À propos de ce logement
Welcome to "Church Des Artistes"! We have converted an 1800's church hall into a unique home/studio dwelling with high ceilings, farm kitchen great for family and friends gatherings and large enough for many chefs to bump elbows.
The entire church living space is now available for booking your family & friend reunions -!
We are an artist and composer who have lived and worked in our circa 1860 church for 20 years, our children have grown and we are ready to travel.
The chapel has a 'great room' with soaring 24" ceilings, a balcony, a Steinway grand piano, comfortable chairs and couches to relax in and turbospeed wireless broadband signal throughout the building.
There are four beautiful bedrooms which sleep up to 10 people, each bedroom has armoires, desks and settees for retreat and rest, three of the bedrooms are upstairs and one is on the first floor.
The three full bathrooms are all on the first floor, two have claw-foot tubs, one a huge soaker and the other has a gloriously high pressure shower as does our third tub which also has jacuzzi jets.
The kitchen is the original church kitchen boasting a 8 burner cast iron stove, antique pine cupboards, a large farm table that will seat ten, or the harvest table in the great room seats 10. There are 2 sinks, plenty of chopping work tables, a collection of pots and pans for cooking. We provide dishes, cutlery and glassware.
When the weather is fine we recommend eating outside in our private courtyard garden, there are farm tables and chairs available for dinning outside.
The Church is located in the Historic Rondout area in Kingston NY. and is close to the Rondout river and the Hudson river.
There are restaurants, cafes, galleries, antique shops, marinas just down the hill from us. Kingston abounds with history. Kingston's farmers market runs every Saturday and Tuesday from May through September hosting many of our local farmers and fresh organic produce can be found at our local CSA Monday Wednesday and Friday.
The uptown Stockade district was burned by the indigenous Esopus tribe of Lenape Indians in a war with the colonialist New Netherlanders and later British soldiers in 1777. Kingston became the first capital of New York State in 1777 and is still a very happening and beautiful place to explore both the history of the state and a vibrant contemporary arts scene hosting numerous musical and arts events like the O+ festival and "First Saturdays" Art openings", The Kingston International Festival of the Arts, and great new restaurants and pubs sprouting up each season.
We provide towels and linens, we also provide separate towels for trips to nearby lakes and swimming holes. The washer and dryer are available for use.
PLEASE NOTE: The required Ulster County 2% tax and the 8% NY State tax is not handled by Airbnb and we will need to collect taxes due upon arrival.
Accès des voyageurs
Full access to our church kitchen, fantastic for chefs with an 8 burner gas range and outdoor bbq. Also use of the Great Hall and all 4 bathrooms.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
When you book the entire space we hand you the keys @ check in and leave for the duration.
We are a non smoking home. Smoking is permitted in the garden. Check in is 4PM and check out is 11AM.
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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Julie is an artist, poet and amazing listener and creator of beautiful spaces. Peter is a composer, Pianist, Radio Show host, community activist, passionate about food and music and people. "Church Des Artistes" is what they call their home/guesthouse and has become a haven for folks wanting to relax in beauty and simplicity.