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Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

Hudson house Inn has a very Nice Dinner meal planned out for you and it's called a price fixed Dinner.

A great portion of Food Deliciously made Perfect.

Great views of The Hudson River

Friendly waitstaff

Never a wait

Always comfortable seating

Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank VincentR1500
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Reviewed 30 November 2016

Beautiful inn on the waterfront in Cold Spring. Clean & pretty accommodations, decent food at their restaurant, good bar (closes at 10pm though), close to village restaurants and hiking in the Hudson Highlands. Totally recommend.

  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank medic8587
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Reviewed 10 September 2016

This place really had an old world feel to it. In fact, if I was in Kansas I would think that I had a room at the Long Branch Saloon (minus the girls and gambling). I would be expecting the stage coach to be pulling up soon. You can hear the whistle as the train leaves the nearby station. But alas, we are in the northeast and on the mighty Hudson River, so visions of top hats, steam boats, 19th century garb and people on vacation from NY City comes to mind.

My wife and I do not stay at many historic landmarks. Our hotel choices in chronological order are Fairmonts, Hiltons, Mariotts and everything else after that. Neither do we frequent many B&B's. This stay and trip was due to a TV show out of NY City that highlighted Cold Spring, NY.

Okay, first the bad news. No private parking; you have to park on the street and there is a 4 hours limit from 9AM to 5PM. So if you check in anytime after 1 PM you are good until 1PM the next day (follow that?) Then you have to move and come back and repeat the cycle. We went on a Thursday, and it was no problem. Not sure what to expect on weekends. Next is that there are no elevators, so we had to lug our bags up to the 3rd floor. Okay for us, but could be a problem for some people. Don't expect a wide screen TV. Not gonna happen, but there is good cable and an adequate TV and also Wi-Fi. No coffee until 8:30 in the morning! Big problem for me!

Rooms are quite small and interesting. "Shed" type doors made of boards and "shed" hardware for hinges and latches on the bathroom and closet. High ceilings and exposed sprinkler pipes that were added long ago when the old inn had to get up to speed on the fire codes. Furniture is old and in pretty rough shape which really adds to the charm. Wide window sills with a good room air conditioner in place. Remember this is a historic building and they are limited to what they can do to it. Queen size bed was very comfortable, and overall we were quite comfortable in our small space.

Staff was super friendly, and the dining room and bar are very nice with an old style feel with modern amenities. You have Hudson River views from the dining room, and a nice park is right across the street.

Downtown is accessible from a tunnel under the tracks (circa 1929) and an easy walk to various shops and restaurants. Even though the train stops here, you will be limited if you do not have a vehicle. I saw some information on a trolley that runs between Beacon and Cold Spring with stops at hiking areas and other areas of interest, so it could still be a possibility if you need to get out of the NY City jungle.

I would certainly stay here again, but next trip I will plan on just staying the night, eating at their excellent restaurant and perhaps visit West Point or a couple of wineries during the day.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank BenGruda
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Reviewed 7 September 2016

The Inn is well located at the foot of Main Street. It's very close to the train station, from which you also can access walking trails. Some rooms have views of the Hudson. It's really a B&B with a restaurant and bar.
THERE ARE NO ELEVATORS, so pack accordingly. It's an historic building, so the rooms are quirky, with little hanging space.
We only had breakfast at the restaurant, so we can't comment on the food; but it looked good.
The bottom line is that there really are no other options, and if you know what to expect, you will have a pleasant stay.

  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank Michael B
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Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

If you like old "quaint" cramped spaces this is the place! The Inn is across the street from the river so I'm not sure the extra money for a river view balcony is worth it unless you like looking at cars parked on the street and lots of trees. You also get to listen in on dinner conversations going on below you on the terrace. There is no coffee in the rooms and the dining room is not open until 8:30 AM.
The dining room and bar are tastefully done and the food is first rate. The portions are huge and prices are typical for a resort area.

Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Arteacher2010
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