoteWe want people to feel like family. We are empty nesters that miss the laughter of our filled house! Park in the driveway and leave keys on the hook in case cars have to be moved .
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The SpaceThis is a two-four rooms, two shared bathrooms independent house, rent a room on the second floor, the room has a new full-size bed, bed headboard and foot of the bed can be adjusted in height, while a bedside cabinet and tables. Bed linen and bath facilities. Guest AccessFree WIFI is accessible in the entire house, porch and backyard. For those staying less than five days, kitchen use is limited to boil water service. Laundry facilities are available for long term guests. Interaction with GuestsWe will be happy to assist our guests, with recommendations and any help they may need in the local area. We will also be happy to pick you up at the train station if arrangements are made in advance. Getting AroundClose to the Poughkeepsie train station. Off-street parking is available for one car. In addition, plentiful on street parking is also available.
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3br Home/Apartment
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Tucked away in Milton, NY in the middle of the Hudson Valley with sweeping river views and great access to outdoor activities, farmers markets in the summer/fall, world-class cultural institutions and historic sites.
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The SpaceSpacious, airy, warmly furnished home with eclectic collection of furnishings, art, and lighting. Lovely private room with a very comfortable extra large European Queen convertible bed and a large desk for work or just spreading things out. Guest AccessYou can access pretty much everywhere in this 3,000 square foot mini-mansion. Use of living and dining rooms, outdoor porches and yard; our Chickering baby grand piano can be used by guests. Limited kitchen use is possible, with permission and coordination with host. Shared bathroom with tub/shower. Interaction with GuestsWe are artists and writers who work at home and are easily available to ask questions, help you navigate Poughkeepsie and the region, and take care of your lodging needs. If our schedules coincide, and you would like to spend time with us, you're likely to be invited to one or more meals. We're seasoned travelers who love meeting people from all over the world, and have made many new friends in our relatively brief time as Airbnb hosts. If you prefer less interaction, we will of course honor that preference. The NeighborhoodOur home is situated on an intimate cul-de-sac oasis of four historic homes, two magnificent historic public buildings, and a church. We are walking distance to the MetroNorth and Amtrak train station, City and County bus stops, the Walkway Over the Hudson, Waryas Park on the Hudson River, the Bardavon and Cunneen Hackett Theaters, The Chase music venues, several great restaurants and bars, and all government offices. Our porches and back yards are available for your enjoyment. Getting AroundBus stop for local and regional service is three blocks away, including service across the Hudson to New Paltz and other Ulster County destinations. Walk or taxi three blocks to Metro North commuter train for Westchester and New York City. Station also has Amtrak to NYC, north to Albany and links to Boston, Niagara Falls, Chicago, and south to Washington DC (via NYC). Quick access to all freeways.
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Guest AccessFree WIFI is accessible in the entire house, porch and backyard. For those staying less than five days, kitchen use is limited to boil water service. Laundry facilities are available for long term guests.
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Guest AccessYou will have your own cozy private room with a full/double bed, and share use of the bathroom, kitchen, and living room with me. Help yourself to whatever is in the kitchen and feel free to use the stove, etc. for cooking meals. The living room has a TV with Netflix loaded in. Interaction with GuestsI work during the weekdays, but would love to chat and possibly show you around in the evenings if you are interested. The NeighborhoodThe street I live on is a dead end, so it is relatively quiet. There are a few good places to eat within a few blocks of where I live and there is a small park with a swimming pool about a block away. Getting AroundI live less than a mile from both the train station (MetroNorth, Amtrak), and downtown Poughkeepsie. If I am around I can pick you up from the train station. I have a bike you can use if you would like. Also, I have snow shoes for the winter!
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe main floor is great for entertaining guests with an open floor plan and easy access to an outside covered porch complete with dining table and gas grill. You'll love the ambiance of a wood burning fireplace in the living room, which can be enjoyed from the dining room as well! There are two bedrooms on the main level. One has a comfortable queen-size bed, the other has a full sized bed, each have a dresser, a sitting chair and closet, so whether you're there for a night or thirty, you're sure to feel at home. The main floor also has a large full bathroom a bathtub/shower. On the second floor, there are 2 additional bedrooms, a master with a comfortable queen sized bed and the other with a built-in twin bed. A full bathroom with a standing shower is nestled in between. Whether it's a family vacation or a retreat with friends, this house is sure to fit your needs. It is spacious but still cozy and very comfortable. If you have any more questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Guest AccessPlease limit the use of the house to the guests staying overnight. Events with large groups cannot be accommodated. The NeighborhoodEn el corazón del centro histórico de Hudson Valley, hay infinidad de cosas que hacer! Desde antiquing en Rhinebeck a bodegas locales en las cercanías de Millbrook y cruzando el puente Mid-Hudson. Hay innumerables restaurantes en y alrededor de la zona incluyendo el prestigioso Culinary Institute of America, el cual ofrece varias experiencias gastronómicas. La casa está muy cerca de la pasarela sobre el Hudson, que es el más largo puente peatonal elevado en todo el mundo y ofrece impresionantes vistas del río Hudson. Caen los viajeros pueden disfrutar de la abundancia de las plantaciones locales o algunos spooky diversión en la atracción encantada #1 en los Estados Unidos, el Jinete decapitado y Hayrides Haunted House cruzando el río. Y, por supuesto, existen innumerables senderos para caminatas y ciclismo, acantilados para la escalada en roca, parques y lugares para ir a disfrutar de un picnic o ver el atardecer. Getting AroundThe house is a close drive from the Poughkeepsie train station with access to Metro North and Amtrak. Taxi service is available, Car rentals are conveniently located and Stewart International Airport is less than 45 minutes away. Other Things to NoteIn the heart of Historic Hudson Valley there are countless things to do! From antiquing in Rhinebeck to local wineries in nearby Millbrook and across the Mid-Hudson bridge. There are countless restaurants in and around the area including the prestigious Culinary Institute of America, which offers multiple dining experiences. The house is very close to the walkway over the Hudson, which is the longest elevated pedestrian bridge in the world and offers stunning views of the Hudson river. Fall travelers can enjoy the abundance of local orchards or some spooky fun at the #1 haunted attraction in America, the Headless Horseman Hayrides and Haunted House just across the river. And of course, there are the countless hiking and biking trails, cliffs for rock climbing, parks and places to go enjoy a picnic or watch the sunset.
Hotel
2-star Hotel
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceRecently renovated and decorated with a light-hearted farmhouse feel, this home is warm and inviting. There are 2 queen rooms and a sleeper sofa downstairs. House has adjoining side that can be rented as well increasing the count to 14 guests. Enjoy the best of the Hudson Valley starting across the street at Buttermilk Falls Inn, Spa and Henry's at the Farm restaurant or just down the road at one of our local wineries. Guest AccessThe guest will have full access to side #2 and the beautiful grounds. Interaction with GuestsOwners are not on site. The NeighborhoodPerched on a neatly manicured hill, our home sits on 5 beautiful acres in the Hamlet of Milton on Hudson.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceAlthough the home is bright and recently renovated it stays true to its Coach House history. There are 2 queen rooms, one with an adjoining bunk room with 2 twins and a sleeper sofa downstairs. There is also a 2nd attached home available. When rented together they offer sleeping up to 14. Located directly across the street from Buttermilk Falls Spa, Henry's at the Farm Restaurant and the beautiful Hudson River. Guest AccessThe entire side 1 and beautiful grounds are open to our guests. Interaction with GuestsOwners are not on site. The NeighborhoodPerched on a neatly manicured hill, our home sits on 5 beautiful acres in the Hamlet of Milton on Hudson. Other Things to NoteA short drive to Walkway Over The Hudson, great eateries, wineries and more.
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Guest AccessWe will share the bathroom, kitchen, and overall living space. Don't worry, we are easy to live with! Interaction with GuestsWe both enjoying new people and may be around for part of your stay. Don't worry, we also respect boundaries. However, if you would like tips and/or information about where to go or what to do for fun we will gladly help!
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The SpaceIt is quiet and clean. There is also a ceiling fan in each room with original hard wood flooring. Lots of character throughout. Modern appliances, toiletries, and basic everyday living essentials provided. To express our appreciation for choosing our home, a bottle of wine is provided for our guests. The kitchen, bathroom, and living area are all shared spaces. Enjoy! Guest AccessKitchen, bathroom, living area, back yard, closed in porch, and private parking lot Interaction with GuestsI value my guests and am accessible as much as needed to ensure their stay is as pleasant and comfortable as possible The NeighborhoodOur home is quiet and yet close to everything, i.e...restaurants, theater, colleges, hospital, and shopping mall. Ideal location for great dining, family entertainment as well as local pubs. The home is on a quiet street near Vassar Hospital in the historic district of Poughkeepsie. It is also within 10 minutes driving distance to FDR and the Vanderbilt Estate, which are both excellent for picnics and walks/tours of the property. The home is with a 5 minute WALK to the Metro North train station, Mid Hudson Civic Center, and Walkway over the Hudson. Getting AroundPublic transit is available on market street which is within a 5 minute walk from the home. Taxi pick ups within 10 to 15 minutes. The home is also within a 5 minute WALK to the Metro North train station. The train has express routes to and from NYC in roughly an hour and a half. There is also a train route to Connecticut Other Things to NoteThere are 3 bedrooms and I will be willing to rent out multiple rooms at once for group visits