The Inn at Green River is a restored 19th century farmhouse in Columbia County,in the Hudson Valley, close to the Berkshires of Massachusetts. It is set on an acre of lawn and gardens, surrounded by hundreds of acres of meadows and woodlands. Relax in the Adirondack chairs and a hammock on the lower lawn to enjoy the views or on the screened porch by the fish pool. There are seven guest rooms, 5 with gas fireplaces, 2 with whirlpool tubs, all have cable TV, and WiFi. The Inn is a favorite for quiet, relaxing getaways. Locovores will delight in the many excellent farm to table restaurants.
4.6 on January 03, 2014
We felt so pampered with all of the thoughtful details (especially the warmed coffee mugs)! The Inn is beautiful, hospitality was amazing and cooking SO delicious! We especially loved the baked apple recipe! We have told so many of our friends and family about our wonderful stay, and look forward to returning!
4.8 on October 23, 2013
My husband and I returned home yesterday from our stay at the Inn at Green River. When we arrived, Deborah greeted us with a welcoming smile which was only a hint of the gracious hospitality to come. The inn is beautiful with a blend of contemporary and traditional decor, and spotlessly clean. Combined with the quiet, rural setting, the inn evokes a serenity which renews the soul. Deborah is the perfect innkeeper, offering a delicious breakfast, guidance for the day's activities if needed, and yet respecting the guests' privacy. I only wish that Texas were closer so that I could return annually!
4.6 on May 04, 2011
My husband and I stayed here as an overnight getaway intending to ski at Catamount. Our luck, Catamount was closed due to high winds; however, we decided to take advantage of our reservation for a quiet night away from 3 children :) The hospitality was amazing, the room was just perfect, and our breakfast was beyond anything we expected-certainly not a "continental breakfast". We would definitely return.
4.6 on November 28, 2010
We stayed at this Inn and it was extremely relaxing and very comfortable. Located in the quiet woods and close to Great Barrington. The owner is lovely and makes you feel at home and is a fabulous cook. We recommend this Inn and will go back and stay again.
4.6 on November 17, 2010
This Inn was great! Deborah, the Innkeeper, arranged a cheesemaking class for us, and it was very interesting and fun. She also told us of a short cut to get to Tanglewood that saved us a lot of travel time. Breakfast was terrific, and the hospitality was superb! It was nice and quiet and very well kept.
4.8 on October 05, 2010
We found a true gem! After three days in NYC, we were looking forward to a cozy, relaxed, country experience and that is exactly what Deborah provided. Our room (and the Inn) was tastefully decorated and very clean. Deborah welcomed us and made dinner reservations for us at what turned out to be an excellent restaurant. Breakfast was superb, as was our walk afterwards. We will definitely be coming back and highly recommend the Inn at Green River!
3.0 on October 04, 2010
Pleasant inn; peaceful and gracious. innkeeper was very helpful in giving directions to get to venue that was crowded. Breakfast pretty and tables set up so that you could chat with other guests. Rooms were air conditioned, but not dining area -- difficult during record-breaking heat.
5 on August 22, 2010
We were delighted with all aspects of our three night stay. Deborah is the consummate innkeeper - there with great advice when asked, unobtrusive when you are relaxing in her lovely living room, sun porch or garden. A few miles out of the way but well worth it - so quiet and charming. The rooms are all exquisitely done, with elegant fabrics and furnishings, and new bathrooms. Deborah has an eye for detail, color and texture - you won't find teddy bears and pink bows here. And the breakfasts - homemade scones, yummy frittatas and omelets, a crepe-like pancake with a center of sliced pear. Cooked fruit every day - baked apple, baked plum. This is a very special place and we'll definitely be back.
4.8 on August 20, 2010
This was our first B & B experience. The innkeeper was very friendly and knowledgable about the area. She took time to give us advice on sites to see and restaurants to visit. Her suggestions were terrific. The inn itself was very cozy. The rooms had updated bathrooms which were very clean. The grounds were well kept. The breakfasts were delicious. We were very pleased.
5 on August 11, 2010
The Inn at Green River is in a setting as lovely and peaceful as the name suggests. The rooms are furnished with antiques and the breakfast room is glass enclosed. I ate watching birds and butterflies. Debra, the innkeeper, is a perfect hostess.
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 45 miles
From New York: Taconic Parkway to Rt. 23 (Claverack/Hillsdale exit). Turn right and go east to light in Hillsdale. Go left and north on Rt. 22 for 7.4 miles. At the fork, bear right on Rt. 71. The Inn is on the right, about 150 yards from Rt. 22. Do not go beyond the yield sign. From Boston or Albany: Mass. Pike/Rt. 90 east to Exit B3 (New Lebanon/Austerlitz). Go south on Rt. 22 for approximately 9 miles. Bear left on Rt. 71 at sign for Great Barrington. At the bottom of the steep hill, not more than 200 yards from Rt. 22, make a hard right onto Nobletown Road. The Inn is the first house on your left. From Connecticut: Rt. 7 or Rt. 41 to Rt. 23, then northwest on Rt. 71. Five miles north of the village of North Egremont, bear left at green sign saying "Hillsdale, 7 miles and Rt. 22 South". The Inn is the first house on the left. Do not go past the stop sign at the intersection with Rt. 22.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Tanglewood, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, DVD Player, Internet Service, Telephone, VCR, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Microwave, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming
After a decade in the textile business, Deborah relocated from Manhattan in 1988, returning to her New England roots. Her interest in old house restoration, antiques, quilts and needlework and gardening are reflected throughout the B&B and its park like setting..
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Perhaps more aptly called a mini souffle, these light cakes are delicious with the Inn's locally made Queen's Jam (a combination of blueberry and raspberry) or maple syrup.