This Hudson Valley home dates back to 1757 and is one of the many stone houses in this corner of Ulster County in upstate New York. This Hudson Valley bed & breakfast remains one of the largest and continually inhabited stone structures of its kind. The Ulster County area provides entertainment for all interests. Historical buildings and museums abound, and artists of all types live, work, and show in this cultural melting pot. For the outdoor enthusiasts there are activities like hiking, kayaking, biking, skiing, and snowboarding.
The Inn offers excellent accommodations, The restored, 18th century Dutch Colonial Mansion is set on 150 acres of lawns, gardens, orchards, rolling fields and untouched woods. You simply must see it for yourself to catch the vision. The Inn restaurant also offers a variety of big and little plates that range from vegetarian selections to Murray chicken and beef from Hudson Valley Cattle Co. We also utilize local produce from some of the best farms in the area!
The Inn at Stone Ridge is nestled in the peaceful hamlet of Stone Ridge, New York, with the Hudson River and Kingston to the north and east, Woodstock to the west, New Paltz to the south, at the base of the Mohonk Preserve, and within arm's reach of the Shawangunk Ridge.
Let our family take care of yours.
Inn at Stone Ridge
3805 Rte. 209 (Rte. 213)
P.O. Box 701
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
Come help us celebrate the end of our restaurant run here