The Federal-style house was built about 1820 for Mr. Goldsmith Denniston, a local attorney who later moved to Albany to serve in the New York State legislature. Modified in the 1880s with the addition of a bay window and marble fireplaces, the house was updated in 2001-04 by its present owners, caterer Nancy Billman and landscape painter Peter Billman.
Denniston House offers comfort, elegance and good food in a setting convenient for the Hudson River, the historic sites of the Newburgh, nearby attractions such as West Point, Storm King Art Center, and Dia:Beacon, and the recreational attractions of the Mid-Hudson Valley.
The four bedrooms are decorated in styles reminiscent of former owners. From Federal to Victorian, each air-conditioned room has a queen-size bed and private bath., Breakfast is served in a light-filled dining room of exquisite elegance., Dinners and guest parties for up to 75 can be accommodated, with notice and additional rates. Owner Nancy Billman is a caterer; she maintains a complete professional kitchen on site. , Denniston House offer four rooms, all with high ceilings, large windows, and private bathrooms. The four rooms open from a common hallway on the same floor. Each room is furnished comfortably with period antiques - but not too many! The house is centrally air-conditioned.,
Newburgh Bed and Breakfasts - Goldsmith Denniston House B&B
Nancy K Billman
Goldsmith Denniston House B&B ID: 263381