If you're like me, you're always hoping to find that special, little gem of a place that is genuine and sincere in its charm and ambience. Well, I have found it and it gives me great pleasure to share this special building (that by the way, stayed in the same family for 239 years 1738-1977) with my delightful guests. But you don't have to take my word for it, come, see for yourself! Visit our website for a plethora of pictures and information.
5 on July 13, 2018
We booked the inn sight unseen and it exceeded our expectations. The Inn is so well appointed and detailed you feel instantly transformed back into a cozier and simpler time. Attention to detail in every aspect did not go unnoticed and if there was anything else you needed our innkeepers were ready to accommodate. The morning breakfast was highlight as the food was amazing. Everything served was as fresh as could be either from the garden on property, the farm fresh eggs across the street to neighbouring farms. Each morning all the guests ate together and we met some fascinating people and heard great stories from fellow guests and our innkeepers. We also gained all the local insight into what to see, where to eat and local history with each recommendation spot on. We will definitely be going back!
5 on July 05, 2018
Nothing to compare with, exceptional room, service and atmosphere. The staff and owners were extremely warm and could not do enough for you - they made you feel like family. The only complaint I have is that I did not make my reservation for longer than two days. Job well done by all. Thanks.
5 on May 04, 2018
I stayed here the last weekend of April 2018 with my boyfriend. What a great place! It may be the best b&b I've ever stayed in. The farmhouse is beautiful and they've retained so much of the historical charm of a 1700s farmhouse. I loved all the decorating choices as well. Our room was beautiful with a comfy king size bed, beautiful bathroom with two-person shower and clawfoot tub, and a TV with cable and Netflix. The breakfast was gourmet quality and nice and healthy. The owners were very pleasant to deal with and so friendly. They knew so much about the town and local history. I can't wait to go back again in the future!
5 on April 23, 2018
We just stayed in the Plow and Harrow suite this past weekend (Thur, Fri, Sat.) What are some words to describe the inn? Quaint, quiet, pastoral, magical, relaxing, recharging, homey, intimate and charming. The food? One only word is needed DELICIOUS! Cindy was our host during our stay and it was a quiet week so we only saw one other guest while we were there. Cindy was very helpful with directions, points of interest and recommendations for places to eat etc. Our room was delightful filled with the most interesting antiques and items that have clearly been curated and thoughtful chosen. The room was stocked with some treats, seltzers and any basic toiletry you could need. There was a tv (we didn't use it at all) and free wi-fi we did use as cell phone service is a bit iffy in the general area. Our room had a cast iron gas stove which was wonderful for heat but also for making the room even cozier than it already was. The king size bed was very comfy and the sheets were very soft and of a high quality. There are two coffee bars in the building both stocked to the brim with teas and coffees. They have thought of everything including a little cabinet of items you might need but forgot like a toothbrush or floss. We had a chance to peek in the other rooms as we were the only ones staying one day and all the rooms are charming and off something a little different from the other rooms. I loved that our room was quiet and also on the "dark" side of the house so even in the morning it was easy to relax in bed and not feel rushed. . Cindy makes you feel like you are staying at an old friends house who loves to hosts guests and that nothing is too troublesome to ask.It was a wonderful stay and we hope to be back to enjoy the inn during a different season!
5 on March 11, 2018
We recently stayed at the Olde Rhinebeck Inn. Cindy, our host, made us feel welcome immediately. I cannot say enough about our experience. Our rooms were delightful--spacious and richly appointed. Every need was addressed--a plate of fruit, baked goods and chocolate awaited us. The beds were so cozy with very high quality linens. The bathrooms were very well appointed. Immediately outside of our room, a beverage station containing water, tea, and french press coffee was always available. Cindy also made sure we had ginger, lemon and honey tea available, along with other warm drinks and cookies. The breakfast was sumptuous and delicious--fresh cherry almond scones, goat cheese & asparagus quiche, lovely oatmeal, warm and fluffy pancakes, poached or fresh fruit, delicious sausages and more. During our stay, there was a large storm (Nor'easter with 20 inches of snow) and we were housebound for a day--we enjoyed our time before a roaring fire in the lovely common rooms. While every amenity had been offered, the thing that made our stay so special was Cindy and her husband. Cindy is a special person--thoughtful, engaging and very caring. We learned a great deal from Cindy about the Inn's history and the nearby town of Rhinebeck. We will certainly stay there again and highly recommend the Inn to others.
5 on February 20, 2018
I booked this as a last minute bday suprise for my husband and it was the best last minute decision / money spent !!!!who would of that a getaway 10 minutes away from our home turned Into one of the best romantic getaways we have ever had !This was better then any hotel stay hands down. The place was immaculate and the attention to detail is immeasurable. The inn keeper grew up on the property and not only gave superb service but she gave you a true sense of the history township and authenticity behind each and every detail. I could not have enjoyed myself more and after having an amazing gourmet breakfast and coffee with the owners I didn’t want to leave. Quaint eclectic historic and romantic. I will be there again.
5 on February 06, 2018
It’s difficult to put into words how special and exceptional this place is. From the moment you step up to the door you realize this is not your average Bed and Breakfast...it’s not even just a good Bed and Breakfast! You are entering a place of peace... a place to which you want to retreat over and over again... a place where you feel the inn keepers, Jonna and Cindy, truly care about each and every one of their guests and try to make them feel special. There are many places of interest in the area and the inn keepers will help you plan your explorations but you cannot wait to return to the comfort of the Olde Rhinebeck Inn regardless of how wonderful your day was. The lodging is wonderful and the breakfast is like no other... these inn keeper have a gift and they are eager to share it! If you are in the area...I guarantee that you won’t regret staying here!
We strive to make each guests stay memorable, special, and comfortable. As Innkeepers weare honored and truly love sharing our "gifts". Look forward to hosting you again soon. Cindy, Keeper of the Inn
- Cindy (innkeeper)
5 on December 17, 2017
This Inn is the best I have ever stayed at. The breakfasts are wonderful, with lots of tasty dishes and the inn keepers are surpassed by none others. Everything is tasteful, cozy, clean, interesting, and above all you are made to feel as if you are among people you have known all your life. There is nothing about this inn that I would change except I wish it were nearer to where I live so I could go more often.
Wow, thank you for your high praise and kind words. We are so fortunate to have amazing guests to connect with that fast become friends.So glad you enjoyed the breakfast and coziness of the Inn in winter. Hope you get to come visit and experience the colors of spring, Cindy, Keeper of the Inn
- cindy (innkeeper)
5 on September 17, 2017
This is one of the lovliest B & B's I've ever stayed in. The Inn is quaint and charming. The breakfasts were outstanding. I love history and especially the history of the Hyde Park/Rhinebeck area. The Innkeepers, Jonna and Cindy, are not only gracious hostesses and fabulous chefs but through their stories at the breakfast table, brought the history of the area "alive" for all. Thank you for providing such a wonderful place for us to celebrate our anniversary.
Thank you for sharing your experience at The Olde Rhinebeck Inn, and for choosing us for your Anniversary celebration. We are delighted you enjoyed the history of the Inn and our personal history and connection to the area and this special place. Hope to see you for many more Anniversies. Cindy, Keeper of the Inn
- cindy (innkeeper)
5 on September 03, 2017
I'm one who rarely, if ever, write a review about anything. The Olde Rhinebeck Inn is a gem to behold. My wife and I had they extreme pleasure of spending a few days at the Inn. Suites were wonderful...roomy, comfortable and decorated in the rustic motif one would expect with the location. This was the first time we stayed at a bed and breakfast, however, with our kids living up there, this will not be our last visit. If I could give this Inn a 10 star rating I would.....Don't miss this great opportunity if you're looking for a beautiful place to stay. Thank you for a wonderful experience. Arlene and Paul
Great to hear your first Bed and Breakfast experience was 10 star. Thank you for taking a moment to share and write a review, we appreciate the high praise. Hope you get to the area again soon to enjoy the splendid fall color. Cindy, Keeper of the Inn
- Cindy (innkeeper)
Inviting and cheerful, this lovely and whimsical room offers a high oak queen-size bed, private bath, and a charming private porch. The separate sitting area features barn siding and all original exposed beams.
$250 - $295
Atop a narrow stairway, this spacious room with gabled ceiling offers a queen-size bed and private bath with Jacuzzi tub. The French door leads to a south-facing balcony overlooking the spring-fed pond.
$250 - $295
This two-room suite features a dramatic queen-size canopy bed, adjoining sitting/dressing room with twin bed, and private bath. With the Squire in mind, the Ryefield Suite is tastefully decorated in a huntsman motif.
$250 - $295
This spacious upstairs suite with separate sitting room has a King size bed, delightfully large windows, bathroom with converted primitive dry sink, 2 person shower and antique clawfoot tub. Gas fireplace for heat.
$275 - $325
Hudson River Valley, Countryside, Small town
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 40 miles
From the Taconic Heading Northbound Exit at Bull's Head Road (Route 19). Make a LEFT at the first stop sign and a LEFT (West) on Bulls Head Road at the second stop sign. Travel 6 miles and make a LEFT on Wurtemburg Road 300 feet before the stop sign at Route 9G. After turning left on Wurtemburg Road the Inn is 3/4 mile on the right. Look for #340 on a red mailbox. Please park just beyond the Inn and use the center entrance. Note: numbering on Wurtemburg Rd. is not consecutive. From the Village of Rhinebeck From the light in the center of town, head EAST on Rte. 308 (E. Market St.) approximately 1 1/2 miles. Make a RIGHT onto County Rte. 101 (Violet Hill Rd.). Take Rte. 101 to the end, and turn RIGHT onto Rte 9G (note: no sign). Go approximately 1/2 mile and make a LEFT on County Route 19 (Slate Quarry Rd.). Make an immediate RIGHT on Wurtemburg Road. After turning right on Wurtemburg Road, the Inn is 3/4 mile on the right. Look for #340 on a red mailbox. Please park just beyond the Inn and use the center entrance.
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Winery
Board games, Copier, Fireplace, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, River Tubing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Tennis courts
Jonna and Cindy
I was bitten by the travel bug early, knew I wanted to be an innkeeper when I was just 7 years old, became one at 17, when my mother turned our home in to an inn, and opened my own at 27. Today, I love to travel, day dream, go to antique auctions, and am real estate obsessed.