See why so many travellers make Rhinebeck Village Inn their inn of choice when visiting Rhinebeck. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Rhinebeck Village Inn provide air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free internet access.
Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Rhinebeck Village Inn.
While visiting Rhinebeck, you may want to try some fish and chips at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Terrapin or Liberty.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Wilderstein Historic Site.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Rhinebeck Village Inn as you experience all of the things Rhinebeck has to offer.
During my initial conversation with this motel they informed me that we would need to check-in at a different location because the office on-site was currently unmanned. That seemed reasonable at the time as we are into the second spring of covid travel. I asked if we could pick up the key earlier in the day so that we would not need to make several stops after dark. When we arrived at the Rhinebeck Village Inn (Motel) late in the evening the site was completely dark. No lights in the parking lot. No lights near the room doors. No lights on the walkways. Rhinebeck Village Inn (Motel) looked abandoned like a haunted or derelict building. My husband wanted to leave immediately, but it was late and a weekend, and we had the keys to our two rooms. I was too tired to take a chance on trying to find another place to stay at that hour on the weekend. After maneuvering our vehicle to aim the headlights at the exterior doors and sidewalks in order to see the room numbers, the keys wouldn’t work and we were getting ready to leave in frustration. Then finally he was able to get one door open and then the other. Still without light, he parked the vehicle properly so that anyone else who might arrive could park in a normal fashion. We then proceeded to unpack our bags. While my head was in the vehicle my 84-year-old father in law, seeing the light now on in what was to be his room, began to walk in the direction of the room. In the darkness between the parking space and the room (All of 15ft) he fell over a knee-high boulder. He bruised and gashed his knee, luckily, he didn’t crack a rib or his head. My husband called the main site and reported the incident and asked to please send bandages. When the staff person arrived, she unlocked the unmanned office and turned on all of the walkway lighting. She immediately exclaimed that she would have an electrician fix the timer problem. Never an apology for the darkness or the injury. The room itself, mediocre at best. I didn’t expect much, we just needed a place to lay our head for one night. The room was very worn even for the number, but clean. We travel to this area of upstate New York a lot for family and fun. We will never stay here again. It is not worth it.…
We recently stayed at the Rhinebeck Village Inn. We live in the Hudson Valley, however my husband was scheduled for an early surgery at Northern Dutchess Hosp. Due to inclement weather we decided to stay nearby. We searched local lodging. The Inn had mixed reviews, however it was in our budget. We were surprising pleased to find the Rm warm, clean, quiet, & the bedding comfy. The hot water was instantaneous & plentiful. An added perk is a complimentary continental bkfst at the historic Beekman Arms. I definitely wouldn’t hesitate to recommend The Rhinebeck Village Inn.
If you don't need to be in the middle of town, i.e. the Beekman Arms or the Delameter, (all three owned by the same company), the Village Inn is a more reasonable alternative. Breakfast is included until 9:30 am but it's at the Beekman, which is 0.6 miles away to the north. I walked it several times just to get some exercise. It's not fancy. If you traveled in the 60's and 70's the decor here will be familiar. The rooms are large and comfort is OK - no real problems. Just be prepared to settle for a lower quality motel style place to sleep.
Clearly, the Village Inn does not have the charm of a Beekman Arms (its owner) or one of the romantic B and B’s in the vicinity, but c’mon, how often do you get to stay in a quaint little motel these days? It’s retro in a different way. The Village Inn is clean and has comfortable beds. That should su
We had a reservation at Beckman Arms Inn for Saturday night - which mysteriously morphed into this place .6 mi down the road. The “cold continental breakfast” was not appealing enough to stay - place was not nice and somewhat creepy. We did get a refund - but not going to ever return.