Ankony Farm and Carriage House offers the perfect setting for gatherings and special events. The beautiful, expansive landscapes combined with modern luxuries make this a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
Ankony Farm and Carriage House is located in Historic Rhinebeck, New York on 750 acres of working farm land. With over a half mile of riverfront on the Hudson, the Ankony Carriage House offers stunning views extending from the Hudson River to the Catskill Mountains. The Ankony Farm has long been known for its prize-winning Simmental and Red Angus cattle, which you will find grazing the pastures. In addition to raising cattle, the farm also grows corn, wheat, barley, soy, hay and straw.
The renovated Carriage House creates a private retreat for small, intimate gatherings. The wrap-around porch and roof deck offer areas to congregate and take in the panoramic views of the grounds and the river beyond. The house has 4 bedrooms with private bathrooms, new kitchens, plumbing, electrical, totally air conditioned with a full house back up generator. The Ankony Carriage House originally served as a carriage house and stable for the Ankony Farm and Estate.
In 1686, Jacob Kip purchased land from the Esopus Indian chief, Ankony. The Kips were the first to build and settle what was first called Kipsbergen, and is now the Town of Rhinebeck. This beautiful Hudson River Estate with nearly 200 ancestral acres was named Ankony, in honor of the Indian chief, and stayed in the Kip family for 7 generations.