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Country Living Fair - Rhinebeck

The Country Living Fair is once again coming to Rhinebeck, New York this June 6-8, 2014. Here's where to stay, eat, shop, and drink while you're in the area!

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Join us at the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, New York, June 6-8, 2014, rain or shine! Find out where to stay and more

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Spotty Dog Books & Ale: Home to the Evans Hook & Ladder Co., the C.H. Evans Firehouse was built in 1889. Fast-forward to 2004, when a descendant of the original Cornelius H. Evans (a hobbyist brewer) converted the two-story space into an independent bookstore and beer bar.

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Beekman Arms Tavern: Head back to the colonial tap room, and toast fellow travelers—just as folks have done at this site since it opened as a stagecoach stop in 1776.

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P.M. Wine Bar: Sophisticated yet unpretentious, this lounge resembles a refined hunting lodge.

Crossroads Brewing Company: Crossroads may supply pubs in the Big Apple, but it's headquartered in tiny Athens.

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Club Helsinki: For a small-town venue, Helsinki snags shockingly impressive acts: Justin Townes Earl, Sharon Jones, and Frank Black have played in the past. Another surprise? The kitchen serves delectable Southern dishes—the fried okra's a fave—that go way beyond bar food.

Upstate Films: This 30-year-old nonprofit theater screens 700-plus indie, foreign, and documentary movies a year. Of course, the popcorn here is made fresh and topped with real butter.

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Diamond Mills Hotel: For a full-service hotel experience, check in to this two-year-old lodge.

Beekman Arms: America's oldest continuously operating inn hosted the founding fathers and Chelsea Clinton’s wedding-weekend cocktail party.

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Front Street Guest House: If you prefer a bit more privacy, these airy white quarters (some with kitchenettes) deliver an apartment-esque experience.

  • Sarah Jane

    I've stayed here! Great place to stay if you go to Hudson, NY- we had a wonderful time!

Hudson Merchant House: The flawlessly decorated interiors feel anything but commercial.

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Culinary Institute of America: Sure, it's fancy—and more than a little pricey—but this cooking school claims Anthony Bourdain and John Besh as alumni.

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Me-Oh-My Cafe & Pie Shop: Coconut cream, pecan, chocolate mousse, strawberry-rhubarb—pie's the star at this joint, except on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, when Me-Oh-My stages its newly minted "10 Dollar Dinners."

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Terrapin Red Bistro: Bypass the formal dining room in favor of the laid-back bar area at this converted 1825 church.

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Miss Lucy's Kitchen: Vintage aprons and kitchen implements adorn the walls at down-home Miss Lucy's.

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Otto's Market: Former Whole Foods exec Otto Leuschel channels a grocer of yesteryear at this four-year-old business, which took over a 1927 store and carries produce, jams, and eggs from community farms.

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Cafe Le Perche: A bistro that may best the bakery, with fries richer than any croissant.

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Vanderbilt Mansion: Two miles north of Springwood sits the opulent 1895 Vanderbilt Mansion, the first home in all of Hyde Park to have electricity.

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Olana State Historic Site: Thomas Cole's protégé, Frederic Church, furnished his Persian-style manse—perched 600 feet above the Hudson River—with pieces amassed from his travels.

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Thomas Cole National Historic Site: Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of painting, first rented a room in this farmhouse in the 1820s.

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Springwood: Franklin Delano Roosevelt's lifelong residence remains remarkably unchanged

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Tivoli Mercantile: This small but quirky shop offers jewelry and clothing made by independent artists, ceramic pieces a local potter makes exclusively for Tivoli Mercantile, and a huge array of chalkboard paints.

Germantown Variety: After Otto Leuschel opened the old-school market on Main Street, he turned his attention to his latest project: a throwback five-and-dime.

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Black Horse Farm: Stock up on local honeys, preserves, and hot sauces

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Paper Trail: Maureen Missner and Serine Hastings first joined forces as Crate & Barrel merchandisers during the '70s. Now, the duo sources winsome stationery and witty gifts.

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Lucky Chocolates: You'll feel like a kid in a candy store at this shrine to small-batch sweets

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Rural Residence: This impeccably edited boutique's signature? Luxuriously unnecessary necessities.

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Hyde Park Antiques Center: Originally built in the 1700s as a stagecoach stop, this building later became the headquarters for President Roosevelt's secret service. Later, still, the spot opened as 9,500-square-foot antiques mall, focusing on 18th century through mid-20th century collectibles, tastefully spread through 50 booths.

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Fed on Lights Antiques: Founded in 1978, this two-story shop stocks every type of antique or vintage light fixture you could imagine—turn-of-the-century porcelain wall sconces, goose-neck chandeliers, Deco pendants.

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Hoffman's Barn Sale: Junkaholics start to salivate upon pulling into the parking lot—consider those $9 weathered shutters harbingers of the tempting hodgepodge that awaits inside.

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Zaborski Emporium: This four-story megastore specializes in architectural salvage, so if you're not after a bathtub or mantel, head straight for the second floor's smaller stuff.

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Coxsackie Antique Center: With 100 dealers spanning 15,000 square feet, this CL fave sells everything from industrial cabinets to estate jewelry at decent prices. For even cheaper (if less curated) goods, drive seven miles north to Leisure Time Flea Market in Ravena.

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Hudson Supermarket: Hudson's Warren Street boasts nearly 50 antiques shops, most stocking outrageously expensive finery, which renders the worth-it wares at Hudson Supermarket relatively reasonable.

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The Country Living Fair is coming to Rhinebeck, New York June 6 to 8, 2014. To celebrate, we've compiled the following must-do list of Hudson Valley haunts, all of them lying within an easy-to-navigate 50-mile stretch, from the Roosevelt mansion in Hyde Park to the inestimable Coxsackie Antique Center.

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