Westchester Travel Guide

Articles about Westchester

By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Sarah L. Stewart
By David Keeps
A-Listers Richard Gere and wife Carey Lowell are trying their hand at the hotel business. The longtime Westchester, New York, residents recently opened the eight-room, eco-friendly Bedford Post Inn, which includes a farm-to-table restaurant called...
By Charlotte Druckman
By Peter Jon Lindberg
You are a good person. You are eating a turnip. You are partaking of the virtues of the land, shunning herbicides, giving the finger to the corporate-industrial machine. You are eating a turnip grown by a man who wears blue jeans but likely calls ...
By Jessica Shambora
Owning a home in New York’s Westchester County affords certain privileges, but it doesn’t mean an automatic membership at Winged Foot, Sleepy Hollow or any of the other storied private golf clubs in the area. Moreover, public places to play are sc...

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The beautiful compound of stone buildings 30 miles north of New York City was built as a private dairy by John D. Rockefeller Jr. in the 1930’s. “Mr. Rockefeller didn’t like the idea of pasteurized milk,” says Blue Hill vice president Irene Hamburger.

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