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Reviewed 11 September 2018 via mobile

Once again the Suminski Innski did not disappoint. Tim is a warm,engaging host and the eclectic clientele can make for an enjoyable evening. Thanks Tim . It rained all day but if you enjoy art work or paperbacks, one could spend days searching out the Inn's treasures waiting to be dug up.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank Katholick
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Reviewed 20 April 2018 via mobile

I went to Bard College in the 90s so I’ve known the property and the owner, Tim, for a long time. I’ve always loved the Innski. So much so that I chose to live there this year! It’s a magical house in the perfect location. Tim is one of the nicest, most accommodating and friendliest people you might ever meet. The interior is filled with antiques and art, mingled with a jukebox, family style meals, and Bard students. Yes, what all the reviews said are true: it’s not your typical B & B. It can get a bit wild at times (college students live there). You might say things are “outdated,” or in need of a touch up. But the best thing about the Innski—and there are so many—is the vibe. The character and atmosphere. You will welcomed into the fold as if everyone there has always known you. You might end up joining a large group for Sunday brunch with music played by bard students. Or, you might end up talking over wine on the porch. All kinds of fascinating people come through here: artists, activists, writers, professors, world travelers, filmmakers, even someone who worked for President Obama! Yes, you will need to be somewhat independent and laid back because although everyone is very friendly, no one is going to wait on you hand and foot. You are a guest, but you’re also an equal. You become one of the family, of you choose to. For some, this is unnerving. But for most people who stay here (and I’ve seen dozens upon dozens), it is so much more than a place to stay. It’s a place you want to return to and will never forget. In a word: magical.

Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank Nicole D
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Reviewed 11 March 2018 via mobile

I always try to stay here. As my mother would say "its lived in" i love it here having grown up in the area. Wonderful to come back and reminisce with strangers, ha,ha. Igor is great, Ryan is great. Laid back atmosphere. It has plenty of character and charm.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank Katholick
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Reviewed 1 February 2018 via mobile

Appropriately Bardian

Had a great time, the host was full of good stories and the crowd that came through for a Sunday concert and brunch was a snapshot of the new Hudson valley.
Not a 5 star hotel, but better

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank dennisc0wley
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Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Ever read "Great Expectations"? Miss Haversham would love this place,cobwebs and all. Ever see "Sunset Boulevard"? Norma Desmond would feel at home. However, the Suminski Innski is not ready for its closeup, Mr. DeMille. Yes, Tim is friendly as is everyone else there. Yes, the view of the Hudson is glorious. Yes, the grounds are lovely. In fact the house is outstanding but remant and echoing of glory days in the past. I appreciate art and antiques and I am sure they are there but its hard to tell with so much dust, dirt and chaos! I appreciate the lovely Steinway being kept in tune. Thank you. As a musician I appreciate creativity and a loose structure but not in a banister of a steep and old staircase! Watch the buckled carpet 3rd step from the top!
Our room appeared clean as did the newly made bed. The bathroom needs a face lift and please bring your own amenities. There are none except for left over shampoo, body lotion, conditioner and oh yes, samples from various motels and hotels! As for the delicious breakfast, well, there was none. Some food was scattered on a table. I guess we were supposed to make our own. The whole staff was sleeping off a big party from the night before. The owner, Tim, did deduct that cost from our bill. If you know what to expect, it's one thing. I found the reviews to be misleading to say the least! Do not expect any semblance of a traditional B and B, if you choose to stay here. Bring a bar of soap, flip flops for the shower and your own hotel samples of shampoo...
Some reviewer mentioned it's like being in a friend's house. But friends don't charge
To stay at their house and make promises they don't keep. Sad, because that house could be spectacular as a real B and B. I grew up in the 60's. Operative word there, "grew". Suminski Innski is still there but not in its best representation. Go, but know what to expect.
Dance 10 Looks 3.

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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