The Stockbridge Ramsdell House
Bed and Breakfast
The Stockbridge Ramsdell House on Hudson, a graceful Queen Anne Victorian, is located in the beautiful historic district of Newburgh, New York. It was built in 1870 as the family home of Homer Stockbridge Ramsdell, who was president of the Erie Railroad and instrumental in bringing the railroad to Newburgh. It is situated on a hill above the Hudson River with panoramic river views.
We are approximately 55 miles from Manhattan and accessible by public transportation via Metro North to Beacon. From the Beacon train station you can take a ferry (weekdays) or taxi to Newburgh.
We offer warm hospitality in an easygoing, unpretentious atmosphere. Our goal is for everyone to feel at home in our home. Our five comfortable guest rooms have room air conditioners in season and are furnished with antiques and appealing linens. All rooms include cable TV with VCR, clock radio, and hair dryer. Two of our rooms have working wood burning fireplaces and two have porches overlooking the river. Room rates range from $95 to $175/night, double occupancy, depending on the season and day(s) of the week. Several of the rooms can accommodate more than two guests for an additional charge of $25/night for an adult and $15/night for a child aged 3-17.
Your stay will include a full breakfast with fruit and juice, homemade baked goods, and hot entrée with side dishes. Coffee and tea are available early in the morning and at all times upon request. In season, breakfast is served on our cheerful sun porch overlooking the Hudson River. In colder weather enjoy breakfast in our formal dining room. The common area also includes a parlor with fireplace and game table.
We are within walking distance of the Newburgh marina which features a variety of restaurants, two spas, and independent movie theater. Tour boats also leave from the marina. We are minutes away from Washington’s Headquarters, Storm King Art Center, West Point, and Dia Beacon. The area also offers antiquing, hiking, shopping at Woodbury Common, historic Hudson River mansions, wineries, farm stands, and orchards. There are many festivals and cultural events throughout the year.
Children are welcome at the Stockbridge Ramsdell House. We cannot accommodate pets. Smoking permitted in outside areas only.
Wireless Internet Available.