My wife and I and her nephew and his girlfriend (visiting from Florida) stayed a night at the Arbor B&B this past weekend so we could show them around some of our favorite places in the Hudson Valley and go snow tubing as well. The Arbor is a quaint 1890 house and has very clean and charming rooms with beautiful wood plank floors. Beds are firm and comfortable. Since we were two couples, we shared a bathroom, which is also very clean and has great water pressure. We stayed in the Yellow and Green rooms. It's a quiet place and the owner, Nancy, is very nice and accommodating.
Breakfast was outstanding consisting of two over-easy eggs with herbs and spinach with home made bread and butter and pumpkin coffee crumb cake. Coffee and tea as well.
What's also great about staying at the Arbor B&B is its location:
You can walk down the street to the tiny town of High Falls, NY where there's a restaurant called the Egg's Nest. There's also other seasonal restaurants and great antique shops, as well as the historic D&H Canal Museum and 19th Century canal ruins you can tour. There's also an 18th Century building called the DePuy House which is also a restaurant. There's also a big waterfall which you can walk to (15 min) from the Arbor B&B.
Mohonk Mountain Lodge is a 20 minute drive. You can pay 20 bucks for a day to hike the Mohonk trails and walk through this historic landmark.
Minnewaska State Park is a 30 minute drive. Great hiking and mountain biking spot, hike or bike to spectacular 180 degree panoramic views.
The historic town of Kingston, NY is a 30 minute drive as well as New Paltz, NY, another historic town with 18th Century landmark buildings.
Sawkill Family Ski Center is a 25 minute ride. Great for snow tubing and beginner skiing and snowboarding. Bigger ski places are maybe another 20-25 minutes away.
We highly recommend staying at the Arbor B&B!!!