Catskills + Hudson Valley
Restaurants in Catskills + Hudson Valley
There are many excellent luxury hotels in the Hudson Valley that serve as the best escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Whether you plan to spend a relaxing weekend in or crash after a long day of exploring, there is a Hudson Valley hotel for everyone.
Located in Rhinebeck, the Beekman Arms Inn is a fun space that has been open since 1766. It is America’s oldest continuously operated hotel. At one point, George Washington slept here! The property has evolved since those days with modern features such as air conditioning and private bathrooms.
Built in 1911, Glenmere Mansion is one of the best hotels in the Hudson Valley. This pink Tuscan-style estate overlooks Glenmere Lake. The 150-acre estate was once the country retreat of the Goelet Family. It has since morphed into a fine hotel offering a relaxing spa, formal gardens and recreational activities. With just 18 rooms, the quaint space is the easiest way to get away from all the noise of the nearby city.
The old-fashioned inn opened as the Hotel Monaquaga in 1928.
A diner serving comfort foods such as hamburgers and fish-and-chips. Book a patio table for a quieter setting.
Chef-owner Daniel Nilsson's DNA may well be found in the Swedish specials he presents each week, like the toast Skagen, with its judicious use of dill, cold shrimp, and delectable whitefish roe.
From the window of a cute-as-a-bug trailer emerge fat burritos and guacamole-topped quesadillas—and that’s just about the entire menu. Chow down at a picnic table in the shade at this summertime-only operation.
Stop in to assemble a picnic for a hike.
Impress the kids with buffalo and ostrich meat among the entrées (including gourmet burgers.
Max Dannis, a former management consultant, and his wife, architect Linda Gatter, opened the restaurant Local 111 in Philmont in 2006.
Choose your own bun, cheese, sauce, and extras to dress the Coleman natural-beef burger.
Sue Taylor runs this sweet breakfast spot.