|Space||1,000 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Charming, comfortable Rhinebeck guest cottage, available for short stays (2 nights min.)
Ideal base for exploring the beautiful Hudson valley, visiting colleges (Bard, Vassar and the Culinary Institute of America are nearby), or attending the Omega Institute. Time from NYC: 2-3 hours by car. Amtrak, MetroNorth 1.5 - 2 hours. Accommodations: An 1850 carriage barn converted into a one bedroom guest cottage, with its own kitchen and bathroom. Charming dining area with vintage country table and chairs. Sunny living room with French doors to a large deck, where you can eat at an elegant ironwork table and chairs overlooking the mature garden which features majestic Norway spruces and gorgeous fruit blossom trees. Extra long leather couch and comfy chairs in the sitting area. The bedroom, reached by a partially open staircase, sleeps 2 to 4, with one queen bed and one full bed. The kitchen is equipped with electric stove, dish washer, fridge, and basic dishes, glasses, cooking utensils etc. Bed linens, blankets, duvets, and towels are all provided. Overhead fans in the summer, electric baseboard heat in the winter. You have your own parking area with easy access to the main private entrance to the guest cottage. Garden shared with occupants of adjacent fairytale 1700s stone farmhouse. Both the converted carriage barn guest cottage and the Dutch or German stone farmhouse are on the National Historic Register. Enjoy our eclectic collection of art, history and gardening books. WiFi and cable. Rhinebeck is one of the most beautiful villages in the Hudson, with excellent shopping and dining. A perfect center for history jaunts to Olana, Montgomery Place, Clermont, Mills Place, Vanderbilt House and -- of course -- FDR's home and library and Eleanor Roosevelt's house. Kayaking and sailing in the Hudson. Great hikes on the Rhinebeck side of the river and on the other side in the Catskills. Close to Kingston (oldest colonial town in NYS after New York and Albany). Great antiquing in neighboring areas and north to the town of Hudson. Lots of horse riding options. Convenient for Dutchess Fairgrounds - frequent shows for antiques, old cars, wool and sheep, food and wine. Tennis courts and outdoor pool in the village.
The cottage was perfect for us and our child during a weekend visit to the area. The cottage was as advertised, though we felt that the interior pictures online did not adequately capture the actually-experienced coziness. Minutes to Rhinebeck and right off a main road - which created some traffic noise, the only drawback of the property. The owner, Rachel, was very nice and helpful with recommendations of places to visit in the area. We will definitely consider returning to the cottage for future stays.
This is our second time staying in this quaint, adorable garden cottage. Our group of four comes in for the sheep and wool festival, so we stay for the whole weekend. Conveniently located about a mile south of the village, we are a stone's throw from all the great shops, restaurants, and fairgrounds. This cottage could NOT be improved upon in any way. LOVE it!!!!!!
First, the positives, which there are many. This is a charming historic place decorated tastefully. It was spacious and has gorgeous grounds. Don't miss walking down the driveway as it opens up to expansive fields and ponds. Quite the view! The owners are very nice and all the pictures are accurate. It is an older home, so there is some quirkiness, but that is what makes it charming. It is very close to the village and many attractions. I was surprised that the owner did not include a notebook of brochures and tips from other people that stayed. That has always been the case in every other house we have rented. It was pretty clean, but not spotless. There were some ants, and they had traps set up. We were not over run by them, but made sure that we kept all of our food in the frig.
The biggest negative for us is that the place sits really close to the road, which was very busy during our stay. The traffic noise kept me and my husband awake. We are from the country, so we are not used to that and it really bothered us.
We knew that there was no air conditioning. Plenty of fans were set up. We also had to have the windows open to cool down the place at night, so that exasperated the road noise situation for us.
The parking area is also funky as it drops off and is a little area right off the road. You have to be careful entering and exiting with a car or else it scrapes the bottom.
This place would have rated a full 1 to 1 1/2 stars higher if it wasn't located on this busy main road, so if traffic noise does not bother you, or you are traveling off the summer season, I would recommend it.
This little cottage a mile south of the village of Rhinebeck could NOT have been more perfect. Quaint and just plain adorable, it had everything we needed to be comfortable. Highly recommend it as an alternative to motels and B and B's!!!!!
Our company has been a vendor at the Dutchess County fair for several years and this year we decided to try this cottage rather than a hotel. Usually after working up to 14 hours we have to drive to either Hyde Park or Poughkeepsie for a motel room. This cottage was just about a mile away and so convenient to access the fairgrounds in Rhinebeck. We can concur ,décor, rounds, view are awesome. Everyone was happy and do not want to stay in the motel any more. We highly recommend this cottage for several needs that it can fulfill.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£154.61|
Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed.