Valley Cabin in Stanfordville New York
Hudson Valley Cabin Stanfordville New York Vacation Rental Lodgings Accommodations
Hosts: AJ and Karen Sergio
Bedrooms: Studio (with sofa bed)
Address: 43 Homan Road, Stanfordville, NY 12581 USA
Nearby Attractions: Conveniently located near many historic Dutchess County towns - Rhinebeck, Millbrook, Hyde Park, Red Hook. Dutchess County, NY, nestled in the Hudson River Valley, is 90 minutes from New York City, and accessible by car, train, bus and air.
With its abundance of historic landmarks, restaurants, festivals and natural scenic beauty, Dutchess County is the ideal place for day trips or longer getaways. It's 800 square miles of fascinating sites, lively events and breathtaking vistas.
"Beautiful! Best way to describe this place. Watching geese … turtles … 2 deer."
"A wonderful summer respite."
"We loved the beauty, peacefulness and serenity of this comfortable abode. Learn the strength and feel of the wind by the tones of the wind chimes … We can only leave by somehow plotting our return in the future."
"We were trying to think of our favorite part but it was impossible. There is just too much to list."
"One of the most beautiful and relaxing vacations."
"We were looking for peace, quiet and a place to collect our souls and clear our minds. And we sure found all of that here."
General Information: Welcome to Hudson Valley Cabin in Stanfordville, New York ... the only cabin on our private 3.5 acre lake. It sleeps 2 on a queen sized sofa bed and has a full kitchen with all utensils and dishes, microwave, toaster oven, etc.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)
$260/night + prevailing taxes
"An escape from the world. Seclusion, quiet, and peacefulness was a lovely break from the city. Lake and rowboat were the most perfect added perks."
"A peaceful place that provided the ultimate escape from reality for us. This place is not easy to leave but it is reassuring to know that it exists and that other lovers will have an opportunity to experience some of what we enjoyed. A hen turkey, a deer, a hummingbird, and two great blue herons helped welcome us."
"Thanks for the opportunity to escape from the everyday."