Relax in The Lodge, nestled in the middle of 45 acres of woods, 60 min from NYC, 6 mi from Greenwich,CT and 7 mi from Stamford, CT. Enjoy a delicious continental breakfast. Use our walking trails, relaxing terraces, porch, deck, fireplaces and patio with fire pit. Guests that visit do not want to leave, what more can be said? Each room has access to several spacious areas, including both a library and conference/office loft, The Lodge has Wi-Fi coverage and ceiling fans in each room, with access to a private porch and gym.There's central A/C and the heat is radiant; a special treat in the bathrooms. We're 5 minutes from historic Bedford Village and are surrounded by hiking trails and other quaint towns. This is your gateway to the Hudson Valley and Southern Connecticut. Being in the middle of horse country, we offer horseback packages, from single lessons to trail rides and our Adult Horse Camp (its like having a horse for a day). All year long. We also offer hands-on beekeeping and maple syrup 3 hour sessions (in season). Our large, 3,000' stone patio is available to guests for small private events.
4.0 on April 25, 2018
This is a great, "off the beaten path" place to stay. Being more-or-less in the country, at the end of a dirt road, you get the real sense of being away from it all, which is just what we needed at the time. The place is beautiful, with a "quirky touch" sense of decorating. There is a lot of art, which we enjoyed. Our room was spacious and clean. One might also describe the proprietors as having a low key "quirky touch" as well. Friendly, but also giving needed space. The breakfasts were simple but plentiful, and fresh -- it almost seemed everything they served was grown right there. We were there because of a "family event" in the village, but we will definitely consider going there again the next time we feel a need just to get away from it all...
5 on March 20, 2018
Our son and his father stayed over for a soccer game in the area. Loved the accommodations, the friendly Inn Keepers and the food!
5 on February 27, 2018
We stayed for one night at The Lodge at Honey Maple Grove. Though we arrived late and left early, our stay was wonderful and we're planning to go back. Christine was a gracious host and makes excellent coffee and corn muffin tops in addition to other breakfast goodies. The house is very comfortable and inviting. Can't wait to visit when the leaves are on the trees and warmer weather invites us out to enjoy the stone patio.
4.8 on January 17, 2018
This truly is a hidden gem “ in the woods” I enjoyed the surrounding area and all it had to offer. This lodge is a delightful place to relax and enjoy nature ! The hosts are charming and very knowledgeable!
5 on January 08, 2018
My (now) fiance and I had an unforgettable 1-night stay here. Christina & Abbott were the most welcoming and gracious hosts, and served up a delicious breakfast in the morning including home-made honey and bread and much more. Snowshoeing around the premises was a blast. Their two dogs are adorable and friendly. The radiant heat from the floors was amazing especially given the 2-degree weather outside. The room was spacious and comfortable. And most importantly, my fiance and I got engaged here. The Lodge at Honey Maple Grove will always hold a special place in our hearts and we look forward to coming back again some time!
4.8 on January 01, 2018
The heated floors were wonderful & Abbott allowed me to plug in my Toyota Prius Prime from the regular household current outlet on the porch.Stayed 1 night in one of the upstairs bedrooms.Other upstairs bedrm was my bro & sis-in-law.Was kind of odd that the owner space is not completely separate from guests but did not bother me.2 large dogs & cat were pretty quiet.Wish there was small fridge with water/juice on 2nd /flr.
4.6 on December 09, 2017
Loved the personal company and conversation with the owners. Beautiful place!
5 on November 05, 2017
This place is amazing, the building and most of all the hosts. Abbott and Christina could not have been more welcoming. Besides taking great pains to be sure I was comfortable with their two dogs and three cats, they were a mine of information on people and places in the area. By the time I left, I felt like they were old friends. I would suggest arriving before dark, as it is a little difficult to find the driveway if you are here for the first time.
4.4 on October 16, 2017
Ms. Christina was extremely nice and very accommodating. The lodge is simply lovely, beautifully decorated on grounds that beg for outdoor relaxation. Would welcome the opportunity to visit again!
5 on October 11, 2017
We travelled from New Hampshire and were pleased to find this lovely B&B tucked away in the woods. Our hosts were interesting and accommodating. We will certainly try to stay here again next time we are in the area.
This cozy room faces east and has french doors that open onto our 3,000' stone patio. It has TV with cable. The bed is extra comfortable and the quiet of being in the middle of over 45 acres of wooded hills gives all our guests a remarkable evening's rest. There are 2 love seats and a small table and chairs. As with all our rooms, radiant heat makes it extra comfortable. The bathroom has a tiled shower.
This bright and cheerful corner room faces east. The bed is extra comfortable and the quiet of being in the middle of over 45 acres of wooded hills gives all our guests a remarkable evening's rest. As with all our rooms,radiant heat makes it extra comfortable.The shared bathroom (with 1 other room) has a luxurious and large hydro-therapy tub and shower..
This bright and cheerful corner room faces east. The bed is extra comfortable and the quiet of being in the middle of over 45 acres of wooded hills gives all our guests a remarkable evening's rest. As with all our rooms, radiant heat makes it extra comfortable. The shared bathroom (with 1 other room) has a luxurious and large hydro-therapy tub and shower.
Countryside, Secluded, Small town
White Plains, NY (HPN-Westchester Co.) 15 miles
From North & South - Route 684 to Exit 4 (Bedford/Mt. Kisco). Go east on Rt 172 towards Bedford. At 2nd light (Rte 22/172) go left. At 2nd light (Bedford Village Green), bear right (Rte 172/Pound Ridge Road). Go THRU next light (Long Ridge Road) *** to next right (Grove Road). At end of Grove, go right (Hickory Lane). At top of hill (where macadam ends) DO NOT GO straight. Take dirt road to to left (100/88) sign should be on your right. Take that winding gravel road 1/4 mile to the Lodge. From Conn. Take Exit 34 (Rte 104/Long Ridge Road). Turn right and go to end (Rte 172/Pound Ridge Road). Turn right and follow directions from *** above. By train: Take MetroNorth Harlem Line to Mt. Kisco. You can get a taxi from there to us (about $20). Better yet, rent a car from Enterprise (Mt. Kisco). It's much cheaper than a NYC rental, and they'll pick you up at the station. We're told that a weekend rental costs less than 4 cab rides). Call us with any questions - 914-205-3250
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Farm, Boutique Hotel, Cabin, Ranch
Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Washer/dryer, Workout facility
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Christina and Abbott
Cats , Dogs
Chistina I have been riding all my life, which is why I love living in horse country. With my love of children and teaching, I was a NYC elementary school teacher (East Harlem). I have taught in the Bedford Central School District and now tutor students in the area. Abbott As a rider, I also love living in horse country. I'm a retired computer executive. I have been in computing since 1965 and taught at Hunter College while getting my degrees. I started the local Rotary Club,