These Are the Best Accommodations You'll Find Around the Hudson Valley


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Photo by Tamara Ehlin

B & B Breakfast

The Forsyth

When you stay at this quaint bed-and-breakfast, you may be tempted to rush out and enjoy all that the Rondout has to offer, but innkeeper Tamara Ehlin won’t let you. Or at least her food won’t let you. The French Culinary Institute-trained chef feeds you such a lavish, delicious, local, and seasonal multi-course breakfast, you'll need to head back upstairs and take a nap before starting your day.

Kingston; www.theforsythkingston.com

 

B & B with River View

Hudson House

If ever there was an inn we’d recommend to those coming to the Valley via train, this is it. Hudson House is situated at the end of Cold Spring’s popular Main Street, is near the train station, and is just 100 feet from one of the prettiest riverfronts in the region. Two suites and most of the 11 guest rooms of this National Register of Historic Places-listed inn have river views, as does the dining room, where guests and the public can get breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Cold Spring; www.hudsonhouseinn.com

 

New Resort

Resorts World Catskills

In addition to the 18-story all-suite hotel, 100,000 square feet of gaming, 10 bars and restaurants, and 2,500-seat live entertainment center, the resort also has great views of the Catskills and has created 1,500 jobs. And coming in early 2019 are a golf course, another hotel, and an indoor waterpark.

Monticello; www.rwcatskills.com

 


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Place to Eat, Drink & Sleep, West of the Hudson River

Hasbrouck House

Wander amid the circa-1757 inn’s 50 acres before settling down to dinner in Butterfield restaurant, where you can enjoy an unforgettable dinner that's made with ingredients from local farms — and perhaps smoked in the onsite smokehouse. Follow it up with an inventive cocktail at the bar, grab a complimentary s’mores kit for the bonfire, and head up to your room or suite afterward.

Stone Ridge; www.hasbrouckhouseny.com

 

Place to Eat, Drink & Sleep, East of the Hudson River

Wm. Farmer & Sons

Whether you’re looking for a great spot for a staycation or visiting from out of town, this is a fabulous all-in-one destination for your getaway needs. Guests will have an unforgettable experience at this family-run establishment with impeccable accommodations, outstanding service, and exciting food and drink. Plus, you’re in the heart of Hudson.

Hudson; www.wmfarmerandsons.com

 

Renovation of a Historic Property

Troutbeck

In its 253-year history, Troutbeck has been known as a retreat for literary greats such as Mark Twain and Henry Thoreau, and as a center for social change (it hosted two important NAACP meetings in the early 20th century). Current owners Anthony and Charlotte Champalimaud have put much time, care, and resources into restoring it to a place where you can nourish your body and mind within its guest rooms, dining areas, walled garden, and original Spingarn library.

Amenia; www.troutbeck.com

 

Staycation

Mohonk Mountain House

No need to go far away for a little getaway when we have a National Historic Landmark resort boasting an award-winning spa right in our backyard. Recently named “One of the 10 Best Historic Hotels in the United States” by USA Today, Mohonk Mountain House has all-inclusive packages as well as day-guest packages.

New Paltz; www.mohonk.com

 

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Bed & Breakfast (TIE)

Casa Hudson

Haverstraw; www.casahudsonny.com

 

Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa

Milton; www.buttermilkfallsinn.com

 

Inn

Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa

Milton; www.buttermilkfallsinn.com

Hotel or Resort (not a chain)

Mohonk Mountain House

New Paltz, www.mohonk.com

 

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