The best Hudson, NY, hotels and B&Bs

The best Hudson, NY, hotels and bed-and-breakfasts for the next time you need to escape the city for a relaxing getaway
The Hudson Milliner
Photograph: Courtesy Shannon Greer
By Alyssa Ammirato |
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Head to the best Hudson, NY, hotels and B&Bs the next time you’re searching for a little R&R. When the city noise and pace just becomes too much, you should flock to upstate New York to visit some of the best bed-and-breakfasts in NYC. Next time you feel yourself tiring of NYC’s racket (and you know there’ll be a next time), head up to Hudson, NY, and recharge your batteries in one of these sweet, cozy and charming inns or the absolute best hotels.

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Best Hudson, NY, hotels and B&Bs

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Inn at Hudson
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The Inn at Hudson

Found right in the center of historic Hudson, the Inn makes room for everything you want from a charming B&B. Each of the five guest rooms is accompanied by its own bath, and the grounds include a library, a private garden, a solarium and an elegant dining room.

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WM Farmer & Sons
Photograph: Courtesy Jason Lindberg
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Wm Farmer & Sons

Located on the beautiful water-facing Front Street, Wm Farmer & Sons offers warm, welcoming guest rooms with eclectic and cozy vibes. Enjoy unique craft cocktails and fresh seafood, small plates and more before retiring for a great night’s sleep.

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The Croff House
Photograph: Courtesy The Croff House
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The Croff House

Nestled on a quiet cul-de-sec just blocks from the main street in Hudson, the Croff House takes pride in its classic, comfy country decor but never skimps on modern amenities and creature comforts—like multi-jet showers for the best spa-like experience during your stay.

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Thyme in the Country
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Cassie O.
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Thyme in the Country

Just on the outskirts of the center of Hudson sits the perfectly appointed Thyme in the Country, a true weekend getaway experience for world-weary New Yorkers in need of some green in their scenery. Enjoy a salt-water pool, organic breakfasts and multiple gardens.

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Hudson City Bed and Breakfast
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Hudson City Bed & Breakfast

Like a scene from a movie, this quiet inn is an antique hunter’s dream. Each room is appointed with classic decor and charm, and the location allows for easy access to all that Hudson has to offer, from stores full of fine goods to hiking trails.

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The Hudson Milliner
Photograph: Courtesy Shannon Greer Photography / Rubber Puppy Productions
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The Hudson Milliner

The Hudson Milliner Guesthouse and Inn gives the standard bed-and-breakfast an industrial-inspired facelift while still delivering ideal proximity to all of Hudson City’s charms. Stay in one of four unique and personality filled guest rooms with varied decor and modern amenities.

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Mount Merino Manor
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Mount Merino Manor
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Mount Merino Manor

Since the 1870s, this stately manor has held residence and welcomed guests to the Hudson Valley. One of the area’s oldest estates, its decor is classic, elegant and luxurious, with all the comfort you’d expect from a country inn. Explore the trails and grounds or enjoy a breeze on the wraparound porch.

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26 Warren B&B
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26 Warren B&B

Formerly the home of New York painter Edward Avedisian, the artistic touch is seen and felt from wall to wall of this bed-and-breakfast. With host David Brown overseeing all operations, a stay at 26 Warren truly feels like visiting an old friend in his artfully designed and decorated home.

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The Country Squire
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Steve and Kelsey P
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The Country Squire

Designed with warmth, comfort, friendliness and relaxation in mind, the Country Squire breaks from traditional Victorian-inspired B&Bs to deliver antique charm and furnishings for modern guests. Enjoy daily breakfasts of in-season fruits and only the best in local tea, coffee and more.

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Westcott House
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Christine B.
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Westcott House

Old meets new in an inspired manner at Westcott House, which was built by Solomon Westcott in 1866. Relax on the patio or take the short trip to Hudson City’s attractions where even more delights await.

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