Pine Plains adds an Inn

Growth in Pine Plains

Oct. 25, 2015: A new inn in Pine Plains has opened. It was booked for the parent’s weekend of Millbrook School.   

A new eight-room lodging facility, The Inn at Pine Plains, opened its doors last weekend at 3036 Church Street. It is the latest addition to Pine Plain’s inventory of commercial establishments inspired by citizens interested in bringing back this once-thriving crossroads known as "the hidden gem of Dutchess County.” 

The Inn has four double rooms on the first floor and four suites upstairs.  All rooms have bathrooms “en suite.” The Inn is located directly across the street from the Pine Plains Presbyterian Church.

John Vernon, is the manager and innkeeper.  The press release says, "It logically ties in with the ambitious plans to restore and re-purpose stately Pine Plains Memorial Hall as a destination Performing Arts Center. Rooms will be available for patrons of the Hall as well as for performers.”

The owners suggest you book in for one night midweek to check on the comfort level before inviting your guests to stay there. If you like it, you can stay more nights.  The inn has yet not been rated by Relais and Chateaux, because it has just opened.  Black sheepskins are expected for each room.

The pet policy is undecided at this writing, but the manager assured us that children are welcomed. Celebrities, authors, and noted pianists are expected to book in when they are on tour and performing at the nearby Memorial Hall.   

A continental breakfast is served.          

Room rates are $140.00 to $325.00 per night, with a two-night minimum stay on weekends.

Their website is: innatpineplains.com. John Vernon’s telephone is 518-771-3117.