The Bricktown Inn was lovely. We were gratuitously welcomed by Michelle and Joe. Their house is beautiful with a spectacular piano, that made me wish I knew how to play. The wood finish on the piano was so magnificent, you could see yourself in its reflection. The decor and conversation pieces were tastefully displayed around the house, including Michelle’s wedding dress. Our room was clean and comfortable and included a small decanter for a night cap. Breakfast was delicious and gourmet served on fine gold rimmed rose painted dishes. Michelle and Joe gave us wonderful suggestions on where to dine in town, where to go antiquing and where to buy pastries. We highly recommend the Bricktown Inn.
We stayed overnight at a wonderful old house in the Middle of Haverstraw. The inside was beautifully decorated with Family Heirlooms and the beginnings of the Holiday season. Michelle and Joe were very gracious, and we spent some time with them in the living room, just chatting like we had known each other for many years. Homemade cookies were available for the munching at night or with coffee in the Morning. The room was beautifully arranged and we did not even miss not having a TV!!. Morning breakfast was delicious with lots of homemade items and courses. I would go there again just for the Morning meal. If you get the opportunity to stay there - do it. Michelle and Joe have lived in the area their whole life and make you feel like you have too. Bill and Judi
After doing alot of research on bedandbreakfast.com, we found Bricktown Inn. Although, the Inn is very charming, the surrounding area, was not as inviting. Unfortunately we were there on a Monday evening, but also a holiday, so Haverstraw downtown was pretty much closed, but it was even uncomfortable walking through the town. We had to drive to find a restaurant, instead of within walking distance, which was the main reason we wanted to stay here. The host was out of town, but a wonderful lady (her name eludes me right now) was caring for the inn. She did a wonderful job and made a yummy breakfast the next morning. The only other negative was the train being so close. I had read this in prior reviews, although didnt realize how often the train travels in the evening. We really should have taken the hostess up on the ear plugs. The Inn is very charming, and enjoyed the brandy in the room for the evening sips. The following day, we went to West Point for a wonderful tour and then had to leave. We do thank you for a nice visit.
The Bricktown Inn is a classic period house that Michelle and Joe have kept in pristine condition. Spacious rooms, private bath, high ceilings, central air, amazing breakfasts, good company. I recommend it to anyone looking for a quick getaway from the city or looking to be close to the Hudson and Bear Mountain. 5 stars!
My wife and I dropped in for a weekend getaway to celebrate our anniversary and we're blown away by how put together the whole experience was: the owners Michelle and Joe, met us warmly; the room was perfect down to the last detail; the house and common areas meticulous. Breakfast was delicious with plenty of coffee. The opulent front porch invites relaxation. We found a nice restaurant just a short walk from the house and spent the next day antiquing and thrifting - and craft beering! - in nearby Tarrytown. Highly recommended!
Bricktown Inn was very nice! The owners are very kind and thoughtful. Plus the place is very clean! The room my wife and I stayed in was cozy and had every convenience I hoped for. I will recommend this B&B to friends if they are staying for a night. Not sure if I'd want to stay for 2 or more nights. The surrounding neighborhood is a bit chaotic and cumbersome. The community presents itself as a little unsafe and unmaintained. But that's just being picky. Despite that the Bricktown Inn was great!
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Bricktown Inn. Our hosts were most gracious. We wanted to hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail that runs near the town. They drove with us so we could drop our car off at one end of the trail, then drove us to the trailhead. As longtime residents of the area they provided excellent suggestions for places to eat and things to do. The food was excellent and freshly prepared for each breakfast. Overall a great experience, and we would definitely come back again.
This is a lovingly restored building that makes you feel part of living history! Michelle & Joe are wonderful hosts. We felt so welcomed, and enjoyed their passion for BrickInn, Haverstraw & the amazing Hudson valley. Thank you!
Charming Inn with accommodating and gracious hosts. Room was comfortable, clean and quaint. Breakfast were delicious. Fresh cookies in the sunroom every day and lots of reading material, nice garden out back. We took a long walk down to the river that was very enjoyable. This is really the only B&B in this area and we would stay again !
We first stayed at the Bricktown Inn in 2010, and returned for a night in route to New England. Our stay was just as enjoyable this time as on our first. Michelle and Joe are very attentive and gracious hosts, and made us feel at home. Our rooms both were beautiful, comfortable, and immaculately clean. Michelle provided wine glasses and an appetizer when we shared a bottle of wine with a fellow guest in the parlor, for a most pleasant happy hour. Although we remarked about how pleasant sipping wine on the front porch had been on our first (warm weather) visit. They then recommended an excellent place for dinner only a couple of blocks away. Breakfast in the morning was delicious and plentiful. We would highly recommend a stop at Bricktown Inn!
The minute we walked in the door we felt welcomed. Michelle and Joe treat you like family. The room was spacious and clean. The house was beautiful inside and out. Breakfast was delicious There is so many good restaurants in the area. We will be defiantly staying here again.
My boyfriend and I stayed at Bricktown Inn for 2 nights while visiting the Hudson Valley for some Halloween Fun. The Inn is kept beautifully and the inn-keepers Michelle and Joe were wonderful hosts. From really nice rooms, to delicious breakfast and cozy hang out spots around the house, we really enjoyed the stay. As a note, the train is right in the back of the house and runs quite often so it does get loud, but being used to NYC noise, we were fine and slept well. For the guests, the Inn does have white noise machines and ear-plugs but we were OK without them. We would stay there again.
We had a nice stay at the Bricktown Inn. Michelle and Joe are very good hosts. Very welcoming and sociable and good senses of humor. Our room was comfortable and well appointed. Michelle's breakfasts are the best and quite tasty. She knows how to cook and bake. She recommended restaurants in walking distance and you won't be disappointed in the food. The train came by a few times, but we didn't feel that it was a problem. Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow are close by, across the river. West Point is very close by and you will not be disappointed with a visit there. We highly recommend this as a place stay when you are visiting the Hudson Valley.
If you are staying in the area this is a wonderful, charming and comfortable B&B. The owners were very gracious hosts and the location is close to both Harriman and Bear Mtn State Parks. Cold Spring and West Point are only 30 minutes away. Enjoy!
We stayed for 2 nights August 17, 2016. Michelle & Joe were great. The house was beautiful and immaculate. Breakfasts were lovely. Joe went out of his way to drive us to a hiking starting point. Michelle and Joe couldn't have been nicer. We look forward to a stay in the future!