Rosendale, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Rosendale

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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceEscape from New York to this ultra-modern--yet cozy--two-bedroom eco cottage in the heart of the Hudson Valley in the Village of Rosendale, NY. A car isn't even necessary. From NYC the express bus is 2 stops--1hr. 45 min. from Port Authority. The bus stop is a short walk or arrange a pick-up in advance. I'm a green builder and furniture designer and I created this state-of-the-art cottage for guests. It's outfitted with unique materials, custom-designed furniture and lighting. The spectacular location is an outdoor enthusiast's dream with all indoor comforts--coupled with a short walk to civilization. On the property there are rock cliffs and amazing nature to admire. It's a 5-minute walk to the Mohonk Preserve--a place that The Nature Conservancy calls "one of the last great places on earth." Included in your stay are 2 free day passes to the Mohonk Preserve. This cottage was hand-made to the highest "green" standards and my hope is to inspire you to live comfortably while conserving energy. Accommodations include two bedrooms with plush, queen-sized beds. The modern kitchen includes an induction cooktop and Advantium oven. The spa-like bathroom has a deep-soak tub. Access to the cottage is with a key-code lock and there's wireless internet, Apple TV, and good cell reception. It's a 100-yard walk to the just-renovated, 1000' long, 150' high "Walkway over the Rondout." This historic former train trestle is part of the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail (WVRT) which accesses over 85 continuous miles of hiking, trail running, cycling, and cross-country skiing. Below this trestle is the nearest swimming hole. Enjoy a lovely and scenic riverside stroll to bars, restaurants, and historic movie theater on Main Street--a 5-minute walk from your door. Come experience what it's like to have no indoor air pollution. The cottage was hand-made and finished with virtually zero VOC's (volatile organic compounds). An allergy sufferer's dream: there's no smoke, down feathers, or pet dander of any kind. Fresh, filtered air is exchanged constantly via a heat recovery ventilator (HRV). Rosendale is centrally located to visit international art venues in Storm King and Beacon, The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) and other Hudson Valley farm-to-table meccas, and we're sandwiched between historic Kingston and New Paltz. Rock climbing, ice climbing, and mtn bike guiding services are available. Massage can be scheduled in-house--or arrange a super-special day-spa visit at the Mohonk Mountain House. Local occupancy tax is included. Other Things to NoteChecking in: Lets coordinate arrival times at least 24 hrs in advance. Check-in is typically after 3pm. I appreciate a one-hour window of arrival. Please keep in touch with changes to your ETA. I also ask guests to please call or text when about an hour away. I meet all guests and provide the key-code upon arrival. Check-out time is noon.
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The SpaceThis old Victorian house is a 4 minute walk to Rosendale Main Street. I just got 2 mountain bikes you can borrow to ride around - see the pictures. To get to Rosendale Main Street, you walk or bike beside the Rondout Creek, pass under the rail trestle and in about 400 yards, you're there. There is a Waterfall to swim in - another 10 minute walk up the road. You can walk or bike to the rail trestle, too. There is a full sized hammock, a copper bathtub, a yard and patio to relax if you are in the mood for quiet space. Breakfast eggs here come from the chickens next door. This is a single room in a 3 bedroom house. The room contains 1 Queen bed, a table, a desk with one chair, a land line phone, and three big windows. The room is cleaned on the morning of your arrival. There is plenty of storage space with a lock so you can leave your belongings in a safe place while you explore. If you arrive before check-in, it is usually no problem at all just tell me when. If you need a place to leave your stuff after you check-out (for example, your flight or bus doesn't leave until the evening and if the room is going to be re-occupied) there is locked storage available. You will be given clean linen and towels. The upstairs bath is all yours for the duration of your stay and is supplied with toilet paper, soap, shampoo, and if you have forgotten toothpaste, razors, deodorant, lotion, chap stick etc. there is a little basket of those things ready for you as well. There is a living room with a fireplace to enjoy and a kitchen that you are welcome to use, a hammock, and an outdoor seating area in the small yard. There is also a washing machine and dryer if you need one. The house has 10 mb WIFI internet access in every room. The building is old but it has been remodeled and this room was remodeled only a couple of years ago. There is no elevator in the building. If you book this room, you will be provided the following: -Clean sheets, blankets, and pillows -Clean towels -One key to your room. -Information for booking Hiking, climbing, walking, cycling, skydiving, tubing, brewery, and day-trip tours. You can book them directly from the house. I can also tell you cool local spots to check out. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to enjoy the deck, hammock, yard, kitchen, bedroom, living room, dining room, 2 baths, and washer/dryer. You will have your own room with a key. The upstairs bathroom is yours alone for the duration of your stay. I can direct you to good restaurants, pubs, groceries, etc. and there are guide books, maps and useful pamphlets in the room. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as they wish. The NeighborhoodI joined airbnb.com to meet people and rent out my extra room in Rosendale – Rosendale is the best hamlet in the world and in addition to the Rondout Creek, the Widow Jane mine, and the Rail Trail to New Paltz, we even got a traffic signal recently. In Rosendale you will find historic sites, restaurants, cafes and clubs. The bus station is nearby on Route 32 ( about a 15 minute walk or I can pick you op there) and Stewart International Airport is 30 minutes away in Newburgh NY. I can give you further information for hiking, climbing, walking, cycling, skydiving, tubing, brewery, and day-trip tours. You can book them directly from the house. I can also tell you cool local waterfalls and swimming holes, and other local festivals, flea markets, yard sales and spots to check out. Getting AroundYou will already be in Rosendale and everything is within walking distance. There are 2 mountain bikes you can borrow if you are in a riding mood. The bus to new York City is also within walking distance, along with buses to the Train line. You can go anywhere in New York City within a 1.5 hour bus ride from this location. Parking options: 1)Free: Park in front of the house and walk up around to the back porch entry. 2)Free: Pull up the driveway and park behind the red truck. Walk around to the back porch entry. 3)People always ask how much it costs to park. We find this really funny. If you're coming on a plane, the Airport code is SWF. It is 30 minutes from Rosendale and I can pick you up if you need a ride. If you're coming by bus, it is the Rosendale stop (just after New Paltz) Bus pickup is also available. If you're driving here, drive through Rosendale and under the rail trestle you will see the house on the right with the NOTARY sign and the big dead tree. I am a Notary in case you need to execute legal instruments during your stay but basically, nobody ever does this. Other Things to NoteAbout arriving: Please send me your arrival time and I will be here to meet you and get you sorted. Don’t worry too much about the check-in time. You are welcome to arrive early on almost any day. There is a cat in the house but he only comes into the kitchen.
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The SpaceEscape from the city to your own private retreat with an outdoor hottub and tiki bar, both overlooking the Rondout Creek. Weather permitting, there is also a comfortable outdoor bed where you can sleep under the stars. If it is a little cool, light up the chiminea for some extra warmth. The tiki bar also has a TV if you want to stay in touch or get your sports fix (put away during the winter). There is also a Weber grill and dining table outside if you feel like a BBQ. The house has an open layout main living area and has cell phone service and wifi. There are 2 sliding glass doors to the 850sf deck bringing lots of light into the house. Accommodations include 2 bedrooms. One bedroom has a queen sized bed with an attached bath. The second bedroom has a full sized bed. The bathroom is not attached but is located right next to the bedroom. There is also a comfortable couch in the living room for an additional guest (maximum of 5 guests). The house is located right on the Rondout Creek on a dead-end road in quaint Rosendale, NY and offers plenty of privacy. It is 1.5 miles to Main Street with several restaurants, bars, shopping, a newly renovated theater and more. There is an express bus from NYC that takes about a 1.5-2 hours. We can pick you up if you'd like. A big attraction in town is the newly renovated train trestle over the Rondout Creek. It gives easy access to over 60 miles of hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and running between Kingston and Gardiner. You can rent a bike in town (right next to the bus stop) and explore this part of the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail. There are many great attractions close by including New Paltz, Stone Ridge, Mohonk, Kingston waterfront, Minnewaska, Awosting, Woodstock, Bellayre Mtn., Hunter Mtn. and Windham Mtn. No smoking inside. Please note there is a large drop off from the deck so the house is not appropriate for small children. Thanks for looking!
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The SpaceThis house sits on a quiet country street, in a village with just a church and a post office. If you don't mind a good walk with a steep hill, you'll find the Rondout Creek a tributary of the Hudson River, a great place for eagle spotting or kayaking. The house is a 5-10 minute drive to shops and restaurants in Rosendale and Kingston. The tree lined yard is about a third of an acre, has a six person patio table and grill. Its great for watching squirrels and birds. I go there to listen to the radio and tune out, but there's a huge collection of dvds-videos for colder nights. Cable TV (ESPN/CNN) and WI-FI Internet connection. There are two bikes available and a large drive way. Two of the three bedrooms can accommodate couples, both are full size beds and the third smaller room sleeps one in a twin bed. There is a queen size high rise blow up bed too. Kitchen: Fully equipped with everything you'd need for a holiday celebration or weekend away. We have four hot plates and a small-sized oven, toaster, waffle maker, a blender, lobster pot, electric grill and counter top bake oven, toaster, French coffee press. Tons of condiments, kitchen roll, clean tea-towels and liquid soap all on hand. The house is decorated in traditional country style. Fully equipped kitchen, great for Thanksgiving or the holidays. Very comfortable sofas for just enjoying the wood burning stove. Baseboard heat in the whole house. There is also a bus direct from NYC Port Authority which will drop you at the top of our street. Great in summer for U Pick farms, and in fall for apple picking, hayrides. We are a picturesque drive to Hunter and Wyndham Mountain. Close enough for a ski-weekend. Interaction with GuestsI'm available by text or phone for help. I will not be present during your stay. The NeighborhoodBloomington is a tiny village set in the Town of Rosendale. It is leafy and quiet and there are a few nice walks if you turn left right out of the house and turn right at the church. The house is close to both the village of Rosendale, and High Falls (where there is a great Sunday flea market). In the summer you'll find a swimming hole in High Falls. Kingston Strand - a half hour cycle from the house is a good place to rent Kayaks or take a boat ride. There's also great restaurants, serving fresh fish, popular with sailors. (The Mariners is the biggest.) If you like to shop, there's a lot of superstores at the Hudson Valley Plaza, which has a spectacular view of the Catskill Mountains. The mall has craft store Michaels and various home stores, including Target. If you like shopping in a small town, then Rhinebeck, across the river is a short drive for antiques, art supplies and an excellent bakery, Bread Alone. Getting AroundWe are accessible by bus from NYC (Trailways) but if you want to tour around we'd advise renting a car. You can find car rentals available in New Paltz and Poughkeepsie. We have a big front yard for parking several cars. Other Things to NoteWe are a three night minimum on holiday weekends.
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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 SpaceThis spacious yet cozy Rosendale retreat is an ideal location to relax and be inspired. Located at the end of a side street off Main Street, where the road T’s into a magnificent creek, this place has the feel of being tucked deep in the country, and also the convenience of being only a few minutes walk from downtown. The two-bedroom apartment is the whole upper half of an old, remodeled Victorian, with two large bay windows, abundant light, a large, covered, creek-side deck, a slate-tiled, fully equipped kitchen with gas stove, extensive cookware, and large picture window over-looking the adjacent Rondout Creek. One bathroom with tub. There is one queen-sized bed, and a very comfortable (real mattress) full-sized futon in the second bedroom/ office. Less than two hours north of New York City, Rosendale is a happening and progressive town. The bus stop to/from the city is a ten-minute walk from the house, so no car needed. All within short walking distance: The Rosendale Cafe, The Big Cheese, 1850's House, Red Brick Tavern, Market Market, The Rosendale Theatre, (great, independent films for $6), community acupuncture, massage, pilates, yoga, library, post office, laundromat, liquor store, pizza, small grocery store, the historic Rail Trail (hiking, and biking), a gorgeous creek, walking trails... Transportation: While having a car will make it easier to see more of the Hudson Valley, it is not necessary to enjoy your stay here. There is a bus that travels regularly to some of the neighboring towns like Kingston and New Paltz. Guest AccessYou will have the whole apartment and upper deck to yourself. The back yard belongs to the downstairs tenants (no access to their grill or fire pit). Please enjoy the spacious deck, berm (the large grassy hill) beside the house, and the creek. Interaction with GuestsI will check you in and be on my way. I'm available by phone if you need anything. The NeighborhoodThis is a small block with a great community of folks who live on it. In general, we are respectful of each other, getting quiet outside after 10, driving slow on our little road, being mindful of picking up trash, and ask you do the same. If you bring a dog, please scoop poop. There are extra plastic bags in the bottom white bin in the mudroom nook. Getting AroundTrailways bus up from NYC is a short 10 minute walk away. Same location has local buses to Kingston and New Paltz several times a day. While you can get by without a car (several restaurants, grocery store, movie theatre, wine/ liquor store within walking distance, but if you're curious about exploring the Hudson River valley, you will be able to see a lot more if you have a car.
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The SpaceBeautiful light filled open space contemporary, quiet house. Private room with private bath. Guest AccessRail Trails - hike, bike, X-country ski, snow shoe the 20 scenic miles. Nearby, restaurants, theatre, music, studios Orchards, antiques, Mohonk Preserve & Mountain house, SUNY New Paltz, Woodstock close by. Interaction with GuestsAfter orientating you to the house and the area, you will see little of me. You have use of modern kitchen, and laundry. Eat dinner on balcony if you like and watch the wildlife or enjoy light filled living room and wood stove while enjoying lovely view. David, a sky diving instructor is a full time resident but rarely there. A second guest room has occasional guests. The NeighborhoodWalking distance to Women's Studio Workshop, renowned nationally, offering unique classes by well known artists. Country road, close to village, easy access to Kingston, New Paltz, Mohonk Preserve, lakes, and parks. Self guided bike rides for all levels available. Getting AroundTrailways bus runs frequently to NYC and stops in Rosendale. Other Things to NoteGuided and unguided bike rides available for all levels of riders. Great x-country ski trails. Runs on the rail trail every Saturday morning, all levels.
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11br Inn
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Located in the heart of Rosendale, this inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of Rosendale Public Library and Century House Historical Society. New Paltz Golf Course and Ulster Performing Arts Center are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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    1 room, well-maintaned, Rosendale cozy cottage surrounded by woods with deck and use of outdoor hot tub at the main house. Double bed, kitchennette with stove/oven, flat screen TV, WiFi internet access, ceiling fan, tiled bathroom with tiled shower. All linens/towels/basic shower essentials provided, as well as kitchen equipment for cooking and eating for two. Perfect for one or two people looking to relax and enjoy the country. Peace and quiet amongst the woods, yet only 1 mile to town. Bikes, if available may be rented on a daily basis for a nominal fee plus deposit. This cottage is adjacent to the owner's main home, but total privacy is guaranteed for guests. The owners can be available if guests have any questions or special requests. One mile into town (walking distance) you will find restaurants to choose from for dining or drinks on their deck, convenience stores, specialty shops, bakery, liquor store, cheese shop, pickle shop, bike shop, The Rosendale Collective Theater, many bicycling and hiking trails including the Hudson Valley Rail Trail and trestle over the Rondout Creek. Getting around Trailways bus lines run from NYC to Rosendale, and drop off is one mile from property. Transportation from bus can sometimes be arranged by owner if needed.Rural transportation buses also run to towns nearby. Taxis can be called from New Paltz or Kingston Cottage is located in Rosendale, NY (7 miles south of Kingston) on private drive. Surrounded by woods, with big back yard. Village of Rosendale is one mile away with many restaurants and shops. 10 miles to New Paltz, 7 miles to Kingston. Hudson Valley Rail Trail one mile away, excellent for biking, or walking.
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      The SpaceNice bright and sunny one bedroom in renovated barn, literally, just yards from the Rosendale rail trail entrance. Lots of scenic hikes branch off the trail nearby. Building is located next to trestle (sorry it isn't open yet). The mostly flat and scenic trail runs through New Paltz to Gardner about 12 miles away. Great for x country skiing. Easy walk to Main st. in town. Eat breakfast at Twisted Foods, shop at great Vintage store, Soiled Doves. Then rent a bike at Favata's and head down the trail. In the evening, have some dinner and live music at the Rosendale Cafe or see a movie at the Theatre. It is host to part of the Woodstock Film Festival. Several other shops, galleries and restaurants on Main st. to visit. Apartment has high ceilings, exposed beams, and lots of sun. Private entrance (neighbor has a door next to this but they don't use it.) Full EIK, microwave , gas stove, coffee maker, toaster, seltzer maker. Cable and wi fi. Lots of cool books and vintage stuff. No smoking inside. Comfortable new full size futon on sturdy wood frame. This apartment is in the building adjacent to the parking lot used to access the trail and has parking for two vehicles in front of the apartment entrance in rear of building. Apt is about one mile from bus stop so easy to access from NYC even without a car. I am available to pick up guests. Quiet neighborhood. More than 2 people possible but they would need to bring sleeping gear as I don't recommend the option of the pull out couch. It is not comfortable. Well behaved pets possible. No barkers or chewers please!! More pics soon.
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      The SpaceOur house is walking distance to the town of Rosendale, a small eclectic town in the Hudson Valley 1.5 hours from New York City. A single family home, the house is about a 10 minute walk from the Main street area center of town but has the feeling of being deep in the woods as the back of the house faces out to private forest. Get your good dose of small town life with deep green forest relaxation all around. Steps out the door connects to extensive path of established running, walking, and hiking trails on the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail path. Renters have the the whole house to themselves (sleeps 3). There is one large attic bedroom with a queen size bed that sleeps two, and a smaller guest room on the second floor that has two single beds (one is a pop-up trundle bed). The house is situated on three floors. Main floor has an open kitchen, dining area, propane woodstove, and cozy couch seating area and a small half bathroom. Second floor is an open living room, skylighted office (the perfect place to work remotely with tree views out of every window and a door right out to the deck), guest bedroom, and full bathroom and the entrance off to the outside deck. The converted attic serves as the second sleeping area. Please note, there is no door for the attic room it is at the top of an open staircase. There is WIFI throughout the house including on the deck and basic cable tv. What to do in the area: The Town - Rosendale is a blink and you can miss it gem of a town. Famous for it's community owned independent movie theater, and annual pickle festival it's a quaint and quirky town with three restaurants, a bar, a bakery, cheese shop/ thrift store (we mentioned the town was quirky, right?), and a hotel. Cycling- There is a bike rental shop right in town that rents (URL HIDDEN) road bikes and travel along winding country roads or mountain bikes for the Rail trail off road network. Swimming - Swimming holes, and mountain water falls to be found at Split Rock and other reserves belonging to the Mohonk Reserve network in the nearby town of New Paltz/ Gardiner. Walking, Biking, Running - only a few minutes from the house there is access to the Rail Trail, and extensive path on the former train tracks that is now cleared for walkers, horseback riders, and cyclists. Hiking & Rock climbing - 15 to 20 minutes by car to the extensive Mohonk Preserve and famous Shwangunk mountains for hiking, epic views, mountain biking, and bouldering/ climbing. Pilates/ Yoga- We have a little pilates studio about one block from our house and a wonderful yoga studio in the nearby town of Stone Ridge. Guest AccessWe give a list of our favorite markets, shops, yoga studies, hikes, and actives and gladly research and recommend specific inquiries. Interaction with GuestsGuests arriving after check in and before night time hours are greeted personally or if after hours are left instructions to arrival. We are extremely hands-off preferring to make recommendations, etc in advance of the stay. The NeighborhoodEclectic artsy vibe with a serious slant towards the outdoors without losing its dedication to arts, health, environment, community, and culture. Getting AroundThe New York City Trailways bus line drops off .75 miles from our front door. Bikes can be easily rented. The town of Rosendale is 10 mins walking to the house. Other Things to NoteWe try to keep as "green" a house as possible with conscious energy consumption, recycling, organic cleaning products, and grey water use. We thank you for helping us with this during your stay.
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      The SpaceSelf contained 600 square foot apartment with own entrance in large home. Please read my ENTIRE description before booking. It is very honest. If you are a young liberal person from Brooklyn, you will probably be happy. If you are conservative retired couple you will not!! I welcome dogs and do not charge a cleaning fee so obviously I am not a neat freak. I clean the place and the towels and sheets and dishes will be clean but you may see an occasional dust bunny or cobweb in a book shelf. That sort of thing. Also, my kitchen linoleum and bathtub are from 1980 something. Clean but not a place you want to take a romantic bath. The shower has good water pressure, though. My kitchen cabinets are hideous and not in wonderful shape. The immediate outside neighborhood is extremely safe but run down looking(URL HIDDEN) That being said, the good points: A short walk to Main street, this bright and sunny one bedroom in a renovated old warehouse storage building for the railroad, is just yards from the entrance to the rail trail which extends 12 flat miles through New Paltz to Gardner. Lots of scenic hikes branch off the trail nearby. Building is located next to trestle, pictured ( It is open!)) on very small road. I believe it is already possible to take the rail trail over the trestle all the way to Kingston to the north and I know you can go all the way to Gardner, through New Paltz, to the south. (URL HIDDEN) Apartment has high ceilings, exposed beams, and lots of sun. Private entrance. Full EIK, kitchen table for two, microwave , gas stove, coffee maker, toaster. Cable and wi fi. Lots of cool books and vintage stuff. Firm full size futon on sturdy wood frame with good foam topper. Some say it is too firm. I did have one couple say it was too small and one couple left early because their back hurt. I'm 48 and find it really comfortable but I can sleep on the floor. My tv and microwave are both old but work fine. I keep the water heater off to save money. It heats up quickly and stays hot for quite a while after it is turned off. . Shop at great vintage store, Soiled Doves. Then rent a bike at Favata's and head down the trail. In the evening, have some dinner and live music at the Rosendale Cafe or see a movie at the Theater. It is host to part of the Woodstock Film Festival. Several other shops, galleries and restaurants on Main st. to visit. Half hour to Woodstock, hour to Hunter Mt., 20 min to Mohonk, 10 min to New Paltz. I have provided a list of recommended stores and eateries and some hand drawn maps of good hikes to take right out the door. This apartment is in the building adjacent to the parking lot used to access the trail and has parking for two vehicles in front of the apartment entrance in rear of building. The parking lot is now closed to the public so it is a nice advantage to have parking so close. Apt is about one mile from bus stop that goes to and from Port Authority. Quiet neighborhood. More than 2 people possible but they would need to bring sleeping gear as I don't recommend the option of the pull out couch. It is not comfortable. Also, my television is only for watching in bed. If watching television is important for you, you may want to rent a place with a living room TV! Other drawbacks: no porch, no yard, no hot tub, no gorgeous view from my place (although the view out of the windows isn't at all bad). . I welcome dogs No barkers or chewers, please. No tobacco inside house please!! My place seems to appeal to younger people. I am middle aged but very immature. I am an artist and I have some weird art so not for those with conservative taste. For geologists, the Binnewater Hills seen from the trestle have been hailed as a Geologist’s paradise. Interaction with GuestsAs much as they want or none. Getting AroundThere is a bus station (Adirondack Trailways from city) about a mile away. I am usually available to pick up and drop off guests.
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      The SpaceEscape from New York to this modern, one-bedroom flat within a hand-built eco home in the Village of Rosendale, NY. A car isn't even necessary. From NYC the express bus is 2 stops--1hr. 45 min. from Port Authority. The bus stop is a short walk or arrange a pick-up in advance. I'm a green builder and furniture designer so the flat is outfitted with unique materials and custom-designed furniture. This amazing location is an outdoor-lovers dream with all the indoor comforts--coupled with a short walk to civilization. On the property are rock cliffs and beautiful nature to admire. It's a 5-minute walk to the Mohonk Preserve--a place The Nature Conservancy calls "one of the last great places on earth." Included in your stay is a free day pass to the Mohonk Preserve. This completely separate flat has one bedroom with a queen-sized bed. The living room has a wonderfully comfy fold-out couch for up to two additional guests. You have a private entrance with a key-code lock. Outside your door it's 100-yard walk to the newly-renovated, 1000' long, 150' high "Walkway over the Rondout." This historic former train trestle is part of the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail (WVRT) which accesses over 85 continuous miles of hiking, trail running, cycling, and cross-country skiing. Below this trestle is the nearest swimming hole. Enjoy a lovely and scenic riverside stroll to bars, restaurants, and historic movie theater on Main Street--a 5-minute walk from your door. Come experience what it's like to have no indoor air pollution. The house was built and finished with virtually zero VOC's (volatile organic compounds). An allergy sufferer's dream: there's no smoke, down feathers, or pet dander of any kind. Fresh, filtered air is exchanged constantly via a whole-house energy recovery ventilator (ERV). Rosendale is in the heart of the Hudson Valley and centrally located to visit international art venues in Storm King and Beacon, The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) and other farm-to-table meccas, and we're sandwiched between historic Kingston and New Paltz. Rock climbing, ice climbing, and bicycle guiding services are available. Massage can be scheduled in-house--or arrange a super-special day-spa visit at the Mohonk Mountain House. The flat has fast wireless internet and good cell service. Local occupancy tax is included. Other Things to NoteChecking in: Lets coordinate arrival times at least 24 hrs in advance. Check-in is typically after 3pm. I appreciate a one-hour window of arrival. Please keep in touch with changes to your ETA. I also ask guests to please call or text when about an hour away. I meet all guests and provide the key-code upon arrival. Check-out time is noon.
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      Excellent
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      The SpaceThis spacious 2nd story walkup (translation...13 stairs) is in an ideal location to experience Rosendale's small town atmosphere. The 2 bedroom, 800 sq foot private apartment is the upstairs of an historic circa 1890 brick brownstone. With hardwood floors and sunny south, east and west facing windows overlooking busy Main Street, the view is commanding. Kitchen is fully equipped and has gas cooking. One bathroom with cast iron, claw foot, tub and shower. Main bedroom has a queen-sized bed, the 2nd bedroom is a sleeping loft (accessible by ladder only) and also has a queen sized bed. Less than two hours north of New York City, Rosendale is a progressive town with activities almost every week including the Rosendale Street festival, Woodstock movie festival and the international pickle festival. The bus stop to/from the city is a 15 minute walk from the house, so no car needed if you are travelling lightly. Within 2 minute walk: The Rosendale Cafe, The Big Cheese, the Alternative Baker, Red Brick Tavern, the 1850's House, The Bywater Bistro, The Rosendale Theatre, (great, independent films for $6), community acupuncture, massage, yoga and hiking on Joppenburgh Mountain. Within a 15 minute walk to library, post office, liquor store, two pizza places, the Rail Trail (hiking, and biking) with trestle, boutique retail, and the Rondout creek. Table Rock tours is nearby for bicycle rentals. Talk to me for secret swimming holes nearby. Guest AccessWiFi, Cable TV, Netflix, HD TV, BluRay, washer/dryer, stereo, microwave, window ACs (2), fans, iron, games. Towels and bedding are included. Interaction with GuestsJust so you know, our objective is to provide an affordable, fun place to stay in Rosendale and to meet new people. Please use AirBNB as the primary way to contact us. Our phone is a land line, please call if an emergency but DO NOT text. Keep in mind cell service is spotty in the area so plan accordingly. We enjoy giving guidance and tips for seeing the area so please don't hesitate. We frequent happy hour at the Red Brick Tavern and can chat there, just let us know when you are going. We are experts on the local history and our family members started the Century House Historical Society at the AJ Snyder estate a short ride up the street, a nice place to visit to experience a real mine and to learn about local history. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is made up of warm, open, down to earth people, expect to make a friend of the first person you meet. This is an earthy town similar to Woodstock. Getting AroundParking (free) is in the municipal lot about 20 feet away. You are on Main St so you can walk to restaurants, movies , yoga, Stewarts convenience store, liquor store and hiking. When we lived there, we didn't drive for days. Grocery stores are in Stone Ridge and Kingston and for that you need a car or we can drive you if we are available. There are buses (Trailways and UCAT) that travel regularly to some of the neighboring towns such as Kingston and New Paltz. Other Things to NoteWe have 3 kayaks for rent, $20 per kayak for the duration of your stay, just let us know ahead of time.
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      The Space1 room, well-maintained, Rosendale cozy cottage surrounded by woods with deck and use of outdoor hot tub at the main house. Double bed, kitchenette with stove/oven, flat screen TV, internet access, ceiling fan, tiled bathroom with tiled shower. All linens/towels/basic shower essentials provided, as well as kitchen equipment for cooking and eating for two. Gas grill/coffee maker provided as well. Perfect for one or two people looking to relax and enjoy the country. Peace and quiet among the woods, yet only 1 mile to town. Guest AccessAttached outdoor deck on cottage,with outdoor hot tub available next door at main property. Two 21-speed bikes when available, for a nominal daily fee and deposit. Gas grill located outside cottage. Interaction with GuestsThis cottage is adjacent to the owner's main home, but totally privacy is guaranteed for guests. The owners can be available if guests have any questions or special requests. The NeighborhoodOne mile into town (walking distance) you will find restaurants to choose from for dining or drinks on their deck, convenience stores, specialty shops, bakery, liquor store, cheese shop, pickle shop, bike shop, The Rosendale Collective Theater, many bicycling and hiking trails including the Hudson Valley Rail Trail and trestle over the Rondout Creek. Getting AroundTrailways bus lines run from NYC to Rosendale, and drop off is one mile from property. Transportation from bus can sometimes be arranged by owner if needed.Rural transportation buses also run to towns nearby. Taxis can be called from New Paltz or Kingston. Other Things to NoteBikes, if available may be rented on a daily basis for a nominal fee plus deposit. Weekends are booked in minimum 2-night stays--Friday/Saturday). Cottage available for one-night rentals Sunday-most Thursdays)
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      The SpaceWell maintained farmhouse on site of a budding flower farm. This is a charming old house with its quirks, but very well-supplied and kept up with all modern conveniences. You'll have full, private access to the whole house: two floors, two bedrooms, two living room/common spaces with couches, a full working kitchen, and one bathroom upstairs. Farmer Maggie has turned the grounds into lovely gardens and miniature flower fields, bordering four wooded acres. It's a constant work-in-progress, but no matter what projects she's in the middle of, you can still relax by our backyard fire pit, have a picnic on the front porch, grill up some steaks on the patio, or just take a nap in a chaise as the sun goes down. Inside you'll find wi-fi internet with Apple TV (including Netflix, Hulu, and HBO). In addition to the main living room is a small library/music room with a working wood stove for extra relaxation, peace, and quiet. The kitchen is fully supplied with cooking/dining essentials plus some non-essentials that are essential to us, like a juicer and an espresso machine. :) Bathroom features a soothing steam shower and two sinks for double-duty teeth brushing. Furniture throughout is modern, clean, almost all less than two years old. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house except for basement and attic areas (due to safety issues). There is a small office off of the master bedroom that we use for storage and private belongings (i.e. clutter!), but guests are welcome to use this room, as well, if they like. Interaction with GuestsWe won't be on-site during your stay but are reachable by phone and text should any problems arise. We also have a small army of helpers who can stop by in the highly unlikely event of a mechanical issue or other urgent need. The NeighborhoodThe hamlet of Cottekill is in the town of Rosendale, one of the Hudson Valley's coolest, quirkiest little places. We have a vintage movie theater (recently restored), antique shops, restaurants, bars, a gorgeous hiking trail (the Walkill Rail Trail) and a beautiful creek running through town. In Rosendale, we're lucky to be within spitting distance of several other towns and cities that make staying here quite convenient. While you can't get everything you might need in town, you certainly can in Kingston -- just a ten minute drive down Lucas Ave. and you're in a major municipality with all the big box stores you could ever ask for. Ten minutes the other direction brings you to High Falls or Stone Ridge, both cool little villages in their own right. 15 minutes south will take you to New Paltz, a bustling little college town full of pizza joints, bars, and even more scenic waterways, hiking, and antiquing. We love it here and we think you will, too. Getting AroundGetting here is very easy -- there's a direct bus from NYC to New Paltz, Rosendale and Kingston, while Metro North goes to Poughkeepsie and Amtrak goes up to Rhinecliff, both across the river. Getting around once you're here is another story, and we strongly recommend driving here yourself. Unless you plan to stay inside the whole time (which is fine -- we do it ourselves!) you're going to want some wheels. There is mostly reliable taxi service to the house from all public transit points, but again, once you get here you might feel stuck without your own ride. Other Things to NoteWe take great pride in our house and our hospitality, but guests should understand that this is NOT a hotel. It's where we live, and though it is meticulously professionally cleaned before you arrive you should expect to find the same things you might find when staying at anyone's house -- we can't control every fallen leaf from a houseplant or stray cat toy that may have been missed. Speaking of cats, our two furry housemates are pictured in our listing and they live here almost full time. They won't be here when you arrive, but their fur might be lurking under couches here and there. If you are allergic to cats, this probably isn't the best place to stay! Our house is in the country, and with that comes some quirks. In the winter it is very, very cold. We turn up the heat, fire up the woodstove, pull out some blankets, and proceed to love our winter time up here. Details on how to operate everything are in our printed handbook, but bottom line: if you dislike cold, or have never built a fire or turned up a thermostat, this might not be the best place to stay. Other things that come with living in the country: critters! We're hyper-vigilant against mice and insects but they occasionally roll through anyway. Summer especially brings an influx of stink bugs and ladybugs. No matter how clean the house is, a handful will most likely have moved in between the time we leave and the time you arrive. Instead of being surprised by this, please expect it. Our house is also old, and with that comes some other quirks! We have a shallow well with modern contraptions to pull up the water and pump it through the house as needed, but it's most likely not what you're used to in the city. Multiple showers back-to-back will drain the tank (no worries -- just give it a few minutes to recharge after a long shower!). Both water pressure and water heat can fluctuate depending on the situation. More details are in our printed house manual, but we ask that you anticipate the vagaries of a well system rather than be surprised by it. Children and house-trained pets are more than welcome, but it's important to note that the house is not child-proofed in the technical sense of the word. There are no outlet plugs, cabinet locks, or anything of that nature. We're also on a busy two-lane county highway with no fence, so it's important to keep a close eye on both small kids and excitable dogs. With that out of the way, we must say that we love kids and pets. We even have toys, games, crayons and coloring books, and lots of picture books to enjoy while you're here. We welcome your family into our home, and just ask that you take all the necessary safety precautions yourself. In general, we simply ask that you consider yourselves guests in our home with all the privileges and responsibilities that come with that. We're not professional hoteliers; we're simply offering you a comfortable place to stay and hoping that you have a good time. 1. Let us know if something goes wrong and we'll work together to fix it. Use common sense to solve minor problems (Just what is that strange smell in the fridge? Why can't I get this log to light in the fireplace?) and call upon us to fix the biggies (The shower pipe burst! The electricity went out!). 2. We supply the kitchen (and bar!) pretty well and everything there is for your enjoyment. The husband in particular is known to make a special trip to the store specifically to buy beer and soda and chips for guests (that's just his way -- he hates a beer-less house). Please don't expect a fully stocked pantry with all the makings of a Thanksgiving dinner, but we do try to make sure the fridge isn't empty in case you're feeling peckish when you first arrive. 3. Linens are clean and changed before every guest arrives (including fresh towels). You'll most likely find basic toiletries (soaps, toothpaste, etc.) but we recommend packing all your favorites just in case. Again -- not a hotel, just a house that has some, but not all, of the things you'll need. 4. Please relax and enjoy the space. You deserve it! Read some books, watch some movies, pour yourself a cocktail and kick back on the porch. :)
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      The SpaceEnjoy original art by local Artists. Views of trestle, river, mountain and town. And the occasional Bald Eagle, Canadian geese and Blue Heron. The bed is ready for you, made with cotton sheets, fluffy pillows, blankets and comforters with more to spare. You will also find lots of clean towels for each guest on your bed and in the bathroom. The bathroom is also stocked with liquid/bar soap, toiletries, first aid items and a hairdryer. The kitchen has the basics, a few pots and pans, toaster, french press for coffee and teapot for tea drinkers. Plates, glasses, cutlery for four, a knife, cutting board. Refer to the photos. You will need to bring your own spices beyond salt and pepper. Guest AccessYou have your own entrance to the whole second floor. The door faces the road. This space is self contained, all for you. You are encouraged to come sit by the river and dine outdoors. You have your own parking space right next to the entrance to where you will be staying. There is a second parking space behind the house. Interaction with GuestsYour private entrance is at the front of the house, facing the road. Your parking space is also in front of the house, near your entrance, with an additional parking space down the driveway, directly behind the house. Please unload in one of these parking spaces since we have a shared driveway that needs to be open for our neighbors. You will NOT use the porch door entrance facing the river. This is our seperate entrance. We will only see if you want to see us. The porch door is our separate access. The NeighborhoodWe encourage you to try out the great cuisine in our neighborhood. The Cheese Shop just opened an outdoor wood fired yummy Mediterranean restaurant called the Garden House. The Rosendale Cafe has an eclectic vegetarian cuisine with live wonderful music every weekend. Check their website for full details. ByWater Bistro is an elegant dinner out with fresh local flavors. The Alternative Bakery has all kinds of treats including vegan fare. There is a burgers and fries type bar-grill, Red Brick Tavern, complete with sports on the TV bar with pool type vibe. The diner, 32Lunch is located on Rt 32, the ultimate diner gigantic breakfast for the pancake lovers complete with boisterous host. Next door to 32Lunch is a Chinese Take out, a supermarket, pizza place and Dollar General. Also on Route 32, next to the blue bridge is Matsu, an ecclectic sushi, japanese and chinese menu, very rustic yet upscale interior next to the Wine Shop, Bobby and Mary can help you select something nice for a picnic. These choices are all walkable. Within ten minutes by car, you can drive to New Paltz for delish sushi at Hokkaido or drive to High Falls for comfort food / brunch items at The Kitchenette or The Eggs Nest or The Last Bite. There is even a new seasonal cafe on the Rail trail ( Memorial day through October). Rent bikes and head toward New Paltz and you will hit it. There is a cheese shop with some vegetables and to go salads, chips, desserts. There is also a large grocery store at the other end of town, a ten minute walk and a Farmer's Market on Sunday behind the Rosendale Theatre, community run movie house which shows independent features, music and theatrical venues. (website hidden) A guide to all places that show art in New Paltz, High Falls, Stone Ridge, Rosendale, etc. Getting AroundNo need for a car. You can take the Adirondack Trailways Bus from Port Authority to Rosendale. The house is a fifteen minute walk, past Market Market, along tree lined James Street. You can also rent a bike at TRT Favata Bicycles located next to the Trailways stop. The house is only steps from Main street and the Rail Trail. Other Things to NoteAlthough the space is airy and accommodates all your needs, there is no official living room. In the bedroom, there are lots of art books to read. We also do not provide breakfast since there are so many yummy places to check out in the neighborhood.
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      The SpaceOur home represents everything we enjoy/value in our life including art collected while traveling around the world, a great kitchen to prepare gourmet meals, and a welcoming, varied indoor/outdoor space that is perfect for simply kicking back or getting outside to experience all the Hudson Valley has to offer. Bringing flip flops is easiest during warm weather so you can easily remove shoes coming in and out of garden and in cooler weather slippers will warm your toes. NOTE: We do NOT have cable tv, but we do have Apple TV and a wide collection of movies on DVD to watch. We also have a Sonos system; simply download the Sonos app and you enjoy your own music throughout the house. Guest AccessYou will have access to the entire house and property. This includes a gorgeous garden and full patio with a Jenn-Air gas grill for bar-b-ques. There are numerous nooks around the house and property to lounge and relax with a good book or to enjoy great meals. While there is plenty of space within the yard the hill is not our property and we ask that all guests respect the privacy of our neighbors. Interaction with GuestsDuring your stay you will have the place to yourself without interruption. However, if you do have questions about the house or the area, you will have access to very good friends who live next-door to our home. They cannot see you while you are hanging in the garden, however, our land does join and we ask that just as they will respect your privacy you respect theirs and not wander onto their property. They will be available to help out and make you feel at home. We have provided a detailed book for your reference outlining Things to Do, Places to Eat, and other useful information about the house and the area. The NeighborhoodRosendale is a charming little town that has everything you need for weekend visit or longer. There is a movie theater (that never shows actions films), and 4 great restaurants right in town ranging from a hipster restaurant with live music (MarketMarket) owned by Brooklyn transplants, to a vegetarian restaurant (The Rosendale Cafe) with its organic offerings, to the Bywater Bistro or the 1890 House with finer dining in a backyard garden along the river. New Paltz is 10 min south and Kingston is 10 min north. Within 30 minutes of Woodstock, Mohonk Mountain House & Minnewaska State Park. For finer dinning, the Hasbrouck House in Stone Ridge just reopened their beautiful restaurant. Getting AroundIf you don't have a car, you can take a bus directly into the town of Rosendale from NYC traveling on Adirondack Trailways from Port Authority. Buses run every 1-2 hours. Our house is about 1 mile from the bus stop. Other Things to NoteOur house is located 100 feet from the Wakill Valley Rail Trail which is a newly restored bike/running path through a scenic forest that runs over 30 miles--from Gardiner to Kingston (through New Paltz). It's close proximity makes it the perfect way to enjoy the area. We are located about 7 miles from the world-famous Mohonk Mountain House which has has a full spa, indoor pool, hiking, horseback riding, etc. Additionally, we are a ten minute drive to the fun college town of New Paltz and Kingston which has a burgeoning food and cultural scene. You can also venture across the river to Rhinebeck or go antiquing up in Hudson NY. Woodstock is 20 minutes from our house.
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      The SpaceWe try to provide a clean apartment, that is a warm and comfortable. Guest AccessGuest will have access to the entire upstairs apartment. Interaction with GuestsWe are around most weekends, and always available via text and phone The NeighborhoodOur home is a great locations to have access to the restaurants, farmers markets and farmer stands, rail trail, mountain biking, cycling, climbing, swimming holes, cross country skiing. And Tom is a life long resident of the area and a great resource to find it all. Getting AroundWe are walking distance to the bus, but it is uphill on rural roads. Other Things to NoteApartment is attached to a larger home. Private entrance is on the second floor.
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      The SpaceThe beauty of this space is the view. The house is simple and has many windows that bring the outside in. Previous guests find inspiration in this quiet space for artistic creation, meditative reflection, and warm get-togethers with friends. The house has a calming, comfortable, and supportive energy. Skiing and winter activity is possible from the front yard. Enjoy Guest AccessThe house is divided into two apartments (each has separate private entrance on different levels). This rental is the main floor apartment (kitchen, living room, sun porch, bathroom, office, bedroom, and outdoor space). Access the apartment from parking area. Down front steps to main front door. Interaction with GuestsHost will greet you upon arrival with information about house, resources for the area, and contact information for maintenance manager for any questions during your stay.
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      Guest AccessYou have use of modern kitchen, and laundry. Eat dinner on balcony and enjoy a view of the pond and the wildlife or enjoy light filled living room and wood stove. Interaction with GuestsYou have the house almost to yourself! I am a week-ender at the house, and work/live in NJ during the week. David, a professional sky dive instructor/photographer/network engineer lives at the house full-time, though you will see little of him. His job is very demanding, and when he is home, he relaxes in his room. I have two guest rooms, each with their own bathroom, and sometimes I have both rooms occupied. After orientating you to the house and the area, I leave you to enjoy your time. I am accessible by phone or text, should you need me. The NeighborhoodLocated on a quiet country road, close to village and rail trails, easy access to Kingston, New Paltz, Mohonk Preserve, lakes, and parks. Getting AroundTrailways bus stops in Rosendale; cabs are available and I think Uber, and there is a bike shop next to bus station for renting bikes.
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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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      A beautiful BnB like room in the cutest Rosendale cottage! Share kitchen, bath and backyard. Walking distance to town and rail trail plus proximity to Gunks make this an ideal vaca location. 2 indoor/outdoor cats included. Bicycle rental possible.
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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 SpacePrivate bedroom with private bath in a beautiful colonial house. Bedroom has queen sized bed and a TV. There is also a screened in sunporch to enjoy morning coffee or some cocktails. There is an express bus from NYC that takes about a 1.5-2 hours. It is about a 5-10 minute walk from the bus stop. There is also a bike shop right next to the bus stop where you can rent bikes. Perfect for the rail trail. A big attraction in town is the newly renovated train trestle over the Rondout Creek. It gives easy access to over 60 miles of hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and running between Kingston and Gardiner. Perfect for walking or biking. There are many great attractions close by including New Paltz, Stone Ridge, Mohonk, Kingston waterfront, Minnewaska, Awosting, Woodstock, Bellayre Mtn., Hunter Mtn. and Windham Mtn. No smoking inside. Not suitable for toddlers. Thanks for looking! Interaction with GuestsI am available to answer any questions or solve any problem that may come up. In the rare case when I am not available, I have relatives that lives across the street and can help out.
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      The SpaceTop floor has private wing with master bedroom (king size bed) and adjacent twin-bedded room with large bathroom, 2nd master bedroom (king size bed) and 3 additional bedrooms (1 queen bed, 1 with twin and trundle, 1 with twin), and 2 full baths. Beautiful day bed with large picture window looking out over front of property. Downstairs there is a large gourmet kitchen with 6 burner commercial cooktop, double oven and Subzero refrigerator. The kitchen has every convenience for those that want to cook together. Separate windowed dining room seats 10. Living room with 42' flat screen TV and fireplace with two separate sitting areas. Windowed Playroom/Media Room with large L shape couch, 50' flat screen TV. Downstairs half bath with washer/dryer. Beautiful in-ground pool with stone deck, large herb/vegetable garden in back yard. Exposed and covered front porches; large back deck. Garage leads directly into mud room. All bedrooms are on second floor. House cannot accommodate more than 10 people. There is a charcoal grill. 2 car garage. Interaction with GuestsWe are available via email and phone throughout your stay should you have any questions. The NeighborhoodThere is much to do nearby, but enjoying time in the house is equally as satisfying. From nearby golf courses, State parks with hiking trails and Hudson Valley farmer's markets, the area is full of things to do and explore. Hiking at Mohonk Mountain and Minnewaska. Nearest towns are New Paltz, Stone Ridge and High Falls, Kingston, and Woodstock. Just across the river is Rhinebeck. A short drive away and you are new plentiful skiing at Hunter and Belleayre. Getting AroundThere is a bus from NYC to Rosendale from Port Authority in under 2 hours. We are the 2nd stop off the bus and less than 2 miles from the house. You will need a car. There is a bicycle rental shop in the town of Rosendale for local exploring on the trails. Other Things to NoteWhether in front of the fireplace making s'mores and roasting chestnuts in winter or having drinks by the pool while the grill is warming up for a summertime barbecue, we love the house all year round. It's quiet, with only a few deer, wild turkey and red tailed hawks to keep you company, but just 15 minutes from the towns of Stone Ridge and New Paltz. We are about 1 hour 30 minutes from NYC.
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      The SpaceThe 1850 House Inn & Tavern is a historic gem in the quaint village of Rosendale, N.Y., boasting classic history and contemporary comfort. The loving preservation of the Inn's original wood, brick and nook-and-cranny floor plan will delight you. Inside the ten guest rooms- which includes a two bedroom suite- await fine custom linens, large flat screens, WiFi and beverage coolers. Views of the Rondout River and of Main Street are accented by the carefully selected photographic enlargements that function as gigantic windows into the Rosendale. This is so much more than the average bed & breakfast. Located just 90 miles from New York City in the Hudson Valley, the Inn is readily accessible by car, train or bus and is at the center of Ulster County’s historic places, arts, music, dance and easy access to hiking, biking, kayaking, and more. All rooms are private and guests may come and go as they please. Our innkeepers respect your privacy, but we love to share our knowledge of the area and be of service as much or as little as you want. The historic inn is nestled on the banks of the Rondout Creek in the lush countryside of the Hudson Valley and situated in the center of the charming town of Rosendale. The 1850 House Inn & Tavern is within walking distance to some of the areas finest eateries, galleries, boutiques and is just down the street from film screenings and a variety of live events at the Rosendale Theatre. Only ninety miles from Manhattan, The 1850 House Inn & Tavern is easily accessible by car, by train, and by bus. The area offers biking, hiking and walking trails that traverse the forests of the region. This unique Ulster County Inn is centrally located and just minutes from the many diverse activities found in the region. A complimentary full breakfast is served each morning for our guests. Guest AccessAll rooms are private and guests may come and go as they please. Interaction with GuestsOur innkeepers respect your privacy, but we love to share our knowledge of the area and be of service as much or as little as you want. The NeighborhoodThe historic inn is nestled on the banks of the Rondout Creek in the lush countryside of the Hudson Valley and situated in the center of the charming town of Rosendale. The 1850 House Inn & Tavern is within walking distance to some of the areas finest eateries, galleries, boutiques and is just down the street from film screenings and a variety of live events at the Rosendale Theatre. Only ninety miles from Manhattan, The 1850 House Inn & Tavern is easily accessible by car, by train, and by bus. The area offers biking, hiking and walking trails that traverse the forests of the region. This unique Ulster County Inn is centrally located and just minutes from the many diverse activities found in the region. Other Things to NoteA complimentary full breakfast is served each morning for our guests.
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      The SpaceOur contemporary home allows for a real get-away. The open floor plan of the living/dining/kitchen areas is welcoming and comfortable, and allows for easy socializing with family and friends. In the colder months, the warmth of the wood-burning fireplace is delicious after a long day. The chef's kitchen is stocked with all you could need, and with views of both the woods and the mountains, it's an inspiring place to prepare a meal. The four bedrooms (two queen, one with pull out double sofa, and one with twin beds) and two full baths readily accommodate eight people. Note, the house has no t.v. Guest AccessThe listing is for the full house. Interaction with GuestsI'm very accessible by email or phone in case of any issues. The NeighborhoodNestled on a dead-end road, on a hill with woods behind and stunning Catskills views in front, this home allows you to get away from it all. Kick back on the deck for morning coffee as you watch the birds, or gaze at the mountains. Let the kids eat their pancakes in the tree house. Later, take a walk or a bike ride on the rail trail, and across the newly completed trestle bridge over the Rondout Creek. Explore the charming/funky town of Rosendale-- the great bakery, restaurants, library, and emerging art scene. And if you want more antiquing and dining options, quaint High Falls and Stone Ridge are just minutes away. Feeling athletic? Try rock climbing at the famous Shawangunk Mountains. Take a walk around Lake Minnewaska then head in for a swim. Play tennis in town. In the winter months head to the Catskills for a day of downhill skiing, or go cross-country or snow-shoeing at one of the many nearby trails. Domestic? Gather fruit for your next pie at a local farm or orchard. Arts and crafts projects for the kids in the well stocked “kids clubhouse". Dine at any of the area's fabulous restaurants, and enjoy live music afterward or grill up a feast and watch the sunset from the table on the deck. Getting AroundAvid bikers could be car-less, but you'll likely need a car. Other Things to NoteWe have a 5 star rating from 14 reviews on another home rental site. Also, please note that we have a minimum of 3 nights for long weekends.
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        1 room, well-maintaned, Rosendale cozy cottage surrounded by woods with deck and use of outdoor hot tub at the main house. Double bed, kitchennette with stove/oven, flat screen TV, WiFi internet access, ceiling fan, tiled bathroom with tiled shower. All linens/towels/basic shower essentials provided, as well as kitchen equipment for cooking and eating for two. Perfect for one or two people looking to relax and enjoy the country. Peace and quiet amongst the woods, yet only 1 mile to town. Bikes, if available may be rented on a daily basis for a nominal fee plus deposit. This cottage is adjacent to the owner's main home, but total privacy is guaranteed for guests. The owners can be available if guests have any questions or special requests. One mile into town (walking distance) you will find restaurants to choose from for dining or drinks on their deck, convenience stores, specialty shops, bakery, liquor store, cheese shop, pickle shop, bike shop, The Rosendale Collective Theater, many bicycling and hiking trails including the Hudson Valley Rail Trail and trestle over the Rondout Creek. Getting around Trailways bus lines run from NYC to Rosendale, and drop off is one mile from property. Transportation from bus can sometimes be arranged by owner if needed.Rural transportation buses also run to towns nearby. Taxis can be called from New Paltz or Kingston
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        The SpaceThe Rosendale Retreat is a spacious, two living room, three bedroom apartment with a porch overlooking the historic Joppenbergh mountain. The expansive rooms and high ceilings throughout the apartment remind you of a European dwelling. This recently renovated space will offer you the perfect vacation getaway. Guest AccessThe apartment is private and guests have access to the entire space. Guests may park in the restaurant parking lot, directly below apartment. Interaction with GuestsGuests will receive key upon arrival from host Lily. Lily will be reachable by text or phone call throughout your stay to assure all needs are met. The NeighborhoodRosendale is home to an old fashioned community run one screen theater, multiple restaurants and unique shops. Guests are in walking distance from the famous Wallkill valley rail trail and train trestle where one can bike, hike and enjoy the scenery for free. Located 10 minutes from the exciting towns of New paltz and Kingston as well as half an hour drive from Rhinebeck and Woodstock, guests have many options for shopping, entertainment and breathtaking outdoor excursions. Minnewaska and the famous Mohonk mountain house for climbing, biking, hiking and swimming are close by. Getting AroundA car is the most convenient form of transportation for this area, however access to the Trailways and U-CAT buses as well as local cabs are available. Other Things to NoteThe Rosendale cafe is located directly below the apartment. We have world class live music on some Friday and all Saturday nights. Music begins at 8 pm and lasts no longer than 10:30 pm. We offer a 10% meal discount for all guests throughout your stay! This apartment is a second floor walk up with no elevator.
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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 1850 House Inn & Tavern would be recognizable to visitors not only by its brick exterior but also due to the loving preservation of the Inn's original old wood and brick in the nook-and-cranny filled floor plan. Inside the ten guest rooms- which includes a two bedroom suite- await fine linens, WiFi and beverage coolers. Views of the Rondout and of Main Street are accented by the carefully selected photographic enlargements feel like gigantic windows into the Rosendale of a bygone era. Scenes take guests back in time during the days of the vibrant cement industry and forward to the rockin' days of the late 1950's and 1960's. An onsite Tavern, waterfront deck and restaurant complete your experience here in Rosendale, N.Y.
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        Other Things to NoteWe have an eco friendly self composting toilet. The toilet is suitable for any form of human waste. It is not able to process ANY inorganic material. Said toilet and the water system we have implemented pay huge dividends to the preservation of our environment.
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        Step into the comfort and tranquility of our Japanese-inspired guesthouse. Set in the woods of the Shawangunk Ridge just 90 miles north of Manhattan, Treehouse of the August Moon is the perfect weekend getaway for two, especially if you’re a pianist. We’re off a dead-end, gravel road, down a thousand-foot driveway, with access to the Rondout Creek, Mohonk Preserve, and the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail. A short ramble through our property leads to a private swimming hole on the Rondout. Fishing for small mouth bass and bluegills is excellent. Treehouse is perched over a 19th century stone foundation in the middle of 20 wooded acres, surrounded by a deck and small patio. Dappled light floods in through floor-to-ceiling glass doors, with custom-made, sliding shoji screens. Wake to the sounds of birdsong in the trees and the river 40 yards down the hill. Wild turkey, white tailed deer, red fox, bald eagles and red tailed hawks are common sights. Quality furnishings include many vintage and designer pieces. Soothing colors, original artwork, comfortable seating and bedding, and good lighting add to the overall harmony. An eclectic reading library and CD collection are provided. There is a small, separate kitchenette with basic amenities. The bath has a standard tub/shower. In the main room, there is a beautiful, 5’8” Mason and Hamlin grand piano, with a large collection of sheet music. It is well-maintained by a respected local piano restorer and tuner who works with the Bard, Vassar, and PianoSummer at SUNY New Paltz music departments. The quaint village of Rosendale is only one mile away and boasts several casual restaurants and cafes, two renowned live entertainment venues, a first rate bakery, independent movie theatre, artists’ galleries and antique shops, a bike shop for rentals, and a Trailways bus station with express service to Manhattan. More restaurants, galleries, shops and entertainment are a 10-minute drive away in historic High Falls and picturesque Stone Ridge. The bustling college town of New Paltz is fifteen minutes by car, or a half hour’s bike ride or hour’s walk on the Rail Trail. Kingston and Woodstock are about a half hour’s drive. Keywords: Guesthouse, private, woodland, creek access, piano, weekend, Treehouse
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        4br Home/Apartment
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        Nestled on a dead-end road, on a hill with woods behind and stunning Catskills views in front, this home allows you to get away from it all. Kick back on the deck for morning coffee as you watch the birds, or gaze at the mountains. Let the kids eat their pancakes in the tree house. Later, take a walk or a bike ride on the rail trail, and across the newly completed trestle bridge over the Rondout Creek. Explore the charming/funky town of Rosendale-- the great bakery, restaurants, library, and funky shops. And if you want more antiquing and dining options, quaint High Falls and Stone Ridge are just minutes away. Feeling athletic? Try rock climbing at the famous Shawangunk Mountains. Take a walk around Lake Minnewaska then head in for a swim. Play tennis in town. In the winter months head to the Catskills for a day of downhill skiing, or go cross-country or snow-shoeing at one of the many nearby trails. Domestic? Gather fruit for your next pie at a local farm or orchard. Arts and crafts projects for the kids in the well stocked “kids clubhouse”. Dine at any of the area's fabulous restaurants, and enjoy live music afterward or grill up a feast and watch the sunset from the table on the deck. 24 hours has never felt so full. Accommodations: Our contemporary home allows for a real get-away. The open floor plan of the living/dining/kitchen areas is welcoming and comfortable, and allows for easy socializing with family and friends. In the colder months, the warmth of the wood-burning fireplace is delicious after a long day. The chef’s kitchen is stocked with all you could need, and with views of both the woods and the mountains, it’s an inspiring place to prepare a meal. The four bedrooms and two full baths readily accommodate eight people. Note, the house has no t.v.
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        6br Home/Apartment
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        • Swimming Pool
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        Top floor has private wing with master bedroom (king size bed) and adjacent twin-bedded room with large bathroom, 2nd master bedroom (king size bed) and 3 additional bedrooms (1 queen bed, 1 with twin and trundle, 1 with twin), and 2 full baths. Beautiful day bed with large picture window looking out over front of property. Downstairs there is a large gourmet kitchen with 6 burner commercial cooktop, double oven and Subzero refrigerator. Separate windowed dining room seats 10. Living room with 42' flat screen TV and fireplace with two separate sitting areas. Windowed Playroom/Media Room with large L shape couch, 50' flat screen TV. Downstairs half bath with washer/dryer. Beautiful in-ground pool with stone deck, large herb/vegetable garden in back yard. Exposed and covered front porches; large back deck. Garage leads directly into mud room. All bedrooms are on second floor. House cannot accommodate more than 10 people.
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        1br Hotel
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        The SpaceThis home has been in our family for many generations and has gone through many renovations. We are excited to opening the doors to share the experience with worldly travelers. Guest AccessThere is a completely equipped kitchen with an array of organic essential condiments. An espresso machine and coffee are