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Experience the Hudson Valley at Our Bed and Breakfast in Hyde Park

We welcome you to the heart of the Hudson River Valley. Hyde Park is the gateway to the region's Great Estates, from Kykuit (The Rockefeller Estate) in Sleepy Hollow, south of Hyde Park to Olana (the Hudson River artist Fredrick Church’s home) just south of Hudson and The Rip Van Winkle Bridge.

Explore the Past

For history buffs, Hyde Park has Colonial cottages. Tour William Stoutenburgh House, one of Hyde Park's founding family’s homesteads. You’ll be in awe of Gilded Age manors such as, The Staatsburgh State Historic Site, home of Ruth and Ogden Mills. Their sweeping rolling knoll is a backdrop to the Hudson River. The Vanderbilt Estate and their formal gardens across from Journey Inn Bed & Breakfast gives new meaning to a “country place” and the view of the Hudson River is one of the most magnificent and most photographed in the Hudson Valley. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s home is located in Hyde Park, along with his Presidential Library. Top Cottage, FDR’s retreat home, is a find, and Eleanor Roosevelt’s home Valkill should never be missed.

Be Inspired

Visitors to The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) will savor local restaurants and cafes as well. Sign-up for a CIA boot camp class for the week, or if time is limited, the CIA offers a weekend class. Nature lovers can trek our miles of trails, crisscrossed by ancient stone walls, or simply stroll along the majestic Hudson River and our fabulous gardens. The pastoral beauty here has inspired painters, poets, and even politicians. Let it inspire you to return!

A Note From the Innkeeper...
Spring is in full bloom in the Hudson Valley. And the magnificent gardens are open. Come and visit the Beatrix Farrand Garden at the FDR home, the formal gardens at the Vanderbilt Estate, and the magical Innisfree.
From our Blog...

Spring Fever
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

I have a friend from California who moved to the northeast for a brief period. She moved here at the beginning of the spectacular fall season and, of course, she was amazed at how beautiful autumn is in the Hudson Valley - reds, yellows, oranges - and the weather is just perfect. I warned her tha... .. read more..

Winter in Hyde Park
Monday, January 19, 2015

So you want to get away in the middle of winter. You don't ski and you are not going to hop on a plane to a beach somewhere, so what do you do when you need a quick getaway? Hyde Park offers a wonderful place to experience history, hiking, and great food. When we have snow (and that is most of th... .. read more..

The Roosevelts and Hyde Park
Wednesday, September 17, 2014

When you live in Hyde Park, NY you are living with the Roosevelt family. Very few places personify a family as much as Hyde Park does. When folks call to book rooms we often get into conversation about why they are coming and what they plan to do - always the Roosevelt home, library, and museum a... .. read more..