This charming Victorian Bed and Breakfast, circa 1868, is located on the banks of the Hudson River in the Village of Haverstraw, once known as the "brickmaking capital of the world". Many of the buildings in New York City, just 40 minutes away, were built from brick made in Haverstraw in the 1800's. The Haverstraw Brick Museum offers a wealth of information on the brickmaking industry in the village. The Inn is in close proximity to many areas of interest such as New York City, West Point Military Academy, Bear Mountain State Park, Stony Point Battlefield, Woodbury Commons Outlet Center, Palisades Center Mall, Hyde Park, Garrison, Cold Spring, and many other historic points of interest along the Hudson River. The Inn has recently been renovated to include all modern amenities while maintaining the integrity of beautiful original architectural features such as a mahogany staircase, ten and a half foot ceilings and plaster moldings. Rooms at the Bricktown Inn have been artfully decorated with an eclectic mix of magnificent antiques and family heirlooms. Each room has its own welcoming personality. Our parlor is designed for conversation and the comfort of our guests and the second parlor is furnished with a TV, DVD, VCR and WiFi throughout the home. The spacious porch, complete with wicker furniture, rocking chairs and a swing, provides guests with a comfortable place to relax. On-site parking is provided. Visit our website at www.bricktowninnbnb.com.
5 on September 22, 2017
The Bricktown Inn is a classic period house that Michelle and Joe have kept in pristine condition. Spacious rooms, private bath, high ceilings, central air, amazing breakfasts, good company. I recommend it to anyone looking for a quick getaway from the city or looking to be close to the Hudson and Bear Mountain. 5 stars!
5 on August 08, 2017
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Bricktown Inn. Our hosts were most gracious. We wanted to hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail that runs near the town. They drove with us so we could drop our car off at one end of the trail, then drove us to the trailhead. As longtime residents of the area they provided excellent suggestions for places to eat and things to do. The food was excellent and freshly prepared for each breakfast. Overall a great experience, and we would definitely come back again.
It was a pleasure having you stay with us. Please come back again!
- Michelle Natale (innkeeper)
5 on July 01, 2017
Our hostess could not have been more helpful. We would stay here again and again when we return to the Hudson Valley.
4.6 on June 19, 2017
Charming Inn with accommodating and gracious hosts. Room was comfortable, clean and quaint. Breakfast were delicious. Fresh cookies in the sunroom every day and lots of reading material, nice garden out back. We took a long walk down to the river that was very enjoyable. This is really the only B&B in this area and we would stay again !
5 on June 08, 2017
Great service. Wonderful and caring hosts. Very warm and welcoming, Breakfast was tasty.
4.6 on May 08, 2017
Comfortable rooms in a beautifully restored 19th-century house. Very warm welcome from the owners and varied breakfast. I stay here every time every time I pass through the area.
4.8 on April 24, 2017
Not too far from NYC, cozy small town atmosphere near a house that Edward Hopper painted. Good restaurants and beautiful waterfront park within walking distance.
5 on December 07, 2016
We first stayed at the Bricktown Inn in 2010, and returned for a night in route to New England. Our stay was just as enjoyable this time as on our first. Michelle and Joe are very attentive and gracious hosts, and made us feel at home. Our rooms both were beautiful, comfortable, and immaculately clean. Michelle provided wine glasses and an appetizer when we shared a bottle of wine with a fellow guest in the parlor, for a most pleasant happy hour. Although we remarked about how pleasant sipping wine on the front porch had been on our first (warm weather) visit. They then recommended an excellent place for dinner only a couple of blocks away. Breakfast in the morning was delicious and plentiful. We would highly recommend a stop at Bricktown Inn!
5 on November 27, 2016
Happy to stay at such a beautiful place going home to see family. The train took me back to my childhood. Say hi to Wally Morris for me.. Bill & Donna
5 on November 16, 2016
The minute we walked in the door we felt welcomed. Michelle and Joe treat you like family. The room was spacious and clean. The house was beautiful inside and out. Breakfast was delicious There is so many good restaurants in the area. We will be defiantly staying here again.
Lovely blue toille wallpaper decorates this room with a metal queen size sleigh bed, quilts, comfortable reading chair, mantle and antique cradle. A beautiful antique mirrored dresser completes the room. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. This room has a private en suite bathroom with a shower. Maximum occupancy for this room is 2.
This beautiful room features a hand made queen bed, antique dresser with mirror, original hardwood flooring and a desk. It has a window overlooking our garden and a private en suite bathroom with shower. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. Maximum occupancy is 2.
Our DeNoyelles room has twin beds decorated with a unique full wall headboard in soothing tones of turquoise and beige. If necessary, the beds can be brought together to make a California King very comfortably. There is a comfortable reading chair and antique dresser. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. This room has a private hall bath with a shower. Maximum occupancy is 2.
Our most popular room. Brass queen size bed in a cozy room decorated in warm golden and burgundy tones. Antique furnishings, quilts and a comfy reading chair complete the setting to make you feel right at home. The rate for this room is $115 - $165 depending on the season. This room has a private en suite bathroom with a shower. Maximum occupancy for this room is 2.
Airport, Downtown, Mountains, Small town, Wine country
White Plains, NY (HPN-Westchester Co.) 20 miles
From the north: NYS Thruway south, Exit 13N Palisades Parkway North to Exit 13 (Suffern/Haverstraw) at end of ramp make right; at traffic light make left onto Route 202 East. Follow Route 202 until its intersection with Route 9W (cemetery on right). Make right onto Route 9W South. At next light, make left on to New Main Street. Over RR tracks to first right, Hudson Avenue. #112, 5th house on right. From the South: NYS Thruway North to Exit 13N. Follow as above. From New Jersey: Garden State Parkway North to end. Merge on to NYS Thruway South to Exit 13N. Follow as above. From New York City: Major Deegan North to 87 North over Tappan Zee Bridge. NYS Thruway North to Exit 13N and follow as above - OR - Metro North train to Ossining and connect to Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry (M - F only).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Penguin Repertory Theatre, New York City, West Point Military Academy, Palisades Center Mall, Kuikut (Rockefeller) Estate, Sleepy Hollow, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Sports venue, University, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Homestay, Boutique Hotel
Air conditioning, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Movie library, Parking, Piano, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Walk to mass transit, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , close to public transportation to NYC
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, discounts to guided hikes and horseback rides, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Michelle & Joe Natale
Michelle grew up in the restaurant business and enjoys cooking and entertaining. She is also an avid quilter and enjoys crafts as well. Joe is an ex-Chief of the Haverstraw Village Fire Department and still an active volunteer firefighter. He enjoys cooking and community involvement. Both Joe and Michelle are natives of the Village of Haverstraw.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Apple Praline French Toast
French Toast made with a buttery Croissant topped with fresh apples and pecans in a syrupy glaze. Yummy!
There's nothing like the foliage in the Hudson Valley and there's so much to see! Stay two midweek nights and get 20% off Please contact the inn directly at (845) 429-8447 to redeem this deal.