Greenville Arms 1889 Inn is located in New York State's scenic Hudson Valley and has welcomed guests for 50 years. Three buildings are set on 6 acres of lawns, shade trees and gardens. Antiques, original artwork and Victorian details add to an atmosphere of warmth and relaxed comfort. In the evening, guests may reserve a candle light dinner, featuring seasonal American cuisine. All rooms have private baths & mini-fridges, some have double whirlpools and fireplaces. After a delicious hot breakfast, guests enjoy Hudson Valley sight-seeing or relaxing in a hammock by the inn's 50' outdoor pool. Recreational activities and area attractions include: Historic Hudson Valley touring, Catskill Mountain hiking, biking, golf and antique hunting. Ideal driving itinerary from NYC: spend the day sightseeing your way up the Hudson Valley, arriving at Greenville Arms 1889 Inn in time for tea at 4:00 p.m. One night stays are welcome most weekends.
5 on June 09, 2014
We loved it!! We had so much fun in our 2 nights stay at Greenville Arms 1889 Inn during the memorial weekend. The room was very quite and clean, the host were so friendly and welcoming, breakfast was very good and the neighborhood lovely and surrounded by nature and animals. We could also ride horses in an amazing farm very close to the b&b. The restaurants around were so good and charming and also the overall experience was unforgettable. We recommend it to everyone!!
5 on September 25, 2013
This was my first B&B stay and most definitely will not be my last. This place was so charming and quaint, I absolutely loved the layout. The room was perfect and honestly the only thing it was missing was a TV and I loved that part. It was so nice and relaxing. We stayed in the back carriage house, which had a lovely presentation. You had a cross a little bridge over a creek with trees beautifully overhanging the bridge. The room was very clean with a dresser, mini fridge (a welcomed surprise), a full sized bed, side chair, closet and full bathroom. The bed and pillows were extremely comfortable, we slept like babies. The bathroom was also very clean and my fiance loved the shower... he's looking into buying that exact shower head. Although the pool was closed it looks like a great layout if you are planning a summer trip, we would definitely like to revisit.
3.8 on August 20, 2013
We went here because they had a couple of pet-dedicated rooms. The owners were really helpful, giving us dinner suggestions, menu options and all.
3.8 on August 15, 2013
We stayed two nights and were very happy with all aspects of the stay with the exception of no TV in the room.
4.0 on August 14, 2013
Although I had incorrectly booked the rooms we wanted online, the Greenville Arms was very accommodating and switched us to a perfect room set up. We arrived back at night wishing we had dessert and what should we find in the dining room but delicious chocolate cake and cookies waiting for us- what an unexpected treat. Breakfast was also lovely and we left full and well rested.
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 35 miles
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Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Catskill Mountains, Hudson Valley Historical Sites, scenic biking, spectacular hiking, Picnic area
Country Inn, Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , 1000 sq ft multipurpose room, candlelight dining by reservat, Elegant and comfortable, located in country village, 50' outdoor pool, 6 acres landscaped grounds
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio
Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Mountain Bike trails, Croquet, Art Workshops, Art Quilt Workshops, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Kim and Mark LaPolla
Art Quilts, Gardening, Wine Tastings, Art Collecting, Knitting,
Full hot breakfast
, by advanced request
Blueberry Pancakes with Pure Maple Syrup
When was the last time you had real blueberry pancakes and maple syrup?