We have been given the official OK from the local authorities to welcome guests back! Contact us anytime with specific questions about availabilities and local amenities! We think this is a great setting and we hope you will too. The location is close to what we think is the best of the Hudson Valley. Dogs welcome by request! There is a $25 dog fee, one dog max, to be paid in cash. Place $ in jar at The Garret before checking out. Thank You! Enjoy!
“Amazing place to get away for a few days. Exceptionally clean, beautiful grounds to walk around, and great local tips! Private creek was a great mini hike through the property. Overall a great stay. Just FYI: there is a steep flight to stairs to climb up to the studio and small winding roads to get to the property.”
If you've been looking for the tiny house experience, look no further. Michelle and Chris built this tiny house to live as eco-friendly, comfy, and healthy as possible. Built with only non-toxic and all natural materials with a state of the art fresh-air system. Enjoy wildlife or relaxing at the river bend on our 5-acre property or explore the awesome attractions close by: county pool, winery, New Paltz downtown, “gunks” rock climbing, Minnewaska State Park, and more!
“Best experience staying at a tiny house and loved every second of it. It has further inspired me to be less materialistic, be more eco-friendly, and appreciate nature. First, let's talk about the eco-toliet. I was really impressed that it didn't smell at all. I can see why this work; it saves so much water. Waking up on the loft (on a very comfy bed) and seeing the meadow outside was super inspiring. Then eating breakfast with the coffee provided set the mood for the day for a hike at nearby Minnewaska. Then coming back and making dinner was so easy, with lots of room. The whole tiny house was comfy and the decor is so thoughtful and homey. The whole property had a great ambiance; from the walk down the river to creating a bonfire to passing by the chickens nearby. It was a great experience and a great trip to New Paltz/ Gardiner. I highly recommend!”
RELAXING/COLORFUL/COMFORTABLE /NATURE Very close to the Mohonk Preserve and Mountain House, you can see them on the ridge opposite, on a park-like hilltop, just up from the creek, is a large wing of a house you can have all to yourself! There is no kitchen, but a few essentials such as under-the-counter fridge, microwave, tea kettle, coffee maker, and a few utensils and dishes are there for you. WE ARE DOG FRIENDLY! $25 cash per pup fee. Just leave in jar before checking out!
“Truly an amazing Airbnb. This place will live up to your expectations and more. We stayed for 3 nights and it didn't feel like nearly enough time to soak up the wonderful feeling you get when you stay here. We arrived on a rainy evening and the space was so cozy, inviting and perfect for a night in. We ordered food from the Egg's Nest (recommended by Sterrett) and had a lovely candlelight dinner with the ambiance of the lighting in the main area. Having a separate jacuzzi tub was a huge plus on a dark rainy night and it was very relaxing. We woke up to the beautiful gardens and view that this property offers. You will only hear the sounds from birds and insects and it is magical. The location of the property is so close to the surrounding outdoor attractions such as the Wallkill Rail Trail, High Falls, Roundout creek, and many more that Sterrett can recommend. Great food is also located very nearby. We were staying during the COVID restrictions so we ordered our food out and ate the Airbnb which was more enjoyable for us. Sterrett keeps the place VERY clean and we felt safe and reassured about staying at place where others have just been. The weather was humid and times and the AC unit kept us cool even in the bedroom at night (I hate sleeping in hot weather so this was great). We even spent an afternoon just lounging in the yard viewing the Shawangunk ridge and reading, it couldn't have gotten more relaxing. I can't say enough good things about staying here and I will absolutely return in the future.”