Pine Bush House - Pine Bush, New York, 12566, United States
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Simplicity and beauty ... pure enchantment. The decor is a vibrant blend of rose, white, and gold. Original curved windows enhance the room's appeal. Relax in the elevated four poster bed (with plush-top queen mattress and egyptian cotton linens) in front of a comforting fireplace. An in-room coffee and tea station, in-room wine chiller, flat screen television with in-room movie access, and high speed wireless internet add to your comfort. The private, detached bath features a corner, rainspa shower.

The home has beautifully appointed period furniture, sleigh and poster beds, and country Victorian draperies and décor. The home also includes antique stained glass windows, cozy fireplaces in the living room and separate library, a sun-drenched dining room and wrap-around porch.
All rooms have a private bath, A/C, cable t.v., and wireless internet connection. Rates include a full breakfast served in our dining room featuring homemade specialties, fresh fruit, freshly brewed coffee or tea, and juice. Afternoon refreshments are available to enjoy either by the warmth of a fireplace in the cool weather or in the comfort of our wrap-around porch in the warm weather.

Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Complimentary Wireless Internet
  • In Room Movies
  • In Room Wine Chiller
  • High Def Television
  • Keurig Coffee System
Pine Bush House
215 Maple Avenue
Pine Bush, New York, 12566, United States
Call: (845) 744-3641

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Relaxation done right...

For those seeking tranquility and restoration...welcome to Pine Bush House Bed & Breakfast, a charming and romantic Victorian home built in 1904. The Inn's quiet elegance has long made it a favorite for honeymoons, anniversaries, and other special getaways. One of the many ways in which we provide exemplary service to our guests is by anticipating their every need. In some cases, that need comes in the form of a request for a "permanent vacation." When this happens, generally we hear a long, contented sigh, followed by an "I wish I never had to leave." That's when we know our remarkable "white glove treatment" has worked it's magic.