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Recent Hudson Valley reviews

  • Rustic romantic get away

    "A lovely little winter get away on a farm. The yurt is unique and well insolated. Kitchen equipment is basic (and from the 70s) but works just fine. Beth is quite helpful the animals are friendly though unless your dog is used to farm animals I strongly recommend keeping them on leash. Also the yurt does smell a bit from the gas fireplace and oven. Overall i found the yurt to be private and romantic and we plan to come back. Oh and is snowed but the streets were well plowed."
    Guest: Rischa g. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 26, 2015
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  • Great secret!

    "What a great place! Quiet, easy, beautiful--a real find. Wish we'd known about this wonderful place during the last four years our son was in college--we'd stayed here every time!"
    Guest: melanie r. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 28, 2014
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  • Loved this place!

    "We just used this home for our family reunion and can recommend it heartily. It was spacious, clean, comfortable and charming. The cousins never got bored, between taking the paddle boat or canoe out, playing air hockey, billiards, swimming in the pool or playing hide and go seek all over the house. The kitchen is spacious and well stocked. We had J&J Gourmet from Red Hook cater our evening meals...they were helpful, timely, responsive, reasonably priced and the meals were quite delicious and varied. We all agreed that we'd look forward to using them again in the future!"
    Guest: Mary P. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 14, 2014
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  • Great getaway

    "We stayed in the house for a week in late September. The place was perfect. Situated down a long, wooded and windy road, the house feels like it's in the middle of nowhere, which is great if you're trying to get out of the city for a weekend or just want to be alone. It's walking distance from town and only a few miles from some beautiful state parks. The living room is cozy, quaint and charming in a pastoral way. We lit the fireplace on cooler nights and for a minute, thought we'd never go back home. The large, screened porch is nice for nights when you want to relax outside and listen to the coyotes howling in the distance; It's otherworldly. Personally, this reviewer can't wait to get back up there. In addition, the owners are friendly, accommodating, and communicative. Highly recommended."
    Guest: PT Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 7, 2014
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New City Travel Tips

New City Vacation Rentals Offer the Best Location for Your Visit

New City, New York is located in Rockland County, in the Hudson Valley area. There are several landmarks and places of interest to visit on your stay in New City, as well as area attractions, museums, parks, and wineries. You can enjoy your visit further by staying in a New City vacation rental.

Hudson Valley Cabins Keep You in the Vicinity of Several Attractions and Activities

The Hudson Valley area town of New City has several landmarks and places of interests you'll want to see during your visit. Coe's Tavern was the encampment of Continental Army Troops on two occasions including Major Tallmadge and his dragoons. Cropsey Farm is one of five remaining vegetable and fruit farms in Rockland County. Dutch Garden is a memorial to the county's early settlers, designed in 1933–34, and was a winner of Better Homes and Gardens magazine's "Garden of the Year."

The Jacob Blauvelt Farmhouse is a Dutch colonial style farmhouse that was built in 1882. Among other activities here, you can view cooking demonstrations on an open fireplace, visit the site's museum, check out the herb garden, and take a walk along the nature trail. The New Hampstead Church was the first English-speaking church established in the county. Other historical markers you may wish to visit are Collyer Farm Pond and New City Park, H.R. Stevens House, and the Jacob Blauvelt House.

New City Vacation Homes Feature the Best Location, Space, and Amenities

By staying in a New City vacation rental, you'll be close to all of the activities the area has to offer, while having a place to come back to that is spacious, comfortable, and full of the comforts of home.

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