Where to Stay in the Hudson River Valley

Overnight in Hudson River Valley

Every suite offers breathtaking views of the Hudson River or the picturesque village. It' a perfect autumn day in the Hudson River Valley. Discover what makes Hudson Valley, NY a great place. You can park for spectacular river views or explore by kayak or canoe on Hudson River Expeditions. at the Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast Inn.

The best accommodation for a New Yorker Roadtrip

And, with an abundance of classy, design-oriented accommodation in the cities around New York's Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains, it's even simpler than ever to find good accommodation on a spontaneous street tour or week-end excursion. Here we have put together a good selection of about a couple of great properties, all close to NYC - about three hour s- that will suit every tastes, whether you are looking for a classical retreat hotel, a trendy alpine hut or even a small hut in the heart of the forest.

Taste one of Getaway's small houses. Every cab is fitted with a small galley, bedrooms and a practical bath; what they don't have is Wi-Fi, TV or other technical diversions. One of them, shown here, is a geodetic cupola / a yurte called "BYOBed"; if you are looking for something less rustical, there is a newly designed caravan from 1953 with bed places or a small wheeled home that can accommodate two people.

No matter what you select, you have easy and convenient acces to the common facilities of the inn, which includes an outside showers and a spacious eating area. Yes, it is another trendy Catskills resort, although it has the added advantage of a pools. There is a free bicycle rental, a bath min clay courts, a picknick area and a fireplace.

There is a lot of space to relax on the premises of the hotels, among them a lawn (complete with hammock), five fireplaces and a small reception area. Inspired by the legendary Woodstock-Musikfestival ( "Bethel") for many of its features, from the room titles - The Jimi, The Band etc. - to the photographs hanging on the wall.

Facilities included a community grass area with a hammock and a fireplace, as well as easy entry to a fitness studio near by. Nine different rooms, each furnished in mid-century colourful styles; Pierson worked with Philip Maberry (whose own Hudson Valley house was featured in the Love Shack video) on some of the delightful mid-century retreats.

B&B is animal welcoming and the facilities for our guest includes free breakfasts, lots of outdoor and chill-out areas and quality bathing equipment. Influenced by Nordic designs, East Wind offers comfortable rooms with wooden panelling, stonewalls, mid-century furnishings and other basic features chosen by the owner.

With an area of 220 sq. meters and supported on poles, these booths provide all the amenities like a double berth, a bath room, a saunas - even Wi-Fi. While Mohonk Mountain House is always a favourite spot for those who love to spend their weekends, it really does shine in summers when there are so many great things to do outdoors - paddling, boating, paddling, kayaking or just going for a swim among them.

And, while the chalet itself dates back to the nineteenth centuary, its lodgings are anything but dating; some rooms have the added advantage of offering a quiet sea or hill overlook. Buttermilk Falls in Milton, New York, is an especially quiet haven, offering stunning vistas of the Hudson River and the resort in a contemporary, glazed structure.

Stewart House has been a kind of lodging since 1883, but its present itseration is much more recent. Every room can accommodate a different number of travellers, and many have a magnificent view of the Hudson River. Retaining some of the detail of the nineteenth c. buildings, such as the frame window in Mahagony and handkerchief door, they gave it its own special aura.

Every room has its own atmosphere - the Fedora is light and contemporary, the bowler has a more antique feeling - and the facilities of the guesthouse includes free Wi-Fi, local linen and much more. The Rivertown Lodge, a former cinema in the trendy Hudson village, is now a stylish lodge that is taking the whole thing from the region very seriously.

The furnishings come from a business located in Rheinbeck; regional artist (including Melissa Auf der Maur, who operates the basilica nearby) have provided items; and both the lounge and the cuisine have been constructed by indigenous craftsmen. Rooms are plain and elegant, and there are many communal areas for our visitors, among them a café counter in the foyer and a lounge table and a lounge and restaurants - you can guess that they come from the region.

When you' re traveling just outside the five districts, you can enjoy five stars in the heart of the countryside thanks to Collective Retreats, which recently opened a holiday retreat on an eco-facility in Ghent, New York, not far from the trendy Hudson Harbour. There are luxurious marquees equipped with soft bed linen, as well as a genuine, sincere toilet and a shared box for you.

Taste one of Getaway's small houses. Every cab is fitted with a small galley, bedrooms and a practical bath; what they don't have is Wi-Fi, TV or other technical diversions. One of them, shown here, is a geodetic cupola / a yurte called "BYOBed"; if you are looking for something less rustical, there is a newly designed caravan from 1953 with bed places or a small wheeled home that can accommodate two people.

No matter what you select, you have easy and convenient acces to the common facilities of the inn, which includes an outside showers and a spacious eating area. Yes, it's another trendy Catskills resort, although it has the added advantage of a swimming pool. There is a free bicycle rental, a bath min clay courts, a picknick area and a fireplace.

There is a lot of space to relax on the premises of the hotels, among them a lawn (complete with hammock), five fireplaces and a small reception area. Inspired by the legendary Woodstock-Musikfestival ( "Bethel") for many of its features, from the room titles - The Jimi, The Band etc. - to the photographs hanging on the wall.

Facilities included a community grass area with a hammock and a fireplace, as well as easy entry to a fitness studio near by. Nine different rooms, each furnished in mid-century colourful styles; Pierson worked with Philip Maberry (whose own Hudson Valley house was featured in the Love Shack video) on some of the delightful mid-century retreats.

B&B is animal welcoming and the facilities for our guest includes free breakfasts, lots of outdoor and chill-out areas and quality bathing equipment. Influenced by Nordic designs, East Wind offers comfortable rooms with wooden panelling, stonewalls, mid-century furnishings and other basic features chosen by the owner.

With an area of 220 sq. meters and supported on poles, these booths provide all the amenities like a double berth, a bath room, a saunas - even Wi-Fi. While Mohonk Mountain House is always a favourite spot for those who love to spend their weekends, it really does shine in summers when there are so many great things to do outdoors - paddling, boating, paddling, kayaking or just going for a swim among them.

And, while the chalet itself dates back to the nineteenth centuary, its lodgings are anything but dating; some rooms have the added advantage of offering a quiet sea or hill overlook. Buttermilk Falls in Milton, New York, is an especially quiet haven, offering stunning vistas of the Hudson River and the resort in a contemporary, glazed structure.

Stewart House has been a kind of lodging since 1883, but its present itseration is much more recent. Every room can accommodate a different number of travellers, and many have a magnificent view of the Hudson River. Retaining some of the detail of the nineteenth c. buildings, such as the frame window in Mahagony and handkerchief door, they gave it its own special aura.

Every room has its own atmosphere - the Fedora is light and contemporary, the bowler has a more antique feeling - and the facilities of the guesthouse includes free Wi-Fi, local linen and much more. The Rivertown Lodge, a former cinema in the trendy Hudson village, is now a stylish lodge that is taking the whole thing from the region very seriously.

The furnishings come from a business located in Rheinbeck; regional artist (including Melissa Auf der Maur, who operates the basilica nearby) have provided items; and both the lounge and the cuisine have been constructed by indigenous craftsmen. Rooms are plain and elegant, and there are many communal areas for our visitors, among them a café counter in the foyer and a lounge table and a lounge and restaurants - you can guess that they come from the region.

When you' re traveling just outside the five districts, you can enjoy five stars in the heart of the countryside thanks to Collective Retreats, which recently opened a holiday retreat on an eco-facility in Ghent, New York, not far from the trendy Hudson Harbour. There are luxurious marquees equipped with soft bed linen, as well as a genuine, sincere toilet and a shared box for you.

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