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Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson

158 Montgomery St, Newburgh, NY 12550-3637
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Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson, is a graceful Queen Anne Victorian, located in the beautiful historic district of Newburgh, New York. Built in 1870, it is situated on a hill above the Hudson with panoramic river views. We are 55 miles from Manhattan and accessible by public transportation via MetroNorth to Beacon. Our five comfortable guest rooms are air-conditioned in season and furnished with antiques and luxurious linens.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Non-smoking hotel
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arozin82 wrote a review Jun. 2018
New York City, New York1 contribution2 helpful votes
Truly horrible. The house is disgusting, dirty, sticky and covered in cobwebs. The owners are not there and really don’t care about this place and are not there. It was so gross. We couldn’t wait to get out of there. Yuck!
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Christina M wrote a review Nov. 2017
Setauket, New York632 contributions128 helpful votes
The photos depict a charming historic home on the water. Upon our arrival we were met with a rundown inn in need of major renovations. The excellent Trip Advisor decal on the inner vestibule was dated 2015 so I was hopeful that the interior was in better condition. The reality is that not only was this place a "gem in the raw" but it was filthy. The windowsills were black with soot, the bathroom was dirty, the carpets stained, the screened in porch affording a view of the water was, not only dirty, but a safety hazard as the cable for the TV was in plain sight and stuck out of the window which had to remain open to accommodate the shoddy installation. The Inn keeper, Mike, was very helpful and prepared a good breakfast of muffins, eggs, and fresh fruit. But the peeling wallpaper, water-stained ceilings, cracked tiles and filthy floors can't negate the simple fact that we were deceived into believing we would be spending time in a beautiful old home. To be fair, the bed linens were clean and fresh and the mattress firm. However, booking the most expensive room with a view was a total waste of our money.
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Date of stay: May 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Joyce K wrote a review Aug. 2017
Neptune, New Jersey32 contributions19 helpful votes
We stayed here with another couple for 2 nights while we were in the area visiting West Point and Hyde Park. The location in the historic district of Newburgh and the views of the Hudson River were great. However, the building and furnishings need major renovation. The portable air conditioning units were duct taped to the windows where they were vented but didn't hold so insects came into the room. The bathrooms need major work. The dark wood winding staircase needs to have better lighting because you could easily fall down carrying luggage. There are ceiling stains from multiple leaks. Wallpaper is peeling off of many walls. The caretaker Mike was wonderful. He prepared two delicious breakfasts for us. He was very attentive to our needs and requests. We told him our pillows were very hard and uncomfortable and immediately provided new ones for the second night. This Victorian home could be restored beautifully but it would most likely cost upwards of $150-200K. I would probably not recommend this place unless it gets serious rehab. It's costly for what you get.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Karen B wrote a review Jul. 2017
Montgomery Village, Maryland7 contributions4 helpful votes
We were shocked at the condition of this property given the price we paid ($175 a night), The carpets were old and filthy, there were cobwebs on the furniture, and the whole place was shabby and in general disrepair. One example: the inside of our glass-paned bedroom door someone had pinned up some quilt scraps for privacy, but the fabric had large stains on it. The back rooms all have views of the beautiful Hudson River but that view was partially blocked, at least in the room we stayed in (called “Bridge View”), by a window air conditioner, unnecessary curtains hung on a flimsy tension rod, and dirty windows. Some of the other bedrooms had prettier, unobstructed views so if a view is important to you consider that when selecting a room here. The best thing about this place is the sole employee, Mike, who lives on the premises and is apparently responsible for doing everything including greeting guests, cleaning the rooms, cooking breakfast, and fixing/maintaining the property. Mike is a hardworking guy and he served a delicious breakfast, but this is just WAY too much for one person to do. The owners don’t identify themselves on the website or in the “welcome” and “thank you” pre- and post-stay emails I received (the signature line was simply the address of the B&B), which I think is telling. The owners really should spend some time living in their property and seeing it from the perspective of their guests. Or lower their prices so that guests are not misled about what they are getting when they make a reservation to stay here. Bottom line – the house looks nice from the outside but don’t expect luxury accommodations inside.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
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newyorklady2014 wrote a review Jul. 2017
Brooklyn, New York3 contributions4 helpful votes
This B&B is in a fabulous old house on an historic street of beautiful houses. The rooms are quaint and authentic, many with a stunning view of the grand Hudson River. The caretaker is dedicated to guests' comfort, and cooks a generous, delicious big breakfast to order. An amazing deal for the price!!
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: choose rooms with porches overlooking the river
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson
Which popular attractions are close to Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson?
Nearby attractions include Pride of the Hudson (0.5 km), Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site (0.3 km), and Downing Film Center (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson?
Conveniently located restaurants include Blu Pointe, Captain Jake's, and Billy Joes Ribworks.
Is Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 km away from the centre of Newburgh.
Are there any historical sites close to Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site (0.3 km), New Windsor Cantonment (6.2 km), and Madam Brett Homestead (3.4 km).