About this listing
This room has a queen sized bed over-looking the garden with a shared bathroom. It's the most sound proof room in the house, so if you have any concerns about the late night train whistle, you would have no worries here.
Suminski Innski is a three-storied, historic house with a wrap- around porch overlooking the Hudson River and Catskill Mountains. Parquet floors, crystal chandeliers, marble fireplaces, ornate moldings. Tons of art from local painters and photographers. Walking distance (10 minutes) to the village's 9 different eateries, bars, and bakery. There are plenty of beautiful hikes to be had around the area. On-site catering is available for parties of up to 50 people. The entire house can be rented for $1200 a night. Van shuttle service and tours available. Tivoli is halfway between the Rhinecliff and Hudson Amtrak stations, a twenty minute drive in either direction. The house has been 99% restored over the last decade (starting in 2003) after being largely abandoned from the fifties through the nineties. It was originally built by an ocean ship captain who settled on the shore here and operated a ferry service for all the East West commerce in the area which ran until the fifties but when the bridges were built over the Hudson, the traffic moved there and Tivoli became a ghost town until it's recent revival.
A 25% discount is extended to all teachers, social workers, veterans, aide workers, care givers, farmers, journalists, and bikini models.
The only house rules are to be mindful of other guests and to think of the place as your own home, except you don't have to do the dishes. It is an old house, and in a neighborhood, so try not to be too loud after dark
The Suminski Innski is a charming and unique spot. The host (Tim) was really laid back and made me feel immediately at home. It felt less like I was staying at an inn and more like with an old good friend. It seemed like the other guests also appreciated the bohemian vibe and many people said this was not their first visit. I'm sure I'll become one of those recurring guests in quick time.
Oh my. The entire inn experience was fantastic. The bed uber comfortable. Brand new linnens and towels, shared bathroom clean, everybody friendly and breakfast rich, healthy and coffee served early and strong. Wouldn't hesitate to return for a mmt.
We loved our stay at the "Suminski Innski," and wouldn't have changed a thing. Host Tim couldn't have been more accommodating. The quirky, charming old house is LOADED with a wide variety of very interesting art, and the front porch commands a dramatic view of the Hudson river and Catskill Mountains beyond.
The delicious breakfast had a heavy emphasis on organic/natural/local ingredients. If you're looking for a relaxing, yet intellectually stimulating experience, and you want to meet a fun collection of interesting people from all over the place, this is your place. However, if you like things neat as a pin, modern, and squeaky clean, it might not be for you. Also, there is no air-conditioning. But despite it being hot when we stayed there, the big room, high-ceiling, large windows, ample fan-power, and very comfy bed, combined to make for two good nights' worth of sleep. We would go back in a heartbeat.
The Suminski Innski is the perfect Hudson Valley retreat. I couldn't have been happier with my stay. A warm welcoming host, a room overlooking the river and a beautifully decorated house. It's like being in a Wes Anderson movie in all its glory.The breakfast was also delicious.
The only thing I wasn't happy about was having to leave!
Wish I could have stayed longer.
I highly recommend it and will definitely come back.
Tim is accessible and very easy to work with. His home is an original mansion on the Hudson River. He has a very comfortable porch and plenty of indoor and outdoor space to relax. This was my second visit. I highly recommend The Suminski Innski and Tivoli for a relaxing stay!
I have stayed here before, and it is always a delight. Wonderful assortment of people in a grand old house. Tim is lovely and a great host.
I chose the Innski as a retreat after a pretty intense travel schedule. It was perfectly relaxed and the common rooms were full of interesting books and tchotchkes. The pictures do not do this beautiful old Victorian house and location on the Hudson River justice. Highly recommend the daybed on the wide wraparound porch which is perfect for reading, napping, or watching the sunset. Tim and his crew were very welcoming. I also loved the Murray Cafe (I think that was the name) up the street. Delicious and local. Thanks Tim!
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