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Just 3 blocks from Kingston's bustling waterfront, the Rondout Inn is located in a historic 1820's federal style building. The inn features one bedroom apartment suites with the ambiance of your own pied-a-terre.
Innkeepers BC and Larry also own the fabulous antiques shop (Mezzanine Antiques) below the inn. They will be happy to help guide you to the many sights, shops, and restaurants in the area.
The inn is just a short walk to the Rondout visitor center, Hudson River Maritime Museum (new winter home of sloop Clearwater), the New York Trolley Museum, art galleries, antique centers, specialty shops, marinas, seasonal water taxi, and the new Kingston waterfront promenade, as well as a number of fabulous restaurants and cafes.
The historic Rondout waterfront also offers daily and evening sunset cruises along the Hudson River, trolley rides, monthly art openings, waterfront concerts and numerous seasonal festivals and events.
Guests are within 30 minutes of wineries, historic mansions, hiking, rail trail biking, kayaking, fly fishing, public tennis and golf facilities. Enjoy world-class horse shows at HITS, only 15 minutes away. In winter, guests can indulge in downhill skiing, cross-country and snow tubing at Hunter, Belleayre or Windham Mountains.
Get ready to experience a very private, peaceful stay. Stroll down to the waterfront and enjoy a cocktail at one of the fabulous waterfront restaurants while gazing at a glorious sunset!
Our smoke-free and pet-free accommodations have been beautifully restored and are one bedroom apartment suites, each with a large living room, bedroom, bathroom with walk-in shower, and kitchen equipped with microwave, toaster and coffee maker. Each suite is uniquely decorated and furnished in an eclectic mix of antiques, contemporary furniture, vintage art and books for various interests,and yet still offers all the modern day conveniences-Cable TV, A/C and High Speed Wireless Internet- so feel free to bring your laptop! Each apartment suite is fully furnished with linens, towels, iron and ironing board, and hair dryer. All of our accommodations are private residences and are set up to be self-sufficient (no daily maid service). If you need anything else, we are just downstairs.
A few comments from our guests
Well, look at that! It's snowing this early morning. I am cozy and comfortable in the Esopus suite while preparing for the performance at UPAC this evening. Thanks so much for your hospitality.
What a delightful place! Great Location. I've never slept in a more comfortable bed...what a treat. We really enjoyed ourselves. Hate to leave.
Larry & Jeanne
Thank you for an excellent stay! I am happy that I came across this hidden gem. Next time I'm up from Philly, I'll have this in mind.
Thank you for a very warm and comfortable base for exploring the beautiful countryside and spending Thanksgiving Day with some new friends.
Alan and Rene
Another wonderful experience! Thank you so much for being so happy to see us again! You make our visits so very special.
Cathy & Phil
Thanks for the beautiful place to stay. We loved all the "little things" in the room that made it so special. Thanks for the tips on the area. See you next time
Mary & Jamie
What a comfort...am spoiled having a den. Painted, wrote, and photographed all week. A great working retreat. Really enjoyed our stay. You both are wonderful people. We will definitely be back.
Michael & Greg
Thank You- wonderful space. Quiet, great area. Fun decorative style and of course the bed is special!! Chocolate and Sherry a nice welcome !
Pia and David
Loved..Loved..Loved the Place! We will certainly be back. So convenient to everything! Best of all...no traffic circles to battle. Bed was fabulous..didn't want to get out!
Janet & Kevin
Things To Do
Driving to Kingston
From NYC or Albany
Kingston is at exit 19 on the New York State Thruway (I87). From the traffic circle after exiting, take Colonel Chandler Drive (Route 587) to Broadway. Stay on Broadway until you reach the Rondout waterfront district.
A more scenic route
Drive to Kingston north or south via 9W, often within sight of the Hudson River. Or drive on the Taconic Parkway on the east side of the river and get off at Bulls Head Road and cross the river at the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge. From the west, approach via 32, 209, or 28.
Adirondack Trailways/PineHill Trailways (800-858-8555) offers a number of buses each day between Kingston and the Port Authority Terminal in New York City or the Albany terminal.
Train service requires some amount of driving to reach the station at the Kingston end. AMTRAK trains run frequently between Grand Central in New York City and Rhinecliff across the river from Kingston and from Penn Station and Poughkeepsie, a 25 minute drive from Kingston