Country Living Fair - Rhinebeck

The Country Living Fair is once again coming to Rhinebeck, New York this June 5-7, 2015. Here's where to stay, eat, shop, and drink while you're in the area!
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How smart is this? One clever vendor repurposed vintage Coca-Cola bottles as decanters. Want more? Join us at our upcoming 2015 Country Living Fairs in Columbus and Atlanta!

A Peek Inside the 2015 Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, New York

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Just a few of the offerings on hand at the 2 Chix and A Barn booth.

A Peek Inside the 2015 Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, New York

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How great would a collection of these vintage stars look hung on your front porch?

A Peek Inside the 2015 Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, New York

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Homestead Collection challenged shoppers to think of all the different ways they could use these vintage feed sacks and wooden caddies in their homes.

A Peek Inside the 2015 Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, New York

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Inspirational signage rests on an aqua chair next to a painting of a cow sporting a shaggy mop of hair, at the Blue Bird Home Decor booth.

A Peek Inside the 2015 Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, New York

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Twig Terrariums will be presenting at the 2015 Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, NY!

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Presenting your handy cheat sheet for at-a-glance details on where to eat, shop, and sleep during the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, New York, June 7-9, #travel tips #travel guide #travelling collections| http://my-travelling-collections.blogspot.com

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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