ROOMS & RATES
INN ROOMS AND RATES
Danskammer House offers multiple options for making a reservation and accepts multiple forms of payment.
From this website, you can book directly online via our “Check Availability” button, which can be found on the home page, after each suite description, and on the site map.
If you prefer the innkeepers’ assistance, simply click the button labeled “reserve directly with innkeeper”, which will take you to our email contact form. Please include your choice of guest suite, your desired reservation dates, and your email address and phone number. The innkeepers will get back to you with confirmation of your accommodations and will explain the downpayment criteria and acceptable forms of payment.
Alternately, simply call us at (845) 236-9836, and we can explore room choices at Danskammer House and respond to other logistical questions you may have. The innkeepers always welcome preliminary phone calls with future guests in order to help you plan a comfortable stay at Danskammer House and memorable experiences in the Hudson Valley.
Other booking alternatives include many leading online travel aggregators, such as Booking.Com, Bed&Breakfast.Com, AirBnB.Com, TripAdvisor.Com, and the wide range of Expedia.Com’s family of travel companies.
Danskammer House accepts most major credit cards, as do the online travel aggregators. Danskammer itself will accept cash and checks.
It is Danskammer House policy to take a 50% deposit upon booking. At departure, guests pay the balance due. Please be aware of Danskammer’s cancellation policy. Up to five days before scheduled arrival, guests may cancel without penalty if they call the innkeepers directly. The deposit will be refunded, but there will be a $25 cancellation fee. If a cancellation is made less than five days before arrival, the deposit will be forfeited and a $25 cancellation fee will be taken.
Guests may choose from five guest suites, all offering a comfortable bedroom, a closet with luggage rack, clothing hangers, and storage boxes for organizing guest belongings, and a freshly updated, upscale bathroom.
All guest rooms accommodate double occupancy with a range of king, queen or long twin bed options. Each suite also includes a table suitable for writing or computing, two comfortable reading chairs, night stands or console tables, and lamps. With multiple windows, each suite benefits from diffused Hudson Valley natural light filtering through newly replaced, fully operable windows and wooden blinds. Bedroom furnishings feature sturdy, elegantly simple Amish furniture, oriental rugs overlaying original wide, knotty pine floors, and printed fabrics echoing the color palette inspired by the Hudson River School painting featured in each guest suite.
All bathrooms are organized around a common set of bath fixtures and play off themes and variations of a core set of design principles. Variously bathed in warm, neutral shades of cream, beige, gray, or taupe, each bathroom features patterned Italian tile floors, subway-tiled, walk-in showers, granite-topped sinks, white porcelain fixtures, and chrome accessories. The private bathrooms also are equipped with powerful, but quiet ventilation units and individually controlled energy-boost heaters (except on the first floor, where the suite is tied into the central HVAC system). Four bathrooms have fully operable windows to introduce exterior light and fresh air into the environment. The fifth bathroom, which is without an exterior window, borrows filtered light from its adjacent bedroom through a cleverly designed transom window.