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I was very excited to spend a few days in Rhinebeck, NY whilst visiting our daughter at Bard College. Given that the Beekman Arms Inn is the "Oldest Inn in America," I was certain, especially given the price, that it would be an outstanding example...More
My family and I have visited the restaurant inside the Inn several times over the past few years and always enjoyed our experience. Not sure what happened since our last visit, but our recent experience was not enjoyable. Upon arriving into the Inn, we inquired...More
I stay here a couple of time of year when in the area on business. There are several properties that are part of Beekman Arms, some in a different block. Each room is different. There is no elevator, this is an old inn, rich in...More
We just celebrated my mothers 90th birthday at the Beekman Arms(the oldest inn in America). There were about 60 people there. The food was very good and the
service was excellent.
I would recommend this place for larger parties in a minute. They have a...More
Stayed in the Beekman Arms, and liked my room. It is definitely a hotel for those who enjoy historic properties. My room was on the third floor, no elevator, so glad I packed light. I loved the wide plank floors, even tho some were far...More