If you're like me, you're always hoping to find that special, little gem of a place that is genuine and sincere in its charm and ambience. Well, I have found it and it gives me great pleasure to share this special building (that by the way, stayed in the same family for 234 years 1738-1972)with my delightful guests. But you don't have to take my word for it, come, see for yourself! Visit our website for a pleothera of pictures and information.
Inviting and cheerful, this lovely and whimsical room offers a high oak queen-size bed, private bath, and a charming private porch. The separate sitting area features barn siding and all original exposed beams.
Atop a narrow stairway, this spacious room with gabled ceiling offers a queen-size bed and private bath with Jacuzzi tub. The French door leads to a south-facing balcony overlooking the spring-fed pond.
This two-room suite features a dramatic queen-size canopy bed, adjoining sitting/dressing room with twin bed, and private bath. With the Squire in mind, the Ryefield Suite is tastefully decorated in a huntsman motif.
Renovated in 2004, this spacious upstairs suite with separate sitting room has a queen size pencil post bed, delightfully large windows, bathroom with converted primitive drysink, 2 person shower and antique clawfoot tub. Gas fireplace for heat.
5 on December 20, 2012
The Olde Rhinebeck in came highly recommended to us by a few people, and having stayed there one beautiful fall weekend my wife and I now know way. Jonna is terrific. Great hostess, great innkeeper, and most important to us, a great breakfast chef. She had great knowledge of the area and provided us with some good suggestions. The Hudson River is a beautiful part of America's northeast to see and the Rhinebeck Inn is a wonderful place to start your days touring from
5 on May 02, 2012
Jonna and her husband are awesome. Jonna treats you more like family then visitors. We had such a good time sitting around the table and laughing. She allowed us to take over the living room to have snacks and such too. The place is awesome, very pretty and very refined.
5 on December 13, 2011
I have stayed at the Olde Rhineback Inn a few times now, while visiting the area. Every chance I have to swing through I am blown away by warmth and hospitality I am met with. The Inn's hostesses are beyond accommodating and especially knowledgeable about the area and what to see and do while in town. Not only are the Innkeepers above expectations, the Inn and grounds themselves are such lovely and joyous surroundings. They have done a fabulous job creating a tranquil home-away-from-home environment while still providing all the amenities that come with a little pampering get-away. On-top of all that the breakfast is DELICIOUS! Highly recommend.
5 on October 10, 2011
Over the years we have stayed at the inn and it never fails to impress upon us the talent that Jonna has as an innkeeper. We have stayed in all the rooms and the cottage and I could not tell you which would be my favorite. They are all beautifully decorated and have their own unique features. The house is very cozy, beautifully restored and maintained. The grounds are pastural and bucolic. The breakfasts are nothing short of amazing (if you are lucky you might be served the wonderful stuffed french toast with cherry preserves and almonds). There is something to please all. Jonna is a very good source when it comes to activities and events in the area and if you ask, will give you good recommendations for dining. We are always charmed when Strudel, Jonna and David's long haired Dacshund pays a visit. I could keep going but, its best experienced first hand. You will be glad you did.
3.6 on August 21, 2011
The place is wonderful and friendly. The breakfasts however were the worst I've had at a B&B. That said they were fine. I have gotten spectacular food at B&B's in the past. Dried out fritata's with weird combinations of ingredients is not necessary. Being forced to wait until 9:15 am for breakfast is also not helpful when you need to be somewhere at 8:30. The rooms are spectacular and the place is clean. There is an individual coffee machine a refrigerator and the Innkeeper Fiona is friendly and helpful. I'd absolutely stay here again. I just may not wait for breakfast.
Hudson River Valley, Countryside, Small town
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 40 miles
Follow signs to the New York State Thruway (I-87) From the New York State Thruway Exit at Kingston (Exit 19) and take Route 209 North to 199, across the Kingston/Rhinecliff Bridge. After the bridge, make a RIGHT at the 2nd light on Route 9G South. Go approximately 4 miles and make a LEFT on County Route 19 (Slate Quarry Rd.). Make an immediate RIGHT on Wurtemburg Road. After turning right on Wurtemburg Road, the Inn is 3/4 mile on the right. Look for #340 on a red mailbox. Please park just beyond the Inn and use the center entrance.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Winery, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, River Tubing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Tennis courts
Board games, Copier, Fireplace, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
1 Dog , 2 ducks, goats kept next door Others
I was bitten by the travel bug early, knew I wanted to be an innkeeper when I was just 7 years old, became one at 17, when my mother turned our home in to an inn, and opened my own at 27. Today, I love to travel, day dream, go to antique auctions, and am real estate obsessed.