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From start to finish the Beekman Arms and their staff were welcoming,
cozy, festive, and warmly accommodating. My son and
daughter in law's wedding sparkled in the beautiful reception room. Minor glitches of our own doing were smoothed over quickly.
The small country inn charm...More
Response from Kayla B, General Manager at Beekman Arms and Delamater InnResponded 15 July 2016
So happy that we were able to host your family's event! Hospitality is the upmost important to the staff at the Beekman Arms & Delamater Inn, and I'm glad that you all enjoyed your stay!
We had a family meal here - 14 of us for my daughter's birthday.
The inn itself is quite fun to walk around, and has many tales to tell.
Dinner was very good. The crabmeat stuffed shrimp was very good, as were the scallops. Everyone...More
For the past several years, my family and I have had Christmas Eve dinner at the Beekman Arms..
In the past it has been enjoyable, however, 2015 will be our last.
We were met by a twenty year old young lady who told us that...More
Every year for the past 20+ years, a group of us have met at the Beekman Arms for lunch before heading out to Battenfeld's to cut our Christmas trees. We do this the day after Thanksgiving and have only missed a year or two due...More
We've been going up to Battenfeld's to cut down a Christmas tree for over 35 years. Have made it a weekend and stayed at the Delamater House from time to time. While the ambiance of the town and the beauty of the Tap Room and...More