This charming Victorian Bed and Breakfast, circa 1885, is located on the banks of the Hudson River in the Village of Haverstraw, once known as the "brickmaking capital of the world". Many of the buildings in New York City, just 40 minutes away, were built from brick made in Haverstraw in the 1800's. The Haverstraw Brick Museum offers a wealth of information on the brickmaking industry in the village. The Inn is in close proximity to many areas of interest such as New York City, West Point Military Academy, Bear Mountain State Park, Stony Point Battlefield, Woodbury Commons Outlet Center, Palisades Center Mall, Hyde Park, Garrison, Cold Spring, and many other historic points of interest along the Hudson River. The Inn has recently been renovated to include all modern amenities while maintaining the integrity of beautiful original architectural features such as a mahogany staircase, ten and a half foot ceilings and plaster moldings. Rooms at the Bricktown Inn have been artfully decorated with an eclectic mix of magnificent antiques and family heirlooms. Each room has its own welcoming personality. Our parlor is designed for conversation and the comfort of our guests and the second parlor is furnished with a TV, DVD, VCR and computer with internet access. The spacious porch, complete with wicker furniture, rocking chairs and a swing, provides guests with a comfortable place to relax. On-site parking is provided. Visit our website .bricktowninnbnb.
Lovely blue toille wallpaper decorates this room with a metal queen size sleigh bed, quilts, comfortable reading chair, mantle and antique cradle. A beautiful antique mirrored dresser completes the room. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. This room has a private en suite bathroom with a shower. Maximum occupancy for this room is 2.
This beautiful room features a hand made queen bed, antique dresser with mirror, original hardwood flooring and a desk. It has a window overlooking our garden and a private en suite bathroom with shower. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. Maximum occupancy is 2.
Our DeNoyelles room has twin beds decorated with a unique full wall headboard in soothing tones of turquoise and beige. If necessary, the beds can be brought together to make a California King very comfortably. There is a comfortable reading chair and antique dresser. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. This room has a private hall bath with a shower. Maximum occupancy is 2.
Our most popular room. Brass queen size bed in a cozy room decorated in warm golden and burgundy tones. Antique furnishings, quilts and a comfy reading chair complete the setting to make you feel right at home. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. This room has a private en suite bathroom with a shower. Maximum occupancy for this room is 2.
5 on September 04, 2014
Beautiful house, and nice breakfast.
5 on August 05, 2014
The pictures on the web are what you get. A beautiful home,great hospitality and food. Michelle and Joe were like staying with old friends.
5 on August 04, 2014
This B&B pays attention to the details. The common rooms downstairs are loaded with antiques, and the bedrooms are charmingly decorated with antiques as well, plus thoughtful touches, like sherry for a nightcap in the bedroom. Downstairs fresh cookies are available. The towels are wonderfully soft and the bed is comfortable. There is central air, so the room was nicely cooled. In the morning, a delicious breakfast awaits in the beautiful dining room. At night, enjoy reading on the front porch. There is a loud train that runs behind the house, but it didn't bother us while we slept. The hosts provide ear plugs to drown the noise, but we didn't use them. This is a great B&B if you want to feel pampered and enjoy a dip into the late 1800s with modern amenities.
5 on May 27, 2014
My wife and I had a wonderful experience at the Bricktown Inn. Michelle is an outstanding host and made us feel as though we were at home with family. We will definitely be returning.
5 on April 29, 2014
From the moment you step through the door for the first time, you're treated as family. With each successive visit you DO feel more and more like a member for the family. (Without the need to set the table, do the dishes or make your own bed!) Michelle and Joe constantly look for ways to make subtle changes and improvements to make your stay as comfortable as possible. It's always a pleasure to stop by the Bricktown Inn.
5 on February 21, 2014
We have stayed here several times and Bricktown Inn is definitely one of our favorite places to stay. Michelle and Joe spoil us, making sure our every need is met. Breakfasts are always outstanding. Warm, inviting, elegant. Also... very convenient if you are going into NYC.
5 on November 12, 2013
This is a very cozy and charming Bed and Breakfast. My fiancee and I were hosted by Ann. She gave us a warm welcome and made a delicious breakfast. The house is beautifully decorated and the rooms are very comfortable. We will definitely stay here again, only we plan on a longer visit!
4.8 on November 05, 2013
We had a wonderful stay at this B&B. Very beautiful and cozy house and Michelle was great!
5 on November 04, 2013
This was our first visit to the beautiful Bricktown Inn. The room was very cozy and inviting. Breakfast was both delicious and generous. Our hostess, Ann was very pleasant, welcoming and made sure our stay was comfortable and relaxing. We are already planning a return visit! However, instead of spending just one night, we are going to make it mutliple nights so that we can stroll through the historical town. This was an excellent Bed and Breakfast! Thank you for making our stay memorable! Jackie and Timmy
4.2 on October 15, 2013
We stayed here for a weekend in early October. The weather was lovely and the region is a beautiful one. The Bricktown Inn is a lovely, meticulously kept B &B with extremely friendly and warm host and hostess. The rooms are very well attired and extremely pleasant and the breakfasts were excellent. I would recommend them highly.
Airport, Downtown, Mountains, Small town, Village, Wine country
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 30 miles
NYS Thruway (87) South to exit 13N Palisades Parkway North Exit 13 Pomona. At end of ramp make right on to Thiells-Mt. Ivy Road Proceed to light. Make left on to Route 202 East toward Haverstraw. Follow Route 202 to Route 9W south (cemetery on right) At next light (Columbia Quality Used Cars on right) make left on to New Main Street Go over Railroad tracks and make first right on to Hudson Avenue Bricktown Inn is 5th house on right. Parking in front.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Penguin Repertory Theatre, New York City, West Point Military Academy, Palisades Center Mall, Kuikut (Rockefeller) Estate, Sleepy Hollow, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Computer, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , close to public transportation to NYC
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, discounts to guided hikes and horseback rides, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Michelle & Joe Natale
Michelle grew up in the restaurant business and enjoys cooking and entertaining. She is also an avid quilter and enjoys crafts as well. Joe is an ex-Chief of the Haverstraw Village Fire Department and still an active volunteer firefighter. He enjoys cooking and community involvement. Both Joe and Michelle are natives of the Village of Haverstraw.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
There's nothing like the foliage in the Hudson Valley! Stay one night get the second 1/2 price or stay two nights get the third free!