The Green Room has a queen size bed and ensuite bath. The sun welcomes you in this room and from its south-facing windows you can see the Helderberg Hills to the west and the Massachusetts Berkshires to the east.

May - October $150 per night
November - April $125 per night

The Red Room is commodious and contains two three-quarter beds. It is the ideal place to enjoy our Maxfield Parrish sunsets and Berkshires view. This room shares a bath with the Blue Room or guests may opt to use a first floor, full bathroom.

May through October $165 per night
November through April $140 per night

The Blue Room has a double bed and adjoins the library. It shares a bath with the Red Room. This room is a cozy hide-away with western exposure for a steady breeze and the best sunset view.

May -October $125 per night
November - April $100 per night

The library, one of the three common spaces at Wyndbourne, is low-ceilinged and comfortable.  It has an eclectic collection of books that we invite guests to explore during their stay. Close your day with a quiet read. There is always a selection of interesting magazines on the table.

Green room - queen bed

Red Room - two 3/4 beds

Blue room - double bed

Breakfast is included in our room rates, which are subject to 7% New York sales tax. Modest adjustment can be made for longer-term stays or for lodging only. A 20% surchargeis applied for one night stays. There is a standing 10% veteran's discount.  Rates are subject to change without notice.

Check in any time after 3:00 PM, unless arranged otherwise in advance.
Check out by 11:00 AM.

We are happy to accept your credit card or or cash in payment on check-out.  We maintain a flexible cancellation policy; generally a $25 administrative fee is imposed for cancellations within 48 hours of a reservation.

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Library - adjoins the Blue room

Accommodations at Wyndbourne

Bedrooms, each with a bucolic view and antique furnishings, are appointed with soft muslin or percale bedding, down pillows and terrycloth bathrobes and slippers. Fresh flowers from our gardens in season welcome arrivals. Coffee and tea are always available by 6:30 AM for early risers and, when the weather is beautiful, breakfast can be taken to the patio, where guests are likely to be joined by hummingbirds, or to the front porch with its view (on a clear day) of the distant Appalachian chain.

NOTE: For those with allergies, we have a resident dog, who is kept away from sleeping rooms and the libraries.