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Welcome to our 20-acre country retreat where you can unwind in the serenity of nature while enjoying all the amenities Brookfield Farm has to offer. Feel your cares melt away as you float on a lounge chair in the sparkling pool, or soak up the sun on a poolside chaise. Get reacquainted in the hammock for two, stroll down to the stream to sit and listen to the frogs and crickets, explore the garden, or get to know Nessie, Beckah and Uly, our Scottish Highland cows.
At the end of the day, get a restful night's sleep in one of our two beautifully furnished and immaculately maintained guest suites. Wake the next morning to the aroma of fresh baked muffins or bread and the prospect of a delicious, home made breakfast. You'll be ready to enjoy all the glories of the Hudson Valley region. We take pride in doing all we can to ensure that each guest's visit exceeds his or her expectations.
"Wonderful! What a beautiful and immaculate B&B with every amenity. I know we'll be back. Thank you for such a relaxing stay." - J. & K., Ewing, NJ
A picnic breakfast will be waiting outside your door by 8:30 am for you to enjoy in the privacy of your suite or outside by the pool. It includes coffee (if you're a coffee drinker), fresh sliced fruit, and delicious homemade breads and pastries with accompanying jams/jellies. Your kitchen is stocked with assorted whole fruit, hot and cold cereals, various teas, juices, milk, yogurt, ice water, etc.
There are DVDs available for you to borrow or bring your favorite movies. We provide information on the many activities and attractions available in the Hudson Valley. There are also maps you can borrow. A book of menus will help you choose the perfect spot for lunch or dinner at one of the numerous fine, area restaurants.
"What a wonderful place you have here! It seems as though you have thought of everything to make your guests' stay a pleasurable, peaceful, and memorable one. Thank you!" - S. & S., Cambridge, MA
Brookfield Farm is home to our 3 Scottish Highland cows. They love attention and guests are welcome to get to know them. They'll gladly accept a treat (that we provide) from your hand, a pat on the head, or a good scratch under the chin. Enjoy the antics of our flock of chickens if weather permits. They hate the rain and snow!
Enjoy a swim in the pool. Relax in a floating chair or a poolside chaise. Beach towels are provided for your convenience.
Brookfield Farm is located 8 miles south of New Paltz in the historic Hudson Valley region of New York state. Nearby are Minnewaska State Park, Mohonk Preserve and the Mountain House, the Shawangunk Wine Trail, Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, great Hudson River mansions, historic Huguenot Street, the Culinary Institute of America, West Point, and more. The area offers a treasury of wineries, antique shops, farm markets, historic sites and great restaurants. Other nearby activities include horseback riding, biking, rock climbing, hiking, cross-country skiing, golf, and sky diving.
How To Find Us
From the South:
Take the NYS Thruway (Route 87) north to exit #17 (Newburgh, Route 17K). Keep right at the fork in the ramp after the toll booth. This will put you onto Rt. 300 north. After about 3 miles, you will come to the intersection of Route 32. Keep going straight onto Rt. 32 north. After about 8 miles from the Route 32 intersection, turn right onto Patura Road (if you see a Citgo Station on your left, you've gone too far). We are .8 of a mile in on the left at #129. You can't see the house from the road, but there is a white mailbox with "Brookfield Farm" on top, and #129 on it. Come down the driveway and park across from the front walkway.
From the East or West:
Take Route 84 to Exit 7N , Route 300 North. After about 2 1/2 miles on Route 300 North, you will come to the intersection of Route 32. Keep going straight onto Route 32 North. After about 8 miles from the Route 32 intersection, turn right onto Patura Rd (if you see a Citgo Station on the left, you've gone too far). We are .8 of a mile in on the left at #129. You can't see the house from the road, but there is a white mailbox with "Brookfield Farm" on top, and #129 on it. Come down the driveway and park across from the front walkway.
From the North:
Take the NYS Thruway south to exit 18 (New Paltz). Turn left onto Route 299. Turn left at the first light onto South Putt Corners Rd. Turn left at the end onto Route 32 South. At the light in Modena (intersection of Routes 44/55) go straight. You will pass a Citgo Station on the right. Patura Road is the next left. We are .8 of a mile in on the left at #129. You can't see the house from the road, but there is a white mailbox with "Brookfield Farm" on top, and #129 on it. Come down the driveway and park across from the front walkway.