We recently stayed at The Inn at Hudson and had the best time. The Inn itself was amazing. The rooms were beautiful. Kurt the Inn Keeper was very helpful and knowledgeable. The breakfasts were delicious. We will definitely be going back.More
We recently stayed at The Inn at Hudson and had the best time. The Inn itself was amazing. The rooms were beautiful. Kurt the Inn Keeper was very helpful and knowledgeable. The breakfasts were delicious. We will definitely be going back.MoreShow less
Thank you so much, JoAnne. I do hope you come back soon.
We LOVED our stay at this elegant Inn which is perfectly located for strolling around Hudson. The Innkeeper made sure we had a great dinner reservation. We enjoyed our wine and cheese on the terrace which we bought from Hudson merchants. The breakfast the Innkeeper provided was terrific. Coffee in the solarium in the morning also a treat. Our bedroom was gorgeous. (Oh, and we loved the cake in the pantry for late night snacking!).
I've stayed here for a few days and it's so elegant and beautiful, yet comfortable and relaxed. Staff is unobtrusive and so friendly. Quiet street yet near everything.
For sure I'd recommend the Inn at Beacon.
WE had another great stay at the Inn at Hudson. We were not aware of the new management but regardless our stay was still as magical as the previous visit. The innkeeper was very helpful and friendly and breakfast was delicious. rooms are still extremely charming as is the overall Inn. Rooms were clean and had all amenities you could think of.
Beautiful old brick house renovated to a B&B. We had large, beautifully designed rooms and -- an important item on my B&B checklist -- an updated private bathroom with amazing water pressure. Showers were so rejuvenating--something you can only appreciate if you've dealt with low water pressure! Weekday breakfast was yogurt, toast, hard boiled eggs, coffee, juice. Nothing over the top, but very good. The inn is a 5-minute walk to Warren Street where all the shops and cafes are located. Amazing old architecture slowly being preserved one building at a time in this former whaling town. Antiques shops (more than 70), quaint kitchen shops, clothing boutiques, restaurants.
My wife saw reviews on Trip Advisor and Hotels.com that were truly amazing, so we booked for the weekend. The price was a bit steep, but we wanted to be sure we had something nice. Inn itself was charming, room was clean and large, lots of hot water, a nice tv and everything worked. The inn keepers were very nice, and gave us a great recommendation for dinner. When we got back we noticed there was blood on the covers and pillowcase, so we called and the inn keeper did come and change the bedding. He also told us of the amazing brunch we could look forward to in the morning. When we went to breakfast we found the amazing meal, that was described in reviews as eggs to order, pancakes, huevos rancheros, was, under the new management, cold hard boiled eggs in the shell, granola and yogurt, and bread and cheese. Staff issues. We asked if there was anything hot and were told that they could make us bacon. We didn't see any staff, so we cleaned the table ourselves. We returned to the room at 4:30 and realized that there was no housekeeping staff either. The bed and towels were not changed, nothing was done at all. When we returned to the room at night I wanted some ice. I walked over to the kitchen, grabbed a glass and clicked on the ice maker on the freezer, but nothing worked. There was no one to ask for help at 10pm unless I wanted to call the inn keeper's cell phone and wake him up, so we went without.
If we were paying $200 a night, like some of our friends at other B and Bs it probably wouldn't have been so disappointing. At $400 per night, with a 2 night minimum, and after reading the amazing reviews, we were sorely disappointed.