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.
We hoped for a first-class experience, judging from the many rave reviews. But from beginning to end this place was underwhelming. Starting from the first interaction with Hal (described by one reviewer as "multi-talented, generous, entertaining") whom we also found somewhat creepy, moving to the...More
Granted it was during the week but there were no other guests, no one to greet us and overall found the experience to be somewhat creepy. Breakfast was haphazard, including making your own coffee. While close to Storm King Art Center, which is amazing, I...More
My husband and I had never stayed in a B & B before last weekend. We were attending a class reunion and celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary, so we decided to try something different. Wow! The Storm King Lodge offered us a unique opportunity to...More
We spent a night at Storm King and enjoyed it immensely. Very interesting refurbished barn (at one time). There were four rooms in the main house and then an unattached cottage. Our room was pleasant, comfortable with a good view. The location is convenient to...More
Only a mile-and-a-quarter from Storm King Art Center, a must-see for anyone visiting the area, The Storm King Lodge offers an understated elegance, an unexpected quiescent and peaceful solitude, and delightful details and conveniences not typically found on the B&B circuit. Best, however, is Hal,...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.