À propos de ce logement
Located on the quiet main street of the historic Hudson River village of Coxsackie, NY, Room 4 offers spectacular views of the river, a queen bed, full kitchen, lounge/dining area, private bathroom with shower, a flat screen TV with Roku, WiFi, and AC/Heat. Your room is steps away from the gorgeous Riverside Park. Stroll along the edge of the Hudson and watch the tug boats, river tides, and birds go about their lives.
Coxsackie is a small, historic Hudson River village. The 1800s Italianate brick storefront buildings all along the village's main street have been well preserved. You will be staying in one of them! Original wide plank pine floors warm up the room, and the view of the river is the main attraction.
Accès des voyageurs
You will have this loft-like guest suite all to yourself. A coded entry lock allows you to come and go as you please without needing to check-in with me in person.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I live in the storefront building two doors down, so I am always close by to offer help or suggestions. Your privacy and personal enjoyment are important to me, so you won't see me unless you want to! Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you need anything at all.
Coxsackie is a very small, quaint riverfront village perched on the Western banks of the Hudson River. There is one (tasty) restaurant in town, located in the next building over: The Downtown Bistro. And a newly opened breakfast and lunch spot right at the end of Reed Street, The Maté Factor. Just up the hill on 9W, we have more restaurants, a pub, and a diner. The towns of Athens (with the award winning Crossroads Brewery), Catskill, and Hudson are short 10-20 minute drives away with more great restaurants, bars, shopping, antiques. The surrounding area offers as many farms, orchards, and hikes as you could hope for.
The Hudson Amtrak station in Hudson, NY, is the nearest train station. There are several taxi services or car rental options there. Hudson is a 20 minute drive across the Rip Van Winkle Bridge from Coxsackie. We are a 2.5 hour drive north of NYC and 30 minutes south of Albany, NY. The area does not offer much in the way of public transportation, so if you want to explore the surroundings, a car is recommended. Or just have a quiet, restful retreat in-town- no car needed!
There is plentiful on-street parking right across the street.
The lower two floors of the building are offices, so it will be very quiet in the stairwell on the weekends. Next door, are two residential apartments, so it is appreciated if quiet hours are observed after 10pm- meaning no crazy rock bands or amplified DJs :). Normal-volume chatting, TV, or music are just fine.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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I moved here from Brooklyn in 2015 after buying a set of 1850s brick storefront buildings located in the historic river town of Coxsackie, NY. I have been renovating ever since (haha). The guestrooms were added by the previous owner, so after some minor repairs and refreshing, I have 4 lovely guestrooms waiting to host your visit to the upstate! Also in the works, a General Store and coffee counter located in the bottom storefront space of 45 Reed. Mansion + Reed General Store coming Fall 2016. Stay tuned. There is currently nowhere in town to get a cup of coffee, milk, eggs, or a scented candle. Fixing that!
More about Coxsackie: Coxsackie was once home to brick foundries and ice houses (harvesting ice from the Hudson River to ship to NYC). If you take a walk in the riverside park, you will find lots of weathered bricks and some flint rock that the area is known for. The town has not quite hit its stride after the past decades' downturns. You will still see some boarded up windows along with lovingly restored houses and buildings. But as has happened on the East side of the river in Hudson, NY, people are starting to appreciate the historic character and close connection to nature that the Hudson Valley offers. Come and visit us, discover this charming village, and explore the beauty of the river, the nearby Catskill mountains, and other nearby Hudson river towns.