Holiday B&B House Tour
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Explore six landmark treasures, decorated for the holidays, in this historic riverside city. Each of the six houses comes from a different architectural period and currently operate as a B&B. All are an easy walk from Warren Street and from each other—allowing for day of shopping, dining and being inspired.
Finish your tour at the Merchant House with live music and a holiday cocktail.
ABOUT THE HOUSES
The Westcott House is a boutique bed and breakfast that merges a nineteenth century Italianate structure with American and Italian antiques, mid-century furnishings, and art and photography collected over the past thirty years. The Westcott House is the ideal place to spend a weekend for a romantic get-away or intimate reunion for a group of friends— all designed to encourage you to sleep well, eat bountifully and repeat your visit soon!
The Hudson Milliner Guesthouse & Inn is a refuge for urbanites in search of refined comfort in classical surroundings. One step inside the newly-renovated 19th century hat shop transports the present to an ageless luxury designed to captivate time. The pre-tin plaster moldings, solid mahogany stairwells, pocket doors with etched glass inlay, large mahogany framed windows and gorgeous hardwood floors compliment meticulously styled kitchens and bathrooms with carefully restored fixtures such as vintage electric and gas stoves and refrigerators. The Hudson Milliner is all about living life for the future tempered by the understanding of the past.
The Hudson B&B is a magically renovated Federal gem offering highly personalized accommodations. The three beautifully appointed guest rooms in this stately home provide a unique blend of privacy and comfort with the ambience of a boutique inn.
The Inn at Ca’ Mea
The Inn stands on over an acre of lawn and gardens on Hudson’s south side, among some of Hudson’s finest displays of Architectural styles in the city. The house has been meticulously restored and fine art fills the Inn.
Originally built in 1906 as a hunting lodge, Tiger House is said to have previously been a brothel, senior home, asylum and Bed & Breakfast. The historic home features a Dutch Jacobian facade, intricate carvings, Mercer tiles, original Tiffany stained glass windows, and elaborate woodwork. The current owners spent most of their professional lives running non-profits in New York City. Now they draw from the large local community of artists, makers and freelancers to help create an intimate and uniquely Hudson experience for visiting guests.
Hudson Merchant House
The Hudson Merchant House was built in 1750 as the residence of a shipping captain, at a time when Hudson was still just a small river settlement, and not yet a city. Today, it operates as an inn managed by Wm. Farmer’s and Sons.