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Beacon Bed and Breakfast is located just steps from Main Street Beacon.

Voted Best Bed & Breakfast by Hudson Valley Magazine!

No car, no problem!!!

We are located less than a mile from all major attracts, including Metro North train station, The DIA and Mt Beacon.

Located one house off of Main Street, you are just steps from the center of town.

We are proud to be one of the few pet friendly options in Beacon. 

Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a girl's weekend, brewery tour with the guys or just an excuse to get out of the city we have rooms for everyone.

Our rooms are elegantly styled without feeling stuffy.

Our contact free check-in makes staying with us a breeze.  Check-in any time that is best for you!

Our delicious hot 

breakfast includes a variety of fruits, juice, milk, tea, & locally roasted fresh coffee.

For Breakfast we specialize in dessert style Stuffed French toast & Pancakes

After breakfast you can relax on the porch on our classic rocking chairs, or wander into the city. 

Walking distance from the train, but if you bring a car, we have off the street parking for all of our guests.

Cozy and comfortable rooms
We have a room for everyone!




A delicious  hot breakfast, Chef's choice usually  french toast, or pancakes , fruits,  juices, tea, and fresh locally brewed coffee.

Free Wifi

use in every room!

Outdoor Sitting Areas

Relax on our back deck or watch the people walk Main Street from our rocking chairs on our front porch.

Daily Housekeeping
We only enter room upon request




Vist the Dia Museum 

Located in a former Nabisco box printing factory, Dia Beacon presents collections of art from the 1960s to the present as well as special exhibitions and public programs
Climb Mt. Beacon

You can make your day on Mount Beacon as easy or as difficult as you’d like   The view at the casino overlook is incredible, and then you could head up the Mt. Beacon fire tower.

Attend Cultural Events

Bringing outstanding concerts to the Hudson Valley in a venue wonderfully suited to this purpose, the Howland Cultural Center. A Victorian gem designed as a library in 1872 by Richard Morris Hunt, the leading architect of his day, the hall is noted for its fine acoustics. 

Discover the Farmer's Market


The farmers’ market connects Common Ground Farm directly to the community by hosting a vibrant, welcoming and inclusive gathering space that contributes to the vitality of the City of Beacon. 

Antiquing and Shopping

Don't miss the opportunity to wander through antique shops and boutiques, all worthy of your attention. Spend an afternoon strolling the picturesque streets, stumbling in and out of every store you can find.


To be this close to hub of Main Street is incredible.  No need for a car.  And the rooms, ah the rooms!  Restful and beautiful.  Can't wait to come back.


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