Upstate new York where to goThe Upstate New York, where to go
An Upstate New York local guide with commercial owner Brent Ridge
Where was Beekman born in 1802? The Beekman Farm was initially constructed in 1802 by a man called William Beekman. And Beekman was a self-made man. Although an orphan at sea and illiterate as a baby, he collected significant fortune by setting up a trading company in Sharon Springs, NY, and sold goods not only to locals but also to the wagons that left the northeast and went to the west borders.
In 1802, we do not see Beekman as a new firm, but as one that has rested for about 200 years. So, what do you like most about life and work in the hinterland of New York? We' re now working with over 300 craftsmen across the state of New York to develop a full product line from skin care and home care to fine food.
We have this year teamed up with another New York-based designer, Mackenzie-Childs, to create a unique line of products that is also based on their own farming estate in Aurora, New York. Everyone who comes to the hinterland of New York returns home inspire. Which places would you suggest a visit to Upstate?
When you go on a holiday for a week-end in spring, we suggest you start in Sharon Springs, NY (guided visits to the ranch on selected Saturdays and Autumn weekends). Located on Main Street, Beekman 1802 Mercantile and the Black Cat Cafe and Bakery and American Hotel Restaurants are great places for lunches.
What do you like to buy? Since we cultivate almost all the foods we eat, every free moment of the year is devoted to doing the work on the farms and providing enough nutrition for the winters.
Walk between the bushes in this $195/night tree house in Upstate New York.
Swap the noise of hooting automobiles and sound for the happy noises of whispers and songin' fowls on this enchanting airbnbnb trip to Upstate New York. This is not only off-grid (there is no WiFi or electricity), it is also in a tree house. The lack of comfort is balanced in a country-style charme and naturally ambiance.
The tree house on his list known as the White Wind House is in the countryside of Argyle and can house two people in his one room, beginning at $195 per room. Because of the openess of the tree house, it is more of a camp ground adventure than a conventional indoors accommodation. There is a front terrace overlooking the fields in front of the house.
In the cold season you can use the chimney. Fresch wells, fairly traded tea and coffe, two hotplates, simple utensils and a barbecue are available, but our customers have to take their own fuel. In keeping with the topic of campsite, visitors have entrance to a courtyard on the first floor.
Learn more about the rustikale tree house and reserve the air-cab here.