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1850 House Inn & Tavern
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Reviewed December 3, 2013

The owners have done a nice restoration job of this old hotel. While it is modern in every sense (flat screen TV, wine cooler, coffee and tea round-the-clock, capacious sitting room), the historic remains. Wide pine floor boards, old local photos and an appealing view of the Roundout make the 1850 House a lovely home away from home. The tavern is open after 4 PM. Service is gracious and welcoming. There is plenty of off street parking. We stayed three days over the Thanksgiving weekend and will surely stay there again.

  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled as a couple
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Michael R, Owner at 1850 House Inn & Tavern, responded to this reviewResponded June 24, 2015

Thanks so much for the review, David!

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Reviewed December 1, 2013

This was our second "weekend" away and now we know where we will be returning again and again. You see we always say we are going to "come back" for another weekend but never do. This time we did go back for our second weekend and already booked our third. We have come to enjoy the location and atmosphere of the 1850 House. The owners and staff made each stay exceptional and comforting from the morning breakfast to the evening spirits and conversations. The room was beautiful and clean and inviting and quite peaceful. Something to look forward to again and again. Kudos!

Room Tip: So far both rooms we have stayed in have been the same; quite, clean and inviting.
  • Stayed: December 2013, traveled as a couple
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Michael R, Owner at 1850 House Inn & Tavern, responded to this reviewResponded June 24, 2015

Thanks for leaving a review, Stacey. Always a pleasure having you here. Looking forward to seeing you again in July!

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Reviewed November 7, 2013

Nice hotel with friendly helpful owners, much preferable to staying in a chain. We visited several places of interest nearby, including Olana, Dia:Beacon, Storm King, Woodstock and Minnewaska State Park. We also did some cycling -- we headed over the ridge to 6A and the climb to Mohonk, and had 1600 vertical feet of ascent in the first eight miles. The roads are quiet and beautiful, as long as you stay off a couple of busy thoroughfares. Highly recommended.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Michael R, Owner at 1850 House Inn & Tavern, responded to this reviewResponded June 25, 2015

Thanks for highly recommending us in your review, Paul!

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Reviewed October 27, 2013

The foundation has been established, the time has arrived. The words are written, the ring is in hand. In your mind, you envision how it’s going to happen — moment by precious moment. Yet, the question lingers: Where to actually stay when you’re going to ask the person you love to spend the rest of your life with you? The 1850 House Inn & Tavern wasn’t simply “great” or “awesome” or any of those colorful descriptors — it was the “perfect” setting to begin the next chapter of our life journey.

Due to the time of year (i.e., the height of the foliage season in Ulster County), the question of “where” went unanswered for up to one week before the main event. With one room vacant (a suite, nonetheless!), Amy (innkeeper) and Mike (owner) were beyond accommodating, taking hospitality to the next level. Champagne, flowers, and, wouldn’t you know it — Mike chauffeured us up to the trestle that now serves as part of the Rail Trail for a gorgeous morning view over the Roundout before we set out on our big day. And attention all foodies — please take note: Breakfast was homemade, satisfying, and DELICIOUS!

And the inn itself? Full of that mid-1800s charm and character — the sense of antiquity and the historical element were well-preserved through the artifacts from the building’s history that adorned every room in the common area. Our suite was a charming and incredibly comfortable combination of old and new — if it was a bad-weather weekend, we would have been perfectly happy just hanging out in the room…and most likely downstairs in the beautifully preserved tavern (that had some great local craft beers on tap!). An after-hours drink with the owner and innkeeper made our stay all the more intimate and “homey”, which showed their interest in getting to know their guests on a more personal level.

Avid outdoors people that we are, this engagement could only happen at the location of our first hike (five years earlier) out on the Millbrook Range. So to make the day even more memorable, I purchased the “Picnic In The Park” package — Amy had a fully-loaded picnic backpack ready for me in the morning (which I surreptitiously hid in my car!) and we went on our merry way. After our assent to the top of the mountain, words were said and tears were shed. And when all was said and done, the perfect day became part of a priceless chapter in our life story.

Needless to say, the weekend could never have been what it was had it not been for the care, attention, and hospitality that Mike and Amy provided. Their personable, approachable warmth and kindness were felt, as was their willingness to support my efforts to “make it all happen”. In an ocean of mediocre B&Bs, our experience in Rosendale on that momentous weekend set a new precedent for us. Now that the 1850 House is part of our life story, we look forward to many more happy returns — not necessarily to repeat history, but to make new memories that write new chapters in our life book.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 25, 2013

My husband, son and I had a few days away in the Hudson River Valley and spent two nights at The 1850 House. It was a lovely experience. The Hotel has been beautifully renovated with both flair and affection. Everywhere is clean, neat and tidy. The bathroom was well equipped and we had a refrigerator in our room which was very useful. The staff were all friendly, polite and helpful. Breakfast was delicious and well presented. The bar and lounge is warm and friendly and there are board games for anyone who's interested. If we're ever in the area again we would certainly stay at The 1850 House and have no hesitation in recommending it.

Room Tip: Our room overlooked the main street and traffic could be a little noisy at night. However, this in no way spoilt our stay.
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Jan G
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