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Guest house in Ulster Park
Escape to a Sleek, Serene Studio on the Riverbank
Dine on the private, covered veranda as eagles swoop and fish jump across the water. Open floor-to-ceiling glass doors for magical views from bed. Crisp, calm blues, grays, and silvers set the tranquil scene at this modern hideaway with exclusive river access. This well-appointed studio is perfectly situated to offer you amazing views and privacy. It is extremely quiet. Take in glimpses of bald eagles, blue herons, jumping fish and tugboats passing by. You'll enjoy unobstructed vistas from every angle through the floor to ceiling windows that fully extend onto a large terrace, which is for private use by guests. Guests are booking the studio and private terrace with access to patio below that meets the banks of the River. River access allows you to bring your own kayak or arrange a rental with the property manager. Parking for one (1) vehicle is included. If you have more than one car, or a local guest who wants to visit, please notify the host. Note: All guests must be able to handle a single flight of stairs down to the studio which is at waterfront level. Property manager lives in the main house next door. This affords privacy, yet easy access and immediate service if you have questions about the property or nearby area. This private waterfront property is nestled along the banks of the majestic Hudson River. Launch a kayak from the backyard, or explore nearby trails, bike paths, restaurants, farm stands, and shops. There is no shortage of things to do! For inspiration, visit the online Guidebook of carefully curated activities and restaurants recommended by your host. Nearby cities/villages: Kingston - 5 minutes (4 miles) Rhinebeck - 20 minutes (13 miles) Poughkeepsie - 25 minutes (16 miles) New Paltz - 25 minutes (17 miles) Woodstock - 30 minute (18 miles) Nearby parks, hiking and recreation: Walkway Over the Hudson - 20 minutes (14 miles) Rosendale Trestle bridge and trail - High Banks Trail (1 mile) Esopus Meadows (2 miles) Shaupeneak Ridge Nature Park (4 miles) Black Creek Preserve (5 miles) John Burroughs Trail and Nature Sanctuary (6 miles) Mohonk preserve (13 miles) Lake Minnewaska (18 miles) Belleayre Mountain ski area (33 miles) Hunter Mountain ski and zip line - 1 hour (35 miles) Other nearby institutions: The Omega Institute (7.2 miles) The Culinary Institute of America (10 miles) Bard College (10 miles) Marist College (12 miles) SUNY New Paltz (12 miles) Vassar Brothers (13 miles) Recommended restaurants within 7 miles. There are more restaurants in Kingston, Rhinebeck, Woodstock and beyond found on Google or Yelp. · Ole Savannah’s – Southern BBQ American dining at the Kingston waterfront (5 miles) 100 Rondout Landing, Kingston, NY 12401 (845) 331-4283 · Mole Mole – Mexican cuisine (5 miles) 23 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401 (845) 338-4765 · Ship to Shore – American seafood (5 miles) 15 W Strand St, Kingston, NY 12401 (845) 334-8887 · Port Ewen Diner – Casual diner fare and all-day breakfast (2 miles) 295 Broadway, Port Ewen, NY 12466 (845) 339-8972 There is a single flight of stairs to access the studio at waterfront level. You must be able to safely handle the stairs (see pictures) to book this property. Please respect our no pet rule. If you feel you have an exceptionally well-trained, non-barking small pet that can be crated on the terrace in warmer months, please make an inquiry with the host at the time you book. Fee: For a $100 cleaning fee, and oath to abide by reasonable pet-related rules, your pet will be considered. If a pet is found, a $100 pet fee will be applied to your reservation. No exceptions. This waterfront property is nestled along the banks of the majestic Hudson River. Launch a kayak from the backyard, or explore nearby trails, bike paths, restaurants, farm stands, and shops. There is no shortage of things to do! For inspiration, visit the online Guidebook of carefully curated activities and restaurants recommended by your host.
Farm stay in New Paltz
The 1772 Lefevre Stonehouse Suite
Sit at a quaint breakfast table in this sun-filled room admiring the beautiful patio, grainy wood-plank floors, and a country decor touches. Walk outside to enjoy the rustic grounds of this enchanting stone-built home dating from 1772. The suite has its our private entrance, bathroom and fireplace all stocked with plenty of firewood for your stay. Fireplace can be used November-March only unless temperatures are under 40 degrees. Our home is located just seven minutes from New Paltz and two minute from Gardiner. The property is on 60 acres of rural land that you are welcome to explore. The room includes a queen size bed, a pullout futon for an extra (small) person, mini fridge, microwave and coffee machine. Enjoy your morning coffee on the large stone patio while listening to the roosters crow and birds singing. We raise around 250 egg layer chickens and 800 meat chickens on the property. They Love treats from you. If you’d like they will take snacks right from your hand. The roosters are tame and friendly. We now also have Lucy the goose. She watches over the chicken flock. The rail trail, where you can bring your bike and ride into New Paltz, is only a quarter of a mile away through our property then down a quiet country road. Our home is just minutes from Minnewaska State Park, Mohonk Preserve, and the historic Mohonk Mountain House. The New Paltz area has some of the finest restaurants you can dine at. The Town of Gardiner is only two minutes down the road. There you will find Café Mio and a pizzeria for a quieter dining experience. Gardiner also has Yard Owl Brewery, Gardiner Brewing Company (this is my son and daughters newly opened farm brewery on our main farm property in our old dairy barn), The Gardiner Mercantile and Tuthilltown Spirits each of which are great places to stop in and have a drink and a lite meal. Wright's Farm (Our Farm) is also 1 mile south on 208 features homemade baked goods, local cheeses, fruits and vegetables, fresh from the farm pork and chicken, wine, local spirits, hard cider Gardiner Brewing Company canned beer, bedding plants and fabulous hanging baskets and finally pick your own strawberries (second week in June-end of June), cherries (third week in June-first of July) and apples in September and October. The guest have their own access via private entrance to the bedroom suite , hot tub and the 60 acres. We are farmers and work a lot therefore we are only here early in the morning and after 7 or 8 o'clock at night. At those times we would love to interact with our guest if they are willing. If guest would like to come to our farm we are always here to talk to our guests and if we have time give them a tour of our farm and new farm brewery. Set on secluded grounds, this Historic stone home is situated on 60 acres of land with chickens, ducks and 3 goose as our neighbors. The Hamlet of Gardiner is a 3-minute drive away, and New Paltz is just a bit farther. It’s best if you have a car. There is no public transportation here. You can get a taxi or an Uber from New Paltz. Bring your bikes. The rail trail is only 1/4 mile away. Drive your car into the town of Gardiner and park at the rail trail parking lot. If you are coming by bus you will arrive in New Paltz. From there you will need to take a taxi or Uber to our home. This is a very rural area so please stop at the store prior to your arrival. We do have a supermarket that is 3 miles away and Wright's Farm Market open 8-6 year round that is 1 mile away. If you bring your dog please be a where that you may not leave the dog in the room unattended.
Flat in Saugerties
Cozy Log Cabin Vibes at a Peaceful Studio on a Small Farm
Whip up a light lunch in the farmhouse-style kitchen, then head out to the picnic area for a leisurely afternoon in the sun. Overlook the tranquil pond from this welcoming, wooden retreat with patterned Italian tiles and grand cathedral ceilings. The space is cozy with a mix of finishes. A bit of rustic and a bit of classic. Out the back , overlooking the field is a patio space that is accessible for your use, weather permitting. We have snacks and basics for meal preparation. Breakfast stuff such as eggs, muffins, and oatmeal. The kitchen is stocked for guest use. You're welcome to enjoy the pond and picnic area. We also have access around the left of the house, where you may be able to freely visit with the horse. Feel free to Airbnb bling me (best choice) or call /text my cell at 1(845)332-4479. There are plenty of good restaurants in the surrounding area, from bar food to fine dining. Hiking in the Catskills is abundant, with routes of differing ranges of difficulty. Summer brings festivals, while winter brings snow activities. There's a bus stop in Woodstock if you don't drive and taxi service from there. It's fine if you plan to stay in, but if you want to get around to other places it's best to drive. We have a several flyers and local magazines in the foyer for ideas on where to go and what to see. On the door are the basic guidelines and on the desk is a binder of information on local restaurants, stores, ect... If you need other resources please feel free to ask. There are plenty of good restaurants in the surrounding area, from bar food to fine dining. Hiking in the Catskills is abundant, with many ranges of difficulty. Summer brings festivals, while winter brings snow activities.
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