La Pierre House Bed & Breakfast à la maison de Kool Cornelis, NY Hurley, est un début XVIIIe siècle immobilier néerlandais Hudson Valley, avec des caractéristiques architecturales remontant au règlement d'origine néerlandaise des pays-bas de la nouvelle. C'est probablement la plus ancienne maison dans l'état de New York, que vous pouvez effectivement rester, datant de circa 1700. Nous sommes nichés dans la campagne Pacifique de la vallée de Esopus, par le village historique de Hurley, un Landmark historique national. Nous sommes parfaitement situés pour explorer les deux côtés de la rivière Hudson, le Shawangunks ou le Catskills. Les deux les destinations touristiques populaires de Woodstock et Rhinebeck sont seulement un court trajet absent.
Détendez-vous dans notre salle de plus grand et le plus luxueux. Le lit queen taille affiche quatre verrière a draperie de soie de vérification qui fait écho à la simplicité de l'origine Nowogród de lit du XVIIIe siècle. Les oreillers remplis d'en bas et de la couette sont couverts avec les feuilles de Frette de qualité plus élevés. Cette chambre spacieuse contient également un magnifique acajou New York armoire de circa 1840. Le confortable espace salon a un canapé, un petit bureau et deux grandes fenêtres donnant sur la pelouse avant et boisé au-delà. La salle de bain comprend le mur de Pierre knee-high original, poutres apparentes et un plancher large glorieux. Le récepteur de navire échos bols de lavage du passé et la surround mosaïque de la baignoire contient Delft bleu facsimilé carreaux de paysages hollandais, faites toujours de la même façon, qu'il y a 300 ans. Le tourbillon baignoire et douche couranteversionsversion complètement notre salle plus souhaitable.
4,4 sur août 08, 2014
The 18th C. building has architectural details that catch the eye and stimulate the imagination. Each breakfast is moderate in size but features a special culinary touch. The oat bread is outstanding and good to have on the hiking trail. The B&Bs recipe book is available to purchase. Decoration is tasteful and simple, consistent with the heritage of the building. The hosts are marvelous in conversation, e.g., about the architecture and cooking, but leave visitors to enjoy their time at the inn privately.
5 sur août 03, 2014
My husband, teenage daughter and I just spent a relaxing 3 day vacation at the Stone House Bed and Breakfast. Response to our reservation was prompt. Even before we arrived, Innkeeper Nadia was helpful with our travel plans (advice on how to take the bus to LaGuardia Airport). We certainly appreciated the 3rd night free rate! The Inn is beautifully appointed: very comfortable and tastefully furnished with antique furniture (but modern mattresses and amenities). Linens were silky smooth and the beds were quite comfortable. The gracious bath attached to our room (the Lacemaker) included a clawfoot tub and plenty of hot water and luxurious toiletries in the separate shower. The Inn is located in the country, but it is quick and easy to reach the Interstate highway and other Hudson River Valley towns. Each morning, we went for a walk/run through the countryside and into the small town of Hurley. Don't be surprised if you see a doe and her fawn (we did). We were fascinated by the history of the house and impressed with the respectful restoration, preserving beautiful original fireplaces, pine flooring, timber beams and thick stone and plaster walls. Food was great: granola, home made bread, fresh fruit salad, and a different egg dish each morning. Nadia made sure I had hot milk for my coffee every day. Nadia's recommendations for local restaurants pleased all three of us. Charming Inn and exceptional hosts! Highly recommended.
4,0 sur août 03, 2014
It's a beautiful house in a perfect location. Nadia was very accomodating and we felt at home. The breakfasts were delicious and we looked forward to getting into our big canopied bed at the end of our long and special days in the Kingston area. We will definitely be back! Thank you, Barbara & Michael
2,6 sur août 03, 2014
Although the house was quaint and our room fine, I was disappointed with the entryway and decor downstairs. It had rubber mats on the floor instead of carpeting. Poor lighting, and not well kept. For an antique stone house I felt the decor was lacking. The biggest disappointment was the so-called three course breakfast. No fruit, no choices, only granola, yogurt, a small piece of a frittata and some not so great homemade bread. No bacon, sausage or any other accompaniment with the small frittata. For the price a huge disappointment. My husband and I had to go out to an early lunch after we left.
3,2 sur juillet 27, 2014
Charming b&b with very nice breakfast!
5 sur juillet 18, 2014
The house, location, room and breakfast were lovely. The bed was perfect, sheets, nice pillows and great mattress!
4,2 sur juillet 18, 2014
This is a very interesting old house. Odd historical objects that were found in the house and in its walls are on display in a case. There is a very friendly cat on the grounds but he is not allowed in the guest area for allergy reasons. The bed was firm and comfortable, the linens crisp and clean, the floors and bathroom immaculate. The breakfast was delicious and rather fancy, and the young lady working there, Mariah, was lovely and very helpful. My only complaint is that it was a bit airless, as there were no screens in the windows and the AC in the window was not powerful enough to really get an air flow going. The temperature was perfectly cool and comfortable, but I would have liked more fresh air.
4,6 sur juillet 02, 2014
We had a great weekend at The Stone House B&B. We stayed in the Geographer Room. Comfy bed, nice updated bathroom with jetted tub. No TV and no cell phone reception. Breakfast was really lovely. They serve their homemade granola in addition to freshly baked bread and a main dish (one day was belgium waffles and the other day was herbed baked eggs). We would definitely go back.
5 sur avril 30, 2014
My girlfriend and I were looking for a nice place to get away for a night not too far from NYC. This place hit the spot. It's quiet, the property has a nice view, the room was spotless (and the bed was incredibly comfortable), and the breakfast was delicious. Sam & Nadia couldn't have been nicer.
5 sur mars 28, 2014
The house was so beautiful and vintage feeling and I loved the artwork all over the walls. The rooms were so clean and comfortable and the outside scenery was gorgeous even on a gloomy winter day. Coffee and tea was offered at all times, and the breakfast was overwhelmingly delicious. The home made granola and bread was fresh, and the main course (buttermilk pancakes with home made sausages) were to die for. I would recommend this bed and breakfast to anyone who appreciates the outdoors, as it is conveniently located by a few great state parks (which we took advantage off) we weren't rushed out of our room in the morning, and we were greatful that evening check it was so relaxed as we got there very late at night.
A la campagne, Village
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart)
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Ruines, Piste de ski, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole
Bed and Breakfast
Barbecue grill, Jeux de société, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Fax, Cheminée, Internet, Bibliothèque, Téléphone, Equipé pour les mariages
Climatisation, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, TV, Wi-Fi
Canoë, Pêche, Sentiers de randonnée , Canoë-Kayak, Shopping, Excursion
Sam and Nadia Scoggins
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien