I am a native New Yorker hence the title of the review appropriately describes the accommodations for me as it is very difficult to find in New York City.
I had the pleasure of staying in the left wing of the Poor House accommodations which had it's private living room with fireplace. This was my third or forth time in this part of the Poor House establishment. I have been staying here many times over the past 3 to 4 years and keep coming back every year for the tranqulity that this place provides. The furnishing is quintessentially country chic with a mordern twist and ecclectic pieces that you can see has been collected from around the world. One can see alot of the former integrity of the original Poor House was keep in tact with modern applications that lends to the ecclectis feel of that entire accomodations.
It takes a very discerning eye to look at the collective, total picture that makes up the Poor House Farm BnB which was built in the 1800"s and is still standing. With a time consuming over-haul to the buliding that is costly and fraught with a structure of it age. It is amazing to see that transformation that has taken place and continues to happen every time I visit. In a age of modernity where only NEW matters it is heart warming to see the past being up-held and brought back to life.
If you forget the past you have no furture.
To those who only see and old buliding with flaws a self eximination is needed as the building is far older than they are asn will be there when they are not.
I do plan on visiting 3 or 4 times as the year progresses to revitalize and rejuvenate which the Poor House seem to convey. I have been all around the world from Bangkok, Tokyo and Hong Kong to Istanbul, Cairo and the Caribbean. The Poor House has offered me that same tranquility that I have found in these places and is highly reccommended.