- Pickerel Rush is privately set on two-plus acres located on residential Carpenter Avenue in Newburgh's historic district. Built in 1865 by the renowned architectural firm of Andrew Jackson Downing, this Italianate Mansion was featured twice in Victorian Homes Magazine. The close-by Hudson River waterfront is a hotspot for young and older refined groups with Fine Dining amd Nightclubs. A short trip by Ferry takes you to Beacon's historic Main Street for antiquing, gift shops, dining and more. The decor is entirely period and antique furnishings. Relax on the porches, in one of two beautiful Parlors, or poolside. Amenities include a private Guest Kitchen, Cable TV, and scrumptous Breakfasts served in the Formal Dining Room.
User Reviews for Pickerel Rush
out $50 and no place to stay
I was looking forward to staying the night at Pickerel Rush Inn but unfortunately did not get the chance. I had reserved a room with Karen and sent her a check for $50. A half hour...
- posted on 05.08.12
- by Erin G