Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson
Once the country home of wealthy socialites, Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson now provides an elegant, historic retreat on the Hudson, less than an hour from New York City. Set in a fairy-tale setting of 26 beautifully manicured acres, it has extensive leisure and recreational facilities and two 19th-century mansions containing guestrooms, suites, a cozy restaurant, and ballrooms. Its contemporary conference center offers flexible spaces for events of all sizes, and its alluring gardens, sparkling swimming pools, and in-room massages are musts.
- Sleep peacefully in one of 212 sophisticated, Georgian-era guestrooms and suites
- Take a dip in the indoor or outdoor pool and work out at the fitness center
- Try your hand at tennis, basketball, racquetball, volleyball, and Bocce ball
- Plan your next event at the IACC-certified conference center with 30,000 sq ft of space, a 24-hour staff, catering services, tech equipment, and a meeting planner
- Unwind in the hot tub and sauna, or request a heavenly in-room massage
- Dine in the King Mansion at Westchester's newest restaurant, Goosefeather
- Treat your pet with a personalized welcome amenity, and turndown service of doggie treats
The gorgeous natural landscape here is a fitting setting for the beauty and Old World charm of this stunning estate with Hudson River views; some suites have New York City skyline views. Start each day with a Continental breakfast and take part in the many recreational activities on site. Off site, try some golf — some of the top Hudson Valley courses are just a few miles from the hotel — or walk the scenic trails of the Hudson Aqueduct or charming Tarrytown.
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Elegant Georgian-era decor Heavy drapes, embroidered cushions, and handsome, dark wood furniture in all 212 guestrooms befit the hotel’s heritage. Standard and deluxe rooms come with either one king or two double beds, and suites have separate seating areas. For extra authenticity, book one of the 10 guestrooms in the exquisitely restored King’s Mansion, the oldest building on the estate.
Room service and complimentary newspapers are available in all guestrooms, and the concierge is on hand to streamline your stay. Canine companions receive a hearty welcome, too, with personalized water bowls, toys, and beds, as well as complimentary treats upon arrival, and a turndown service of treats.
Dine in the unforgettable Cellar 49 where casual sharing plates are served in an atmospheric, historic setting. The cocktail list includes classics like a Duke’s Old Fashioned, as well as more contemporary options such as a Chocolate Martini.
Goosefeather – Experience the newest restaurant in Westchester with a modern Chinese menu overseen by Chef Dale Talde, who has appeared on shows such as Top Chef and Chopped. Talde takes traditional Cantonese fare up a notch in The King Mansion. Enjoy four separate dining rooms, a nine-seat bar, and indoor and outdoor seating around fire pits.
Cellar 49 – Descend down to the original cellar of the historic Biddle Mansion to find this intimate yet vibrant restaurant serving pleasingly unpretentious food designed for sharing. Chef de cuisine Marques Collymor presents mouth-watering dishes created from seasonal ingredients of the Lower Hudson River Valley, while specialty cocktails, craft ales, and single malts are served to your table or at the bar.
Enjoy the hotel’s extensive grounds and activities, from the fitness center to the indoor and outdoor pools. Challenge your traveling companions to a game of racquetball at the indoor court. In warmer months, enjoy a game of basketball, tennis, volleyball, horseshoes, or Bocce ball — or jog the nearby trails with stunning river views. Unwind in the hot tub or sauna, or book a relaxing in-room massage. Dine at Cellar 49 and top it off with your favorite cocktail.
Beyond the estate, discover Westchester County, an area rich in American culture. Some of the best Hudson Valley golf courses are a short drive away. This valley is Sleepy Hollow, so take a trip to author Washington Irving’s home, or to one of the opulent historic mansions in the region, the foremost being Kykuit, home to four generations of Rockefellers. Meanwhile, New York City — with its designer stores, world-famous theaters, and plethora of restaurants and bars — is just under an hour’s drive or train ride away.
Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson
Located on the banks of the Hudson River, in Tarrytown, New York, Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson is just 25 mi / 40 km from Manhattan. Its upmarket Westchester County location makes it conveniently close to the city, as well as a serene and stunning hideaway.
Westchester County Airport is 14 mi / 23 km away.
LaGuardia Airport is 28 mi / 45 km away.
John F Kennedy International Airport is 35 mi / 56 km away.
Tarrytown Station is approximately a 10-minute drive from the hotel, and trains run to Grand Central Terminal taking 35-45 minutes.
The hotel offers complimentary self-parking and a Tesla charging station.