— How would you describe Audrey’s Farmhouse in a nutshell?
— Audrey’s Farmhouse
— Please describe the layout of the B&B.
Our guest rooms are spread out over two levels, with two rooms on the ground floor and the other three on the second floor. There is also an in-ground natural swimming pool that is open during the summer.”
— Please tell us about the rooms at the B&B.
The Suite is also on the ground floor and has its own private entrance through the garden, which makes it perfect for guests looking for a bit of solitude during their stay. This room has a small separate living room and a private bathroom with a shower as well as a claw foot tub.
The Woodstove, Pink and Charcoal Rooms are all on the second floor. Pink and Charcoal are next to each other, share a bathroom, and can be combined for families or groups traveling together.”
— Who should stay at Audrey’s Farmhouse and who should rather book something else?
The former owners had a very strict policy on children, but when we took over, we felt we wanted to be all-inclusive. We don’t promote it as the architecture and setup of this bed & breakfast might not be the ideal environment for all kids. However, if guests want to bring their children, they certainly can.”
— Charcoal room
— Please tell us about the food.
Breakfast usually entails a rustic, country breakfast with slightly different iterations based on seasonal availability of foods at the market. For example, I’ll bake blueberry or banana bread and serve that with coffee. Then we might do a hash with roasted potatoes, a white bean and kale salad with a poached egg, and a cabbage slaw and more roasted vegetables.
Another day might be a big spread of waffles, yogurt and fresh fruit, or chicken or pork sausages, or bacon. We can adhere to dietary restrictions too and offer faux meat, gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options.”
— Woodstove room
— Please tell us about other facilities and services offered.
For our guests we offer breakfast and keep snacks on hand. As we don’t have a liquor license, we do not serve alcohol, but guests are more than welcome to bring their own drinks and also use the kitchen when we aren’t using it for breakfast.
We can arrange pick-ups from the train station for those of our guests who don’t come to Hudson Valley by car. We can also take them to the hiking trailhead and pick them up after their hike.
Doug, our baby and I live in one of the cottages on the property so that we are here to tend to any needs that pop up.”