This stunning, historic destination known as Old Stone Farm is unrepeatable. The lovingly restored 236–acre property features a biodynamic farm, a commercial kitchen, a beyond-zen gorgeous yoga barn, a fully equipped private spa, three ponds, hiking trails and more. A farm-to-everything property, the farm estate combines the scenic beauty of the countryside with food sourced from your backyard. Miles away from where you are but only about 90 minutes from Manhattan, it’s a five minute drive from Rhinebeck, where you'll enjoy art, music, high end boutiques, historical sights and the Hudson Valley's best selection of restaurants and provisions.
The Inn: Built in the 1780’s, this 7,200- square-foot barn is at the heart of the property. Originally a horse barn, now reconstructed as a 10-room inn and spa. A commitment to the natural environment extends to every part of The Inn - it’s heated and cooled through a modern geothermal system and a 28kw solar array adorns the southern roof. The Inn boasts ten bedrooms (each with ensuite bath) and a common library lounge.
Guest House: Built in the 1820s by the son of the original farmer, this historic house has been artfully restored with many of the original detailing still visible. This 1,800 square foot home features original wood flooring in the kitchen, a fireplace and a secret attic. Perfect for a cozy night with friends and loved ones, or for hosting an intimate gathering during the holidays, or just that special dinner with produce picked from your farm. The Guest House is a four bedroom, three bathroom gem, complete with an eat–in–kitchen, formal living room, dining room and attic.
Stone House: The first home on the property was built by Hans Kroepser von Rotenfluh in 1768, and the stone portion of this house is still original. Inside, you will find eight Rumford fireplaces are just begging to warm your winters. A spacious and modern kitchen sets the stage for morning meals and evenings around the stove. A back porch runs the full length of the house overlooking the mill pond, while inside there is a sun room with perfect light setup with easels for painting. Two additions to the house, one from the 1920’s and another from 2000, complete this oversized 3,600 square-foot home. Stone House includes two bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a drawing room, dining Room, full kitchen, billiards room and artist’s studio.
Yoga Barn: The oldest structure on the property, dating back to 1759, and also the most dynamic and versatile space. This 1300 square foot building offers a large open space with cathedral ceilings and two bathrooms. Meditate amid the giant beams and high ceilings or host a yoga class. Perfect for receptions, workshops or dinners. It calls us to celebrate milestones, be they personal or professional. Gather friends and family for cocktails or use it as a performance space. Embrace the history – the hand-hewn beams were crafted from the now extinct American Chestnut tree. 900 square feet of open space, 2 bathrooms.
Arena: Crafted onsite by Amish builders, this 18,800 square foot building houses 18 horse stalls in 2 stables, 3 wash stalls, a tack room, viewing room, equine office, and 3 bathrooms. Enjoy watching from the viewing room, complete with a balcony overlooking the 9,600 square foot riding arena. The wooden construction of this pole barn is unique for a structure of its size and creates a warmth that’s perfectly complemented by the worn brick walkways throughout.
Pop’s Kitchen: A cozy building with a modern commercial kitchen, this farmhouse is new construction, but fools even the keenest eye as it folds seamlessly into this 1700’s estate. Invite your extended family for dinner or gather friends from the city to ring in the new year, with a large dining room, a bar and lounge for 20, 2 fireplaces, and a spacious front porch. This 3,200 square foot building is designed to accommodate 50 diners, but maintains the intimate charm of a country farmhouse. Overlooking the farmer’s garden, you’ll be treated to glowing evening sunsets as well as a nearby herb garden that is ready to be foraged.
Horse Barn: First built in the early 1800’s to accommodate the farm’s horses, this barn has been rebuilt and restored using the original posts and beams. From within, two soaring hay lofts create a visually stunning sunlit space.
Pavilion: Overlooking the crops, this open, 650 square foot covered space has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Great for hosting an outdoor dinner party.
From contemporary art galleries to one of the oldest inns in America, Rhinebeck strikes the perfect balance between hip and historic. It also just happens to be the top regional destination for the locavore food movement, as well as a mecca for art & culture.
By Car 1 hour 40 minutes from downtown New York City by train average time: 1 hour 45 minutes both Metro North and Amtrak will get you here. Amtrak leaves from Penn Station on the hour or every other hour and drops you in Rhinecliff or 10 minutes from the farm. Metro North has more frequent trains leaving from Grand Central and drops you in Poughkeepsie, which is 20 minutes from the farm.
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