Pine Bush House - Pine Bush, New York, 12566, United States

History and Hosts

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  • Pine Bush House 1911

The Pine Bush House was built by the owner of a local lumberyard whose hobby was trains. He enjoyed sitting on the front porch watching trains at the turnstile a few blocks away (the turnstile is no longer there). For many years the house remained a single family dwelling until about 50 years ago, when it was converted into a Seniors Residence. In the past 25 years, it has also been a Veterans Community Care Home.


  • Pine Bush House 1911

Your Hosts: Mark and Barbara Grey

The Greys are southern transplants (from North Carolina) who experienced "love at first sight" with the Hudson Valley Region of New York. Mark is a Sales Executive, while Barbara has over fifteen years of experience in real estate.

While the Inn is not pet friendly, Mark & Barbara do have two small furbabies - Artie and Tinkerbell, rescues adopted from They aren't allowed in the main part of the house, but you might see them hanging around the butler's pantry and laundry room area helping Barbara with a woof & a lick!

Pine Bush House has been totally renovated to provide a combination of old world charm with modern comfort. Whether it's for a romantic getaway, housing for extended relatives visiting, or a business need, we invite you to enjoy the tranquil, enchanting ambiance of our home and the unique activities of the area.

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Pine Bush House
215 Maple Avenue
Pine Bush, New York, 12566, United States
Call: (845) 744-3641


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.