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Welcome to the Borland House Bed & Breakfast!
The Borland House Bed & Breakfast is a gracious Greek Revival home that will entice you to escape from your daily routine. Our desire is to offer our guests the very best of what we have enjoyed about bed & breakfasts over the years.
Borland House Bed & Breakfast offers five guest rooms with private baths. Each of the rooms is air-conditioned and can accommodate a maximum of two persons.
All rooms booked include a full farm-to-table breakfast from our seasonal menu. You can also book cooking classes, private dinners and more!
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Anna for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Our travelers come for a nice escape from a regular work week to enjoy our food and all the wonders the Hudson Valley has to offer.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
We are known for our breakfasts and we offer many other unique food experiences including cooking classes and private chefs choice farm-to-table dinners. I love that the moment you walk into our Inn you feel a warmth and then you smell the best of our baked goods being made in the kitchen.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
One of our guests said they have been to many B & Bs and our breakfast was the best one they've ever had.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
It's a Mecca for art, nature and food & wine lovers.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
One day should be spent at Storm King Art Center, one touring the wineries and distilleries nearby, one visiting Hyde Park and the Vanderbilt Mansion with a lunch at the Culinary Institute and one day hiking or enjoying the amazing nature parks all around us.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
We have 7 restaurants, 3 pubs, 2 coffee shops, Antique & Boutique shops and 2 small museums all within our 3 block historical village.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
We love to send people to dinner at Wards Bridge or Wild Fire Grill.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
The Orange County NY and Ulster County Guides are best.
How many rooms does your inn have?
Do you accept pets?
Yes under 20lbs for additional $35/night.
Things To Do
Explore the grounds of Storm King Art Center just 20 minutes away. Spend a rainy day at the renowned Dia, just over the bridge in Beacon.
A 15-minute ride will take you to the challenging and beautiful Shawangunks. Spend the day hiking at Mohonk Mountain House or Lake Minnewaska.
Outdoor Antique Shows
The Borland House is less than 40 minutes to many seasonal antique shows and flea markets.
Woodbury Commons, a premier shopping outlet, is only a 30-minute drive. Antique shops abound in and around Montgomery. Just over the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge are the many shops in Cold Spring and Beacon.
The many historic homes along the Hudson are just a short drive.
The Hudson Valley features many wineries to visit and sample.
A "must" and only a 45-minute drive. Let us arrange a tour for you.
The beautifully restored Newburgh waterfront on the Hudson features shopping and riverside dining only 10 minutes from the Borland House.
The original house was built in the 1790's with the large Greek Revival addition constructed by General Charles Borland, Jr. around 1830. He and his wife, Isabella Hill Borland, lived there until their death. General Borland was a prominent citizen who graduated from Union College, became a lawyer, and had an illustrious political career. He served as a congressman, state senator, and mayor of Montgomery. General Borland founded a law school in the building next door, now the Village Sampler. General Borland was asked by Governor Clinton to oversee the construction of the famous Erie canal which began in 1817.