The Inn at Kettleboro
 

built in 1830

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Originally built in 1830, Kettleboro opened in 2014 after extensive renovations to offer modern amenities in this historic setting to you. Located on a 12-acre apple and peach orchard and offering some of the most spectacular views of the Shawangunk Mountains, Kettleboro is a true escape from the business of your everyday life.

Wake up to a delicious farm-to-table breakfast every morning in our large breakfast room overlooking the Gunks. After, head out to some of the best hiking trails in the entire Hudson Valley,  bike or walk on the 23 mile rail trail behind the inn or wander around the fun shops of eclectic New Paltz. Later, watch the sunset on the expansive blue stone patio, or, on those colder times, relax by a fireplace in one of our downstairs parlors.  It’s an ideal place to unwind and recharge.

Choose the perfect room from our four comfortable offerings with an array of modern amenities to suit your needs.

We look forward to your stay.

Robert and Michael