A 20-acre country retreat where you can unwind in the serenity of nature. Expect a warm welcome and immaculate accommodations. Located in the middle of the historic Hudson Valley region, 10 minutes to New Paltz and the Shawangunk Mountains. Enjoy the sparkling pool, poolside chaises, hammock for two, the gardens, walking trail, and our Scottish Highland cows. Three guest suites, each with private bath, A/C, TV/DVD, Wi-Fi, stocked fridge, microwave, hairdryer, iron/board, terry robes. A picnic breakfast is delivered to your door to enjoy in the privacy of your suite. The Highlander Suite is a two-room suite located in a woodland setting on the second story of our converted barn. It is perfect for a weekend getaway or a long-term stay. In addition to the large living room/kitchen and spacious bedroom, you have your own private deck. It has a king sized bed in the bedroom and a queen convertible sofa in the living room. The kitchen area has a full-sized stocked fridge, sink, dishwasher, coffee maker, and microwave. HDTV/DVD in both the living room and bedroom. The Meadow Suite is a spacious, one-room suite on the second floor of the house with beautiful views of the garden, lawns, and fields. It has a king bed and two club chairs for relaxing. The Garden Suite is a two-room suite on the first floor of the house with views of the garden, lawns, and fields. It has a queen bed in the bedroom and a full sized convertible sofa in the living room.
4.6 on October 23, 2015
My husband and I were celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary. I had never stayed at a Bed and Breakfast and always wanted to. We were both so impressed! The house is quaint and the room spacious and immaculate. The amenities exceeded our expectations and the small touches (from fresh flowers in the room, chocolates on our pillow to pretty breakfast napkins and much more) made our stay even more special. Caroline and Michael were warm and welcoming. So much to do in the area as well. It was a perfect anniversary weekend. We will be back! - Dawn V.
5 on July 06, 2015
My fiance and I stayed in the Garden suite over the 4th of July weekend. We had a wonderful experience from the moment we arrived. An idyllic, peaceful setting, beautiful views and bucolic walking trails - you are surrounded by nature at its best. The animals are very friendly. Caroline and Michael Murphy are warm, welcoming and generous hosts. The room was immaculate and fully furbished with everything we could possibly need. You really can't ask for anything more in a B&B. We fell in love with Brookfield Farm and the Hudson Valley. Our only regret was having to leave! We expect to be regulars in the future.
5 on June 10, 2015
From the bunny welcoming us on the drive way to the picnic basket breakfast, Brookfield Farm is blissful. The rooms are spacious, well appointed with shaker style decor. The cattle are docile and the chickens quiet, no early morning wake up call to breakfast as it is available right outside your door at 8:30 am. We booked both the rooms in the main house WiFi worked great TV's a bit small , but with all that is available in the area no time for TV. This B&B tucked away in the Hudson Valley region is a great starting point to loads of activities from antiquing, rock climbing, hiking tubing and even sky diving. Caroline and Mike are available but not intrusive, you will not regret booking your stay here!
4.8 on June 01, 2015
I stayed for 2 nights with my boyfriend to relax and recharge for the weekend. And this B & B is interesting in comparison to others because of the different animals that the owners have on the premise and I find them pleasurable and unique in the experience. There is also a pool to enjoy, though given the short period of time I was there, I didn't get to do that. The owner, Caroline was very nice and informative on the things that we would like to do. I was into hiking, as my boyfriend was into wine tasting so there was something that the both of us an enjoy in the area. The breakfast was a pleasure, which was delivered to the room each morning fresh and warm. There are only 2 rooms in the private home to take guests in, so that makes it more private than other bed and breakfasts that have more accommodations and I appreciate that as well.
4.8 on August 29, 2014
My friend and I enjoyed our stay at Brookfield very much. Each morning of our three night stay there was a basket of freshly, home baked, scones or biscuits and jam plus fresh fruit outside of our door. A galley area in the room provided cereals, granola, tea and an electric kettle, also a small refrig.with milk, oj and a supply of yogurts. Though off the beaten path, it proved a great hub to the destinations we visited in the mid-Hudson Valley. The close proximity to New Paltz provided good restaurants.A beautiful property with a pool; the farm has a wonderful perimeter trail for morning or evening walks. The innkeepers helped us with directions, shortcuts, and helped me locate a walk-in clinic for me to have stitches that had to be removed during my trip.And finally, very reasonable rates- particularly the weekday rates.
5 on June 25, 2014
a quick getaway to the wonderful peaceful farm at Brookfield. a favorite place of ours. caroline & murphy run an excellent establishment!
4.8 on December 20, 2013
I grew up on a farm in Iowa & have also lived in the woods of CT for a 23 yr period. The peace, comfort & care of this B&B feels like being at "home" again. Always an oasis on my journeys.
5 on September 06, 2013
Very nice people who run it. Clean and overall - a really great stay. Would definitely recommend this place.
4.8 on August 27, 2013
We stayed 2 nights in mid to late August. The web site pictures don't do justice for the property. The grounds are meticulously maintained and stunning. The pool area is perfect for sun bathing. We brought our breakfast to the pool every morning. As for the rooms...super comfortable and quiet. The details in the room are perfect. Room amenities included many types of tea, yogurt, hair dryer and soft towels. The one thing that concerned us was the lack of warm cooked breakfast. However, to our surprise the HOMEMADE muffins, scones and fresh fruit was the right amount to get our day started. Plus they were simply delicious. I would highly recommend this property.
5 on August 22, 2013
One of the most comfortable, unique,clean and quaint B&Bs I've ever stayed at. Every detail oriented from picnic basket breakfast to introduction to all animals on the farm.
The Garden Suite Bedroom - an 18th century fireplace mantle serves as the headboard for the queen-sized bed. The spacious bath, with a hand-painted floor, includes a shower and a vanity with ample space to store toiletries. Terrycloth robes and a hairdryer are provided for your convenience. The Sitting Room features a comfortable sofa, which converts to a full sized bed, TV/DVD, stocked fridge, microwave, electric kettle, dishes, eating area, views of the garden & fields. Wi-Fi is available in both rooms.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $159
The Meadow Suite This spacious, one-room suite features a large, king-sized bed. Two large, wicker club chairs by the double windows provide a comfortable sitting area. Enjoy the beautiful views of the garden and fields. The private bathroom includes a shower and a roomy vanity. Comfy terrycloth robes and a hairdryer are provided for your convenience. The suite has TV/DVD, A/C, Wi-Fi, stocked fridge, microwave, electric kettle, dishes, and eating area.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $159
The Highlander Suite is a two-room suite located in a woodland setting on the second story of our converted barn. It is perfect for a weekend getaway or a long-term stay. In addition to the large living room/kitchen and spacious bedroom, both with A/C, HDTV/DVD, and Wi-Fi, you have your own private deck. It has a king sized bed in the bedroom and a queen convertible sofa in the living room. The kitchen area has a full-sized stocked fridge, sink, dishwasher, coffee maker, and microwave.
Nightly Rate: $179 - $199
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 12 miles
From the South: NYS Thruway (Route 87) north to exit #17. Keep right at the fork in the ramp after the toll booth to go onto Rt. 300 north. After about 3 miles, at the intersection of Route 32, go straight onto Rt. 32 north. After about 8 miles from the Route 32 intersection, turn right onto Patura Road. From the East or West: Route 84 to Exit 7N to Route 300 North. After about 2 1/2 miles on Route 300 north, at intersection of Route 32, go straight onto Route 32 North. After about 8 miles from the Route 32 intersection, turn right onto Patura Rd. From the North: NYS Thruway S. to exit 18 (New Paltz). Turn left onto Route 299. Turn left at the first light onto South Putt Corners Rd. Turn left at the end onto Route 32 South. At the light in Modena (intersection of Routes 44/55) go straight. You will pass a Citgo Station on the right. Patura Road is the next left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, West Point, Vassar College, Culinary Institute of America, Marist College, SUNY New Paltz, FDR Museum, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Pool, Private entrance , DVDs to borrow, Maps of area, Book of local menus
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Kitchenette, Microwave, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Hiking trails, Swimming
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian