Best Hudson Valley GetawaysBest Hudson Valley Excursions
There is no lack of one-of-a-kind rents across the nation, but Upstate New York has a lot to offer you. These places offer a great excursion with lots of skiing, showhoe and more, from tree houses to renovated fishing huts. Situated near the Grand Canyon of the East, this hut is encircled by 100 hectares of forest, falls and brooks awaiting exploration.
Not only do the rooms have entrance, but they also have the possibility to use everything on the area. Wintertime snowboard, snowmobile, ski and toboggan. With views of Lake Piseco, the position of this hut makes it simple to admire the breathtaking Adirondack Park in winters. There is a fully-equipped hut with galley, eating area, lounge, fireplace and more.
This renovated fisherman's house was constructed around 1900 and today is furnished with contemporary conveniences, but still has handmade, ancient furnishings. Encircle yourself with rolling countryside, farmlands, forests und meadows while you live in this yacht, which is situated on an 80 acre property in Central New York. Whilst this hire can accomodate three persons, it is a great place for a couple or even a single trip.
The Hudson Valley, CT & Beyond Geaways.
Unwind on a Metro North runaway and enjoy a good meal during Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. Out of the 230 participant restuarants, over 100 are near Metro-Nord railway stops on the Hudson, Harlem, New Haven and Port Jervis routes. Hudson Valley has become New York's leading gastronomic city. The Hudson Valley Restaurant Week serves a three-course prix-fix lunch at $22.95 and dinner at $32.95.
You will find the best cheese and meat from the Hudson Valley on the menu of many cooks. Near Metro North stops are Xaviar's Yonkers City Pier near Yonkers and Saltaire in Port Chester, Cafe of Love in Mt. Kisco, Harvest on Hudson in Hastings-on-Hudson, Hudson House River Inn in Cold Spring, Brasserie 292 in Poughkeepsie and Frankie & Johnnie's Steak House in Rye.
Bookings for the restaurant week can be made at www.HudsonValleyRestaurantWeek.com. Call the restaurant for instructions from the railway stations. PARTICIPANT RESTAURES NEAR STOPS ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE METRO: