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Accommodation during house hunting in Hudson Valley
Where to stay while shopping at home? There are a few places where you can enjoy the Hudson Valley. The Villa in Saugerties is a contemporary Mediterranean haven in the Catskill Mountains of the Hudson Valley. Featuring comforts such as a 40-foot swimmingpool, 40-foot long linen towels, 40-foot long baby swimming pools, micro-climate, Wi-Fi, sat TV, multi-course breakfasts and culinary dinner in a barnyard - the Villa in Saugerties is redefining what a B&B can be.
Pineapple - a charming Queen Anne home from 1900, beautifully and fantastically renovated to provide a fresh, modern room with artwork and decoration for the ideal holiday in the middle of picturesque forests. They can also arrange specific food specials or take a short walk across the street, the exquisite, refined The Red Onion eatery.
And next to it is the beautiful Glamour House Spoon. The Graham & Co., a contemporary interpretation of the classical week-end excursion, is based on the Catskills' heirloom. You will find over 3 acre of activity with a large outdoor heated area, a large outdoor area, a hammock for relaxation, a badmin clay courts, a fireplace, a barbecue area, bicycles to discover and many places to unwind with a drink.
The Graham & Co. is an ideal place for all four season, near walking, angling, tubing as well as ski. Forsyth, Kingston's first B&B shop, is the ideal starting point for the newcomer. Located one unit from the historical Rondout Watersfront and just a few moments from the Hudson Valley's scenic, historical and culture-wonderland.
Recently refurbished rooms with en-suite bathrooms combine historical and contemporary designs. As vogue.com says, a creatively and seasonally designed must do breakfasts is cooked by your chef/restaurateur every day and serves on the veranda, in the yard or by the fire.