INN THE WOODS Bed and Breakfast is tucked away on a wooded cul'-de-sac" with the Crum- elbow Creek flowing nearby, located just one mile from the center of Historic Hyde Park, New York, Dutchess County, in the heart of the beautiful Hudson Valley and the Great Estates Region. Just minutes away from the FDR home & Library, Vall-kill, Vanderbilt Mansion and the Culinary Institute of America. Rhinebeck well know for antiques, arts, crafts and fine dining is only a 15 minute drive North. There are hiking, biking, kayaking, golfing and X-country sking areas closeby.
4.8 on November 27, 2017
Having never stayed at a Bed and Breakfast, I wasn't sure exactly what to expect, so one must take my ratings with that in mind. The home itself is comfortable and pleasant, but what really made our stay wonderful was Valerie's interesting conversations and the delicious breakfasts we were served. We are history nerds and her knowledge of the area and the history surrounding the Roosevelts, as well as her knowledge about the nearby attractions, was impressive. The breakfasts may have been the best I've ever had--featuring homemade pear syrup and honey collected from her own honeybees. She always carefully wrapped up the freshly baked pastries for me to take along with me as snacks, since I couldn't possibly eat everything at one sitting. A lovely fireplace made the breakfast table very inviting and we enjoyed relaxing in the living room in the late afternoons, after the sightseeing was over and we were unwinding before dinner. If you are in Hyde Park, this is the place to stay.
4.8 on October 12, 2017
Beautiful Bed and Breakfast. The rooms were spotless and the host and hostess were lovely people. The breakfast each morning was top notch; fresh ingredients, plated nicely and very tasty. I highly recommend this Bed and Breakfast
5 on October 08, 2017
Everything is as described. We had the top floor suite - I have never stayed anywhere this clean - spotless. I would recommend to anyone and plan to stay again.
4.8 on October 04, 2017
Breakfast was wonderful. The host and hostess were very accommodating of my need for gluten and dairy-free food and made special items for me. They use many homemade and locally grown items and make each day special. The upstairs room was large and great for three women for a ladies weekend. The Inn is very convenient to the FDR Library and the Culinary Institue.
4.8 on September 18, 2017
Lovely setting, not elegant but room quite large, comfortable and well equipped. Very well located relative to sites in area. Innkeeper knowledgeable, helpful and friendly. Good breakfasts. Unless you are looking for a stately old Victorian inn furnished with period antiques this is a strong recommendation.
4.2 on September 15, 2017
Had a very pleasant overnight. Stayed in Tree Top Suite. Room smelled a little musty when we first walked in, but turned on ceiling fans and that cleared up quickly. Rom was pretty well appointed. Breakfast next day was amazing. Our hostess was great. Knowledgeable about the attractions and the nature in the area. Had very active bird feeders outside a large window during breakfast, which presented a lot of entertainment. Overall, would definitely stay there again.
5 on August 23, 2017
A delightful inn of course in the woods! Only good things to say about inn and innkeepers would recommend this inn and revisit myself.ps thought breakfasts were wonderful fresh from local area thank you Valerie.
5 on August 14, 2017
Being that Inn The Woods is not an old style, historical home, I wasn't sure what to expect. We stayed in the tree top suite. Super spacious. Super user friendly for towel storage, cloths storage, etc. The stand out of this B&B is the breakfast food. Home made jam, homemade sausage, home grown honey for a few examples. Breakfast also offers bird and humming bird viewing. Would definitely return.
4.4 on August 04, 2017
My husband and I had a very lovely stay at Inn the Woods. The innkeeper was very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. She gave us advice on local restaurants and sites to visit. The breakfast was exceptional - nice presentation and preparation. My foodie husband was quite impressed! The lodging was just beautiful and very comfortable.
5 on July 19, 2017
We stayed in the Tree Top Suite and it was like waking up in a real tree house. Full of windows and light it was fantastic. Valerie and Harrison were warm and welcoming and met our every need. The breakfast each morning featured local ingredients (each with a story from Allison) and was perfectly prepared by the excellent chef, Harrison. The location is ideal if you are exploring the historical sites in Hyde Park or want to visit Rhinebeck just 15 minutes away.
The TREE TOP SUITE ia an expansive 25x20ft area, the entire second story of the Inn. All four seasons flood into the suite through the extensive use of glass on the east and west exposures, yet the suite offers total seclusion. The suite provides you with two double size canopy beds, private shower/bathroom, air conditioning, Cable TV/HBO, VCR/DVD, phone, High Speed Internet Access, a small kitchenette, a dining area, a large sitting area with Futon and a private entrance with balcony that looks out into the woods.
Nightly Rate: $210 - $210
Nightly Rate: $210 - $210
The Cliffside Room views a natural rock ledge and massive oak tree through wall-sized windows. The 15x12ft room has a luxurious king size brass bed and private shower/bathroom. Decorated with oriental keepsakes and soft blue tones. It has air conditioning, Cable TV/HBO, High Speed Internet Access and phone.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $155
Nightly Rate: $155 - $155
Rural, Small town
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 60 miles
From Poughkeepsie you proceed aproximately five miles North on Route 9, past the Franklin D. Roosevelt Home & Library, through the town of Hyde Park until you come to the intersection of Rt 9 and Dutchess County Route 41 (car dealership, Hyde Park Motors and the Hyde Park Post Office are on your Right). At this traffic light take the right onto Dutchess County Rt 41 East. Go three tenths of a mile and take the first Left onto Howard Boulevard. You proceed straight ahead onto the Dead End street, Howard Boulevard Extension (Watch for traffic coming from Hudson St.) Continue for two tenths of a mile and after a bend in the road the Inns driveway is the first on your Right. Parking area and the Inns entrance are up the drive and in the rear, adjacent to the circular drive.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, FDR Home, Pesidential Library & Museum, Vanderbilt Mansion, Culinary Institue of America, Val-kill, Great Estates, Performing Theater, River, University, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Movie library, Parking, Piano, Private entrance, VCR, Videos, iPhone docking station , Outdoor 6 person whirlpool spa
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, near kayaking,snowshoe,golf, X-country ski, nearby trails, Eng horseback,wineries,art, close: Zip-lines, Drive-In Movies, Micro brewery
Valarie and Harrison Losey
Creating fresh, using local and organic gardening for our breakfast offerings. Keeping with the natural surroundings.
Most diets can be accommodated with advance notice.