Welcome to The Inn at Stone Ridge, an 18th Century Dutch Colonial Mansion family operated by Marie and Brian Murphy and their two lovely daughters, Emma and Allison. Our Inn located in the heart of Stone Ridge in the Hudson Valley and offers an excellent restaurant and cozy tavern on the first floor of the main house as well as six unique suites including three two bedroom suites and three one bedroom suites for a total of nine bedrooms all located on the second and third floors. We encourage you to visit our Hudson Valley bed & breakfast and try our affordable fine dining, unique wine and cocktail list, as well as fireside seating in an atmosphere that can't be beat.
Need some rest? All suites have a private bath, Keurig brewing systems, televisions, wireless internet, and are fitted with luxurious king or queen sized bed. Some of our rooms also include wood burning fireplaces, parlors, and views of the grounds. We offer a larger more private area in our Carriage House as well which is a two bedroom suite with a full kitchen, living room, and small outside deck. During the summer you can also take a dip in the outside pool or relax with a drink next to the bonfire!
The lawn and garden at The Inn is a perfect site for intimate weddings in New York and Hudson Valley wedding receptions and events for groups as large as 130 guests. During your stay you can also meander the grounds which has over 150 Acres of orchards, gardens, and trails, or you can cozy up inside in our library or billiard room. Don't forget to join us for dinner in the evening in our Zagat rated restaurant where our staff will take excellent care of you and you can relax in a one of a kind atmosphere. In season you can dine al fresco as well and enjoy the relaxing environment.
A great romantic getaway, or as a retreat for the whole family or organization, accommodations are available on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The Inn at Stone Ridge is only 95 miles from Manhattan, and is your perfect B&B in the Hudson Valley, Catskill Mountains, and Shawangunk Ridge, near New Paltz, New York.