This newly renovated 19th-century estate in the Hudson River Valley country features a restaurant, volleyball and basketball courts and pool
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Hotel at a Glance: Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson
Tarrytown sits 25 miles north of Manhattan in the Hudson River Valley. It’s here you’ll find the Tarrytown House Estate, a luxe historical property spread out over 26 beautifully maintained acres—a setting once used for dinner parties of the Manhattan elite. This property features a pair of 19th-century mansions, plus a carriage house, a cottage, and a contemporary hotel.
- Where you’ll stay: Though the estate is more than 150 years old, guest rooms are newly renovated and feature modern amenities such as free WiFi access.
- Upscale tavern: Enjoy the menu and small-production wines at Goosefeather.
- Take a dip in the indoor pool or sweat it out in the sauna.
- Stay in shape: The estate has its own newly renovated fitness center featuring Peloton Bikes, Matrix Treadmills, Bikes and Elliptical.
- Distance from Central Park: 24 miles
Hudson River Valley, New York: Gilded Age Estates and Historic Villages
The Hudson Valley begins just north of Manhattan, stretching upward along the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers all the way to northern Westchester County. The area is known for massive Gilded Age estates once belonging to powerful names such as the Rockefellers and Roosevelts. Hyde Park, just north of Poughkeepsie, was the latter family’s home base; today it’s where you’ll find the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library. Another village of historical interest is Sleepy Hollow, the setting for Washington Irving’s classic story about Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman. Irving is buried in the cemetery here, along with several famous industrialists including Andrew Carnegie and Walter P. Chrysler.
Situated just outside New Paltz, Minnewaska State Park Preserve is one of the region’s most peaceful natural settings; come for the waterfalls, winding carriage roads, and stunning fall foliage. The valley also includes the state’s capital city of Albany, where visitors can learn more about the area and beyond at the New York State Museum.