Bed by the Stream is a cozy ranch house with a beautiful historic barn, situated on 5 acres of streamside property in the Hudson Valley. They are conveniently located in Ulster County on the border of Saugerties and Woodstock in upstate New York.
Their stunning, wooded property is surrounded on three side by the Plattekill Stream. Stop by anytime to walk in beautiful gardens and breathe the freash air of the country.
Enjoy an unforgettable hot country breakfast on their sun porch overlooking the stream. In summer cool off in their in-ground pool.
They are a non-smoking household that welcomes children and pets.They can even board horses, please call for details.
Bed by the Stream has two guest rooms, 3 efficiency apartments, and an 800 square foot luxury apartment with private deck and hot tub. Rooms have queen beds, cable television, and A/C. Apartments also feature mini kitchens and additional amenities. Prices are based on double occupancy. Bed by the Stream sleeps up to 18 people, and all 6 rooms may be booked.
Sunday thru Thursday; pay for 4, stay for 5.
WEDDINGS & REUNIONS
Their property is the perfect location for a country wedding or a family reunion "away from it all". They can arrange as much or as little of the event as you please; catering, DJ, tent rentals, limousine service, and more.
They happily perform weddings ceremonies for gay and lesbian marriages. Please call them to discuss your event, they'll be happy to assist you with planning and details.
Ulster County and the Hudson Valley are rich with things to do in every season, and there's no place that's more true than in and around Saugerties and Woodstock. Antique buffs are busy year round. Outdoor enthusiasts will love canoeing, tubing, tennis, golf, cycling, and horseback riding in the warmer months, skiing and snow tubing in the winter, and the most scenic hikes in the Northeast every season, with special vistas during autumn.
Visit Woodstock to shop or have a fireside dinner. This legendary artist colony offers unique stores featuring crafts of local origin. The entire area is known for its fine dining, owing to their proximity to the Cullinary Institute, and Saugerties and Woodstock each feature a quaint, small town movie theater.