Experience the pleasures of early 19th-century living at our romantic New York State inn. Our sun-filled parlor with its ten-foot ceiling, sunflower yellow walls, and damask curtains features an Italian marble-trimmed fireplace, Hudson River School landscape painting by Jasper Cropsey, a Victorian sofa, and comfortable chairs.

In the Parlor, you will find an array of drinks and goodies which are available to our guests 'round the clock. Starting with the Keurig coffee maker and our vast assortment of coffees, teas, cider, and hot cocoa, you are sure to find something to warm you up. If it’s a soda, iced tea, or tall glass of water you’d rather have, well we have that, too!

We dare you to try to leave the room without trying one of Dena or Meagan's baked goodies - go ahead, we dare you! Then, there is always the candy treats that you'll find laying around.

Why stay at impersonal Hudson Valley hotels? At Caldwell House, you are welcome to make yourself at home. The living room with its soft blue walls and damask curtains also has a ten-foot ceiling with an unusual curved back wall, an Italian marble-trimmed coal-burning fireplace, sofa, art work by Robert Gould, a Victorian melodeon, a wonderful sound system which plays all sorts of beautiful music throughout the day, and assorted mahogany furniture. Relax, read, plan your day, or meet guests who come in from around the world. We have stocked the rooms with all sorts of games ranging from cards, to checkers and chess, backgammon, Risk, Scrabble and many more. Enjoy genuine hospitality and thoughtfully appointed lodging accommodations while exploring Bear Mountain, West Point, Cornwall, and the rest of the lower Hudson Valley.