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Inn at Stony Creek Bed and Breakfast

Inn at Stony Creek Bed and Breakfast

The Inn at Stony Creek Bed and Breakfast, located in Warwick, New York, sits on 10 acres of land. The seven guest rooms offered are available throughout the year, and patrons of the establishment are provided with private bathrooms, sitting areas in each room, cable, movies, wifi, air conditioning, and snack plates in their rooms. The home was originally built in the 1840s, and the owner describes the décor style as "a Greek revival farmhouse." Breakfast is served each morning and can either be brought to each individual room or served in the dining room. During fair weather, breakfast is served on the outdoor patio. There are generally four options for guests to pick from for their meal, such as eggs benedict, burritos, omelets, waffles, or pancakes. The owners of the inn hope that their guests can feel happy and relaxed during their stay at the property.


Situated on 10 acres of land in Warwick, New York, the Inn at Stony Creek Bed and Breakfast is a "Greek revival farmhouse," as described by the owner, painted white with black trim. The acreage is home to the bed and breakfast, as well as a pond with ducks and geese. Located on the grounds is a hay field with trails that lead around the field to a bird preserve. During the winter season, cross-country skiing may be an option for guests who bring their equipment. There is also a vegetable garden, chicken coop, and duck house on the property. The area surrounding the inn is "very safe," according to the owner, and he recommends that patrons bring their bicycles to ride on the relatively flat roads near the home. Visitor's bikes can be stored either in their rooms or underneath the deck of the establishment. 

All seven of the rooms at the bed and breakfast have specific names and décor themes, either more "modern" or "antique" in style, according to Bill, the owner. The units' names are The Americana Suite, Mt. Adam Room, Sam Houston, The Patriot Room, The Lexington Room, Fox and Hound Suite, and the Appalachian Room. Bill notes that the two most popular rooms tend to be the Americana Suite and the Mt. Adams Room. There are a few factors that Bill reports as the reasons behind them being popular, namely their size and the handicap-accessible nature of these rooms. Each room has an electronic fireplace, ensuite bathroom, sitting area, air conditioning, and snack plates. Some of the rooms have jacuzzi tubs. 

The home has many areas where guests can relax during their time at the inn. The front porch has rocking chairs, and there is a breakfast bar in the dining room that has cookies, coffee, tea, juice, and sodas available for patrons throughout the day. Also located inside is an office area with a library of albums and DVDs that can be borrowed. Inside the office, there are hats and mugs for sale as memorabilia items for guests.

Each morning, guests have the option of coming to breakfast in the dining room or having their meal delivered to their room. With various options for their meal, patrons pick off a menu, and breakfast is made to order for them. Options rotate between meals such as stuffed French toast, waffles, pancakes, eggs benedict, omelets, or burritos. When visitors reserve their room, they are asked to indicate if any accommodations need to be made for their meal. Bill says that "whatever their allergy is, we can work around it."


Guests who have stayed previously at the Inn at Stony Creek Bed and Breakfast have often commented on the breakfast served each morning, the hospitality of Bill and Joe, and the ambiance of the establishment. One said, "the grounds were peaceful, and their home was pretty. The fresh eggs from their chickens are added to the breakfast in the morning. The owners were attentive, always checking to see if all was good and if we needed anything." Bill hopes that while his guests are at the inn, they are able to relax and be happy. He tries to provide this experience by focusing on the ambiance of the building, lighting candles in the evening and stringing lights in the trees. He also recommends places in the area to eat and visit.
Bill reports that the bed and breakfast is "right in the middle of everything," referring to activities in the area that guests can participate in. There are multiple wineries, breweries, distilleries, drive-in movie theaters, and hiking trails within a fairly short distance of the establishment. For patrons looking for outdoor activities, Herriman State Park, the Hudson River, and Greenwood Lake are all relatively close to the bed and breakfast, providing various activities such as hiking, boating, and fishing. The Woodbury Common Outlet is a shopping center nearby that Bill reports a fair amount of visitors visit during their stay. Some restaurants in the area that guests have enjoyed and that Bill recommends include the Landmark Inn, Grappa, and the Old Stone Inn.

The Inn at Stony Creek is available year-round for reservation, and the owner reports that the busiest time of year is from May 31st through October 31st due to the weather. While staying at the bed and breakfast, there are policies in place that guests are asked to abide by. Namely, there are no pets allowed at the inn, as well as no children under 12 years old. There is also no smoking allowed in the home.


Originally built in 1840, the home was used as a farmhouse for a dairy farm that encompassed 10 acres of land. In 1860, the home was added onto, and then again in 2009 when Bill built another addition. He says that, although the home has had multiple additions, "it all looks like it has been here forever."

Bill has owned the Inn at Stony Creek Bed and Breakfast for over 25 years, having purchased it In 1994. With a background in human resources and real estate, Bill, with his partner, Joe, has worked to restore the home and give guests the opportunity to stay and enjoy the inn. Opening the bed and breakfast after purchasing the property required multiple renovations and updates to be done to the home, such as the addition of updated electricity, seven bathrooms, two porches, a deck, a garden, chicken and duck houses, and putting an addition on the home with a great room and two additional bedrooms. Bill hopes that those who come to the inn can "experience yesteryear with all modern amenities."

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34 Spanktown Road
Warwick, New York 10990
United States


Greek Revival Farmhouse


Bill Signor

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