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Highland, NY - Fox Hill Bed and Breakfast
Situated on the gently sloping hills of a peaceful highway, Fox Hill B&B offers impeccable rooms, welcoming accommodation and rural surroundings in Highland, NY, just 5 mile from New Paltz or Hyde Park. 5 to 6 leagues from New Paltz or Hyde Park. Near Great Shopping, excellent restaurants, river cruises, wine tasting, antiques, FDR Home/Library, historic sites, villas, Mohonk Preserve, Minnewaska State Park, "The Gunks" for climbing, hiking and biking and kayaking directly on Black Creek.
The Restored Historic 1888 Railroad Bridge (no more trains), where you run over the treetops and over the Hudson River! Directly accessible from the street.
Bed and Breakfast | B&B | Kingston NY | Ulster County
Located in historical downtown Kingston - the first New York state city - our Bed and Breakfast is the ideal base to take full advantage of the Hudson Valley, from award-winning dining and wine-growing to stunning vistas of the Hudson River, from international renowned arts and historical monuments to year-round outings.
From Monday to Friday a full breakfast is offered in the luncheon room from 8:30-10:30 o'clock; on Saturdays, Sundays and public holiday a full country breakfast is offered. Indulge yourself in an memorable experience in one of Kingston's best-kept secrets:
Hudson Valley Bed & Breakfasts
of the Hudson River Valley? It is a place of great natural beauties and great historical richness. So, take some of your free and easy times to taste the rose, maybe the one you just got for Valentine's Day, and take in the beautiful bed and breakfasts near my house and my house.
Maplestone lnn, around 1790, was erected next to a stony farm. Classic in decoration, it recognizes the story of the building and offers contemporary comfort at the same time. It' situated on a beautiful site in the city of New Paltz. Characterised above all by the appearance of an genuine local oak tree house, you will be delightedly amazed inside the guesthouse when you find distinctive accents such as a Vermont pouring oven and a 1928 claw-foot bath.
Nothing was missed in the creation of the ambience of this enchanting B&B. Wireless broadband and a soft gown complete your adventure. At the same time, the inn has succeeded in maintaining the room's dignity while at the same time providing a luxury and inviting ambience in a uniquely small city. The Mohonk Mountain Reserve, the biggest protected area in New York State with member and guest support, is close by.
At Mohonk you can take advantage of the many climbs and walks that may be necessary after the inn's free 3-course breakfast. Situated in Hyde Park, an area of historic importance, where the Vanderbilt Mansion and Franklin Roosevelt Library are grouped.
Hyde Park's eating options are extraordinary. Last but not least, a dinner in Hyde Park would not be perfect without a trip to the Hyde Park-dinner. Millbrook is the backdrop for Porter House. The Porter House was a telephone switchboard from 1940 in a former time.
The building itself was constructed in 1912 by stone masons from Italy, whose elaborate stonemasonry and handicraft give the building a singular appearance. Millbrook has a wine cellar, Hudson Valley River cruise and many other attractions to showcase the area.
There is a 150 hectare large gardens, truly original, full of tropical vegetation, creeks, falls and patios with views of a 40 hectare glacier la. Beacon City is easy to reach via the Hudson line of the North Railroad Metro. All three rooms are large and furnished according to the building's historical background.
Constructed in 1911, the house is full of traditional chimneys, genuine parquet flooring and inlays. Delamater Inn is situated on the Beekman Arm site in the historical centre of Rhinebeck, NY. Situated in the heart of the city, the inn is full of small stores and excellent cuisine.
Rheinebeck offers you the opportunity to get to know the story of a quantum New York capital while at the same time experiencing the cultural life of a capital of New York.