Come in, take a look around. We are a four-room historic Bed and Breakfast located a mile outside the village of Greene, NY on Route 206. Three of our rooms, The Captain’s room, Hannah’s room and the Vet’s room are named after members of the Juliand family that settled in Greene in the 1790’s. The Hornby room was the original name of the village before it was renamed to honor Revolutionary war general, Nathanial Greene.
- All rooms are upstairs. Should you need assistance we are more than happy to carry your bags.
- Two rooms have ensuite bathrooms.
- The Captains Room has a king-sized bed.
- Hannah’s and Hornby rooms have queen beds.
- The Vet’s room has a full bed and a twin bed.
A short walk brings you to the village of Greene known for its old-fashioned charm. Stroll the downtown and partake of the restaurants. Visit the Moore Library and explore regional history. Greene is the corporate headquarters for The Raymond Corporation, the world-class leader in the manufacturer of electric, narrow aisle forklift trucks.
Uniquely positioned in the Leatherstocking Region of New York, we are happy to make recommendations and reservations at restaurants, sporting event and the many cultural offerings in the area. After a busy day, relax under the apple trees looking over the expansive valley or, in colder weather, in front of the fire. Due to the fact that we are owner occupied and have four rooms our physical premises are exempt from ADA requirements.
Lodging in Greene, NY
Experience History Made Comfortable
"In all our travels this is our best stop for friendly hosts, great food, and good conversation. WE'LL BE BACK. Thanks, Diane and Bob"
"Superb hosts who see to every wish and comfort. One of the friendliest B&B's ever including Sam and Cody the dogs. Thanks Steve and Claudia. Judy and Gordon"
A Healthy, Cheerful Start to Your Morning
In the morning, start your day's activities with a healthy, hearty breakfast including fresh baked muffins, farm-fresh eggs, seasonal fruits, yogurt, juice, coffee and tea. We prepare a country breakfast consisting of farm-fresh eggs with a selection of meats or maybe, steel-cut Irish oatmeal with seasonal fruits. You may find buckwheat pancake filled with apples and walnuts and topped with New York State maple syrup. Relax; plan your day, for there is much to do.