A typical Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast guest room.
Why Stay at a Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast?
In 1609, Henry Hudson explored the Hudson Valley and since that time, numerous towns have been established along its beautiful banks. These towns have an abundance of historic homes and some have been converted into bed and breakfasts. Staying at a Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast, you can experience the ambience of time past but with today’s modern amenities. Yes, the outhouses have been replaced!
Why should you choose a Bed and Breakfast instead of a hotel or motel?
A Bed and Breakfast is generally operated by the owner and therefore, he or she has a vested interest in making the business successful. The innkeeper will suggest and make reservations for you at great restaurants and provide superb directions to all of the area attractions. In effect, you have a personal concierge when you stay at a B&B. In addition to providing a great room, the breakfasts are generally “over the top”.
Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast.com provides great information on where to stay and what to do in New York's Hudson Valley.
How do you find a great Bed and Breakfast?
Reviews, reviews, reviews! See what other people have to say about a bed and breakfast they have visited by reading the reviews. Two very popular sites are Tripadvisor.com and bedandbreakfast.com. Some bed and breakfasts actually post live reviews on their website. A Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast we like that shows live reviews on the home page of their website is Cromwell Manor Inn in Cornwall, New York www.cromwellmanor.com (pictured below).