Renovated 1850’s one-room schoolhouse.

190 miles from NYC in Greenwich, NY. 30 minutes to Saratoga Springs or the NY/VT border.

One bedroom sleeps two guests.

Outdoor picnic-style grill. Surrounded by beautiful farmland.

This one-room schoolhouse, Gramp’s Old School, was originally built in 1850 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More recently, It’s been lovingly restored & renovated by a woman (and her father) whose Grandfather attended this idyllic school in the 1940’s.

Loads of original character has been preserved within the schoolhouse, including the original chalkboards and floors, bathroom sink, and even coat hooks. The exterior is exactly the same, including the sign that reads “District No. 11 Established 1850.”

Located on a country road, @grampsoldschool is 5 minutes from the cute village of Greenwich… plus, an abundance of farm stores and stands, breweries and wineries within 5-20 minutes.

While you’re visiting, check out nearby Dionondahowa Falls followed by a visit to the beer garden at Argyle Brewery. Further afoot, take the super-scenic 30 minute drive over to Vermont’s magical Merck Forest & Farmland Center for a hike that begins on a working farm (we suggest the Mt. Antone trail for incredible views at the top); then reward yourself with homemade ice cream at Battenkill Creamery on your way back to Gramp’s.