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Cromwell Manor Inn



Romance awaits you at Cromwell Manor Inn.
The main building, The Manor House, contains nine elegant guest rooms in a brick mansion built in 1820.
The original home on the property, 1764 House, dates back to 1764 and offers charming Colonial ambiance in four guest rooms.

Starting January 2021 there will be no breakfast service and prices have been adjusted to reflect that change


The Hudson Valley

Local Attractions


Located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, Cromwell Manor Inn offers the ideal place to enjoy history and the best of the 21st century!
The perfect "home base" for a visit to the area any season of the year, many attractions are within an hour's drive, and most are fewer than 15 minutes away.
Unpack once, and enjoy something different every day!
You can even be in Manhattan in about an hour, if you like.




Weddings at The Manor



Cromwell Manor Inn is the perfect place for your wedding of up to 100 people.
Most choose to get married under our gorgeous, ancient Sycamore tree with the reception following under a tent with beautiful views in every direction.
Your wedding will be as memorable for your guests as it is for you!



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  • The Cromwell Suite

    The Cromwell Suite occupies the entire first floor of the 1840 addition to the Manor House. Climb into the king-sized bed, cocooned by sheer panels, and enjoy the original fireplace. A large sitting area with a flat screen televisionand and a leather wing chair. The private bathroom contains a large jacuzzi tub for 2...

  • The Saffron

    Soft blue walls and many windows create a tranquil, airy room trimmed in white. From the Queen-sized  bed you gaze past the grand columns of the portico to the  4000 acre wooded mountains, with nary a house in sight. A white oversized club chair with ottoman provides a comfortable place to read.  The private...

  • The Hambleton

    The Hambleton room, on the first floor of the 1764 House has a queen bed with a tempur-pedic mattress. This room has personality! Enjoy the warmth and romance of the wood burning fireplace with the original mantel. Next to the fireplace is a marvelous free-standing claw-footed soaking tub. Duck around the chimney to the...

  • The Storm King

    From the front windows in The Storm King room, you have a fantastic view of Black Rock Forest Preserve. Sage green walls and white trim make this room feel tranquil and relaxing. Furnished with 2 queen beds,  an armoire,  cozy arm chair,  television and an antique dresser. The private bathroom has a standard bathtub with...

  • The Wellington

    Spacious, stately, The Wellington room is on the first floor and features pumpkin pine floors and a king-size bed. Relax in the comfortable loveseat while being warm by the original marble fireplace. A television will help you to stay up on current events. An impressive 11-foot-high door leads into the large private bathroom. The view...

  • The Windsor

    A spacious, second floor room with a high ceiling, featuring a comfortable four poster king, a white arm chair and wide pumpkin pine floorboards. Ample windows overlook the rear lawn of the Manor House. The walls are painted a relaxing soft taupe. The television will keep you up to date on current events.  Two...

  • The Beddingfield

    The Beddingfield is a wonderful first floor mini-suite with a King-size bed that can be converted into two twin beds. The room contains an impressive stone wood-burning fireplace with the original mantel, small paned French windows, original wide floor planks and exposed ceiling beams. There is also a separate sitting room with a daybed...

  • The Shetfield

    Creamy taupe walls and white trim make this room feel airy and  comfortable with a small, yet private bathroom with a standard bathtub/shower. Queen bed with white wood headboard. The front windows overlook the impressive columns of the portico, and the lawn and fields beyond. Second floor.

  • The Derby

    The Derby is a corner room on the second floor in the Manor House with many windows.
    The walls are a saturated hunter green, with khaki and red trimmings. Queen 4 poster bed. 

  • The Arcarian room

    The Arcarian room, on the second floor of the Manor, occupies the full depth of the building, allowing windows on three sides. An elegant cherry King four-poster bed with a reproduction crocheted canopy is the centerpiece of the bedroom. The room is the original master bedroom and has the original fireplace. A comfortable club...

  • The Canterbury

    The Canterbury Room is opposite the parlor in the Manor. This first floor room is graced with 12' ceilings and 11-foot windows, 1820 pumpkin pine floors, as well as an original marble wood-burning fireplace. A Queen-sized four-poster bed overlooks the front lawn and veranda. A television will help you to stay up on current...

  • The Gables

    The Gables is the perfect room for traveling companions who desire separate beds and are traveling with the Oxfordshire Room. Skylights add natural light and cheerfulness. Coupled with the Oxfordshire, the ideal combination for the traveling family.  The Gables may be booked only in combination with the Oxfordshire - it is not available on...

  • The Oxfordshire

    Climb an interesting flight of steep stairs to the Oxfordshire room. This room has a queen bed and a nice sized sitting area with an inviting antique-reproduction electric firestove and 2 chairs. The room has 20’ high "A" frame ceiling with original hand-hewn exposed beams and hand-pegged joints. The original wide floor planks are softened...