Find the Perfect Bed and Breakfast in Rhinebeck or Red Hook

The adjacent towns of Red Hook and Rhinebeck are located 100 miles up the Hudson River from New York City, in Dutchess County. Rhinebeck is fortunate to have Amtrak train service along the eastern bank of the Hudson River to its Rhinecliff station. Settled by the Dutch in 1688, Rhinebeck’s long history is apparent in its architecture and scenic rural character, from early primitive Dutch stone buildings to the whimsical carpenter gothic residences along the tree-lined streets of this picturesque town.

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Chosen as one of the 5 “foodiest towns in America” by “Bon Appetit” magazine, Rhinebeck offers a wide variety of high quality dining options. Thanks to smart development, the historic village center has long been held up as a model for a pedestrian village. Referred to as “the Un-Hamptons” Rhineb eck’s many unique shops equal paradise for the chic-boutique lover. Indie and art films can be enjoyed at the much-loved Upstate Films theater, and be sure to partake in the weekly bounty at the local farmer’s market. Just north of Rhinebeck, on the way to Red Hook, the Dutchess County Fairgrounds hosts a myriad of festivals including; Antique, Craft and Car shows, Country Living Fair, Sheep and Wool Festival and The Dutchess County Agricultural Fair. Tour Wilderstein, the 19th c. Queen-Anne style country home of FDR’s close confident Daisy Suckley, and take a bi-plane ride or see the nostalgic air show at The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome. Explore your potential at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies. Return to visit in December to celebrate with the Rhinebeck community for the fanciful Sinterklaas extravaganza.

The town of Red Hook (which prior to 1812, was part of Rhinebeck) has two villages, Red Hook and Tivoli, and two hamlets, Annandale-on-Hudson, and Barrytown. Bard College and its Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, designed by famous architect Frank Gehry, are perhaps the best known town institutions. The wonderful acoustics in the Fisher Center make a visit there for the opera, the symphony, theater and dance productions a special treat. The Hessel Museum of Art is also on the Bard campus.Red Hook also offers everything one would want in a weekend getaway: a foodie experience, a visit to a distillery or a winery, a visit to a historic home like Montgomery Place with its beautiful grounds overlooking the Hudson River, antique shops, an auction house, specialty shops, and hikes along the River.

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Changing Times Boutique Country B&B

624 Old Rte 82, Taghkanic, NY 12521

Local Phone: (518) 851-3510
Toll Free: (800) 558-8218

Come and experience an authentic B&B ideally located in the heart of NY’s magical Hudson Valley just N. of Rhinebeck outside Hudson, near Catskill. Enjoy luxurious beds at comfortable rates and celebrate Time together and the joy of safely traveling … Continue reading

The Grand Dutchess

7571 Old Post Road, Red Hook, NY 12571

Local Phone: (845) 758-5818

Escape to another Century and spend the night in Victorian Elegance. Our 1874 Victorian home is located on one acre in the Village of Red Hook. We are located just minutes from Rhinebeck in the heart of the Hudson Valley. … Continue reading

The Inn at Twaalfskill

144 Vineyard Avenue, Highland, NY 12528

Local Phone: (845) 691-3605

The time-caressed patina and woodgrain of antique furnishing,the calming room colors,the soothingly rich fabrics and subtle decor make every room a visual feast.Awake each morning to the restorative aromas of a homemade breakfast. Perhaps you’ll venture forth in the outside … Continue reading

WhistleWood Farm Bed and Breakfast

52 Pells Rd., Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Local Phone: (845) 876-6838

Set on 40 pristine acres of forest and wetlands, WhistleWood Farm invites you to escape your day-to-day routine and enter a world away. All of the luxurious amenities busy people need to unwind are provided in beautifully decorated rooms. many … Continue reading

Primrose Hill Bed and Breakfast

567 Ackert Hook Rd, Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Local Phone: (845) 663-6997

Primrose Hill Bed and Breakfast in Rhinebeck, New York is a recently built farmhouse style accommodation located about 3 miles Southeast of the village of Rhinebeck, NY. And only 2 hours North of New York City. It combines the charm … Continue reading

Inn the Woods Bed and Breakfast

32 Howard Boulevard Extension, Hyde Park, NY 12538

Local Phone: (845) 229-9331

Intimate two guest room Bed & Breakfast with bright and spacious rooms. Central to Roosevelt and Vanderbilt estates, the Culinary Institute of America, the Walkway Over the Hudson and colleges of Vassar, Marist and Bard. Using local and creating homemade … Continue reading

Journey Inn Bed & Breakfast

1 Sherwood Place, Hyde Park, NY 12538

Local Phone: (845) 229-8972

Best location directly across from the Vanderbilt Estate, down the road from FDR home and museum, a few miles from the Culinary Institute of America, and 10 minutes to the village of Rhinebeck.

Hilltop House Bed & Breakfast

43 Depot Hill Rd., Amenia, NY 12501

Local Phone: (845) 789-1354

Hilltop House Bed and Breakfast has five delightful guest rooms quaintly furnished with antiques and fine linens, each offering their own distinctive charm. Common areas at the inn are wonderful places to relax and visit with fellow guests. Spend a … Continue reading