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Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn

Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn in Rhinebeck

Overview

Since before the Revolutionary War, the Beekman Arms has welcomed guests to the beauty of the Hudson Valley. The historic hotel in the Hudson Valley has operated continuously since 1766, retaining much of its colonial hotel charm and character, while offering modern conveniences. The complex includes the Delamater Inn and Conference Center, a collection of seven buildings, both old and new, that is located one block north of the main inn. The inn is the perfect base from which to explore the many historic and scenic sites of the surrounding area. Historic Rhinebeck is in the center of a National Historic Landmark District that encompasses nine fabulous estates, including those of the Vanderbilts, Mills, Roosevelts and Livingstons. The FDR Library and world-famous Culinary Institute of America are located in Hyde Park, just a few short minutes drive from the inn. Visit native wineries, pick your own produce or enjoy a Hudson River cruise.

The Continental Army drilled on the lawn and townspeople took refuge here when the British burned the state capital at Kingston, across the river.

Original Property Opened: 1766

Contact Information:
Street Address:
6387 Mill Street
Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

American Revolution, 1763 ~ 1783

Since before the Revolutionary War, the Beekman Arms has welcomed guests to the beauty of the Hudson Valley. The historic hotel in the Hudson Valley has operated continuously since 1766, retaining much of its colonial hotel charm and character, while offering modern conveniences.

Learn more about the History of Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn.


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