The Blue Room is in the Beacon Bamboo Forest (BBF), a colonial house built in the 1900s. BBF is located in the City of Beacon, Dutchess County, New York and in the heart of up and coming Beacon.
The upper story of BBF, with new hardwood floors, has 3 charming bedrooms with a common bath. PLEASE NOTE that only two out of the three rooms are rented out and that I live in the third room. The Blue Room has a queen size real bed with Japanese mattresses.
The main floor features a kitchen, dining room, living room and an enchanting rustic yard with bamboo growing tall, beautiful and magnificent. The house has an old world charm to it.
Walk to galleries, antique stores, restaurants, bars and cafes along Main Street, the amazing waterfall in the east and the Hudson on the west. Easy access to the Metro North Train Station that takes you into Manhattan, NYC.
Bring your novel, laptop or newspaper and lounge in cafes, or just walk around in the fresh mountain air. There are great hiking trails all around including one leading to Mount Beacon. Visit charming nearby Cold Spring, Garrison and other waterfront cities/towns a few miles from Beacon, and accessible by car and the Metro north.
Minimum stay of two nights at the weekend
For single or double occupancy of each room:
$85 per night on week nights (Monday-Thursday)
$90 per night at the weekends (Friday-Sunday)
Check in: 2 pm
Check out: 12 pm
Blue room accommodates two people on a queen size real bed. A mattress could be placed on the floor for additional guests, but it would be tight.
Please bring house slippers as I have a no shoes policy in the house!
Breakfast: self-help, self-serve and self-clean.
Smoking Allowed: No
Guest Pets Allowed: No
Drinking Allowed: Yes (in moderation)
Drinking Description: In moderation
Drinks Available: No
Children Allowed: No children under 10
Suitable For Children: Limited
Childcare Provided: No
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Hi, I moved to Beacon from Brooklyn, NY in 2012. I love my new home, and thought how lovely it would be to open it to guests from all over the world, including of course America! So in June 2013, I turned my home into a lodging house.
I work in the field of advocacy and policy as a consultant. I have a Master's degree in political science.