you are seeking a romantic getaway, accommodations during a
local event, or simply a well deserved rest, you will appreciate
and bask in the yesteryear comfort and charm of the Hardebenbergh
House. Breathtaking authentic Victorian décor and fine
antiques grace the entire home including the well appointed
guest rooms, as well as the parlor and dining room.
Enjoy true country living from the serenity of the landscaped
yard while you doze in a hammock under ancient trees. Fall
asleep with the crickets and wake to the chirping birds, as
the aroma of freshly ground gourmet coffee wafts under your
bedroom door and the scent of scrumptious, flaky breakfast pastries, fresh
from the oven and prepared by a CIA trained pastry chef fills
relaxing is not your style, spend the day on the Shawangunk
Wine Trail, hike the Mohonk Preserve or climb rocks at Minnewaska
State Park. Golf, swim, horseback ride, tube down a roaring
creek, hang glide, go antiquing, rent a bike—it's all
here, within 10-30 minutes of the Hardenbergh House in winter,
summer, spring, and fall.
The Hudson Valley is
a perfect location for small weddings and other gatherings. The magnificent Catskill and Shawangunk
Mountains (the "Gunks"), the
relaxing atmosphere and the attention to detail all
come together to equal
the ideal surroundings for your special occasion. So
if you're visiting sunny New Paltz, Historic Kingston, Woodstock, Rhinebeck, High
Falls, Stone Ridge,
the Mohonk Mountain Preserve, The Mohonk Mountain House or Minnewaska State Park in
Ulster County, stay here at the Hardenbergh
House Bed and Breakfast.
The Hardenbergh House is centrally located 10 minutes from Kingston, and 10 minutes from New Paltz in the Shawangunk Mountains. Woodstock, the art colony, is 30 minutes to the center of town. New Paltz is the home of the well-known Mohonk Mountain House and Minnewaska State Park. Both are famous for their hiking and /or mountain climbing trails. Kingston is the largest port on the Hudson River between New York City and Albany. Many boaters will dock their boats there while enjoying the town. When you are hungry, there are no shortages of good places to eat. The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) is only a few minutes away from Kingston, and many of the graduates own fine restaurants in the area.