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Renwick Clifton House

27 Barclay Street, Saugerties, New York 12477
Innkeeper(s): Eric & Miriam Adams

Table Of Contents

  • Introduction

    Renwick Clifton House, Relax on the PorchThe world changes drastically as you drive through the sprawling wrought iron gates at the Renwick Clifton House, located in the charming village of Saugerties, NY. You can not help but notice the 200 year old massive cucumber magnolia tree that graces the front of this Southern style, 1812 mansion. Oversized rocking chairs span the length of the front porch, while the Hudson River peers around the eastern corner.

    Renwick Clifton House, Romantic Bathrooms

    As you can only imagine, in centuries past, The Renwick Clifton House was bustling with family members, visitors and overnight guests. Allow yourself to travel back in time with us. We invite you to be our guests. Enjoy the grandeur, tranquility, comfort, charm and new found luxuries that The Renwick Clifton House has always been known to provide. We look forward to your visit.

    Eric and Miriam Adams, Hosts

    Renwick Clifton House, Astounding Hudson River views

    Renwick Clifton House, Astounding Hudson River views

  • Amenities

    Renwick Clifton House, balcony

    Surround Yourself in Luxury

    • Astounding Hudson River views
    • Beautiful Antique and replica furnishings
    • Wine and Cheese upon arrival
    • Fresh cut flowers
    • Chocolate Truffles
    • W hotel mattresses
    • Luxury linens
    • Down pillows
    • Silk and Chenille bedding
    • Italian Marble tiled private bathrooms
    • Extra large bath towels
    • Plush terry robes
    • Spa quality bath products
    • Jacuzzi tub
    • Fine china
    • Crystal Stemware
    • 3 course gourmet breakfasts
    • Wireless Internet ~ Cable TV
    • Air conditioning
    • Large screen Plasma Display
  • Location

    Renwick Clifton House, front porch

    Welcome to Saugerties, New York

    Saugerties is a quaint community located between the majestic Catskill Mountains and the scenic Hudson River. Just ninety miles north of New York City and forty miles south of Albany, we are known to many as the "Festival Town" with a hometown feeling you immediately sense.

    This year we will again play host to some very popular festivals, including the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival in September, and the Mum Festival in October. Each of these festivals is very unique in what they offer. The tantalizing aroma of garlic permeates the air each September as thousands flock to the Cantine Memorial Field Complex. Entertainment, food vendors, chef cooking demonstrations, educational exhibits, craft booths, and garlic farmers line the field for all to enjoy and it all adds up to a very unique festival. In October, Seamon Park is in full bloom with thousands of chrysanthemums for all to see.

    Take the time to stroll through our 19th century Village where our restored carousel and our historic museum are located. Or visit our fully operational lighthouse, marinas, waterfront parks, our sports complex, or take the time to visit our many fine restaurants, theater, and dozens of antique shoppes all for you to enjoy.

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