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Le Chambord Inn
Hudson Valley

Welcome to Le Chambord

Your host, Roy Benich's love for his Inn is shown in the elegant decorations and magnificent art collections, which are available for purchase. Roy is known as one of the area's best-known art dealers. Each Inn room is unique, each dining room special and the entire Inn is full of charming antiques. 

Guest rooms are uniquely designed with antiques and period furnishings. Guests are pampered with oversized private bathrooms and spacious bed chambers. With all of the charm of yesteryear, we haven't forgotten modern conveniences in each room, such as television, air conditioning and firm mattresses. Each morning guests partake in a sumptuous continental breakfast served in our dining room.

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Copyright: Mark Fink
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Uppladdad: 23/11/2008
Uppdaterad: 04/07/2014
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