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A Note from the Innkeeper...

Celebrating Love and Romance  in the month of “LoveYouVery” (valid for stays Feb.1-28)       Book 1 night and get $25 towards dinner out, Stay 2 nights and get $75.  Special aslo includes: Rhinebeck’s own Krause’s peanut butter meltaways and chance to linger with your loved one for a late check out. (1pm)heart       ...

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

Hudson Valley Wedding and Elopement Package
I became a wedding officiant in early 2003 and have had the real pleasure to perform 23 weddings since.  We recently had a lovely young couple get engaged here at the Inn who will now be returning to get married this winter.  Cindy, my BFF and fellow Innkeeper will be officiating this celebration. 
Fall Inn to Autumn Activities
There are plenty of hints about the onset of fall here at the inn.  Swaths of color are accenting the trees, the first clusters of leaves are gathering in the yard, the mornings are crisp, the gas stove in Plow & Harrow is lit, and the squirrels full cheeked with nuts are absolutely frantic.
Vegetable and Herb Gardens
It’s August, time for vegetable and herb garden mayhem.  Those little seeds and plants that took up such small spaces back in April and May are now full-grown and ready for harvesting.  And it’s not just the gardens here at the inn that are matured: it’s a great time to take in the bounty of the region’s many gardens, farms, and farmer’s markets.

"It's like staying with best friends if those friends were consummate hoteliers!"