Rivertown Guest House
244 Allen St., Hudson
An offshoot of the Rivertown Lodge, this recently restored Victorian-style 19th-century guest house features two generously sized apartments. On the parlor level, the owner's apartment sleeps two (there's also a twin sofa bed), and the marble-accented bathroom is outfitted with a soaking tub. Come warmer temperatures, there's a large garden with a BBQ grill. A slightly larger second-floor apartment sleeps four, and the highlight is a light-filled, wood-paneled kitchen with a Viking cooktop—making it a great option for those who want to hole up inside for the weekend. The house is within striking distance of the action on Warren Street and a quick 5-minute drive from the Hudson train station.
Wm Farmer & Sons
20 S. Front St., Hudson
Wm Farmer & Sons prides itself in its home-away-from-home vibe (the rooms are named after proprietors William Kirby Farmer and Kristan Keck’s relatives). Rooms vary in size and layout depending on your needs, but each one is comfortable, appointed with antiques, and some with a clawfoot tub and gas stove fireplace, too. In the evening, it’s worth swinging by the barroom for their specialty craft cocktails. If you’re in a festive mood, a Hudson Valley Rye Flight showcases some of the area’s best spirits.
731 Warren St., Hudson
Housed in a former 1920's movie theater, Rivertown Lodge is one of the newer spots in the Hudson Valley.
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