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Five romantic Valentine's Day dinner commercials in the Hudson Valley | Food | Hudson Valley
Yes, it's the truth - Valentine's Day is on a Wednesday this year, but just because the holidays are mid-week doesn't mean you have to give up romantic. We' ve put together five Hudson Valley restaurant menus that will be offering parties at the Hudson Valley on February 14th. Just a few words to the wise: book your table in time.
Most romantic places in the Hudson Valley
Okay, we're a date too late for this Valentine's mail, but we've been expecting people to put more proposals for the Daily Freeman's running listing of the most romantic places in the hinterland. Olana: The villa of the artist of the Hudson River School and place of his invention. Unbelievable home, unbelievable view. It' s just down the 9G from Hudson, NY.
In Hudson, at the end of Warren Street, a small on the water. This is a brief walk with great view, reachable from the centre of Phoenicia, on the Tremper Mountain. Rhinecliff Hotel: Located directly on the Hudson (and directly on the railway lines, a stone's throw from Rhinecliff Amtrak station), this is a chic, tasty combination with contemporary rooms and tasty food.
We' d put Poet's Whale along the Hudson and next to Rokeby, in Rhinecliff.
Hudson Valley Retreat for all season
At Hasbrouck House, a stylish and refined B&B in an 1800s colonial New York colonial villa in New York's Mid-Hudson Valley, turn a midsummer flirt into a beautiful autumn rhapsod. The former Stone Ridge Inn was re-opened in 2016 under a new owner with unbelievably thought-out designs, high quality facilities, a wonderfully maintained site and an unbelievable dining area.
A 55-foot indoor spa around 1923, as well as wooden floors and wooden floors are just a few of the attractions. It is luxurious, but not luxurious, high-end but not sticky, foodie-focused, but not myopical when it comes to guests' wishes. There are countless opportunities for recreation and recreation.
It' a reunion between Butterfield, the celebrated eatery, and the top equipment. Picking an apple at the Stone Ridge Orchard next to the grounds, doing early bird practice in the mornings, watching an outside film, making a lake fire for an old-fashioned marsh mallow steak, taking a dip in the swimming pools or renting a bicycle to go further away.
Butterfield is the name given to the area for its fruitful farming land and has made a name for itself in the broader foodies area. In the back yard, a burgers and shakes shop turns into a small open-air cinema on summers. It' about farms, antiquities and forest walks in the Mid-Hudson Valley.
Surrounding delightful walk-in cities are Woodstock, Kingston, Hudson and New Paltz. Havebrouck House has a card and an area manager with referrals.