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History

 
 

ESTABLISHED IN 1747

The Stagecoach Inn, formerly known as Anthony Dobbin’s Stagecoach Inn, was built in 1747 almost entirely from materials procured from the very land on which it now stands and is one of the oldest operating inns in the country. The Inn has been fully restored to its former glory by Faith Ferguson, with nearly every part of the building and three plus acres of grounds has been restored and enhanced in a major restoration project.  Guests will enjoy the ambiance of its historic architecture combined with luxurious refined hospitality.

With five well-appointed guest rooms that afford modern comforts, a library, solarium, café, parlor rooms and five working fireplaces, the Inn is a place of tranquility that harkens back to a bygone era where you may cast aside the stresses of everyday life. Grab a book and relax in a comfortable nook with a cup of tea. Stroll the property, which includes three beautiful acres that are a perfect backdrop for outdoor weddings and events. Venture into the town to peruse antique shops or the Harness Racing Museum. Or use us as a home base from which you may enjoy all that the Hudson valley has to offer. Whatever your pleasure or occasion, come and enjoy one of the Hudson Valley’s premier inns.

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