A Note from the Innkeeper...

Take advantage of the long weekend, just had a last minute cancellation in our Spirited Dove Suite,  Saturday and Sunday. 2/17-19 Give us a call 845 871 1745 to reserve

Rhinebeck Bed and Breakfast Getaway

The Olde Rhinebeck inn is an Early American style farmhouse circa 1745 located just three miles south of the charming village of Rhinebeck and just minutes from Hyde Park in New York's historic Hudson Valley. 

A Unique B&B Experience

Authentic...Built more than three decades before the Revolutionary War by German Palatine settlers, this Rhinebeck bed and breakfast farmhouse retains many of its original architectural details.  

Elegant....Lovingly restored, spacious, delightfully appointed suites and fine amenities provide the perfect romantic getaway.

Rustic...Walk the original wide plank floors, admire the patina of centuries old buttermilk finishes and lie beneath the rugged hand hewn chestnut beams.

Intimate...and personal. Escape the city, to a distinctive Hudson Valley Inn where great expectations are quietly met.  

We look forward to hosting you!

Innkeeper's Blog

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The Hudson Valley is steeped in history, from the original Dutch settlers who set up trading outposts in the 1600s, to it going through a time as an agricultural hub, to it being a train and river thoroughfare during the industrial revolution. During the early 1800s, the Valley experienced a tourism boom as tourists could travel to it easily from New York City.
Sinterklaas is a celebration for young and old.  With parades, live music and performers of all types. Workshops for children and adults, a Sinterklaas Soiree, photo booths, trolley rides, dance demonstrations, storytelling, puppet shows, open houses of area businesses, delicious food from local restaurants and vendors, and more! 
Olde Rhinebeck Inn Garlic Harvest
Today is the day our small patch of garlic is harvested.  This is a big day in a long process.  In our climate it is best to plant garlic cloves in the fall, and this year’s mini-crop has been in the ground for nearly nine months.  Although the garlic may sprout and send up shoots in the fall, they winter over and grow strong in the spring and early summer.  Their stalks provide the only green coloring in our otherwise muddy spring vegetable garden, providing hope for a lush garden later on.

“Voted one of The 10 Best Inns in North America."  Forbes.com

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