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Warwick Valley Bed & Breakfast

Warwick Valley Bed & Breakfast

Warwick Valley Bed & Breakfast is located in the village of Warwick, New York, situated in the southeast part of town. The city of Warwick is best known for its Applefest, which attracts the upwards of 35,000 people annually. There are seven rooms in the bed and breakfast sitting on a half acre of land. Each room in the Colonial Revival home is decorated with historical themes such as French Provincial, English Original, and Old American. Breakfast is served daily, and free wireless internet is accessible throughout the entire property.


Warwick Valley Bed & Breakfast sits on half an acre of land, with seven rooms fitted throughout the property. Built in the early 1900s, this completely restored Colonial Revival home provided historical stays for its consumers. The Provincial Room, named after its French provincial furniture, provides a king-sized bed with a couch and an antique marble coffee table. A private bathroom and sitting area can be found in this room, to go along with a television with cable and complimentary WiFi. The Paisley Room, named for its paisley d├ęcor, provides a queen bed to go along with a antique wardrobe and a desk, as well as the same amenities offered in the Provincial Room.

The Ashley Room features a queen bed dressed with a flowered bedskirt, comforter and pillow shams that are decorated in pink and blues. An oak dresser and antique desk compliment the room, as well as a bathroom and TV. The Floridian Room is given a tropical feel, presented through various pictures and decorations. A California king bed is in the room, as well as a bathroom and TV. The Dutchess Room was named after the Dutch ancestry that is found in the owner, Loretta, as well as the royal feel that is presented in the room. A king sized bed, sitting area and desk are located in the room, as well as similar amenities provided in each room, largely a single bathroom and TV, both of which are complimentary to the stay. The Yesteryear room provides an antique feel with its metal framed queen bed, working gas fireplace, genuine antique furnishing and a bathroom for the guests to use. An additional fee is required for use of the fireplace.

Finally, the Loft Room is a third floor room that provides a queen sized bed as well as a window seal bed that goes along with a kitchenette, providing storage for food during the consumer's stay. The property offers breakfast every morning, serving items such as bacon, eggs, fresh fruit, and pancakes. All of the items are fresh from the farm as well as locally grown vegetables. Those with special dietary restrictions can request accommodations upon check in. Guests can eat in the formal dining area, or take their breakfast out on the covered porch bordered by original moldings. Nearby there are many apple orchards, museums, and antique shops.


The culture at Warwick Valley Bed & Breakfast is described as "welcoming to all types of people," as stated by owner Loretta Breedveld. Guests of the property mention the owner in their reviews, stating that, "Loretta is a wonderful, kind hostess who provides deluxe services to each of her guests." The cleanliness of the property is heavily mentioned in the reviews, stating that "the house is kept perfectly clean" as well as "provides a quality breakfast" to each of the consumers. The property provides a covered porch that guests can enjoy, something the owner mentions stands out from other lodging businesses. With the original molding still intact, the old 1900s Colonial Revival home provides authentic and restored history to each of the guests.

The property is within walking distance of the historic downtown Warwick village. In the village, guests will find several wineries, breweries and cideries for avid taste testers. Greenwood Lake, New York's largest body of fresh water, is a fifteen-minute drive from the property and offers a seven mile lake that borders the states of New York and New Jersey. Several apple orchards can be found within minutes of the property, including pick-your-own orchards, which allow guests to pick their own apples for their consumption. Warwick Valley, being a historical village, provides several antique shops for guests to browse and purchase. The Warwick Park Disc Golf Course, rated as one of the top disc golf courses in the area, is located within ten minutes of the property, providing a day-out experience for disc golfers.


Warwick Valley Bed & Breakfast originated in 1997, having been in the lodging industry for 23 years. Loretta Breedveld, who listed the house, fell in love with the property. After nine months of the property having been listed, Loretta decided to purchase the property herself. With a in-depth background on customer service, Loretta was able to transition to running her own bed and breakfast, which she has done ever since. Loretta has enjoyed giving guests the historical experience and show her love for the Warwick Valley Bed and Breakfast she has created.

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24 Maple Ave
Warwick, New York 10990
United States


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Loretta Breedveld

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