Photographer Maxwell Alexander’s Airbnb review of converted barn overlooking Apsley Hill Farm

Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm – Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander

I recently had the pleasure of exploring Apsley Hill Farm in Rhinebeck, NY – one of Airbnb’s top rated properties in the Hudson Valley. It was an absolute delight, and I would recommend it to anyone wanting to experience the Hudson Valley first hand! For my trip, I needed to work remotely from New York during the day, but wanted to explore the area at night and on weekends. Apsley Hill Farm was perfect because it allowed me to do both! Read on for more details on my experience…

Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm – Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander

Apsley Hill Farm is a reimagined 18th century dairy farm located in the heart of New York’s Hudson Valley. The renovated barn, which I had the chance to explore, has a modern design, rustic beams and all the amenities you would need for a weekend away from New York. It is beautifully situated in scenic hills with orchards, paths and fields as a backdrop. Explore all it has to offer or just stay inside and enjoy these architectural details.

Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm - Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander
Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm – Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander

Located on 25 acres of farmland near Rhinebeck, NY, the property consists of a newly rebuilt 3 bedroom/2.5 bath barn house. The stunning architectural touch of the classic barn includes original beams, beautiful high two-story windows, barn doors and an impressive living room with a fireplace. Explore the rolling fields, walking paths and orchards of the beautiful property. The large lot is punctuated by a modern barn with towering rustic beams, a treehouse and a renovated shed built for the horses, but now used to entertain guests.

Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm - Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander
Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm – Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander

The surrounding nature

On the 25 acres of farm there are rolling fields and walking trails to explore. Plus, there are orchards nearby, which is the perfect place to grab an apple! And if you’re lucky, on a hot day you might even spot a couple of doe and fawn wandering the fields. The recently rebuilt barn features modern design features such as Wi-Fi access and a well-equipped kitchen while respecting the original nature that surrounds it.

Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm - Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander
Airbnb Review of Converted Barn Overlooking Apsley Hill Farm – Hudson Valley Airbnb Review with Photographer Maxwell Alexander

Discover the beauty of the Hudson Valley and the Catskills with Airbnb photo tours by Photographer Maxwell Alexander.

As a professional photographer specializing in scenic shots, lifestyle and editorial style photography, Maxell Alexander has enjoyed photographing thousands of top Airbnb listings in the Hudson Valley and Catskills over the course of the last decade. Sharing the beauty of the upstate New York region has become his mission and, with Nature art photographyhis work is now appreciated around the world by anyone who loves the modern rustic lifestyle that the Hudson Valley has to offer.

If you think your Airbnb listing has what it takes to make it to Hudson Valley Style magazine’s list of the best Airbnb listings, consider hiring photographer Maxwell Alexander and his team for a Airbnb Professional Photoshoot at AlluvionMedia.comand he will be sure to review the experience as well.

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