Some are in historic homes and others just have a unique story to tell. If you’re planning a stay in Albany, consider the coziness of a bed and breakfast. It’s a great way to get to know the personality of a community.
Casa de Cita is located minutes from shops and restaurants in Albany’s historic downtown. Our super cute house boasts all the amenities you would expect in your own home including wifi & satellite TV.
We offer a fully furnished 3 bedroom (two queen beds & twin daybed w/ twin trundle) 2 baths, linens, towels, nicely equipped kitchen, dining area & comfy living room. Nice seating area on back patio as well as a fire pit and grill/smoker available for outdoor cooking.
This is the perfect house for hunters, couples, a girl’s trip & families!
Let Casa de Cita be your home away from home.
Dye Guest House Stay at the Train
216 Breckenridge St.
Updated rock farmhouse built in 1935, the Dye Guest House was bought by Virginia and Cecil Dye in 1945 and is still owned by their granddaughter, Betsy Rose Senter. The fully furnished 2 bedroom ( king-size bed and queen-size bed) 2 bath home has a complete kitchen including cooking equipment, china for 18. There are 2 fireplaces (living room and family room) and the dining room table seats 8. The family room has 2 sofas and one has a double hide-a-bed. Off street parking. Wonderful for celebratory luncheons and dinners (have seated up to 50) and wedding weekends. Rent by night, weekend or week. 2 day minimum for holiday weekends, Fandangle and other special Albany event weekends.
Stay at the Train