We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Our stay at the Storm King Lodge was splendid. The host Hal was an awesome and interesting gentleman. It's not often that your host is a retiree from from the Metropolitan Opera!
The main building where we stayed is spacious and intriguing. The wood architecture...More
Storm King Lodge is the perfect place to stay when visiting Storm King Art center as we did this past May. It is a restored Dutch barn, expansive in space and spirit. It is clean and comfortable without being fussy. There are no crochet doilies...More
I don’t normally write reviews but because of our wonderful stay I feel compelled to tell audiences how much of a GEM this place is! We stayed one night in the Peach Room (we did a Mother & daughter weekend trip), our room was decorated...More
We stayed at the Storm King Lodge for memorial day weekend and had a lovely stay with Hal and his wife. The property was truly beautiful, though unfortunately it was too warm to use the fireplace and too cool for the pool, so we'll have...More
Around the corner from Storm King Art Center in gorgeous rolling farmland the Storm King Lodge is a converted historic barn. Casual, warm, quiet, comfortable with elegant touches in the high ceiling beamed great room with big couches, long dining table, huge windows and grand...More
Response from roguepetunia | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the house has wifi. Other connection options: AT&T cellular is low to non-existent in the area. My ipad's AT&T cellular connection was non-existent and I could not use the ipad on AT&T cellular. Verizon cellular... More
Yes, the house has wifi. Other connection options: AT&T cellular is low to non-existent in the area. My ipad's AT&T cellular connection was non-existent and I could not use the ipad on AT&T cellular. Verizon cellular was better, but not great.