Rhinebeck, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Rhinebeck

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The SpaceThis is a guest suite in a private home. Although the home is a work in progress, the guest space is clean and comfortable. The suite has a private entrances just off the main foyer . Space features 1 bedroom with queen size bed, living room with pull out couch, private bathroom, wi-fi and a mini refrigerator. The house is located in a wooded neighborhood 5 minutes from the village of Rhinebeck, 7 minutes to the Hudson River and Amtrack station. Conveniently located to Red Hook, Rhinecliff Bridge, skiing and much more! Rhinebeck is the home of the oldest inn in America, as well as of many shopping and dining attractions, many of which were visited by the guests of Chelsea Clinton's wedding. Rhinebeck has some of the finest dining in Hudson Valley! Enjoy the area year-round, with fall foliage, fairs and festivals, the CIA ('Culinary Institute of America'), skiing at Windham or Hunter Mountains, Bard College and it summer music festival, the Omega Institute, Aerodrome air shows, wineries, spas, golf, boating, the FDR Library and Museum, Vanderbilt estate, Eleanor Roosevelt's Val-Kill cottage, and other historic sites.
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4br Home/Apartment
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This Charming Colonial built in 1967 was recently purchased and totally updated. The kitchen, which has brand new stainless steel appliances, opens to a bright and sunny dining room. The cozy family room has a charming old bar and the airy screened porch leads to a beautiful large outdoor deck.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceFunky, unpretentious, simple house. Sun-filled bathroom with glass tile and full bath. Master Bedroom has a vaulted wooden ceiling. Hardwood floors throughout. Artsy decor. It's a bit tight for 6 adults, but a mix with kids works great. PET FRIENDLY Guest AccessYour door is in the right, driveway-side of the house. The main front and back doors are my side. Feel free to park in the street or in the driveway, not blocking exit. Check-in and out times can be flexible according to what's going on that day; let me know if request something different than 4/11. Off-street parking, access to the front porch, backyard, hammock, BBQ, board games, wireless internet, Netflix and DVD s. NO cable TV. Easy walking distance to town and fairgrounds. Possible pick up from Rhinecliff Amtrak station. Interaction with GuestsHost family lives on the other side of the house, but living spaces are completely separate. I am available if you have questions, but respect privacy. The exterior areas are shared. The NeighborhoodThe Village is safe, sweet and quiet. There is a park with a playground a block away, as well as a deli. The quick walk to town allows easy access to fine restaurants, cool clothing and design shops, and bars. The town pool,library, and playground are about a mile away. It's great to walk around and look at the houses. We have a couple of bikes you could borrow, I'm trying to get some more. We are 15 minutes from Omega Institute, Bard College and the Culinary Institute of America. There are many local pick-your-own farms nearby, with asparagus, berries, apples, pumpkins, Christmas trees and more. The farmer's market in the village is from 10 to 2 on Sundays. Sinterklaas Parade is the first weekend in December, and is a couple of blocks away. There is hiking at Ferncliff Forest, MIlls Mansion, and many other historic mansions on the Hudson. Getting AroundAmtrak to Rhinecliff. MetroNorth to Poughkeepsie. Other Things to NotePets are welcome with prior approval and an extra cleaning fee.
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Excellent
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The SpaceLocated in a historic district just two blocks from the center of town. Total renovation just completed, including all new appliances. Full of folk art, kilims, and multicultural artifacts that are near and dear to the owners and are there for a visual feast! Wifi and cable TV in the home, central air conditioning. Three bedrooms and 1.5 Baths, accommodates five people. Bedroom 1: King size or two twin beds Bedroom 2: Full size bed Bedroom 3: Twin size bed Spacious back yard with new grill, table for six with umbrella, and additional large chairs for comfortable outdoor seating. Screened in porch in the front of the house. Driveway will easily accommodate three cars. Non-smoking home. Guest AccessRHINEBECK AND SURROUNDING AREAS: Spend a weekend, week or month in a charming Hudson Valley town, full of history, galleries, boutiques, bookstores, a movie theater, spas, as well as, casual and fine dining. The house is a two block walk into town and three blocks from the Dutchess County Fairgrounds, home of the renowned Dutchess County Fair and host to a variety of events, such as craft and antique shows, car shows, the Sheep and Wool Festival and a variety of other events. To the South is Hyde Park, home of the historic Vanderbilt Mansion, the home and library of Franklin Roosevelt, the Culinary Institute with its various restaurants, and antique shops along Route 9. Bard College is to the north and features many cultural events, music at the Frank Gehry designed Fisher Center, as well as films, art shows and outdoor events. Tivoli is a delightful little town just north of Bard College where you can find an assortment of restaurants: Mexican, Japanese, Tapas, Continental, Vegetarian. Traveling further north about 20 miles is Hudson, a very old and historic town with over seventy antique shops and galleries and some very interesting restaurants. There is also the Club Helsinki, which features acts and musicians from all over the world. Interaction with GuestsWe are on call in case of any emergencies. We wish you a relaxing, fun-filled time in our home---lots of laughter, love and joy!!! Getting AroundThe Amtrak train is in Rhinecliff, three miles from the center of Rhinebeck and taxis are available to bring you into town. Other Things to NoteMinimum of two night stay. Long term rentals available. Prices vary by season.
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Bed & Breakfast
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Located in Rhinebeck, part of the scenic Hudson Valley, the Stone Church Road B & B is a charming country cape that sits on the hill overlooking the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome. We offer free WiFi. Except for the weekend air shows mid-June to mid-October it is in a quiet country setting. Bard College is 15 minutes away and the center of Rhinebeck is 10 minutes south. Each of our 4 rooms has a queen-size bed, air conditioner, ceiling fan, antique tables, colorful pictures, fresh flowers, and a scenic view. Our hearty breakfasts are served in the downstairs common room beginning at 8 am. This room also has a microwave, refrigerator, library, TV and VCR, and a ping pong table. For those who just want to take it easy, we have several decks and a nature trail. Come and enjoy our casual hospitality.
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Welcome to our cozy, late 19th century Victorian home located in quaint, historic Rhinebeck Village. Walk to all the village has to offer: great restautants,distinctive shops,and the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Our home has been restored with attention to detail and is a "Mirror Victorian" which means the owners reside in a separate area adjacent to the Inn. This unique feature affords privacy for the guests without compromising the guests' needs.Guest rooms feature oversized windows, lace curtains, private baths and fresh flowers. Enjoy the feeling of being in your own home at The Looking Glass, with its Butler's Pantry, sitting room and parlor, all for the guests' use. A television is available in the sitting room; relax on our breezy front porch.
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WhistleWood Farm is set on a hilltop in Rhinebeck, an historic town in New York's Hudson River Valley. We offer you a private country retreat from the bustle of your everyday life, only two hours north of Manhattan. Animals grazing in the sun, and wildflower gardens in bloom make the perfect setting for solitude or lively conversation. Pull up a chair on the deck or a private patio to enjoy the views, or explore the woods on the walking trails that wind through the property (find the pond!). The Rhinebeck Tennis Club is right next door, and so is the Center for the Performing Arts. If golf is your pleasure, the Red Hook Golf Club is nearby. You can also do what most of our guests enjoy most - just relax! The Lodge features a fieldstone surround for a crackling fire, spacious rooms with antique furnishings, beamed ceilings, handmade quilts, oriental rugs and colorful Pendelton blankets. Acorn rockers sit on the sunny front porch. Maggie's eclectic taste and her many collections welcome you and make you feel at home. Come enjoy our warm hospitality in a relaxed, light-hearted atmosphere!
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If you're like me, you're always hoping to find that special, little gem of a place that is genuine and sincere in its charm and ambience. Well, I have found it and it gives me great pleasure to share this special building (that by the way, stayed in the same family for 239 years 1738-1972) with my delightful guests. But you don't have to take my word for it, come, see for yourself! Visit our website for a plethora of pictures and information.
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    230 years-old Dutch Colonial. Private bathroom, Full breakfast. Wi-Fi. 4 miles from the Village of Rhinebeck. 2 miles to The Rhinebeck Aerodrome. 3 miles from the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. 10 miles from the Culinary Institute. The Omega Institute (7 miles). Marist College (15 miles). Bard College (7 miles). Vassar (20 miles) And 7 miles from the Rhinecliff Amtrak Station.
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    5br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceHuge octogonal chef's kitchen, with professional stove and all equipment, including grand espresso machine. Rebuilt 1840s farm house. Original floorboards. Everything bright and clean. Kitchen is enormous social space, the rest of the house is very quiet, with library and grand piano. Three porches and yards on all sides. Two king beds, three queen beds. Extra bed in loft space. Guest AccessLake, well maintained hot tub, twenty mostly landscaped acres. Stables. Livestock. Fishing, rowing and swimming in lake. Granite all-season ping pong table. Swimming pool with pool house. Flower gardens, fruit trees, a vegetable and herb garden for all to help themselves. The NeighborhoodRhinebeck is a few minutes by car, a fifteen minute bike ride, the Amtrak station to Midtown Manhattan is a seven minute car ride. Getting AroundAmtrak in Rhinecliff to Penn Station, a commuter train to Grand Central in Poughkeepsie. Locally best by car and, weather permitting, bike. Other Things to NoteThe generator makes the house one of the few not to be troubled by frequent power outages.
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    The SpaceOur guests will have access to one of two clean, private, carpeted bedrooms with a queen sized four poster antique bed or king sized bed and full bathroom with shower and bath. Guest AccessLiving room with a flat screen cable TV, and WiFi throughout the house. Interaction with GuestsWe are always available to our guests if they need something. We live here full time and try to be here during our guest's stay The NeighborhoodRhinebeck is a pristine little town with delightful shops and high quality restaurants. Rhinebeck itself is almost 400 years old, and home to the Traphagen Inn, the oldest inn in America. We are also only 5 miles from the Bard College Campus, 9 miles from the Omega Institute, 17 miles from the Culinary Institute of America , and just 16 miles from historic Woodstock. Our community thrives on fresh air, fresh food, and easy access. Don't miss bucolic Poet's Walk or one of the many rail trails for walking or biking. Getting AroundWe are in the country and have adequate parking for our guests. A car will certainly give you more access to the many sites in the area. For those of you coming from NYC, a lovely train ride up the Hudson River to Rhinecliff, NY leaves you but a short cab ride to our home. Other Things to NoteWe are also minutes from the Aerodrome, an antique air field with weekend shows. (URL HIDDEN) So don't be surprised if you see an occasional biplane fly over the house.
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    The SpaceThe space is truly special because it's so quiet, peaceful and filled with wildlife, yet so close to the village and Omega. Choose a bedroom with beautiful antiques, or the finished basement with tons of private room. There are 2 quaint and comfortable bedrooms available, plus the living space in the finished basement. I live in the house, so please understand this is a rental of a lovely, quaint bedroom in the house, and your own large bathroom. Please feel free to use the kitchen, den, the front porch, back patio, and all other common areas! My very personable, happy-go-lucky, 5 year old golden retriever will make you feel right at home. Two friendly kitties will snuggle too, but only on their terms (of course!). Omega is only 3 miles away, and the village is only 1.5 miles. Or, try Poet's Walk with incredible Hudson views, Burger Hill Park which is only a walk away. Access the whole house and make yourself at home: large living room, den with fireplace, eat-in-kitchen, private bathroom, wi-fi, satellite TV... During the week we probably won't see each other much: I commute into NYC every day, which is a looong day away. But on the weekends, it's pure peace and relaxation. I've been here for 15 years, and will let you know the best restaurants, best parks, most fun things to do. It's so peaceful and private -- beautiful gardens and stone steps, outside sitting areas, front porch and back patio (with built-in pool for summer!). Yet an easy drive or walk to everything Rhinebeck has to offer. It's an ideal place to stay for Omega visitors too, so close! Interaction with GuestsDuring the week we probably won't see each other much: I commute into NYC every day, which is a looong day away. But on the weekends, it's pure peace and relaxation. I've been here for 15 years, and will let you know the best restaurants, best parks, most fun things to do. The NeighborhoodIt's so peaceful and private -- beautiful gardens and stone steps, outside sitting areas, front porch and back patio (with built-in pool for summer!). Yet an easy drive or walk to everything Rhinebeck has to offer. It's an ideal place to stay for Omega visitors too, so close!
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    The SpaceIt is a charming updated older house in one of the best towns in America, lived in by a homeowner who has good taste in furnishings and art, and right outside the door are two porches and a backyard terrace, veggie garden, croquet set. In town--steps away--are great restaurants, independent movie theater and bookstore, wine store, shops, and proximity to two college campuses with museums and theaters, one hour from the Berkshires, 30 minutes to Hyde Park to see Roosevelt's Presidential library and home, 15 minutes to Omega Institute, near ski slops for winter, 30 minutes or so also to the other CIA for food and tours, and train stations to Boston and New York. This is great living with farms all around. The town also has a super public library, tennis courts, outdoor pool, inexpensive gym with daily memberships permitted, pilates and yoga studios. Once you come you won't want to leave! Guest AccessIn my home, there are wonderful indoor spaces that are updated and with TVs and wi-fi, music systems, two porches, a serious vegetable garden for your plucking and please water, bicycles and trails, and a town within a fast walk away. I also have red grape vines. And the town has an historic post office nearby, two great wine stores, home furnishings shops galore with tasteful stuff, and a well equipped gym that's a quick drive or bike ride away that only charges $25 a month! What a deal. I won't rent for only one night since too much of a hassle to be ready, and get away but two nights is ok, prefer 2 or 3, however. But I can make exceptions at times. I will also consider lower prices from December through February due to the colder weather but it's gorgeous here!' Interaction with GuestsI am there to meet guests and be there at the end to send them off as long as the timing works; I try to be flexible about entry and exit times. I share my house with cookbooks, piano, Wi-fi, etc. I provide a list of restaurants with my own reviews, as well as a list of important area stores for food shopping, clothing, candy, etc. I want you to love my home and village as much as I do, as well as my family and friends. The NeighborhoodEverything, from the farms all around to the town's history from the 17th century, the best shops including a gift and kitchen store, independent movie and book stores, 33 or more restaurants with many chefs trained by the CIA school nearby, yoga and pilates studios galore, a painting class, two nearby colleges and the most wonderful shopkeepers and homeowners who are friendly, smart and unpretentious. Getting AroundYES, there is public transportation--buses to the city, trains to the city and Boston, plus bicycle trails and I have two bikes to use. And wineries nearby. And the house is about 10-15 minutes by car to Omega for those who want to take classes. And about 15 minutes to FDR's home and restored library in Hyde Park, worth a visit! Other Things to NoteTwo porches, back one has barbecue with gas; vegetable garden; will be a swing set some time; walking distance to town's tennis courts and pool, fabulous library within walking distance, restaurants, shops, movie and bookstore, and super food stores including a smaller version of Whole Foods that is so much cheaper across the river in Kingston. Absolutely no smoking or pets under any condition. And I really prefer older children, a baby or one little one is fine but the house has antiques and collectibles. Let's talk about kids if you want to bring them.
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    Excellent
    37 reviews
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    The SpaceRenovated, unique historical structure dating back to the early 19th century Guest AccessPool and Jacuzzi area Gardens The NeighborhoodFamily neighborhood within walking distance to village Getting AroundWalking distance to village Amtrak 5 minutes away Other Things to NoteHappy to pick up guests at train station if needed!
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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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    3br Home/Apartment
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    A perfect home away from home in the beautiful Hudson Valley “Gracious, clean, well appointed home with a cozy vibe. Living quarters all on one floor, no stairs to worry about. Great location close to town and neighboring amenities. Explore the Hudson Valley in comfort from this charming country sanctuary in the woods.” Maria Wander, Riverdale, NY The Rhinebeck Retreat is very proud to have hosted the Rhinebeck Writer’s Retreat during July and August this summer. This retreat was for musical theatre composers, lyricists and bookwriters. These award-winning writers have had readings, showcases, or full productions of their musicals done in professional regional theatres across the country. We appreciate that they choose our space for their creative endeavors and wish them well and much success. We welcome yoga, meditation and other small groups for weekend and weeklong retreats. Our space is also available for weddings and other special occasions. Families and extended family gatherings are always welcome. Town & Country Begin with a leisurely, yet invigorating 2 hour drive (from Brooklyn, less time from Manhattan) up the picturesque Taconic Parkway winding through the Hudson River Valley. Or if you prefer to kick back, you can take Amtrak from Penn Station to the Rhinecliff Station. This most scenic train journey takes you along the Hudson River all the way from New York City. From there you need to either rent a car or take a cab to our house. This modern home is located on a scenic country road, ten minutes from the village of Rhinebeck. A popular weekend destination, Rhinebeck is well known as the home of Omega Institute (eomega.org / 5 minute drive) as well as for its fine dining establishments (Gigi Trattoria, Arielle, Starr Place, Terrapin, Zen Dog, China Rose, etc), fine boutiques (Haldora, No Sugar, Winter Sun & Summer Moon, Cesare & Lili, etc), and specialty shops (Paper Trail, Face of Stockholm, Hammertown, Oblong Books & Music, etc.). You can see a first-run independent film at the popular art house cinema Upstate Films. Every weekend you can find the best produce, baked goods, prepared foods that the Hudson Valley has to offer at the Rhinebeck Farmers Market. There is also an excellent health food store in town (Rhinebeck Health Foods/the Garden Street Cafe) that has a great little cafe (try the Avocado Supreme). Rhinebeck is also home to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds which hosts the famous Dutchess County Fair, the annual Sheep and Wool Fest, Rhinebeck Antiques Fair and many more events throughout the year. Day trips to Woodstock and the Catskills, the Berkshires, Dia Beacon, Storm King, Olana, the FDR library and Vanderbilt Mansion are easy to make. Accomodations Our contemporary house is a perfect home away from home. Easily accommodating four to six people, the open floor plan is cozy and inviting. Families are welcome (no pets please). We have three bedrooms and two full baths, a modern chefs kitchen (and outdoor gas grill), a screened-in back porch with picnic table, and a fireplace where you can warm your bones after a long day. You are welcome to select a movie from our large, eclectic dvd library (includes many childrens videos). We have wifi so you can keep in touch with the outside world if you want to (don’t forget to bring your laptop). Our well-stocked bookcase includes a section dedicated to the historic Hudson Valley. Two adult bikes and a child’s bike are also available for your use. For your convenience, we have an easily accessible washer and dryer. Nature and Nurture If you simply want to get away from it all and enjoy nature, the valley offers excellent birdwatching, hiking, apple picking, biking, and horseback riding minutes from our front door. You can also kick back on our private landscaped three acre property and read a good book in a hammock, or play a rousing game of Bocce on our full size court. The kids will love to bounce on the trampoline (with supervision please). Adults can find yoga and pilates studios in the village. In the winter months, exceptional sledding may be had on the rolling hills at Mills Mansion and nearby Burger Hill Park (affectionately referred to as “Rocket Run” by our boys). Skiing is also nearby, the catkills and berkshire ski venues are about 45 minutes away. The Night Sky Whatever the season, I am in awe of our night sky. When the sun settles down beyond the Catskills and dusk gives way to dark, the scene is set for the grand celestial dance of the moon and stars in the sky above. Though we have many tall trees on our property, the view is immense and stunning. Feel free to bring your telescopes or binoculars. A Secret Garden We also offer a wonderful environment to get in touch with your inner gardener. Whether you want to mulch, weed, rake, water or all of the above, you are welcome to make use of our many flower beds. We will provide the knee pads, trowels, etc. Let us know what you want to do, and we will help. All the necessary ingredients for a relaxing weekend, weeklong or monthly retreat.
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      This newly renovated modern farmhouse style home is situated on a serene, country road. Walk outside and decide to either visit the farm next door, complete with cows, or the Northern Dutchess County Botanical Gardens. Light filled home welcomes you as you enter into slate floors and wide wood floors throughout. All custom colors by Farrow and Ball used throughout, Hand crafted farmhouse doors. Bespoke accents throughout. Reclaimed wood carpentry. Wrap around deck in the back of the house overlooks a lightly wooded forest and a stream. Master bedroom on the main floor has its own tumbled marble bathroom and its own entry door. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and an absolutely gorgeous bathroom with a custom stained glass crafted for us by a local artist. One of these bedroom has its own door to a private upper deck overlooking a sweeping lawn. New stainless steel kitchen with maple cabinetry and a sliding glass door to the back deck. Light pours in through four skylights throughout the house. There is so much to do! Go antiquing in Red Hook, visit a country fair at the Dutchess County fairgrounds, go shopping at the upscale Rhinebeck boutiques, visit the Rhinebeck farmers market throughout most of the fall, eat in the many farm-to-table restaurants, go see a film at the Upstate Film theater which also is one of the venues for the Woodstock Film Festival beginning October 16-19th. Go apple picking and enjoy the fall foliage. Sinterklaas Festival in the village of Rhinebeck on December 6th. sinterklaashudsonvalley.com This newly renovated 1930's cape-style home is situated on a serene, country road. Walk outside and decide to either visit the farm down the country road, complete with cows, or the Northern Dutchess County Botanical Gardens. Everywhere you look you see the beautiful fall foliage. Come before it's gone! Up and coming events include Sinterclaas Festival in the village of Rhinebeck on December 6th. (website: hidden) See a movie in the vintage Upstate Film Theater. Dine in some of the best restaurants in the catskills.
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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 Space2100-square-foot home. Cheerful light-filled rooms are fully furnished with comfy, relaxed eclectic furniture, lots of fascinating art, and pretty plants indoors and out. Lots of sunny windows overlook stunning Catskill and wooded views. Perfect for a private spring getaway in the country, but roomy enough to accommodate wedding or special occasion guests. Invite your friends or take a quiet country retreat. Large screened porch with couch and dining area, deck with lovely Catskill mountain view and beautiful woodland gardens. A cedar deck leads to a bluestone patio with Weber charcoal grill and outdoor seating. Kitchen with dishwasher, large fridge, 6-burner Garland restaurant gas stove, and pantry--perfect if you like to cook. Plenty of dishes, glassware, napery, and serving platters. Eat-in bar for two or adjacent dining area with expandable table can seat up to 8. Eat at home or dine out in any of Rhinebeck’s famous restaurants Roomy living area with cozy wood-burning stove and comfy couches for snuggling. Downstairs guest room with pullout queen-sized futon bed, DVD player. Downstairs bathroom has tiled shower. Upstairs is the sunny master bedroom with basic-channel cable TV, adjacent bathroom with tub and hand held shower. Cozy guest room with comfy queen size futon, and smaller bedroom with single bed and desk for writers. Guest AccessFree WiFi, complimentary tea and coffee, plenty of books, games, and videos, and laundry facilities all included. Interaction with GuestsI will greet you when you arrive to show you around, and will come back to say goodbye when you leave. I'll be making a daily visit to feed the cat and will also be available by phone any time to answer questions. The NeighborhoodYou can have the best of both worlds: the house is nestled in the woods, but it's only 2.5 miles from the heart of Rhinebeck, justly famous for its unique blend of small-town charm and upscale elegance, home of Upstate Films, as well as scores of interesting shops and excellent restaurants. Quiet and privacy plus convenience! Other Things to NoteThose with cat allergies, sadly, may have an issue: there is a sweet and very friendly cat in residence.
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      The SpaceThis newly renovated modern farmhouse style home is situated on a serene, country road. Walk outside and decide to either visit the farm next door, complete with cows, or the Northern Dutchess County Botanical Gardens. Light filled home welcomes you as you enter into slate floors and wide wood floors throughout. All custom colors by Farrow and Ball used throughout, Hand crafted farmhouse doors. Bespoke accents throughout. Reclaimed wood carpentry. Wrap around deck in the back of the house overlooks a lightly wooded forest and a stream. Master bedroom on the main floor has its own tumbled marble bathroom and its own entry door and a queen bed. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and an absolutely gorgeous bathroom with a custom stained glass crafted for us by a local artist. One of these bedroom has its own door to a private upper deck overlooking a sweeping lawn. There is a full bed in one room and a twin and day bed in the other upstairs bedroom. New stainless steel kitchen with maple cabinetry and a sliding glass door to the back deck. Light pours in through four skylights throughout the house. ENJOY THE HOLIDAY CHEER THIS DECEMBER IN THE VILLAGE. The shopping and dining is amazing for every taste, all within the village(URL HIDDEN) There is so much to do! Go antiquing in Red Hook, visit a country fair at the Dutchess County fairgrounds, go shopping at the upscale Rhinebeck boutiques, sign up for one of Omega Institute's many workshops, visit the Rhinebeck farmers market throughout most of the fall, eat in the many farm-to-table restaurants, go see a film at the Upstate Film theater which also is one of the venues for the Woodstock Film Festival beginning October 16-19th. Go apple picking and enjoy the fall foliage. See the Sheep and Wool Festival Octob(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) at the Dutchess County Fair Grounds. children welcome NON SMOKING, outside ok pets not allowed Guest AccessGuests will enjoy a well equipped kitchen which leads to a wood deck and teak table and chairs overlooking a beautiful wooded forest. Upper floor balcony. Flat screen TV and WIFI. Interaction with GuestsHost will be available to make suggestions and answer any questions about events in the area. The NeighborhoodThe house is on a quiet country road. Convenient to Rhinebeck Village and Red Hook, Rhinebeck Center for Performing Arts Playhouse, Omega Institute, The Culinary Institute, Bard College, Kaatsbaan International Dance Center, Olana Historic sight, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and museum, Vanderbilt Mansion Favorite Restaurants to check out: (URL HIDDEN) ter(URL HIDDEN) ma(URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteSinterklaus parade December 3, 2016 in Rhinebeck village (URL HIDDEN)
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      The SpaceThis home depicts Vintage Rhinebeck. Elegant country charm. Original 1939 Cape, is yesteryear once more with original details and character. This is a weekly or monthly rental. Additionally is a private guest quarters efficiency with office. Prime location in The Historic Village, Stroll to Fine restaurants, Bistros,Boutique Shops, Upstate Movie Theatre, The Beekman Arms,or how about a picnic at Crystal Lake. This home hugs you, just like Grandma's. Immaculate and charming. Perfect for 2 adults looking for a personal immaculate home with privacy. Private fenced in Court yard.Local Library, Swimming Pool and Tennis. There is also food delivery from The Matchbox,China Rose and Village Pizza. Local Library, Swimming Pool and Tennis. For questions and to reserve call (phone number hidden) ask for Lin. Guest AccessGuest will have access to private home .Secured Enclosed courtyard. In Village just a stroll to bistros, boutique shops, movie theater, parks. Getting AroundYes a short walk to bus. Rhinecliff Train Station 1.5 miles Other Things to NoteThis Original 1939 immaculate abode (just like grandmas )depicts The charm of if the Historic Village of Rhinebeck. A White House with Picket fence just like Yesteryear a Norman Rockwell Home and Village setting. Private closed in courtyard . Convenient stroll to Restaurants,Bistros, Boutique Shops, Movie Theater. We no longer have rabbit ears for TV antenna have this new thing called Cable and Wifi. So you have instead of just a few channels now you have a few hundred. HBO and more. You can always listen to the radio too Remember the old midnight radio stories? Staying at the Darling of Rhinebeck will hug you. Cozy, intimate and totally charming.
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      The SpaceSpacious room with new private bathroom. Comfortable Queen bed, beautiful furnishings, nice desk, excellent reading chair, wireless Wi-Fi, TV with remote, stereo with CD player, all well kept and immaculately clean. Plenty of towels and bathroom amenities if needed. Excellent location in the midst of the village of Rhinebeck only 3.5 blocks from village center, yet quiet. Quaint little park right across the street. Plenty of stuff in the refrigerator for breakfast and/or snacks. Complimentary beer, wine bottled water etc. Guest AccessLiving room with HD TV and Netflix, Dining room, kitchen, beautiful deck with BBQ. Outside tables and chairs overlooking beautiful garden of vegetables and flowers. Use of my refrigerator to store things of yours welcome. Interaction with GuestsAs little or as much as they wish. I like to personally meet and greet my guests, orient them to the house and see them off when they leave. The NeighborhoodQuaint, quaint and more quaint. Great for walks around and to the village. Plenty of nice shops, restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques in the village - NO box stores. Dutchess County Fairgrounds 4 blocks from my house. Getting AroundThe Dutchess County Loop Bus services Poughkeepsie and Rhinebeck and there is cab service from the train station in Rhinecliff. My house has free on-site parking for up to two cars and the location of the house is easily walk-able to center of Rhinebeck village and to the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. We are about a 7 miles drive (10 minutes) to the Omega Institute. If I'm free and if it's not too far, I will gladly give you a lift somewhere if I can. Other Things to NoteI provide a little continental breakfast (all available in the refrigerator for your use) at no charge to my renters - usually consisting of Orange Juice, fresh fruit, Greek yogurt, coffee, espresso and/or tea, coffee, crumb cake, fresh bagels with butter and jam and whatever else I might have to offer you from my fridge ! Only 3 blocks to places in Rhinebeck village that can serve you a full hot breakfast as well.
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      The SpaceWe have a pleasantly private rural setting convenient to the Taconic State Parkway and route nine, as well as train facilities in Rhinecliff and Poughkeepsie. Omega Institute, a holistic campus, is within walking distance. The village of Rhinebeck is within 6 miles and has an abundance of quality eating establishments and nightlife facilities. We are surrounded by many horseback riding facilities and are also convenient to the wine trail. Bard College, within 7 miles, offers theater and music venues. The Bardavon in Poughkeepsie too has excellent music as does the Falcon in Marlboro, New York. Historic Hyde Park is but 15 minutes away. The Rhinebeck aerodrome seems to be known by many throughout the world and in the summer Rhinebeck hosts the Dutchess County Fair, a reasonably well-known agricultural oriented activity. Throughout the year at the fairgrounds are craft fairs, wine pairings, car shows and innumerable other events. The room itself, though not spacious is more than adequate for one: or two individuals who enjoy each others company and are willing to share a bed. Pets and children would not be desirable. Guest AccessLinens and parking are included. Toiletries are available on a limited basis if you have forgotten something. Television doesn't exist. But wifi appears to have been established in both the bedroom and the gazebo (though AT&T users appear to have a bit of difficulty). The grounds are, baring the house, decks, and oversized shed, available for use including the gazebo with furnishings, lawn chairs, hammock, tree swing, walking paths, A (singular) 5(?) speed bicycle. Interaction with GuestsWe are always available if something is required simply by calling my wife's cell phone, the number of which is provided upon arrival, or knocking on the house door if someone is home. If for some reason we are away during your stay we employ a management company which handles EMERGENCIES for us. You simply call us via Karen's provided number and we contact them. They do stop in periodically when we are away ( they stop in when we're here too). To date, we have not had any problems requiring their services. The NeighborhoodWe live on a quiet secluded dirt road with little traffic and no noise even vaguely resembling that found in cities. Wildlife is generally abundant. Getting AroundTaxi service is available otherwise a vehicle is advisable. Other Things to NoteThough comfortable, the room (with full private bath - shower not tub) is not excessively large. We feel it is ample for one or two individuals willing to share a bed. We do not believe it is either pet or child friendly. The grounds, lawn furniture, gazebo , etc are available for your use but the main house and decks are considered private. At present we have one 5 speed bike available for use with the proviso that if you use it don't get yourself injured, you are NOT covered for medical expenses. There is NO A/C , refrigerator, or coffee machine. There are plenty of screened windows and a 3 speed ceiling fan. These appear to have been adequate thus far. Karen is entertaining the idea of providing a carafe of coffee in the gazebo upon request If We Are Home during your stay. Oft-times we visit our children regardless of guests arrival as we have already made plans before accepting a guest. We generally inform a potential guest of this possibility so you realize we will not be physically available. We are always available through text, phone, or Internet and have a friend who we can contact in an emergency. Extra blankets are in the bottom dresser draw as are spare linens for extended stays. There is a built in cabinet in the bathroom with extra toilet paper, paper towels, towels etc. We do not allow smoking in the room, but ashtrays are in the gazebo for those of us when cannot or do not want to abstain.
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      The SpaceOur house is warm, open and inviting. The house has an amazing outdoor space with large deck and screened in porch with hot tub, hammock and bbq and fire pit. Master bed w/ queen bed, 2nd bdr w/ full bed. Den with new CB2 modern sofa that pulls out to queen bed. Fully stocked kitchen with blender, coffee maker, Nespresso Machine, toaster etc. Washer and Dryer available if needed Guest AccessAnything that the house offers. Interaction with GuestsAs much as needed but we respect privacy. The NeighborhoodSerene and relaxing. Lots of things to do moments away. Rhinbebeck Village, Hiking, Omega Institute, Farmers Market, Rhinebeck Theatre and Tennis, Dutchess County Fait, Air Show. Getting AroundTrain from NYC to Rhinecliff Car is recommended
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      The SpaceOur 700 square feet little cottage comfortably fits three with an additional "emergency" bed on the living room couch and allows for individual parties to have some privacy during their stay: The master bedroom has a queen size bed, the other bedroom has a twin bed and a writing desk, while the tiny TV room has a DVD/VHS-player, books, CDs, children's toys and board games. Wi-Fi available. The deck, another 700 square feet, has comfortable chairs, a picnic table and a grill. The cottage is close to the Rhinecliff Amtrak (5 miles) or the Poughkeepsie Metro North train station (17 miles- with hourly trains to NYC), the Kingston's Trailways Bus station (20min), the Rhinebeck Aerodrome (5 min), the Dutchess County Fairgrounds (5 min), the Omega Institute (10 min), the Hudson Walk-Way (20min), the Culinary Institute (15 min), Bard College (15 min), Kingston's historic uptown (20 min) , Vassar and Marist College (20 min), and Woodstock( 30 min). There is a 2 night minimum stay. In the winter 4-wheel drive (or snow shoes) are strongly recommended to reach the cottage which is situated at the end of a steep and sometimes rough driveway. The drive from/to NYC is 1.5-2 hrs. Guest AccessBefore arriving at the house, guests will receive detailed instructions how to find the place, how to get access to the key and more by email. For your convenience: Rhinebeck Laundromat - 0.6 miles north from town traffic light - off Route 9 north Open 8am - 8 pm, 7 days a week Address: 6565 Springbrook Plaza, Suite 1 offering also pick up & delivery: Sue's WASH & FOLD Mo-Fr 7:00-12pm Tel: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Interaction with GuestsOur guests can enjoy complete privacy in and around the cottage - but should be aware of the fact that family members may occasionally (but respectfully!) work on outdoor projects (boats etc.) out of the workshop which is located in the cottage basement. Guests are welcome to use any other part of the property. Interactions between guests and host range from brief text message directions to explain arrival and departure to lively conversations over a glass of wine - totally dependent on personal preference and need: we can, in any case, always provide that missing cup of sugar :-) and hope our guests communicate their worries and needs to us. The NeighborhoodThe Hudson Valley extends 150 miles above the tip of Manhattan and is the oldest tourist destination since Henry Hudson sailed the Half Moon up the Hudson in 1609. In 2013, the region was proclaimed as ONE OF THE TOP 20 DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD. Designated as a National Heritage Area, the valley is steeped in history, natural beauty, culture and a burgeoning food and farmer’s market scene. Among many attributes, it’s the oldest wine producing area in the country, and the magnificent scenery inspired artists whose works became the Hudson River School of Painters in 1825. Things to do: Bike or walk to town (1.4 miles to the center; along route 9), and enjoy Rhinebeck's wide variety of restaurants, the farmer's market on Sundays, the independent Upstate movie theater, and exclusive shopping. Attend a party at Grasmere, or swim or play tennis at the town's recreational park. Visit historical sites (10 - 20 min) such as Clermont, Montgomery Place, Olana, and Wilderstein, Mills Mansion, Vanderbilt Mansion, and the FDR Presidential Library, Kingston's Historical District, the Kingston Roundout Waterfront, or catch a movie at the 1950 Hyde Park Drive-In movie theater. Getting AroundBUS: Take the Shortline Bus from Port Authority to Rhinebeck. The bus will drop you at the Beekman Arms Hotel in town. Bikes are accepted, first come, first served. Call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) for the most up to date information. Travel time: 2 hours. TRAIN: AMTRAK: Ride the Empire Service Line from Penn Station to the Rhinecliff stop. Bicycles must be boxed. Nominal fee. If taking Amtrak, you'll be let off at the Rhinecliff stop. Monday through Friday, the DUCK trolley transports visitors into Rhinebeck (as well as Hyde Park and Poughkeepsie). Though on weekends, a cab is your best bet, and Rhinebeck Taxi is conveniently located at the train station. Call 1-800-USA-RAIL for the most up to date information. Travel time: 1 hour, 35 minutes. METRO-NORTH from Grand Central in NY to the Poughkeepsie Train Station. B&B Taxi Serving Poughkeepsie and the Surrounding Area Phone numb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) RENT-A-CAR: Enterprise Car Rental serves both train-stations, and will met you at the station. Go to (URL HIDDEN) or call Poughkeepsie train station (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Rhinecliff train station (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) There is also the LOOP BUS service in cooperation with the Metro-North railroad. Please call The LOOP telephone line ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)) for more information. CAR: Take the New York State Thruway (I-87) north to exit 19. Then first exit (Route 28 W), then first exit (Route 209 N) over the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge. Take Route 9G south, then Route 9 south, two miles into town. Detailed instructions will be mailed to you. Travel time: 1-1/2 to 2 hours. TROLLEY: The DUCK (Dutchess-Ulster Connection at Kingston) trolley services Rhinebeck and surrounding towns, including Poughkeepsie and Hyde Park. It stops at the Rhinecliff train station and Beekman Arms in central Rhinebeck. Unfortunately, the trolley only runs Monday through Friday. TAXI: Rhinebeck Taxi is located at the train station. The five-minute ride into Rhinebeck will set you back about $7. Call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) B&B Taxi Serving Poughkeepsie and the Surrounding Area Phone numb(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Other Things to NotePlease note that this is a COUNTRY cottage! In other words, there is privacy, beautiful nature and amazing animal sightings, but also the occasional critter that is too loud, a sometimes challenging drive way (especially during the rainy/wintry months) , and the fact that even little storms can knock out power no matter what the season. We love living here, and we do hope that you will love it too.