The Bohemian Inn is a circa 1872 Victorian located in the heart of Saugerties (a Gem of the Hudson Valley, named one of the best small towns in America and the gateway to the Catskill Mountains). It is literally a few steps away from excellent dining and shopping (absolutely no driving required), and a short drive to hiking, antiquing, canoeing, leaf-peeping, swimming holes, skiing and other outdoor adventure. The Inn is a perfect blend of historic and soulful charm, reflecting a love for both the Hudson Valley and the eternally fascinating world we live in. It is furnished with antiques from around the world, transporting you to far away places. Each room is aptly named after an exotic city of which its decor is reminiscent. The owner, Stephanie, is a world traveler, photographer, treasure hunter, oenophile, artist, aspiring psychoanalyst and hopefully your new friend!
4.8 on April 21, 2017
Beautiful house with vintage charm. Our room was clean and well maintained. Stephanie was wonderful! She made you feel welcome and is very knowledgeable about the area. We had a great time!
3.8 on March 26, 2017
Interestingly furnished house with old world charm. Great location that allowed me to easily walk to bookstore, dinner, etc. Stephanie made me feel very welcome.
King Size Room
Room with Two Twin Beds
Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Rural, Small town
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 47 miles miles
Please call for directions.
Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Vineyard, Winery
Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Kitchenette, Microwave, Parking, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, Videos, Walk to mass transit, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Ceiling fans, Desk, TV
Greek, English, Spanish
I am world traveler, photographer, treasure hunter, oenophile, artist, aspiring psychoanalyst and hopefully your new friend! I can't wait to share all of my favorite spots in Saugerties and the Hudson Valley, including where to get fine chocolate, your caffeine fix, a good read, a movie at a vintage movie theater or the perfect cocktail. Although I am not a native, I gave up my life in Brooklyn and Manhattan because of my love for the house and my deep and utter enchantment with this area.