Conveniently located at the corner of Route 81 and 9W, you’ll find a supermarket, a gas station, a pharmacy, Paul's Pizza, the local YMCA, which you can join for a day and a medical emergency center. Personally I love to shop at the Black Horse Farm on 9W towards Athens. They have a huge selection of fresh organic produce. While listening to the classic radio station, you can sample their delightful spreads of homemade products while browsing through the shop. If cheese is your passion, visit our neighbors at the Lime Kiln Farm, their goat cheese is amazing. On your way back stop by the Boehm Farm to pick up some apples, cider and home made jams. For a great selection of wine take a stroll alongside the beautiful Hudson waterfront in Coxsackie and stop by the Reed Street Bottle Shop. Opposite you'll find Mansion Reed's guesthouse run by the charming twin sisters Lia and Justine who restored the general store to its old glory and sell artisan products of the Hudson Valley.
Are you a Yogi? You will love our Manduka Pro-Lite mats and props for all your guests. We're happy to recommend a local teacher for a private yoga class for your group. You're welcome to join the local YMCA for a day, use the free public tennis courts located next to the Coxsackie Athens Middle School or you might enjoy a round of mini-golf on 9W while trying one of the 26 delicious ice cream flavors served at Tom’s next door. If you like to see the latest movie you're in for a night under the stars at the charming Coxsackie Drive-In Theatre on 9W or nearby Greenville's outdoor cinema
If you’re interested in historic places don’t miss out on a tour through the Broncks House and Museum. It’s in walking distance and one of the oldest houses in America. Our library has books about all the historic places in the Hudson Valley, Olana across the river at the Rip van Wrinkle Bridge or Clermont on 9E are just a few other beautiful mansions to visit within 1/2 hours drive.
If you stay with us I’m sure you have a love for old and beautiful things. Our place is the best starting point for your antique treasure hunt. For antiquing around the corner we recommend the Coxsackie Antique Center on 9W showcasing the wares of 100 local dealers and across the river is the town of Hudson, famous for some of the most eclectic antique shops in the country. A stroll along picturesque Warren Street takes you to dozens of shops ranging from high-end stores with fine period pieces to unique little boutiques. There are also some nice restaurants. My personal favorites are the Swoon Kitchenbar, Lil and Deb's Oasis , Home/Made Hudson, Crimson and Sparrow. For a culinary experience closer to home we recommend the charming town of Athens with the ultimate weekend-retreat bakery/café Bonfiglio and Bread with an urban country vibe and best cinnamon buns.) For dinner across the street check out the brewery and excellent burgers at Crossroads or for classic french fare the nearby Rive Gauche Bistro. For American classics head over for lunch or dinner to Gracie's in Leeds with a terrific atmosphere and awesome burgers https://www.graciestruckny.com
Some of the best hikes are in the Catskills. You’ll find maps, hiking and walking guides as well as other information about Greene County in our library. For our younger guests there's a zoo and riding stables at Bailiwick Animal Park in the town of Catskills.
Within 30min drive there are 2 great ski resorts in the town of Hunter and Wyndham with a zipline, snow tubing and iceskating rink. After a day on the slopes, you will really enjoy to snuggle up in front of one of the 5 working fireplaces in the house.