Residents have been raving about this beautiful Columbia County spot.

There are so many cool spots in the Hudson Valley and there are even more great places to have an overnight stay. There's a very highly-rated inn that's right in Columbia County and it's definitely a hidden gem here in the Hudson Valley.

What highly rated inn is close to us with outstanding ratings?

Inn at Silver Maple Farm Facebook/Canva
Inn at Silver Maple Farm Facebook/Canva

The Inn at Silver Maple Farm is in East Chatham, NY on1871-295. If you take one look at this place you'll notice it's beauty and charm.

Why is the Inn at Silver Maple Farm so highly rated?

That's an easy answer, there are a ton of reasons. Remember the show The Gilmore Girls? The Inn at Silver Maple Farm looks like a place that would in the show or that Lorelai would be running. The inn will let you have that perfect Hudson Valley weekend away and people who have stayed there can't stop raving about it.

  • Elle-"We enjoyed or weekend stay at the property. Chloe and Sean were the most gracious hosts. Breakfast was delicious on both days".
  • Peter-"The Inn is absolutely wonderful. The decor is brand new, but super comfortable."
  • Abbie-"My husband and I stopped here for a weekend away and it was wonderful! The room was so cozy with a very soft bed and the Inn keepers are so kind. They also had a lovely breakfast and made fresh omelets. We will absolutely be returning, highly recommend!"

When people think of places to stay in the Hudson Valley they usually think of the Beekman Arms, Buttermilk Falls Inn or Mirabeau Inn...for some reason the Inn at Silver Maple Farm is a bit overlooked.

Well now you know and you can plan your next trip there. Safe travels.

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