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  • Chatham, New York

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    Audreys Farm House

    If you’re seeking a unique Hudson Valley getaway for you and your family, including your furry children, look no further than Audrey’s Farmhouse in Wallkill, NY. What started as a 1740 Dutch cedar shingled farmhouse has gracefully morphed to a fabulous space that is big on food, design and authentic hospitality for lodging, dining, events, and much more.

  • Livingston Manor, New York

    Lodging • Food • Adventure

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    Beaverkill Valley Inn

    Situated on 60 acres and offering a mile of private fishing on the Upper Beaverkill, the Inn is a destination for sport and family fun, for corporate retreats and special celebrations. Visitors from across the world travel to the Beaverkill Valley Inn for adventure-filled days and unforgettable evenings.

  • Rhinebeck, New York

    Venue • Tavern

    Editor's Pick ★★★★★

    Beekman Arms & Delamater Inn

    Since before the Revolutionary War, the Beekman Arms and Delamater Inn has welcomed guests to the beauty of the Hudson Valley. The property has operated continuously since 1766, retaining much of its colonial charm and character, while offering modern conveniences to guests seeking a historic vacation.

  • Milton New York

    Restaurant • Spa

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    Buttermilk Falls Inn

    Join us at Buttermilk Falls for the day, for an evening, a weekend, week-long retreaor for your very special event. Buttermilk Falls’ extraordinary 75 acre Hudson River estate offers a remarkable selection of lodgings, a world class spa, a farm-to-table restaurant, an organic kitchen garden and orchard, trails and an animal rescue sanctuary.

  • Phoenicia, New York

    All Inclusive Experience

    Editor's Pick ★★★★★

    Foxfire Mountain House

    Located in the Catskill Mountains, Foxfire Mountain House is nestled on ten private acres with a pond and lily pool, bonfire pits, and a rustic outdoor pavilion for nights under the stars.

  • Big Indian, New York

    Wedding Venue • Lodging

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    Full Moon Resort

    Full Moon Resort, located just one half hour west of Woodstock and about two and half hours from NYC, offers a rustic, yet sophisticated backdrop for one-of-a-kind destination weddings. Idyllic, pastoral and farm-like, with a touch of Woodstock-inspired artistic sensibility.

  • North River, New York

    Mountain Views • Pub

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    Garnet Hill Lodge

    Nestled in the mountains of upstate New York, near the Hudson River and Gore Mountain, our four-season Adirondack hotel and resort is a refuge from the pace and pressure of everyday life. Our rustic environment invites you to step back to more tranquil times.

  • Roundtop, New York

    A True Catskills Experience • Hotel

    HVH Pick

    Glen Falls House

    Established first as a farm in 1881 Glen Falls House has a long and storied history in the Round Top, NY resort community. Fast forward to 2019 and the resort boasts a Main House, Cottage and Motel surrounded by miles of hiking and biking trails, serene waterfalls, natural swimming holes.

  • Chester, New York

    Historic Romantic Mansion

    HVH Pick

    Glenmere Mansion

    Deep in the rolling farmlands of the lower-Hudson Valley sits a magnificent 150-acre estate crowned with a spectacular hilltop mansion known as Glenmere.

  • Stone Ridge, New York

    Venue • Restaurant • Modern Hotel

    HVH Pick

    Hasbrouck House

    Named by the World Boutique Hotel Awards as The Americas’ Most Romantic Retreat, Hasbrouck House is centered around an 18th century Dutch Colonial stone mansion in the historic hamlet of Stone Ridge, NY. Hasbrouck House is a modern luxury escape less than two hours away from New York City.

  • Woodstock, New York

    Peace • Love • Stay

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    Hotel Dylan

    The Hotel Dylan is the ideal setting for those seeking to unwind and explore the unparalleled, majestic offerings of the Hudson Valley

  • New Paltz, New York

    Hotel • Spa

    Editor's Pick ★★★★★

    Monhonk Mountain House

    In 1869, rocky cliffs rising above a crystal blue glacial lake in the Hudson River Valley inspired Albert Smiley to create Mohonk Mountain House as a resort where guests could renew body, mind, and spirit in a beautiful natural setting. Now, over 140 years later, it is still owned and operated by the Smiley family.

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