I recently stayed at the Costello's Guest House while on a semi business trip. It's a wonderful old home. Very clean, quiet and just a short walk from the Hudson river. The walks in the morning were pleasant and a nice way to relax. The home is located in a very safe family neighborhood so feel free to explore a bit. The home owner, Patsy is as sweet as can be. She was very hospitable and also helpful providing information on the Hudson Valley area. She is a life long resident. Staying in someone's home is a different experience. This was new to me but I'm glad I did. By the way, the home is set up in such a way that you have complete privacy upstairs. After a while it felt like I was at home. Pretty good when you are traveling. One note: There is a television downstairs but not in the rooms. The cost is very reasonable. Next time try something different. You will not be disappointed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the historic district of the village, built about 1850. Two comfortable guest rooms. Reasonable rates and 20% discount on 5 nights or more. Close to Roosevelt Library & Home and F. W. Vanderbilt historic sites, Culinary Inst. Of America, Marist, Vassar, Bard, and SUNY New Paltz Colleges, and Omega Institute. No meals served, however, close to several restaurants. Shared bath; den with refrigerator. Wireless internet. NYS Licensed Massage Therapist on site by appointment. Owner is a native Hyde Parker, living in this home all her life. Willing to share local history with guests. As a teenager she knew Eleanor Roosevelt. Friendly atmosphere. Rates: Between $65 and $95 depending upon room and season. 20% Discount offered on five nights or more. ... more less