Explore the Hudson Valley

Experience The Hudson Valley

Cozy Home Base

  |   May 4, 2018  |  Comment The Wick, Hudson

The lodging you choose is your home base—it can make or break your trip. You’ll want to get the comfort and amenities necessary to facilitate an ideal vacation. Here are a few suggestions.

If you find yourself in Orange County, you might want to consider a stay at Caldwell House in Salisbury Mills. Caldwell House combines a traditional feeling of home with luxury amenities. If convenience is your thing, it’s a stone’s throw away from the Storm King Arts Center, West Point, 14 different wineries and Stewart International Airport.

History buffs and families alike will want to give Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz a look. Founded in 1869, Mohonk is a Victorian castle resort in the lush woods of the Mohonk Preserve. You can pick from a suite, room, grove lodge or cottage, all of which offer unique charm and comfort in a natural setting.

Combining history with modern comfort,
The Inn at Kettleboro in New Paltz offers guests an escape from workaday life. Built in 1830 and opened as a hotel in 2014, Kettleboro gives its guests delicious food and a place to relax and unwind.

The Wick is something different altogether. If you like trendy, modern boutique hotels in a bustling art and antique scene, then book a stay in one of The Wick’s 48 rooms or 7 suites in Hudson. With high-class dining, business spaces and a gym, The Wick is the place for the modern traveler.

Food and drink lovers will love The 1850 House, an historic inn and tavern in Rosendale. The 1850 House has a long history of excellence in both accommodation and cuisine, and gives off an all-American atmosphere.

The Forsyth B&B is a place for people who love to explore and experience more than anything else. Book a stay in one of their 4 rooms, each with a unique personality, and you’ll delve into a world of discovery near the historic Rondout waterfront in bustling Kingston.

The Beekman Arms isn’t so much a hotel as an institution. This inn, founded in 1704, in Rhinebeck and adds as much to its charm and history as it gains from it. Probably the most historic locale on this list, Beekman arms once hosted George Washington, Benedict Arnold and Alexander Hamilton during the Revolutionary War.


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