The September issue of RESIDENT magazine highlights the historic Hudson district.
Historic homes and buildings characterize Hudson, New York where you will enjoy multiple gourmet food options and markets. The countryside along the Hudson River in Columbia County offers endless options to enjoy your getaway. From hiking, boating, fishing, to soaking up the beautiful fall foliage, dining, entertainment, and shopping- your days will thrive with adventure and you will want to stay an extra day. Here is a guide to plan your weekend getaway or summer vacation in Hudson.
WHERE TO STAY
The charming Barlow Hotel was originally built in the 1800’s and later expanded in 1924 and is centrally located on Warren Street, about a 20 minute walk from the train station, and short walking distance to just about everything Hudson has to offer. While staying at the hotel enjoy Barlow Privileges which is a discount program, where they hand picked a variety of the best restaurants, shops, and galleries.
542 WARREN STREET
The pet friendly St. Charles Hotel is at the heart of the Hudson Valley and has a history dating back 139 years. Situated in a red brick Victorian building it is a short distance from Warren Street, home to many shops and restaurants.
16- 18 PARK PLACE
WHAT TO DO
If you’re into antiques, vintage finds, shopping, entertainment, and dining you’re in the right place with plenty of options to find vintage treasure and delectable food.
Farm to Glass Wine Tours
A spirited tour filled with tasting and fun. Along the way, there are three stops and tastings, where you will learn about the craft and history of the wine. Drink right from the barrel and watch the mash brew! The tour includes seasonal cocktails, locally grown provisions for lunch, snacks, and a souvenir wine tasting glass. Your tour will start at 10:30AM at the Hudson Valley Train Station with stops at three different venues and end by 4:00PM. farmtoglasstours.com
Hudson Home on Warren Street showcases wonderful findings of new and vintage furniture. Amongst their treasures you will find include artwork, bed linens, tableware, candles, custom upholstery, and more. Founded by Richard Bodin and Greg Feller, they both love history and express their creativity through their merchandise. Store hours are from 11-5 Sunday to Thursday and 11-6 Friday, Saturday.
366 WARREN STREET
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