This past fall I was tasked with finding a place for three couples to stay, in Hudson Valley. My husband and I are frequenters of the area and tend to gravitate to more secluded, cabin-like homes. The couples we traveled with were a little less anxious to be alone in the woods. This restored farmhouse in Germantown was the perfect middleground. At the end of Main Street, you have a nice (and quiet) view of the neighborhood. I made sure to wake early each morning to have coffee on the spacious front porch. The front yard is very large and great for play. The kitchen is so smartly appointed - everything you need for a stay, even if you plan on cooking and/or baking all your meals, was there. The table comfortably sat six adults and one child; we spent an entire evening enjoying cheese, wine and each other's company there. The bedrooms were immaculate and the beds/bedding very comfortable. The house was a perfect blend of barn-like character and modern touches. We were in need of nothing our entire stay. Otto's on Main Street was a great stop for breakfast and, if you choose to venture out, bigger towns like Hudson are just a short drive away. Kate was a friendly and communicative host who made sure we felt as though the place was ours. The only hint that someone lived downstairs was the (very welcoming) smell of fresh baking when we first arrived. I highly recommend the farmhouse for a stay - it was perfect for even us, a mixed group of varied ages with different preferences. Everyone in our party said they'd go back (and all of us dreamed of buying and restoring our own farmhouses one day). Well done, Kate!