Cromwell Manor Inn

Address: 174 Angola Road, Cornwall, New York, 12518, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 174 Angola Road, Cornwall, is near Storm King Art Center, West Point Museum, Belleayre Mountain, and New Windsor Cantonment.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Cromwell Manor Inn Cornwall

    The best B&B we have ever been to!!!


    Staying in the Oliver Cromwell Suite at the Cromwell Manor Inn was the most perfect ending to our fairytale wedding. The history, the ambience, the attention to detail, the culinary delight they call breakfast, the extraordinary setting, and the new friends that we made were all part of what made our stay a part of what dreams are made of. Rich (the Inkeeper), and Jack (the Owner) made our stay extra special, making sure that our every need was met. The extra attention to detail is just another way that Cromwell Manor Inn staff makes you feel welcome. Taking our long strolls on the grounds and enjoying the beautiful scenery was something that will always be part of that place in our mind when we go back and remember the most impressionable things that occurred in our lifetime. Yes, it was that impressive! Cromwell Manor Inn, thank you so much for giving us a lifetime of memories.

    Cromwell Inn - Great Place to Stay


    This is a great little bed and breakfast in the Hudson Valley. Our room was great and the Innkeeper, Rich, couldn't be better. He made some great recommendations on what we should see and he makes a MEAN CROISSANT FRENCH TOAST breakfast. Best of all, he has a wonderful collection of ties, which came in handy when my husband forgot his for a formal wedding we were attending! We will be back in Fall!

    The Perfect B&B


    What a wonderful experience! I was looking for something special for my wife to celebrate her birthday and this was perfect. Even before we arrived we were well taken care of as I was looking for a place to hike for a few hours before arriving t the Inn. The Innkeeper didn't list a bunch of options but rather carefully questioned mne as to what experience I was looking for, how long I wanted to hike for, how strenuous, etc. . He picked a perect hike!

    Upon arrival, we were met with fresh chocolate chip cookies and some cold beverages and given a tour of the facilities. Our room was spectacular and quite unique with fireplace, four poster bed and an elaborate batth with shower and old style footed tub for soaking!

    The grounds were no less impressive offering beautiful views and many quiet seating areas to enjoy them from. The large fountain on the patio helped to cool and soothe us as we enjoyed some wine and relaxed bfore dinner.

    The dinner options recommended were many and quite varied and once again, the Innkeepers careful quiestions as to what we were looking for landed us in the perfect outdoor Seafood spot (and table!) along the Hudson!

    After an incredibly comfortable nights sleep, and a leisurely waking, we were treated to a wonderful frenchtoast breakfast with all the trimmings! The perfect finish to the perfect visit!

    Loved the atmosphere!


    My boyfriend and I had such a relaxing stay at Cromwell Manor Inn. Beautiful grounds, casual atmosphere, lovely decor, and the perfect room! Breakfast was simply yummy! We can't wait to go back!

    Very disappointing


    We travelled out of our way, from New England to specifically stay at this beautiful looking bed & breakfast. However, upon our arrival we were bitterly disappointed at both the accomodation itself and attitude of the host. Although he was extremely friendly, I walked past one of the rooms on the ground floor and found him preparing it for a new guest. I was appauled to see him examine a pillow case, find it obviously dirty and instead of changing it, he simply turned it over so the dirty side could not be seen.

    Upon checking into our room (the Sheffield) I found that the bathroom bin had not been emptied from a previous guest (it contained dirty cotton buds and tissues) and the bed was extremely uncomfortable and squeaky. My husband and I had one of the worst nights sleep ever (and we are both sound sleepers).

    Please be aware that this bed and breakfast despite all the awards, accolades and good reviews, simply did not live up to our expectations, and was bitterly dissapointing. We could not wait to check out the following morning & had a much happier night at the basic but comfortable and clean, Holiday Inn at Forth Worth (15 mins down the road). If I could award no stars for this accomodation, I would.

    Fantastic find


    My girlfriend and I just spent a weekend at the Cromwell. It was a last minute trip, and since it was a slow weekend, we found a good deal.

    The house is beautiful, and the owners have taken great steps to keep a very old house in tip top shape. Richard (the manager) is incredibly attentive and goes over and above in accommodating.

    My only complaint (no free rides) is that if you're a late sleeper, do not choose the Wellington room, as it abuts the breakfast area.

    We plan on coming back, probably in the fall.

    Cromwell Manor Inn


    A treasure near West Point, Storm King Art Center, wineries and more. Amiable hosts. Attention to detail.

    A gem in a great location


    This was our third time at Cromwell Manor, and we will be back. I mentioned to the owners the review posted from December, 2005, and those folks visited while they were away on vacation -- unfortunate timing!

    The rooms are spacious and comfortable, all with private bathrooms and many with fireplaces. Only one room has a whirlpool, the others have claw-foot tubs or other facilities. The photos at their website are quite clear what to expect.

    Nearby is West Point, Storm King Art Center, DIA Beacon, and a lot of great dining! Yes, Prima Pizza is pretty good too.

    The property is huge and beautiful, with lots of garden areas to settle in with a good book and a great patio with a fountain.

    I do not recommend this for families with small children, though, as there isn't much for the kids to do except feed Polly the pig.

    Shop around much better value and food to be had....


    On a recent stay we booked their largest room with a whirlpool tub...the room ambience is nice, bedding is great, bathroom and whirlpool did not match element out of place...For $370 a nite, you would expect a lot more for your money... ...this room should cost no more than $200.. They also need a serious upgrade on the food they serve...breakfast is way below par(nothing gourmet at all especially the muffins made out of a box) can get a better breakfast at a diner....would not stay there again....

    Nice Bed and Breakfast


    Cromwell Manor Inn is a very nice bed and breakfast in a country setting. The Inn's location is a relatively short drive to several wineries and other Hudson Valley attractions. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The innkeeper made very good suggestions with regard to our itinery and "must see" sites in the area. The breakfast was above average. This is a good choice when visiting the area if you desire a comfortable and relaxed stay.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cromwell Manor Inn Cornwall

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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