Welcome to Willow Vale House

Willow Vale House is a rustic, charming, and serene Eyebrow Colonial farmhouse on 6.8 acres, located on an idyllic country road in beautiful Dutchess County. Just two hours from New York City and 35 minutes to the town of Hudson, Willow Vale is the perfect weekend getaway in the Hudson Valley.

We’re currently accepting bookings for Winter and Spring. Visit our Airbnb listing for more information and to book a stay.

 
 

Our Guest Reviews:


"Lovely updated home. Modern conveniences, great kitchen and bathroom. Very clean and welcoming. Lots of things to do. Great restaurants in neighboring towns, especially Troutbeck in Amenia."
– Rose via Airbnb

"Amy and Stephen’s Pine Plains farmhouse was simply perfect. The space itself is wonderfully cozy, totally spacious, and tastefully modernized. All of the details of the house were carefully considered, and it was a joy to spend a week there, away from the bustle of the city. It was a a great home base for exploring the Hudson Valley—a short distance to Storm King, Dia Beacon, Rhinebeck, and Hudson—in a beautifully secluded location alongside huge green rolling hills frequented by deer and other wildlife. Stephen and Amy were also super helpful, providing a range of local suggestions including a dinner night at a nearby farm. I can’t wait to come back to the farmhouse next year!"
– Jeff via Airbnb

"We had the loveliest time! It was so peaceful and the babbling brook was a real thing! We could hear it from the house. The house itself was funky and stylish and sweet. The lighting was beautiful and the details were so fun. Stephen and Amy left a delicious bottle of wine for us. Such a fun touch!"
– Rachel via Airbnb

"Our stay was wonderful. It’s a charming, cozy, quiet and relaxing place. It’s really well decorated and the bathroom and kitchen renovations are perfect. Stephen and Amy were always quick to respond and gave us a lot of great recommendations of things to do in the area. It was a perfect weekend getaway. I highly recommend and would happily return."
– Thadeau via Airbnb