Beekman Arms and Rhinebeck

Maurice worked and lived in Poughkepsie, NY, for a couple of years, so knew this area of New York State fairly well. One place nearby he had heard of was the Beekman Arms, the oldest contiually operating Inn in the States. We booked a room there and enjoyed the area. I love the Hudson Valley area-so beautiful and green.

The sign out front. We didn’t get to stay in the old section but were in a new annex which was very nice.

While wandering around the cute town of Rhinebeck I saw a bride entering a church.

There was a cemetery by a church in Rhinebeck that reminded me a lot of the ones you see in England.

A comfy corner in the Inn.

8 thoughts to “Beekman Arms and Rhinebeck”

  1. Beautiful area along the Hudson – looks like you had good weather and lovely accommodations. Bet lots of memories for Maurice – Bob has worked in Poughkeepsie a lot over the years too – but we never lived there.

    Where are you off to next Linda? I’m visiting the NC mountains next month – staying in Asheville and meeting up with two blog friends! Then to Pennsylvania later for a weekend.

  2. Lovely. I want to be there, walk around, sit and read. Looks very relaxing. Hard to resist a wedding. Thanks for the photos.

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