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“I think I was the very first guest to stay at Old Stone Farm, a bed and breakfast in upstate New York. It’s a little slice of green heaven, the most beautiful place imaginable.” —James Oseland, Editor-in-Chief of Saveur   Full Review“You’re surrounded by natural beauty everywhere: in the gardens and maple groves, by the pond, and along the hiking trails. Your bags are whisked to your room and your car is valet parked, but there is nothing “hotel” about this place. The innkeeper’s warm greeting gives the feeling that you’ve arrived at the estate of a gentleman farmer friend.”
Christina Ohly,  Full Review

“Practice your sun salutations in an exquisitely restored eighteenth-century barn at Old Stone Farm, where your stay includes unlimited yoga classes and three organic meals a day.” Devorah Klein Lev-Tov, New York Magazine Full Review

“On arrival you can tell there’s nothing else like it. A gravel driveway meanders through the gorgeous sprawling grounds (236 acres!), and you find yourself surrounded by horse corrals and trees. A sign points you to the “office,” a house that looks like it is centuries old but is in fact quite new, an accurate replica of an old farmstead.” – Full Review

“Everything has been exquisitely restored, including the red-painted yoga barn, a soaring space which could easily fit up to thirty happy yogis, and Stu’s Inn, the two-story guesthouse that occupies a renovated barn house from the 1700s. Details are gorgeous, from the exposed wooden beams and massive picture windows to the carefully selected art and antiques that add just the right touch of country living…”
Simone Girner, Indagare    Full Review

“By Sunday morning we were feeling the nurturing effects of the good food, fresh air, yoga, and horses. We enjoyed another amazing meal complemented by animated conversation with our fellow guests, who included a young couple from Brooklyn and a pair of spunky retirees from Fort Lauderdale. Much of the conversation revolved around the specialness of the place and the super-attentive service…”
Wendy Kagan, Chronogram   Full Review

“Old Stone Farm is meant to be a sanctuary, and no detail is ignored. “We like to pretend there are no cars here,” offers Kahn, and indeed, there is not a car in sight. The farm suffers none of the smells and noises of most working farms; it is more like the living evocation of a work by romantic painter George Stubbs— relaxation is unavoidable.” Amara Projansky, Upstater Full Review

“After another amazing meal (arugula salad with marcona almonds, braised chicken over polenta, and homemade strawberry sorbet over macerated berries), we took a bottle of wine and some blankets outside, and settled onto a cluster of Adirondack chairs to watch the sun set and look out for shooting stars, satellites, and potential space ships…”
Alejandra Ramos, Always Order Dessert  Full Review

“While I’ve traveled extensively and have stayed at many top resorts and hotels, this is the first time I’ve been so overwhelmed by a resort that I felt compelled to write a review. Every aspect of this new inn, from the quality of the food to the beauty and attention of detail of the guest rooms, is truly wonderful and rare. There is a pride of service and attentiveness that starts from the owner and goes through everyone who works on staff that sets it apart from other resorts…”
Rich150, Trip Advisor  Full Review

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