Just 3 blocks from Kingston's bustling waterfront, Rondout Inn uniquely features the privacy of your own apartment suite with the ambiance of your own pied-a-terre. It is located in a historic 1820's federal style building over a fantastic antique shop in the heart of the historic Rondout waterfront district near marinas, cruise boats, Maritime Museum, art galleries, antique centers, specialty shops and a number of great restaurants and cafes. Experience the beautiful Hudson River Valley. Just 2 hours from New York City.
5 on October 21, 2014
We stayed 3 nights at the Rondout Inn. Our stay was wonderful. The location was great, close to everything, and in nice area with great restaurants. The suite was well-designed, very clean, and very comfortable. The attention to detail was great. Everything we could possible need was provided. The furnishings were a nice mix of antiques and new items, beautifully placed in the rooms. The sheets and comforters on the bed were new and luxurious. BC and Larry are great hosts. We would definitely recommend staying at the Rondout Inn.
Thanks for the great review. We are constantly on the lookout for ways to improve and make our apartments as comfortable as possible. It's especially nice when it's noticed. Thanks again!
4.6 on July 26, 2014
This inn is more than a hotel or motel and, at the same time, better than a B & B (although no breakfast) because of what you get for the price you pay. We only stayed one night but we can see, upon another visit to the area, a multi-night stay. There are all the comforts of home at a hotel/motel or B&B price. All in all, a fine place to stay. There is no dining associated with this inn and that is why the Dining section of our review gets a 3 star.
5 on April 30, 2014
Our room was immaculate and very tastefully furnished. Lots of info on local attractions was provided in the room. Very convenient location for walking to the many excellent restaurants and to the river.
You're welcome. We love to share all the great things to do and see in this area. To that end, we put a lot of effort maintaining a jumbo book full of brochures, maps and articles of what's around. Feel free to come back to see what happens all year round.
5 on April 30, 2014
Well appointed and quiet apartment like suite near the historic waterfront in Kingston. Friendly owners, simple check-in and checkout and everything (including fine restaurants) within walking distance. An added touch was that information about transportation, points of interest and menus were readily available in the suite. Perfect place for a weekend stay with a touch of class.
4.2 on December 27, 2013
The rooms at Rondout Inn are really like small well-appointed apartments. We stayed only one night but it would be the ideal place to make your base for a longer stay when exploring Kingston and the Hudson Valley. There are plenty of places to eat nearby and having your own kitchen makes it more affordable.
4.2 on October 25, 2013
We stayed here for a week. Very comfortable apartment on the second floor. Nicely furnished. Towels and sheets were delivered mid-stay. Walking distance to the Rondout and great restaurants. We would definitely stay here again.
5 on October 10, 2013
This is not a "bed and breakfast" in that there is no breakfast provided, which was just fine with us. But every other amenity was provided, including a stocked refrigerator and umbrellas by the front door. There was no maid service, which again was just fine with us, but there were plenty of linens. The owners met us when we arrived to show us around and provide a key, then left us alone, which was just fine with us! Location is great with plenty of good dining around. Our apartment was comfortable and immaculately clean with beautiful hardwood floors. I honestly can't think of a single thing to criticize or improve!
We always enjoy meeting new people and sharing what we love about this area with them. Thanks for making it easy.
4.2 on October 02, 2013
The Rondout Inn is located above a lovey antique shop. The apartment was clean and delightfully decorated with antiques, yet equipped with a modern bathroom and kitchen. It is walking distance to several shops and restaurants and centrally located in the Hudson River Valley. If you stay mid-week, the third night is free. It's a great place to stay and at reasonable prices.
We're very happy that you enjoyed your stay here in Kingston's waterfront. We appreciate you noticing how hard we work at keeping our little inn clean and comfortable. We look forward to seeing you again!
4.0 on September 08, 2013
We had read the reviews, so we knew it would be good - but all the subtle touches at Rondout made us delighted with our choice. Everything was spotless and the antique decorations were memorable. It was as if we had our own flat for three days with bedroom, kitchen, living room and office (even hand-made soap in the bathroom and tempting choices on the bookshelves.) The kitchen was fully equipped. The waterfront neighborhood was full of discoveries. What a unique find!
5 on August 19, 2013
We stayed for three nights at The Rondout Inn and could not have been happier. The welcome was most sincere, and BC made sure everything we needed to make the most of our stay was provided. The Inn was immaculate, very comfortable and a 'home from home'. The Inn was close to some wonderful restaurants, so although the kitchen was well equipped, we did eat out each evening (it was a vacation after all!). We plan to return in the future, there is so much to do in and around Kingston, and of course, to make the most of the hospitality provided by BC and Larry.
Waterfront, Riverside, Small town
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 45 miles
Driving to Kingston From NYC or Albany: Kingston is at exit 19 on the New York State Thruway (I87). From the traffic circle after exiting, take Colonel Chandler Drive (Route 587) to Broadway. Stay on Broadway until you reach the Rondout waterfront district. A more scenic route: Drive to Kingston north or south via 9W, often within sight of the Hudson River. Or drive on the Taconic Parkway on the east side of the river and get off at Bulls Head Road and cross the river at the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge. From the west, approach via 32, 209, or 28. By Bus Adirondack Trailways/PineHill Trailways (800-858-8555) offers a number of buses each day between Kingston and the Port Authority Terminal in New York City or the Albany terminal.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, Nature area, Horse Shows at HITS, Concerts and Shows at UPAC, Skiing at Belleayre, Hunter, & Windham, Sightseeing Cruises, Kayaking, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Culinary Cooking Getaways, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe trails, Swimming
Larry & BC
Larry and BC also own Mezzanine Antiques which is on the ground floor of the inn. Mezzanine Antiques specializes in Vintage Jewelry and Mid-Century Home Decor. BC is also a gardener, gourmet cook and current president of the Rondout Business Association. Both Larry and BC enjoy fine food, good wine and good friends.
Get 1 FREE NIGHT for every 2 consecutive nights stay. For check-in on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday. This special promotion excludes holidays. This offer cannot be combined with any other specials. Book Now! call 845-399-2902 or e-mail us at reservations@Rondoutinn.com