"Nice place in a nice town."
I was looking for a place to relax for a day and a half and decided on a spot along the Hudson River. This is the first time I have stayed at a B&B, so I was not sure what to expect. I booked a room here, and I was glad I did.
The home was originally built in (circa) 1810, and appeared to have received its fair share of upgrades over the centuries. It had a unique feel to it, a connection to its past.
I stayed in the Edward room. The room was clean and the bed was very comfortable. The door opened unto a porch and the backyard area, which was landscaped with stone. The big plus was the gas fireplace in the bedroom. There were also some nice decorative art pieces around the room.
David, the proprietor, was a great host, cook, and just a very interesting person to talk to. The default breakfast is vegetarian, but he had no issues with preparing a delicious vegan alternative for the two days I was there. In addition, I met some very interesting people who were also guests of the house. They were very nice and I had a great time speaking with them.
There is a fridge, microwave, and coffee maker in the common area.
The town itself is a somewhat quiet New England town with Warren as its main street. There are antique shops, art galleries, a few bars and eateries, and a great view of the river and mountains just a block from the B&B. After a couple of days, I found myself ready to get back to the city, but the time I spent there was worth it.
Traveller from New York, NY