Take a refreshing break from your everyday schedule of “must dos.” Relax and enjoy country comfort with a book or discover new and interesting activities and places to visit nearby. We are conveniently located in the center of all the best of things to experience in the Hudson Valley.
Stay at Twin Lakes Cottage--a private, immaculate, all season cottage, built in 2008, and located in a quiet rural neighborhood across from Long Lake. Clean, comfortable, and colorfully decorated with antique and modern furnishings, it offers a large, airy, loft bedroom with a new queen-sized bed, sitting area, and balcony facing the lake.
You will enjoy the use of a fully equipped kitchen (including glasses, dishes, utensils, coffee maker, cookware, and microwave) and combined dining and living room. The ground floor sitting room/study, with queen size sofa bed, opens onto a private patio--enjoy your morning coffee or stargaze at night. Free WiFi, good lighting and a desk area away from the central part of the cottage make it a great room to work in.
Your stay entitles you to access to two private beaches on a clear spring-fed lake that are an easy walk across the street. Enjoy a swim in its cool waters on a warm day. No motorboats allowed--but bring your kayaks! As the weather cools in the fall, you can sit by the shore and watch the brilliant colors of the leaves reflect off the water, or kayak through the fallen leaves floating on the lake.
Bard College is an ongoing cultural resource in our area. Visitors to the college and parents coming to see their children at school, find Twin Lakes Cottage to be a convenient and welcoming place to stay. For international guests, we have a French-speaking host available.
15 minutes from Bard College, Olana State Historic Site, Clermont State Park, and Montgomery Place. 20 minutes to Hudson and Rhinebeck. 5 miles to Taconic State Parkway.
20 minutes to Amtrak station in Hudson or Rhinecliff
TV with DVD player and movies
Linens and towels provided
Complimentary freshly ground coffee and regular and herb teas
Fridge with breakfast basics
Iron and ironing board
Collection of board games
Telescope (to view stars from the second floor balcony)
French speaking host available
Policies and Rates:
No smoking in cottage or on grounds ($200 cleaning fee for smoking violation)
No house parties
No pets (many of our guests have allergies to pets)
Balcony, stairs, and no yard make the location
not suitable for young children
This facility caters to adults—you must be at least 25 to rent
Check in is after 4 p.m. (special requests considered)
Check out is 11:00 a.m.
$200 per night--one or two people
$25 each additional person per night
Maximum 4 people
5 – 7 days stay, additional cleaning fee, $50
$1000 per week
$3000 per month
(multi-month package rentals considered)
8% NYS Sales Tax
Security deposit for monthly rental, $500, fully refunded at conclusion of occupancy, less any sums required to restore the property and/or furnishings, to their condition at the beginning of the rental term.
Deposit: ½ of the amount of total stay to hold reservation.
For week or weekend reservation, balance due one day before arrival.
Month or multiple months, balance due two weeks before arrival.
Form of payment accepted:
Discover, MasterCard, Visa, American Express
Refund policy for Cancellations:
For week or weekend reservation, two weeks notice for full reimbursement.
Less than two weeks, 50% unless the cottage is rebooked during that time.
For stay of one month or more, one month prior notice of cancellation for full refund. Two weeks notice or more, 50%. No refunds for shorter cancellation periods unless the cottage is rebooked during that time.
We are located halfway between Hudson and Rhinebeck. The Rhinebeck area features historic Beekman Arms, the oldest Inn in America. Also Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Omega Institute, Rhinebeck Tennis Club, Dutchess County Fairgrounds and a wonderful assortment of restaurants and shops. The Culinary Institute of America is 15 minutes south of Rhinebeck.
The Hudson River is 5 miles from our door. More than a river, it is a tidal estuary, 315 miles long and averages 1 mile wide. Beautiful to look at, it also provides kayaking, boating, wind surfing, riverboat tours, lighthouse tours and shore side restaurants and parks. On it's banks reside the only historic manoral estates in America.
Hudson, to the north, hosts fine art galleries, many antique stores, a vibrant artist's community, music and art festivals and an eclectic array of restaurants. It’s a short drive to Lake Taghkanic State Park, Olana and Clermont State Historic Sites. Enjoy a scenic drive to the Book Barn, a beautiful old 2-story barn in the woods, full of old and unusual books for great prices. Take bike tours on scenic secondary paved roads, walking and biking on the Rail Trail, kayaking lakes, rivers, and streams, golf courses, farm markets and pick-your-own-fruit farms. We are within an hour of Hunter Mountain, Catamount, and Jiminy Peak ski resorts.
Take a day tour of quaint historic villages and towns. The colors of the leaves are breathtaking in the fall. After all that activity, if you prefer, you can enjoy the colors by just looking out the door!
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