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11135 Route 32, Greenville, NY 12083, USA    
(888) 665-0044, (518) 966-5219


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Circa 1889. Built by William Vanderbilt, this pleasurable Queen Anne with Victorian details, antiques and original artwork has been a welcoming inn for fifty years. An atmosphere of warmth and relaxed comfort is found in the three buildings that grace six acres of lawns, shade trees and colorful gardens. After a restful night's sleep, don't miss a satisfying hot breakfast before heading out for Hudson Valley sightseeing. Hike, bike, relax on the porch or by the fifty-foot outdoor pool.

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$115 to $235

Off Season: $115 to $235

Payment Types Accepted Include Visa, Discover, Personal Checks and Master Card.

    • Breakfast
    • Afternoon Tea


This property has 16 total guest accommodations, 15 with private bath, 2 with fireplaces, 2 with whirlpools, 1 two-bedroom suite, 1 cottage and 2 conference rooms. The types of beds available include Twin, Queen, King and Double.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bath Amenities
  • Copy Machine
  • Fax
  • Gift Shop
  • Hair Dryer
  • Refrigerator
  • Swimming
  • Wireless Internet Access

Business Traveler Amenities

  • Flexible Check in/out Times
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Wireless Internet Access

Events Hosted

    • Meetings
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Family Reunions
    • Seminars
    • Hudson River Art Workshops For Painters
    • Art Quilters

Foreign Languages Spoken

Fluent Spanish, some German, French, Italian, Swedish

Spa Services

Off-Site Spa Services Available

Nearby Recommended Spas

Circle of Stones

Inns Of Interest

    • National Historic Register

Liquor License

    • Beer & Wine

Pet Restrictions

$50 pet fee, not allowed in common rooms, limited number of pet friendly rooms
  • Pets Allowed
  • Innkeepers pets on premises
  • $50 Pet Fee
  • Not Allowed In Common Rooms
  • Limited Number Of Pet Friendly Rooms

Romantic Interest

Beautiful country setting and cozy romantic rooms. On-site chocolate shop for sweetening your sweetie!

Innkeepers Association Memberships

Professional Association of Innkeepers, Empire State Bed & Breakfast Association

Describe Garden and Grounds

Sweeping lawns, woods, flower gardens, 50' outdoor pool

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

One-night reservations welcomed at most times.

Children Restrictions

must be well supervised due to art and antiques collection


A deposit equal to one night's lodging is required to confirm a reservation. Deposits will be refunded, minus a $7.00 cancellation fee, if cancellation is received 14 days prior to the reserved date. If there is a need to cancel less than 14 days prior to the reserved date, deposit (minus the $7.00 fee) can only be refunded if the room is able to be re-booked.


Smoke Free Property.

Other Activities

    • Museums
    • Horseback Riding
    • Hiking
    • Golf
    • Fishing
    • Bicycling
    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Skiing Downhill
    • Wineries

Historic Interest

Historic Awards:

  • Local Register (Granted)

Historic Memberships:

  • Local Historical Society

Historic sites nearby:

Frederic Church's Olana (18 miles), Thomas Cole House (15 miles), Albany Historic Sites (30 miles), Hudson River Historic Sites (15-40 miles)

Recommended Restaurant(s)

Freehold House, Ruby's Hotel, Palmer House, Mountain View Brasserie, DABA, Ca'Mea, Swoon.

Nearby College/University

University at Albany

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Great workshop!

I recently took part in a week long art workshop at the Greenville Arms. It is a lovely inn with an incredible staff. My main complaint is the food. It was (with just a couple of exceptions) pretty awful. There were no choices given - just one entree available, so if you didn't eat lamb you were out of luck. What was prepared was pretty tasteless and not particularly appealing on a visual level. While the chef boasted about having attended the CIA, I have my doubts (perhaps it was for dinner). Breakfast was typical fare and acceptable other than the fact that dried blueberries were put in pancakes when there was a huge bowl of fresh ones right there on the sideboard... Perhaps I am picky, but I expected a better food experience. In any case, it is a lovely place, and the owners and staff were very nice. The workshop was TERRIFIC. Loved every moment. I would stay here again, but only if I could omit the evening meals. I'd rather go to local restaurants for those.
Anon ymous

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Just a note of appreciation for all your generous hospitality, and wonderful display of attention and affection!

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