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Reviewed April 10, 2012

We had such a pleasant stay at the Storm King Lodge. It was right off the highway but seemed like miles off the beaten path. Its location was central to the Newburgh Waterfront, Storm King, Beacon, and Woodbury Commons, enabling us to cover a lot of ground on our day off. It took less than an hour from NJ and was under $200.

The host was gracious and very friendly, and cooked us a delicious breakfast. We will definitely return when it gets warmer so we can check out that beautiful pool!

  • Stayed: April 2012
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1  Thank unionwear
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Reviewed April 7, 2012

We stayed here for Columbus weekend October 2011. I highly recommend this place if you like the following: small cramped rooms (owner likes to cite the views: few if any rooms have views of anything). One special extra not mentioned on website is that your room will get infested by the garden's bugs as ours did (one couple had as many as 100+ such bugs on the floor and in the bed and had to depart early: the couple paid and fled). The owner gladly vacuumed up the bugs for us and then charged us full price for the privilege of his fine accommodations. Also if you like being shoehorned and cajoled by insincere Midwestern charm and waiting endlessly for homemade breakfast while aforementioned owner bullies ("trains") his inexperienced staff then this is your kind of B&B. Otherwise, take your hard-earned elsewhere and enjoy your time near Storm King.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 12, 2011

My mother is handicapped, and it's not easy to find a B&B with a first floor room with twin beds. Thus, we could not stay in one of the larger, nicer rooms at Storm King Lodge. Our room was tiny, there was barely enough space to put our suitcases, and the closet was behind the door out, and doubled as a storage closet. And the $180 (tax included) per night did seem a bit excessive. That said, the lodge itself is lovely, very old but well kept, as are the grounds. The main area is huge, high ceilinged, and full of interesting objets, with a big fireplace and a porch area that looks out over gorgeous scenery. Hal, our host, was very helpful and generous, especially with breakfast, considering we were the only people there. He made challah french toast just for me, and I also had a lovely fruit plate and good granola. He was also very helpful with directions and recommendations of where to eat and sightsee. Cold Springs, on the east side of the Hudson, was just what we were looking for: quaint, full of interesting shops and restaurants. He is a retired trombonist who used to play with the Metropolitan Opera, and interesting to talk to.

Room Tip: Don't choose the Peach room unless you need first floor with twins. Other rooms looked fine.
  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with family
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Thank Corgipup
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Reviewed November 1, 2011

We LOVED the property and its surrounding tranquility! Hal and Gay were very accommodating, especially considering the SNOWTOBER event!!! Breakfast was very enjoyable and our room with a fireplace was cozy. Loved their dogs!

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank gberry1010
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Reviewed October 27, 2011

We like SKL so much after the first visit we went back for our Anniversary weekend. Hal and Gay are wonderful hosts and went out of their way to make the weekend special. The veranda overlooks the spacious lawn and is a wonderful place to sit with your morning coffee and enjoy the view. The pool was nice but needed skimming. I'm sure if we spoke up and said something they would have jumped on it.

There is lots to do in the area. We highly recommend the Sculpture Garden at the Storm King Art Center. Just over the Hudson River is Dea Beacon with some amazing art exhibitions. The town of Beacon is a great place to walk around and discover a restaurant. Then there's shopping at the Woodbury Commons outlet which is just down the street. From SKL, all of the Hudson Valley is at your fingertips.

The inn is an easy drive from NYC. A weekend getaway at SKL is highly recommended. Enjoy!

Room Tip: We stayed in the Lavendar room for both visits. The shower is a little small but the room is on the corner so there's a nice breeze. Very comfortable.
  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Gsandnyc
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