Our Top Ten Hudson Valley Stay Places: Hotels

Looking for accommodations for an overnight or perhaps a long weekend this fall and winter season in the Hudson Valley?

Between long workdays, small living quarters, and the general crippling anxiety and stress that comes with living in the city or just being bog downed with day to day adulting, getting away for the weekend is completely essential. Especially when you can spend it drinking local wine, going on waterfall hikes, biking on rail trails, and roasting marshmallows like you're in a campy '80s movie. To help you accomplish just that, we’ve broken down 1o perfect weekend uber-cool hotel getaways for you.? These are our Top 10 Stay Places of Best Hotels around the region for those who are seeking upscale and refinement to moderate mid-range and budget-friendly options that will make your visit to the Hudson Valley an enjoyable and memorable one!


Foxfire Mountain House, Mount Tremper

(Budget Friendly, $)

Nestled in the Catskills Mountains, with over ten acres of protected farmland and wildlife is the Foxfire Mountain House, a rustic retreat ideal located in Mount Tremper a small hamlet dotted with b&bs and a few locally-owned restaurants in a serene area, for those looking for accommodations in a tranquil local with views of rolling hills and forests as far as the eye can see and only the sound of birds chirping and heavenly breezes of pure bliss. Sip a cup of coffee and watch the sunrise, read a book and watch nature go by outside or bundle up on those crisp fall and winter nights beside a firepit and enjoy each’s other’s company. For reservations or general questions head to foxfiremountainhouse.com The property is located right outside of town where you can hop in a car and head to Emerson Kaleidoscope, a unique tourist attraction featuring contemporary light displays in an artsy vibe. You can also head to Catskill Mountain Crystal which is an art gallery featuring oil paintings and local photography of the region. For hours and general inquiries be sure to visit emersonresort.com and catskillmtncrystal.com. For a quick bite to eat head to Ralph’s Cafe & General Store located on Pleasant Road. For dinner, or lunch and brunch on weekends head to The Pines, a refined American gastropub serving classic dishes and comfort food in a rustic contemporary space. Serving dinner Thursdays and Fridays and lunch, brunch, and dinner on Saturday & Sunday. For reservations or inquiries be sure to visit catskillpines.com.


Garnet Hill Lodge, North River

(Budget-Friendly, $)

- Located between rolling hills and acres of protected land, is the Garnet Hill Lodge, a rustic accommodation located in North River, a hamlet within the town of Johnsburg. This remote local provides the ideal backdrop for peace and relaxation. Breakfast is served each morning where you can grab a good cup of joe, or sit down and have a long meal admiring the views of the mountains in the distance. The lodge is casual and is set in a relaxed atmosphere perfect for budget travelers looking for a great deal! For reservations or specific questions be sure to visit garnet-hill.com. Nearby the lodge you can find the Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area, a protected park where you can hike miles of wilderness or meander through nature and take in different sights and sounds of majestic natural beauty. A great restaurant right on-site at Garnet Hill Lodge is The Lodge House Restaurant & Pub serving classic pub dishes in a casual rustic space. Tip: Reservations are strongly recommended especially on weekends!