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ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast

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4496 U.S. Route 209, Stone Ridge, NY 12484
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1770 brick colonial nestled in Rondout Valley, between the beautiful Shawangunk Ridge and the Catskill Mountains, featuring 5 unique guest rooms, with private baths and fireplaces throughout. We have preserved the historic features, including the original wide plank floors, while providing you with the best in modern hospitality. In addition to our main house, we offer families and guests with pets, the option of staying in our cozy private carriage house featuring 2 bedrooms and loft area with a full kitchen, living room and outside patio area.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Banquet room
Non-smoking hotel
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Public wifi
Internet
Breakfast available
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My girlfriend and I stayed at the ElmRock over the first weekend of November and very much enjoyed it. The accommodations were clean, comfortable, and had a little something extra special. Mark, the chef and proprietor, cooked a fabulous breakfast that we shared at the dining table with the other guests. Everyone was friendly and conversational. Mark then checked in on us personally, asked about our plans, and gave us tips for hikes in the region. We went to both places be recommended and will most likely return to the area again! We would definitely recommend the ElmRock to anyone seeking a charming, classy, and cozy stay with a personal touch.
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I stayed here once before in the Carriage House with my little dog. This year I was in the main house. Chef Mark creates a wonderful breakfast and has great hiking tips! I needed to walk off that breakfast! I enjoyed the peak fall colors.
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Our first visit to this area was in August and we stayed at an Airbnb with our two sons. This time we were only going to have one of them with us, so we chose to stay at ElmRock in in the Carriage House. It was absolutely perfect for us, and we had a wonderful time. Mark has re-defined the meaning of breakfast, and I can say with all honesty it was the best breakfast we have ever had staying at any of the many B&Bs and inns we have stayed in. Every morning was different, and every breakfast was amazing. He gave us wonderful tips too on restaurants and sightseeing in the area every morning. He was truly an excellent host. The Carriage House was roomy, bright, nicely decorated, and there was great water pressure in the shower (and there is now a ceiling in the bathroom). There was a keurig maker and mini fridge, sofa, and large TV (which we never used as we were always out). Great soft, fluffy towels. Yes, per other reviews, you could hear road traffic from 209, but we always travel with earplugs and a small wireless speaker to stream music or white noise whenever we travel anywhere. We all concurred we will absolutely look forward to staying here again. The main house where we had breakfast was beautiful, and when we checked in we asked about a bonfire, and Mark showed us where the wood and kindling was and we set that up under the adirondack chairs while there was daylight, and made a fire our last night. The location is perfect, we hiked around Lake Minnewaska, spent the day at Mohonk, drove up to the Catskills for a day, and spent our last day in Kingston. So many great cideries, restaurants, and the scenery was beautiful ... it is an area I know we will want to revisit. Coming back to delicious sweet homemade treats every day was a great thing to look forward to. Thanks so much to Mark and everyone at ElmRock for such a nice stay!
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This historic home has been beautifully restored -- keeping some of its original history, but also updating some things for the comfort of guests. Our room was lovely and comfortable, the breakfast was fantastic, and our host told us about the history of the house and gave us several suggestions for activities in the area. If we lived in the area, we would definitely visit again!
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The pros: The Inn is quaint, charming, and has a large dining room where breakfast is served at 9:00 am every morning. The two-course meal is excellent and was probably the best part of our stay. In the afternoon some snacks and treats were left in our room, those were also very good. We stayed in the Iris, a good-sized room with a couch, a tall king size bed that requires a stool to get into, and a large private bathroom. The cons: We left NYC looking forward to spending a quiet and relaxing weekend in the countryside far away from city traffic, so we were thrilled that the location looked a bit remote, a good 25-minute drive from New Paltz on a winding road. Unfortunately, the Inn is actually located right on US 209 which had a constant passage of fast driving cars all day and, regrettably, also all night long. The windows of our room were literally just a few steps away from the road and they failed to provide decent sound insulation. We had to sleep with earplugs that anyway didn’t completely block out the noise. The first night, the innkeeper accidentally left a very loud compressor running in the kitchen under our room. It ran intermittently throughout the night, every 15-20 minutes. The room vibrated! We got almost no sleep that night. The second night, the compressor was off which of course was better although the previously mentioned noise of the cars was still a nuisance. Our experience is based on staying in the Iris room. Other rooms not facing the road might be quieter. New windows with better sound insulation would have made a huge difference for us.
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$165 - $248 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesNew YorkStone Ridge
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Woodstock Farm Sanctuary (1.6 miles), Kelder's Farm (4.3 miles), and Wired Gallery (3.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Egg's Nest Saloon, Kitchenette, and Mohonk Mountain House Restaurant.
Does ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to ElmRock Inn Bed and Breakfast?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Historic Huguenot Street (7.3 miles).