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Buck's Homestead B&B

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364 Goodwill Rd, Montgomery, NY 12549-2539
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#2 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Montgomery
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Accommodations in my 1830's farmhouse in a country setting near the Village of Montgomery, NY in the Orange County area of the Hudson Valley. 3 rooms: one queen-en-suite, 1 queen, 1 with two twins, all have private baths. A/C, Wi-fi, TV/DVD, coffee maker, refrigerator, eat in screened porch in nice weather. On-line reservations. Delicious breakfasts by former cooking teacher. I am open all year. Two night minimum stay.
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Alec S wrote a review Jul. 2019
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Comfortable rooms, friendly hospitality, delicious breakfast and a refreshing pool available for dipping in the summer. We felt very relaxed and well cared for staying here. Would definitely recommend!
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Responded Jul. 22, 2019
Thanks, glad you enjoyed your stay!, Joan
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hedieas63 wrote a review Jun. 2016
Dix Hills, New York1 contribution1 helpful vote
My husband and I last minute decided to take a mini vacation to Montgomery NY. Last minute we booked our stay at Buck's Homestead B&B. We had never experienced staying at a B&B and Miss Joan made this experience wonderful. We were warmly greeted by her and her cats and delicious cookies.Her house is very clean with a lot of history everywhere you look.Our bathroom was equipped with all the needed necessities. We would get up every morning to the smell of a breakfast that you'd die for🙂. She was really helpful in being a tour guide. We will definitely visit her again.
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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equinesandcanines wrote a review Dec. 2015
Alfred, NY2 contributions
My son's high school soccer team advanced to the New York State semifinals this year, held in Middletown, NY. It was a very long, somewhat hectic season. Of course, I did not know if the team would win their semifinal game on Saturday to require staying over until Sunday, but I made the decision that we would stay until Sunday regardless, and see Washington's headquarters (in a nearby town) on Sunday if the team did not win. Not having been to Middletown before, I did not want to stay in a hotel in a commercial area as I do not find that setting to be very relaxing, and I had some continuing education work do online that weekend as well. In my search for a bed and breakfast inn, I came across Buck's homestead, and since we live in a rural area, it seemed like it would be a home away from home. From the time I made the online reservation, to beyond the time we left on Sunday, everything was perfect. Joan sent a confirmation email after receiving the online reservation, and asked if we had any dietary restrictions or preferences. I told her that if my son would be staying with me Saturday night, he does not eat eggs. I hoped that that fact would be remembered (and it was!) Joan gave me a warm welcome, and gave a tour of the house and amenities not in the room, such as the coffee machine, and the refrigerator (I would have never found that on my own.) Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and water were available around the clock. There was a good supply of large towels, and fluffy bathrobes were available in the room. There were books to read, DVDs to watch, and games available to play. Information about the surrounding area was available, and Joan provided additional instructions for other places. My breakfast Saturday morning was fabulous- fruit and yogurt parfait, grapefruit, eggs benedict over toast, ham, and asparagus, as well as orange juice, teas, coffees, etc. It was a very easy drive, with great directions from Joan, to get to the location of my son's soccer game. The boys lost the game, and, of course, my son was disappointed. We headed back to the inn right after the game, and it was a warm and inviting atmosphere in which my son could relax and unwind, and get a new perspective on the loss. Thinking only of making arrangements for the games that weekend with warm clothing suited to sitting out in the cold, I had forgotten to pack less casual clothing for dining Saturday evening. With Joan's help, we were able to select a perfect choice for a restaurant, again with good directions on how to get there. By the time our meal was over, my son was able to put the game loss in perspective, and we began to look toward our excursion for Sunday. I looked online, and found that Washington's headquarters was closed until spring. Joan suggested, and then provided driving directions to get to West Point as an alternative. After another great breakfast (pineapple, yogurt parfait, French toast, bacon, assortment of syrups, and teas) we said goodbye to Joan, and were able to really complete our weekend with a tour of West Point. I cannot say enough as to how wonderful the lodgings and hospitality are at Buck's Homestead. We have stayed at numerous bed and breakfast inns, and this one combined the very best of all of the others. We will be returning in the spring to see Washington's headquarters, as well as the Purple Heart museum, and, of course will be staying at Buck's Homestead.
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Date of stay: November 2015
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: 2 guest rooms share a bath, one has an ensuite bathroom.
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DianeDiane wrote a review Nov. 2015
New York1150 contributions92 helpful votes
I will just give the pros and cons and you can make up your own mind. Pros - The area is lovely. The property itself is across from a farm and is also lovely. Great to be in an historic 1800s home run by Joan, the friendly host. Elaborate 3 course breakfasts. Keurig coffee and tea maker in the room (ours didn't work) and in the hallway (did work and we used it). Cons - We stayed for two nights. After our first night we left for the day at about 10AM. We returned at about 5:00PM to find our room hadn't been touched. I mean everything was as we had left it when we headed out that morning: Bed still unmade, trash still there, used coffee cups still where they had been. IOW - No one had come in to at least tidy up. We didn't necessarily expect fresh sheets, but NOTHING done? Also - There was a door was in our room with a sign "Private". We guessed the other side was Joan's private residence. When we came back on that same afternoon she must have been hosting a group party. We could hear everything. It felt like the people were in our room with us. Tough to relax after a long day. Luckily it didn't last beyond 7PM.
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Date of stay: October 2015
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Jennifer M wrote a review Oct. 2015
Beachwood, New Jersey8 contributions4 helpful votes
If you're looking for a B&B to make you feel right at home, Buck's Homestead is the place for you! The owner, Joan, greets you at the door with hospitality, a list of local restaurants and things to do, and the most adorable little cat ever! The rooms were clean, cozy and warm, as was the bathroom. There's also a little sitting library that's stocked with books and wine glasses for us BYOBers and a Keurig coffee maker. Joan's breakfasts are not to be missed, and upon checkout, she even gave us a little booklet with her breakfast recipes! It was these little touches that make Buck's Homestead a not-to-be-missed experience! Also a plus, it's only a 2 minute drive to downtown Montgomery and pretty centrally located for drives to New Paltz or up to do some hiking in Cragsmoor!
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Date of stay: October 2015
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US$168 - US$172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Buck's Homestead B&B
Which popular attractions are close to Buck's Homestead B&B?
Nearby attractions include Thomas Bull Memorial Park (3.4 km), Orange County Arboretum (5.3 km), and Copperfields Pub (1.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Buck's Homestead B&B?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Buck's Homestead B&B?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Buck's Homestead B&B?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Buck's Homestead B&B?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ward's Bridge Inn, Wildfire Grill, and The Main Line Diner & Pizza Co.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Buck's Homestead B&B?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Buck's Homestead B&B?
Many travellers enjoy visiting New Windsor Cantonment (14.4 km) and The Bull Stone House (10.1 km).