A vast, light-filled great room with exposed beams, comfy couches, and a massive hearth welcomes you to this white-clapboard country B&B. Rolling lawns and a peaceful feng shui garden surround the 1801 post-and-beam barn, which was converted to a guesthouse in the 1920s. The covered back porch—often a setting for breakfast or an evening drink by candlelight—looks out over the Storm King Art Center's sculpture-strewn meadows across the thruway. Upstairs guest rooms have higher ceilings and are bright; the Lavender Room has a fireplace, rocker, and wide-board floors. A separate guest cottage features two guest suites.