Our room was lovely; stained glass and antiques. The breakfasts were gourmet. Best of all our hosts could not do enough to help us. I highly recommend The Red Hook Country Inn. Gregg E
Pat and Nabil are thoughtful and attentive. The rooms are well appointed with decor that takes you back in time. I loved the breakfast that was made to order and not the typical fare that can be found anywhere.
While we missed the chance to enjoy Chef Nabil's cuisine while he and Pat were on vacation, Pat ensured we were set up for our stay in their absence. Relief hostess Peggy was delightful! Our room and bed were very comfortable, Peggy warmly welcoming, and we couldn't have asked for a nicer place to stay during our visit to the area. Breakfasts - and snacks! - were delicious and plentiful.
We enjoyed a quick overnight at the Red Hook Inn - were in town to hear a concert at Bard. Very pleasant accommodations and thoughtful host who found my eyeglasses and returned them via priority mail.
We visited the Red-Hook Inn in early October. Pat the owner, was very helpful in making sure we had a very pleasant stay. Chef Nabil made us a very delicious breakfast every morning. Our room was very charming and clean, we stayed in room number 6. .
I went to see John of God. I stayed at the Red Hook Inn and I found my stay very relaxing. The owners were very cognizant of the requirements of JOG. I enjoyed the food and my stay. The rooms are clean and very quiet. I plan on returning next year.
Located in the mid-Hudson valley you will not go wrong with a stay at this heavenly Inn. Plenty of things to visit and dine nearby. We much enjoyed the Rhinebeck Aerodrome 5 minutes away.
We arrived on a slow night for a visit to Bard and hostess Pat upgraded us to a larger room just because it was unbooked. Breakfast by Chef Nabil was worth the trip by itself, and both of them made us feel welcome and pampered. Highly recommended.
The Red Hook Country Inn is one of only a few lodging options in the area and it is clear that a lack of choice allows it to command high prices while offering a sub-par experience. The inn is overcrowded with quaint furniture and dusty nicknacks. Being there felt like being inside my grandmother's neglected home. The rooms felt cramped because of the large furnishings and overwrought country decor. I was the only guest on the night of my stay, so I cannot comment about the noise level. The breakfast was small and plain. All of this could have been perfectly charming except for the steep price for a single night. Be warned, the Red Hook in only takes cash, and an ATM is a few blocks away walking. The town is cute but there are few dining options and many things close early. The only redeeming aspect of my stay was the friendly staff, who were as helpful as possible given the circumstances.