Nature-lovers’ Retreat for Two

Queen bed with cream bedspread and pillows with shams, wood cabinets on both sides with shelves, sink in wood stand, dog on carpet


We’ve got the perfect getaway for couples or individuals looking for socially distanced vacation: 

Our Eco-cottage (which sleeps two) is available for stays both short and long.  It provides a sustainable accommodation for those looking to reduce their carbon footprint. It is private and comfortable and has good WIFI.

shower room with black walls and white horizontal stripe of tile half way up the wall. Water running form shower head

The list of environmental features is long:

– Local sustainability: all wood harvested locally, within 100 miles of our home
– The chalk boards used in the shower walls are resourced from a school across the river
– All plumbers, stonemasons, carpenters and electrical tradesmen live in the county
– Reused wooden windows and sink also locally sourced
– Insulation made of recycled cotton denim
– Fuel efficient monitor heater used to heat the 15’x10′ space
– Water is solar heated
– Paints are all low VOC’s and some are milk paint from our own dyes and milk
– Toilet is a Clivus Multrum – NYS building code approved and odor free
– Air Conditioner is top rated energy star Friedrich air conditioner
white toilet with garbage can beside, closet with yellow robe hanging, towel rack with white towelsWindows open with screens in summer
– Chemical-free cleaning products for laundry and general cleaning
– Natural fiber bedding, rugs and window coverings
– Organic breakfast include in your stay.
– Dinner is optional
– We serve organic food grown on our farm
– Tranquility – the cottage is separate from the B&B, which makes the space very peaceful and private (nice for those traveling with babies)
– The price: $175.00/night, which includes breakfast, use of pool and property

blue cottage with many windows and flowers in vase on ledge, sign with text "A house is more than just protection from the elements"


Swim in the salt-water pool, nap in the shade-covered hammocks, learn the rhythms of our bucolic life, and lose yourself in all the flora and fauna of summer thyme in the Hudson Valley.

Call 518-672-5623 for more information.

Your host,
Mary Koch