The Gallery Inn is spacious loft style accommodation filled with contemporary art that honors it's twenty year history as an art gallery. It's very sunny and airy with windows on three sides letting in plenty of morning and afternoon light. Located just a few blocks from the historic Kingston waterfront in a 1860's historic brick building where you can visit the Hudson River Maritime Museum ( the new winter home of sloop Clearwater), the Trolley Museum of New York, several art galleries and antique centers, marinas, a seasonal water taxi, and the new Kingston waterfront promenade, and many great restaurants and cafes.
The apartment has been beautifully updated with a loft style bedroom, bathroom with walk-in double shower, and kitchen equipped with stove, microwave, toaster and coffee maker. It is uniquely decorated with art by local artists and offers all the modern day conveniences-Cable TV, A/C and High Speed Wireless Internet- so feel free to bring your laptop! The apartment suite is fully furnished with linens, towels, iron and ironing board, and hair dryer. It is set up to be self-sufficient (no daily maid service). This is smoke-free and pet-free accommodation
The Downtown Rondout Waterfront district is renowned for its lively marinas, award-winning restaurants, eclectic shops, art galleries, and a charming waterside promenade. Kingston Point Beach is a picturesque destination for swimming, picnicking and boat-launching. The Hudson River Maritime, home of the sloop Clearwater and the Trolley Museum of New York are nearby attractions
Other Things to Note
There is a two night minimum on weekends during the peak season, May through October.
Nancy was a wonderful hostess. We felt welcome from the first moments. The space is beautiful and done with an artistic flair. This was like living in a spacious, clean and comfortable gallery, just as described. Nancy clearly has a thoughtful and accommodating touch. We felt cared for the entire stay. Very highly recommended!
Sherri & Rob
We had a great time at the Gallery Inn. Nancy was an excellent host and was very helpful in providing suggestions on where to eat, etc. The space is great and filled with lots of artwork. We highly recommend staying here!!
My partner and I had a delightful time staying at the Gallery Inn. Nancy was very helpful and the loft was clean and homey. It was also a great spot to launch from, whether to spend the day at Grounded, the awesome coffee shop just a few shops down, or to take day trips to Rhinebeck and the like. My partner came here for a "working vacation" and got exactly the break from the city we were looking for.
Nancy was very quick to respond to my request and was helpful with activity recommendations. The apartment was pretty much as described. It is a nice space for a couple. The only negatives are that there is no freezer (=no ice for drinks), the hot water didn't last long enough for my taste, and the wifi was slow at times. Other things I learned: the coffee shop right down the street, Grounded, is really good. The cab companies are really bad. We rented a car a few miles away, but getting there and back was not fun.
We had a wonderful time at the Gallery Inn. The apartment is beautifully appointed and decorated, and receives plenty of light. It is warm and comforting. The complimentary bottle of wine and nightcap were also very welcome surprise additions. We would love to return again sometime!
Nancy is a perfect host and she has such an amazing space with beautiful furniture and decor. The location is great, which is close by all the cafes, galleries, restaurants, and the waterfront. The complimentary bottle of wine was a nice treat!
Perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city! Great location! Coffee shops, restaurants walking distance...we took our 4 month old and she felt right at home..cozy, clean, beautiful space..can't wait to go back in the spring! And btw coffee was delish!!!
I am a professional photographer and gallery owner. I live right around the corner of The Gallery Inn in the historic Rondout district of Kingston.