Just down the road from the splendid Storm King Art Center, this charming, family-run, year-round B&B is a relaxing place to stay, ideal for art lovers and outdoorsy sorts (innkeeper Gay is a kayaker and can help organize outings on the Hudson). The home, once a carriage house on a 19th-century farm (converted into a guesthouse in the 1920s), is quiet and comfortable, with a high-ceilinged and cozy, wood-paneled great room and a serene, covered back deck, with stunning views past Storm King (including views of Andrew Goldsworthy's The Wall That Went for a Walk) to the Hudson Hills. The latter is a favorite gathering place of guests. The four guest rooms, three of which are upstairs off the great room, are very clean and spacious, with nice private bathrooms; two rooms (Pine and Lavender) have working fireplaces.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Highly Recommended 2010