Welcome to Bricktown Inn!
Welcome to the Bricktown Inn, located in the historic Village of Haverstraw, Rockland County New York. Once known as the "Brickmaking Capital of the World", many of the buildings in New York City, just 40 minutes away, were built from brick made in Haverstraw in the 1800's.
There are no strangers here, only friends we haven't met!
The inn, which was built in the mid-1800's, is a brick mansard colonial home which belonged to a prominent Haverstraw family who owned one of the brickyards.
We are close to many areas of interest, such as West Point Military Academy, Bear Mountain State Park, Stony Point Battlefield, Woodbury Commons Outlet Center, the Palisades Center Mall, Hyde Park, Garrison, Cold Spring, and many other historic points of interest along the Hudson River.
The Inn is easy to get to by driving or taking mass-transit. We are sure you will enjoy our home town hospitality.
This charming Victorian Bed and Breakfast, circa 1868, is located on the banks of the Hudson River in the Village of Haverstraw. The Haverstraw Brick Museum offers a wealth of information on the brickmaking industry in the village. The Inn has recently been renovated to include all modern amenities while maintaining the integrity of beautiful original architectural features such as a mahogany staircase, ten and a half foot ceilings and plaster moldings. Rooms at the Bricktown Inn have been artfully decorated with an eclectic mix of magnificent antiques and family heirlooms. Each room has its own welcoming personality. Our parlor is designed for conversation and the comfort of our guests and includes a baby grand player piano which guests are welcome to play. The library shelves boast antiques, books and collectables of days gone by in addition to guidebooks of the region and the history of the brick industry. The spacious porch, complete with wicker furniture, rocking chairs and a swing, provides guests with a comfortable place to relax. On-site parking is provided.
Your home away from home on the Hudson, an easy trip to West Point, Bear Mountain, and Manhattan