When you arrive at the Peach Grove Inn, you’ll feel as if you’re stepping into Gone With the Wind. The Greek Revival home beckons you to explore its massive rooms and exquisite antique furnishings. Life’s hectic pace will become a distant memory as you tickle the ivories on the baby grand piano, sip a glass of wine in the parlor, or play a civil game of croquet on the lower lawn. Whether you’re here for a personal retreat, a romantic weekend, or a family gathering, you’ll have plenty of private space to relax, reconnect, and recharge. You’ll want to stay several nights! Peach Grove Inn has everything you need for a romantic getaway...Nancy, the owner, cooks a beautiful breakfast and gives you your space. Right in the center of the restaurants and attractions. 5 stars." - Guests from New Rochelle, NY
5 on October 14, 2013
The Peach Grove Inn has the feel of your classic New England B&B. The mid-19th c. house is quaint and meticulously decorated. My wife and I stayed in the Hearth Room, this our first visit, and found it quite spacious. The room included a large wood-burning fireplace, two-person jacuzzi tub, spectacular view, and a private entrance. I would recommend staying in one of the rooms that face to the back, in particular, as they have amazing views of the rolling countryside. John, the owner and operator, went out of his way on several occasions to ensure our stay was perfect. We will definitely be returning.
5 on May 10, 2013
Wonderful courteous service
5 on April 28, 2013
My son and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Peach Grove Inn. The rooms were beautiful and comfortable, the food was delicious, and John and his daughter were perfect hosts. John went above and beyond the call of duty for us, providing rides and letting us use his personal phone (since ours weren't working). The advantage of bed and breakfast accommodations is that they are more personal than hotels----and therefore more comforting, more homelike, and more unique. We enjoyed the town, the house, the breakfast, the other guests and the hospitality. Highly recommended!
4.8 on February 22, 2013
Had a lovely stay at the Peach Grove after a bookin at another B&B was cancelled due to storm damage. John took care of us from the moment we arrived and til the moment we left. The hearth room was great except for the fact that the in room fireplace wasn't working but otherwise we had an amazing stay and look forward to coming back another time.
4.8 on January 05, 2013
We booked the B&B for a weekend getaway and it exceeded our expectaions in every way. The room was wonderfully decorated and we made use of the fireplace both nights. We enjoyed delicious breakfasts with John, the innkeeper, and the other guests. John told us about the town and where some of the best places to visit were, we took his advise and it made our trip all the more memorable. We will be staying there again next year!
4.6 on October 13, 2012
John was the perfect host, informative, interesting and friendly. He patiently described the history of the house and the town, and made several suggestions for activities that we might enjoy. He made our stay one to remember. Thank you John.
4.8 on July 15, 2012
My husband surprised me with an overnight trip to the inn. When we drove in the drive way, the view took my breath away! John's daughter greeted us with a mini tour and was so sweet and kind, and very helpful. We stayed in the hearth room, that was SO incredibly amazing, as was the entire inn, it felt very regal yet we felt very at home. Probably because John and his girlfriend were so friendly and very sincere, and chatted with us for a good while. The breakfast was so lovely and very yummy that John served us,and we enjoyed our meal with a wonderful couple before leaving just this morning. We look forward to visiting again!
5 on July 15, 2012
My mom and I had the most wonderful mom and daughter getaway weekend due mostly to the wonderful experience of staying at The Peach Grove Inn. From the time we arrived until we left we were in great hands with John who owned the house. He gave us a room that was spacious and equipped with everything a person could need. I had asked him for a room on the first level so that my mom wouldn't have to climb steps. She has trouble walking due to her knees. He gave us the perfect room. We could park outside the room. The house itself is so charming and decorated in the period that it was built in.. John explained the history of the house . Whenever we needed directions to go somewhere or needed ideas John was a wealth of information for places to eat and things to do.. His breakfast every morning was as if it was catered in. He is an outstanding cook and the choices of food were beyond belief. So elegant in the dining room and meeting other guests was fun. We can't wait to go back. Next time I will go with my husband so he can enjoy this to. Make reservations here for a great experience.
5 on May 08, 2012
We stayed four nights at the Peach Grove, while attending local wedding festivities. We were in the Joel Wheeler room, which is beautiful and has views over the countryside. Very comfortable and clean. Breakfast each day was different and original, with something for everyone. John immediately caught on to each guest's preferences and remembered them. He also was super-helpful in providing us with information, forgot no detail, and and even made us bagels and coffee to-go when we had to catch a 7am bus. Thanks, John! We loved our stay at the Peach Grove!
4.8 on November 06, 2011
John was most hospitable and helpful. The room (The Hearth room) was beautiful, comfortable and clean. The Inn itself is impressive with a great history. The breakfasts were gourmet quality and delicious. Simply put, we had a wonderful time. Highly recommended.
Originally the home’s kitchen in 1850, this delightful room has a private ground-level entrance, and patio. The room includes a queen sleigh bed, antique armoire, wall-to-wall carpet, wood shuttered windows, ceiling fan, electric wood stove, cable TV and DVD/VCR with video and audio ports for attachments, The en suite private bath features a whirpool tub and is equipped with a selection of Juicy Peach Shea Butter bath products.
Enjoy a magnificent view from this large, cheerful room, or curl up on the carved mahogany queen bed. Unique furnishings in the “Joel” room include a black marble-topped dresser, antique armoire, and a sink set in an antique washstand. Flooring is original wide-plank hardwood. The en suite private bath features a shower and is equipped with a selection of Juicy Peach Shea Butter bath products.
This spacious room was once used for gatherings by the household help. It has a cherry queen pencil post bed, antique armoire, wall-to-wall carpet, ceiling fan, and original wood-burning fireplace. A private, ground-level entrance features a side porch adjacent to a garden area. This room includes cable TV and DVD/VCR with video and audio ports for attachments. The en suite private bath features a whirpool tub and is equipped with a selection of Juicy Peach Shea Butter bath products.
This sunny corner room has a cherry queen four-poster rice bed, pink marble-topped dresser and matching nightstands, original wide-plank pine floor, ceiling fan, and original wood-burning fireplace. The en suite private bath features a shower and is equipped with a selection of Juicy Peach Shea Butter bath products.
Additional suite (sleeps 2 adults) – $50/night per person Bursting with natural light, this room has a cherry queen four-poster rice bed, antique marble-topped dresser and armoire, original wide-plank pine floor, ceiling fan, and original wood-burning fireplace. The adjoining room – originally the home’s nursery, has a full-size bed, which expands the suite to sleep four. The en suite private bath features a shower and is equipped with a selection of Juicy Peach Shea Butter bath products.
Just outside of Village, Countryside
Newburgh, NY (SWF-Stewart) 25 miles
From the George Washington Bridge: Bearing right, get on the Palisades Interstate Parkway (PIP). Continue to New York State thruway North (Interstate 87) to exit 15A onto State Route 17 north through the Villages of Sloatsburgh and Tuxedo. About 3 or 4 miles after passing through the Village of Tuxedo make a left onto Route 17A (we're about 20 minutes from this point) passing Sterling Forest, over Sterling Mountain to Greenwood Lake. Continue on 17A over Mount Peter. At the bottom of Mount Peter in the hamlet of Belvale, on the left side is the Belvale General Store. We are .75 of a mile on the right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, West Point Academy, FDR Museum, Culinary Institute of America, Hudson River Sight Seeing Cruises, Spas,Golfing, Water Parks, Top Restaurants in Hudson Valley, NYC via bus nearby., Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Sports venue, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Coffee and tea thru out the day, bottled water in rooms. Sweet or Savory Afternoon Delight, Some Rooms with Direct TV & WIFI through out property.
Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals