My wife and I stayed here for two nights in connection with a family visit in Bedford. With fewer than ten rooms, the Inn offers an intimate setting for visitors. Our room was nicely furnished, with excellent views of the property and the nearby woods. Prospective visitors will need to be aware that nightly rates here are comparable to rates of better-quality Manhattan hotels, which can be expected given the average income of the surrounding community.
Beautiful room with luxury bath and fireplace. Breakfast in room every morning, afternoon hour with great wine and charcuterie. Morning paper, beautiful patio and grounds. Yoga loft with complimentary yoga.
If you're thinking of planning a wedding or event here, I strongly encourage you to reconsider. The past several months I was attempting to plan a wedding here and experienced red flags from the very beginning. Anna, the event coordinator, was difficult to get a hold of -- taking several days at a time to return a phone call or an e-mail. Still, I was willing to put that aside since the property was so beautiful and exactly what I was picturing for my wedding day. Anna finally presented me with a contract to reserve the Farmhouse restaurant and patio. There would be a $2,500 site fee and a $16,000 food and beverage minimum. Everything was all set. I was ready to move forward. I scheduled a meeting with Anna and the GM - Peter - to hand in the contract. It was at this meeting that there was suddenly a twist in the plot. Now, they were going to require me to reserve every room at the Inn - for 2 nights nonetheless - in order to have my wedding there. The rooms go for up to $925/night. This was going to change the cost of the wedding drastically. The rooms are worth nowhere near $900/night. Neither Peter nor Anna could produce an explanation as to how this "requirement" was left out of all previous discussions. In fact, Anna had previously produced totally contradictory information on room requirements. Instead of being apologetic, Anna became defensive, rude and illogical. I find it difficult to convey in this review just how unprofessional she actually is. This establishment is now refusing to honor the contract they had previously laid out in writing. The only concession they will make is requiring me to reserve 4 of the hotel rooms - instead of 8 rooms- at $925/night. Some concession... I am so disappointed with this establishment and I will encourage everyone I know to never attend a dinner here - let alone plan an event.…
Wonderful experience at Bedford Post. This was my second time staying there. Well-appointed room, nice welcome and turn-down treats, aperitif hour. We were invited to join in a West African drumming session by the pool before dinner. Croquet, cornhole outside. Very pretty. Feels like another world yet still close to NYC. Will return.
Lovely setting. Staff very accommodating as four of us were meeting two old friends and we were seated in our own little area. Food was good but not as good as the high price reflected. Servers were helpful.