Olde Rhinebeck Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews Olde Rhinebeck Inn
Everything was perfect about this place from the hostess being so friendly and full of information, to the place being very clean and the breakfast tasting so good.
The dog and I bonded. I highly recommend this place.
This is a wonderful little B&B and one of the best that we have ever stayed at. The innkeeper, Jonna, is a great cook and made a delicious breakfast to last all day. She is well versed in activities in the area and gave us valuable advice on things to do in the Hudson Valley. What a charming place - we definately hope to go back.
What a great place
What a GREAT PLACE!! It's just the best B&B we've ever stayed at. Historic, interesting...fabulous grounds, wonderful rooms, and the best breakfasts you will ever eat in a B&B. Just stay there once...and you will find your home away from home in the Hudson Valley.
Fantastic and relaxing
We spent a very relaxing few days at the inn and loved everything about it. The rooms are charming and comfortable, the breakfasts are outstanding, and the innkeepers are not only helpful with local information, but also great conversationalists and darn nice people!
One of the best quick getaways from NYC we've ever had, and we will definitely return.
...We will return to the delightful Olde Rhinebeck Inn...
My husband and I had a memorable experience at the Olde Rhinebeck Inn in July of 2003. The breakfast was amazing. Jonna Paolella must have started preparing all of the dishes at 4:00am...what a treat! The grounds were wonderful to explore. Our photographs from the weekend are now framed in our home. We will return to this special Bed and Breakfast!
A Small Fortune
Extremely EXPENSIVE.. There are many more inns in the Rhinebeck area that offer more for half the price. Although the inn keeper does give great detail to what she does, she is always around. A beautiful place but a SMALL Fortune! Beware..
It's our home in NY
It's just the best place to stay in the Hudson Valley. When our Daughter moved to the Hudson Valley 2 years ago, we found this wonderful historic inn to call our NY home. With beautiful rooms and grounds.... It's just like home. Jonna's breakfasts are outstanding. Ask for the Pear Pancake! WOW! To give you a idea what it's like, we arrived late one evening (after 11PM) and were starved. Jonna prepared a late night snack...we sat around the kitchen table and talked until after midnight.
When you're visiting the Hudson Valley, just stay here once...you will find your home in the Hudson Valley too!!!
Thanks Jonna and Dave.
You Can't Go Wrong
This is a great little place to stay if you're doing the Hudson River Valley. Owner Jonna Paolella is a wonderful hostess and she treats her guests well. The rooms are extremely comfortable, quiet, and well-appointed. Breakfasts are excellent ( cooked to order) and the property is beautifully maintained.
I'd definitely check out the web site if you're thinking of staying in the area.
I usually hate B and B's but this onw was really good.
A Dream Come True at Olde Rhinebeck Inn
If you are looking for a romantic, peaceful, welcoming, beautifully appointed bed and breakfast with wonderful breakfasts that are just out of this world and the most gracious, accomodating hosts you will ever find..The Olde Rhinebeck Inn is for you..this is indeed heaven on earth..We simply cannot say enough wonderful things about our short time there..we would have loved to have stayed longer, however, our time would not allow..The Olde Rhinebeck Inn is a "keeper" in our hearts and one in which we will return to time and time again!! Thank You so very very much, Jonna..We Love You...Most Sincerely, M. Willette and D. Winters
A perfect inn
My husband and I love Rhinebeck, and we have stayed at several places there, but none compares to the incomparabale Olde Rhinebeck Inn. We first went for our one-year wedding anniversary, have been back a few months ago, and are choosing to spend our two-year anniversary there as well. It is easy to go on and on about the innkeeper Jonna, because she is a delight - a truly perfect innkeeper, seeming to have a sixth sense in knowing exactly what you want.
The inn is tucked away on a quiet ,beautiful winding street, and what I love about it is that it is not flashy, but all the details are thought out. Everything is beautiful without being too cutesy.
The house is full of old wooden beams, wonderful antique furniture, and all sorts of unexpected things, such as the collection of birdhouses and eggs in the Spirited Dove room , or the little collection of sheep on the stairwell. The bed in the Deerfield Suite is one of those that you want to burrow in forever.
You are greeted with fresh fruit, cookies, and flowers in your room, and there are thick bathrobes and excellent toiletries (i'm a dermatologist, so i really notice the toiletries!).
There is just something about the place that we fell in love with - What are you waiting for? Go!
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... and Museum which is quite extensive and has engaging exhibits.
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