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Balise premier Bed and Breakfast de New York. L'Auberge du phare de Swann, une gothique victorien Renaissance est un refuge idéal pour les randonneurs et les voyageurs cherchant à l'expérience de la beauté de la vallée de l'Hudson dans un détente B & B, niché dans un cadre boisé au pied du Mont phare. Profitez de nos chambres tranquilles homestyle, y compris les lits queen et de bains privées, ainsi que d'un petit déjeuner continental. Notre suite de Red Parlor va vous soin avec un salon et une salle de bains privée. Beacon offre fines restaurants, des galeries et des magasins, ainsi que le centre de la DIA pour l'art moderne, l'Institut de feu et les visites à le île Bannerman mystérieux. Vous cherchez à acheter une maison en feu ? Auberge Keeper Neil Caplan est également un courtier. Obtenez un séjour gratuit la nuit avant de fermer. Les packages incluent : Cross Country ski à Fahnestock Winter Park, le Musée d'arcade Retro, samedi soir jazz au Chill. Action de grâce, New Years et Valintines journée. Détendez-vous avec un massage suédois thérapeutiques par Karen Meyer, LMT. Réservation à l'avance. RÉSERVER directement en ligne : aller à "Calendrier de disponibilité", visitez le site Web pour la DCI SWANN du phare ou appelez-nous au 845-831-6346.
4,8 sur juillet 01, 2014
My wife and I stayed at the Swann Inn of Beacon this past weekend and we could not have been happier. Neil and Darlene were great. The pictures we saw online of the Swann Inn of Beacon do not do it justice. Our room was perfect and everything was super clean. Neil was willing to pick us up and take us to the train. Another highlight of our stay was the Breakfast! Darlene really outdid herself, we left to start our day on a full stomach. We recommend the Swann Inn of Beacon to anyone! We plan on going back to Beacon, NY in the Fall and we already know where we are staying. Peter Brooklyn, NY
4,8 sur octobre 25, 2013
We stayed in the tranquility room. It was huge and quiet. The best parts of our stay we're the attentive hist and their care of us. I'm gluten intolerant and they went way out of their way to accommodate me. They bought special cookies and bars. Breakfasts were fabulous, gluten-free pancakes and waffles. They even made homemade gluten free bread so I could have gluten free French toast!
5 sur juillet 20, 2013
We stayed just one night at the Swann Inn and were very pleased with everything. The beds [we stayed in the Blue Sky room] were remarkably comfortable, and our hosts thoughtfully provided oodles of those little extras that you often forget to pack. Our room does not have an attached bathroom, but they provide robes for you to use on your short trip down the hall. The room was plenty big for two of us with suitcases and gear. The inn is set back a good ways from the road and very peaceful and quiet. Breakfast was fantastic; yogurt, cereal, warm pastry, quiche, fresh fruit... all beautifully presented. 24 hour coffee, tea and snacks available. Beacon is a lovely little town, offering shopping, scenery, great restaurant choices, and of course, Dia. A great visit.
5 sur mai 26, 2013
The Swann Inn was an excellent place to stay with impeccable service. The sheets were ironed, there were plenty of amenities in the room to make our stay enjoyable. We were even allowed to check in early. And the breakfast was DELICIOUS! I would recommend The Swann Inn to anyone traveling through beautiful Beacon, NY.
4,6 sur octobre 12, 2012
We loved the Green Willow room. The bed is extremely comfortable an the bathroom was spacious and lovely. Both were very clean. We also loved the always-available coffee/tea/snack table available on the first floor. Breakfast was excellent. It included a triple-berry pastry, fresh fruit, yogurt, and we had an option of pumpkin-pecan or banana-nut pancakes. The pumpkin-pecan pancakes were wonderful. Neil was very friendly and helpful. While the room was very clean, some of the common spaces could use a little tlc. Overall, a great stay.
3,6 sur août 09, 2012
My husband and I recently spent a weekend at the Swann Inn of Beacon... he was much more pleased with my choice of stay than I was. I wish I could give the Inn 3.5 stars. Some parts of the inn were FABULOUS, other parts, not so much. I would definitely give our room and the breakfasts at least 4 stars, but the rest of the inn is definitely in need of some attention. I'll start with the good. What we paid per night for our room was beyond reasonable. We frequent B&Bs and Inn's very often, and I have definitely spent twice as much for a room not half as nice as ours in the past. We stayed in the Green Willow Room. It was a bit on the small side, but VERY clean and the bed was extremely comfortable. I also have to say that the private bathroom was by far the largest and cleanest I've seen in a long time. There was nothing we could want for - extra shampoo, floss, Q-Tips, etc.... Overall, we were VERY pleased with our room. I enjoyed the little cart they had in the foyer, full of little treat and goodies, like tea, coffee, snacks, etc... the breakfasts (I had the quiche and my husband had pancakes) were absolutely delicious and beautifully plated, but I was left a little hungry. The eating area is very nicely decorated and inviting as well... The outside of the inn however, could use a LOT of attention... it's amazing what a fresh coat of paint can do. Also the gardens, though somewhat pretty, seemed a bit in disaray, and overgrown, and the front porch could definitely use some sprucing up. The bottom line is that the outside of the inn is not very inviting, which is unfortunate because what they have going on the inside is a gem... We rarely saw Darlene, but Neil was beyond accomodating. The inn itself is in a great location... set back off the main road, in a quite area. The Swann Inn does have the POTENTIAL to be a 5 star inn, but to me, they still have a little ways to go.
5 sur novembre 10, 2011
We stayed two nights in early October. Since we came on the train without a car, Neil kindly picked us up from the station, and gave us a ride whenever we needed one. The B&B is on the edge of town so the rides helped when we had luggage, but really it was only a short and pleasant walk to Main Street for shops and restaurants. And we had the added treat of a visit by a family of deer who silently entered the front yard and gazed at us while we enjoyed cups of tea on the porch at sunset. The room was lovely, the breakfast was fantastic, and the whole experience was warm and memorable.
4,4 sur mai 29, 2011
Great and large room. Nice hosts. Sophisticated breafast.
4,6 sur mars 07, 2011
Neil and Darleen were perfect hosts. He picked us up from the train station and dropped us back into town for dinner. The house is beautiful, and so quiet! We slept like babies, and woke to a hearty and delicious breakfast. The surprise ingredient in the cinnamon orange french toast was added entertainment... Its a pleasant 10 minute walk into town, which made for a nice stroll back after dinner. Walking up mount beacon was a lovely way to work off our breakfast and enjoy the view. Subtle touches (fresh cookies, a couple of corkscrews placed discretely in view for your use) made us feel very much like welcome house guests. We definitely recommend it for a relaxing and romantic weekend getaway.
4,2 sur octobre 18, 2010
A group of seven of us stayed in the Tranquility room and Red Parlor room. The rooms were beautiful and comfortable. The food was great! Though we were asked to put in our order for breakfast the night before (we had a choice of spinach quiche, quiche lorraine, and pumpkin pancakes), Darlene let us have a taste of everything in the morning. Not to mention the fruit with sorbet and rugelach and cookies! Since we came up on a train from NYC and didn't have a car, Neil was nice enough to drive us into town and to the train station. Since there were seven of us, it would take two trips each time. It was a really great experience and Beacon is a pretty town so we'll definitely be coming back!
DIA Centre d'art Midrn, Proche aéroport, Ville, A la campagne, Centre ville, Île, A la montagne, Petite ville, Village, Région viticole
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 15 miles
Prendre I 84 à Exhit 11, PHARE, NY. Aller au sud de Vasút 9 D. Suivez les 9 D à Scenic d'Hudson, Mont Beacon Gateway Park. Tournez à gauche sur le cercle Exiter de passe Howland Ave. (de Bob dépanneur sur la gauche) sur le droit et le lecteur Chuisano. L'auberge Swann est situé à 120 Howland Ave. activer droite dans l'allée suivante. Prendre l'allée grave à l'auberge.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Headqaurters de Washington, Musée Purple Heart, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Rivière, Ruines, Entreprise vinicole
Réveil, Jeux de société, Copieur, Fax, Internet, Radio, Téléphone, Equipé pour les mariages , Rooms include: Queen Size Beds, Bannerman Island Parlor/Breakfast Room, Hudson Valley Artwork for Sale, Raised Flower Gardens (In season), Theripeutic Massage
Climatisation, Ventilateurs de plafond, Sèche-cheveux, Réception chaînes satellite, TV
Sentiers de randonnée , Laurent fermes-choisissez une
Neil Caplan and Darlene (Swann) Caplan
Nous avons un chien et chat.
Neil est le directeur et fondateur du Château de Bannerman le Fonds fiduciaire. Neil jouit d'une création miniture dollhouse salle de boîtes et pain d'épice maisons avec Darlene. Darlene est un modelier freelance et un jardinier passionné, qui a planté les lits de fleurs de jardin surélevé autour de l'auberge. Gardners sont les bienvenus aider !
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien , Glutan Free & Vegan
Crêpes de citrouille
Profitez maison "Pumpkin crêpes de Darlene", juste à temps pour la période des fêtes.