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Not worth the price for a simple farm house. Linens/towels are dated and worn. Quiet, as we were the only guests. The culinary experience was good but again not worth anywhere near the price. I feel more than a little used paying over $800 for...More
My mom and I stayed here when visiting the CIA, and had a great time. Valerie, the owner, was especially kind and accommodating of our requests (early breakfast, particular food items), and even offered to give us a lift to our class. She made us...More
Aside from the trailer park decor and the sump pump that went thump - thump- thump all night long - it was overpriced and under heated . So my advice is try another location. The only advantage is proximity to the Culinary Institute of America...More
4 Thank Brad N
Response from champagne53, Owner at Le Petit Chateau InnResponded 1 December 2013
Goodness trailer decor! Well in the business of hospitality, whether it be restaurants or lodging, one has learned that you simply can't please everyone. The inn is quite lovely and it is warm and charming. We always show the guests how to regulate the thermostats...More
My boyfriend and I stayed here during the fall for one night. It's a lovely house and in a great location for seeing the sites of Hyde Park. For $200+ a night after taxes though, it didn't seem worth it in our opinion.
Lovely, charming B&B. secluded and comfortable. Greatly located right across the street from the CIA! Perfect ! And very close to the town of rhinebeck & many historic landmarks. The breakfast was cooked & served by a former CIA student & chef. Delicious! If you...More
2 Thank Muppets13
Response from champagne53, Owner at Le Petit Chateau InnResponded 14 November 2013
Thank you so much for taking the time to review the inn. I have always though Hyde park is centrally located to wonderful restaurants and sights! The Walkway across the Hudson is a mere three miles, FDR's libray one mile, Vanderbilt, three miles. Even to...More