7 Miles to Kingston
Marbletown, New York
A Glimpse at the property
This 300-year-old colonial stone house on a six-acre estate has been expertly restored to offer up to eight guests luxury lodging in the Hudson Valley. Featuring both intimate accommodation and two onsite rustic-style barns, it’s an idyllic destination for everything from small family getaways to large-scale events.
Located literally seven miles from Kingston and 90 miles north of New York City, this stylish abode is your gateway to the Catskills; a remarkable mountainous region renowned for its natural grandeur.
Spanning six acres of verdant land, 7 Miles to Kingston was built by a cattle farmer before being lovingly transformed into an inn, family home and now luxury rental.
Injected with a new lease of life, 7 Miles to Kingston now features four individually-designed guest rooms including a master, accessed via its own separate stairway, with an open layout bathroom and clawfoot tub. In the guest wing are a further three rooms; two queen and a twin. On the ground floor are three restored fireplaces; a comfortably spacious kitchen with modern conveniences; a dining room with space for 14 guests; a sun room with dining table; and a cosy living room with a Vico Magistretti for Cassina leather sofa and video projector.
At the back of the house is an outdoor patio, gas grill BBQ, saltwater swimming pool and loungers, perfect for rustic outdoor entertaining and relaxing. Also on the property and taking full advantage of the nature-surrounded setting are two reclaimed barns, perfect for private events, weddings and celebrations. At the edge of the property is Esopus Creek, where guests can fish or kayak.
An effortless blend of the old and new, 7 Miles to Kingston stays true to its historical roots whilst providing welcoming lodging for today’s contemporary travellers.
Photo Credit: Clemens Kois
Amenities & Services
Outdoor Pool (unheated and seasonal)
Pool Solar Cover
Grill: Gas & Charcoal
Projector & Screen: Cable TV, Netflix, Amazon
Energy-Efficient Heating and Cooling System
Cell Service: Adequate