Vintage Family Friendly Barn in Warwick for the Weekend

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1790s Hudson Valley Barnhouse Space via airbnb.com

Price/Night: $175

Accommodations: Entire Home

Max Guests: 4

Min Stay: 1 night

If you’re thinking, “wow they really love renovated barns at Upstater” you’re definitely not wrong. There are so many restored barns in the Hudson Valley and we just can’t get enough of them! How about this beautiful antique barnhouse built in the 1790’s for the weekend? Can you say eclectic? Check out the vintage 1960’s Coca Cola cooler and the movie theater seats. Every inch of this space breathes character and tells a story, whether it’s the rustic wood beams, etched with nail holes and hammer dings or the vintage wooden highchair in the corner of the dining room.

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What we especially love about this rental is that it is extremely family (and pet) friendly. Round up the kids and spend the weekend in the beautiful Warwick Valley. Kids or the young at heart will love the swing set, trampoline, and frisbee golf holes, all on the four acres that this barn sits on. You can sled down hills in the winter or barbecue on the charcoal grill in the summer. Maybe we’re just wishing for warmer weather but we can practically taste the gooey s’mores that will be made around the bonfire pit. Located less than an hour from NYC, this barn in Warwick is the perfect weekend getaway.

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About Sam Benedict

Sam was born and raised in the Hudson Valley. She attended college in New York City, lived in Italy, and drove across the country. She came full circle, and now lives in Middletown, right where she started. In her free time, Sam loves to cook and eat her way through the many restaurants the Hudson Valley has to offer.

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