Welcome to the Bykenhulle House
The best kept secret of the Hudson Valley
January and February
Guest Book Notes
Thank you! Delicious breakfast.
- Andrew and Jasmine, NY
Thank you - Beautiful
- Andrea &Mike, Long Island, NY
- Genevieve and Nicholas, Riverdale, New Jersey
- Natalie and Mike, Ithaca, NY
Thank you! A truly lovely experience.
- Anne and Kevin, Cold Spring NY
The Bykenhulle House Bed and Breakfast is located in the beautiful Hudson Valley. Stay with us when planning a New York getaway for our prime location which makes day trips easy to Hyde Park (the home of FDR and Vanderbilt estates), Rhinebeck (Beekman Arms and Aerodome), West Point and Beacon (DIA Museum) as well as many other attractions.
The Bykenhulle House Ballroom and Gardens can be used to host Weddings, Bridal Showers and Rehearsal Dinners. If you are looking for a beautiful location to celebrate the next Birthday, Anniversary or Baby Shower be sure to visit our Weddings and Events page.
The Hudson Valley's Bykenhulle House Bed and Breakfast has a look and feel all its own. A full gourmet country breakfast is served in a 1929 formal dining room with polished cotton wallcovering. After breakfast, plan your touring adventures in one of the two beautifully decorated living rooms filled with antiques and family heirlooms. When you return, help yourself to complimentary coffee or tea, peruse the extensive list of area restaurants, or take a stroll in one of the gardens before heading to dinner. After dinner, retire to one of the rooms with a fireplace and 4 poster queen bed. Or for a special treat, reserve one of the third floor suites that has a jacuzzi! All rooms have a private bathroom. For more information on staying with us, click here to see the Rooms and Rates.
The Bykenhulle House B&B is a 15 room Greek Revival style manor house. It was built in the early 19th century in the town of East Fishkill by Peter Adriance, a prominent silversmith. Peter was the grandson of Isaac Adriance, who emigrated from Holland and purchased the first Adriance land grant in Dutchess County from Madam Brett in 1743.
When the house was completed in 1841, it was given as a wedding present to Adriance's daughter, Mary Ann and her new husband, James Wilkinson. For more on the history, please click here.