Your Personal Guide To The Hudson Valley

Famed for it’s dreamy scenery, picturesque vineyards, and sustainable-food champions, the Hudson Valley serves as an idyllic escape from the bustle of New York City. Now that it’s officially fall, adventurous city dwellers who are craving some peace and quiet can enjoy seasonal cuisine and the best of fall’s foliage in the Hudson Valley. Here, our guide to where to stay, eat, and drink when you want to sneak away from the city.

Where to Stay

Audrey’s Farmhouse

Audreys Farmhouse

Return to your roots at this whimsical B&B that comes complete with chic interiors, spacious suites, a farm-to-table breakfast menu, and superior pet friendly policy. Located just two hours north of NYC, this historic farmhouse (built in 1740) is the perfect place to get close to nature again, cozy up by the fire, and explore the Shawangunk Ridge.


The Hudson Milliner

Hudson Milliner

If you want to be closer to town, consider this boutique inn that’s brimming with vintage charm and cool industrial vibes. Set in the heart of the Valley, The Hudson Milliner is owned by two artists from Brooklyn who left the city to transform a lifeless office building into an artful place to stay up north. The hotel’s four homey guestrooms are not only full of character, but they also beat a weekend cramped in a teeny NYC apartment.

Approx. $300/night

Hasbrouck House

Hasbrouk house

While guests can opt to spend their days outside exploring the grounds at this newly reopened inn in Stone Ridge, NY, you might also be tempted to spend the entire weekend in bed. Each of Hasbrouck House’s breathtaking suites boast a soothing color palette, Frette linens, Kiehl’s bathroom amenities, and an in-room Nespresso machine, so you can relax indoors with ease.

Room prices vary.

Where to Eat

Boro6 Wine bar


For an intimate evening in town and light Italian delights, seek solace at this feel-good wine bar in Hudson, NY. Connect with close friends or a significant other over renowned vino, small plates, and artisanal meats and cheeses as you embrace sweater weather and talk all things PSL.  

Kitchen Sink Food & Drink

Kitchen Sink Food Drink

While this Beacon eatery’s menu focuses on an eclectic, globally-inspired menu, Kitchen Sink sources the majority of their ingredients and produce locally. Born and raised in the Hudson Valley, Chef Brian Arnoff offers guests delicious and affordable comfort food that’s also heavy on the veggies.

Where to Drink

Torne Valley Vineyards

torne valley vineyards

Just less than an hour outside of Manhattan, wine connoisseurs will find a chic vino haven tucked away in a stunning Victorian mansion. While Torne Valley Vineyards is known for their event planning and catering, the close-to-home estate is also a great spot to just to spend the day putting your taste buds to the test and snacking on small plates.

Applewood Winery

Applewood Winery

A winery with a little something extra, Applewood not only offers wine, but they also make their own hard cider. With over a dozen wines and ciders on tap, this rustic hideout was made for boozy autumn weekends with friends. Keep an eye out for their wine and chocolate pairing event on November 11, 2017.