Rhinebeck, NY, USA (town)

Rhinebeck, NY, USA (town)

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 310 vacation rentals near Rhinebeck. From 179 houses to 25 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Rhinebeck for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Old-world character, done New York-style

If the incredible views don't grab you, the charming neighbors definitely will. There's something almost magical about Rhinebeck, a quaint New York village brimming with character and personality at every turn. Equally historic and sophisticated, it's the place to visit if you're seeking a little bit of everything. When you book a Rhinebeck vacation rental, you'll experience it all: the echoes of eras past, modern-day style, fresh air, and the great outdoors. Whether you're traveling solo or with the family, you'll appreciate Rhinebeck's versatility.

Old-time charm in utterly charming Rhinebeck

Capturing old-timey charm, Rhinebeck's boutiques are as whimsical as the city's streets. If you're more about nightlife, pop into one of the city's taprooms or underground bars for some live music and drinks. If you're excited to explore the area, a bus or walking tour of the Hudson Valley is a must. Rhinebeck also hosts many family-friendly festivals throughout the year, celebrating everything from crafts to wine to bacon. If you need a little TLC, escape your Rhinebeck vacation rental and stop by one of the area's many luxurious spas.

Pieces of history here, there and everywhere

If you're curious about where you're staying, pop over to the Museum of Rhinebeck History to delve deep into the area's past. Set in a 19th-century country house, the impressive Wilderstein is another historic museum worth visiting, if only for the immaculate mansion setting. Those with an appreciation for transportation will love the Trolley Museum of New York, which is home to the PATH car 143, salvaged from the World Trade Center in 2001. Vintage aircraft are on display at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, and many of them still operate on weekends during air shows.

Grab your skis and a hat... you're headed to Rhinebeck

From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, Rhinebeck doesn't disappoint when it comes to its 4 seasons. If you've booked a Rhinebeck vacation rental in the summer, expect some pleasant warmth. Average highs are in the mid-80s. It's equally pleasant in the spring, albeit with a slight chill in the air. If you prefer a chillier day, don't fretÑyou'll enjoy plenty in the winter, when temperatures drop to the low 20s. Snowfall in Rhinebeck averages roughly 50 inches a year, which is significantly more than the average American city. Grab your parka, your skis, and go!

In the shadows of the Catskills

It's no surprise that Rhinebeck is so charming. The quaint village measures about 1.5 square miles in total. Located in Dutchess County, it's part of the Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown metropolitan area. The US 9 highway runs through it, providing quick access to other parts of the state. The entire region is framed by the majestic Catskill Mountains. The open fields here provide breathtaking spots to catch the sunrise or sunset, and if you look closely enough you might even catch a glimpse of the Hudson River shimmering in the distance.