You Can Stay at the 'House of HomeGoods' in New York's Hudson Valley This Fall — but You Have to Book ASAP

HomeGoods is taking over one Hudson Valley house — at an undisclosed address — for four special stays.

The outside deck of the HomeGoods House

Dorothy Hong/Courtesy of HomeGoods

HomeGoods, the home décor retailer that you can never leave with an empty cart, is ready to inspire you on your next vacation. 

Today, the retailer announced its plan to “reimagine the typical vacation rental home” with the launch of the House of HomeGoods, a pop-up accommodation in an undisclosed address in Hudson Valley. But if you want a chance at staying at the home, you’d better act fast. 

According to a press release provided to Travel + Leisure, the home will be available for four weekends in October and November to a few very lucky guests. The bookable getaway, the retailer shared in the statement, offers visitors the chance to discover their new favorite décor trends.

“At HomeGoods, our customers enjoy exploring the aisles of endless finds that leave them feeling inspired after every shopping trip, all made possible by our incredible value,” Sarah Ajamian, marketing manager at HomeGoods, shared in a statement. “We’re excited to offer consumers this bookable getaway that transforms with each stay to create a truly unique experience for guests, just like shopping at HomeGoods.”

Today through Saturday, Oct. 15, would-be guests can try for their chance at booking the home at The company will release several opportunities to book, including booking windows on Oct. 13, 14, and 15, at noon EDT. Once booked, guests will be given the home’s exact address (though we do know it’s located near New Paltz, Poughkeepsie, and Kingston if that helps your travel planning). 

The blue and yellow kitchen inside of the HomeGoods House

Dorothy Hong/Courtesy of HomeGoods

Guests can book the two-bedroom Hudson Valley home for $29.99 a night for the following dates: Friday, Oct. 21 – Sunday, Oct. 23; Friday, Oct. 28 – Sunday, Oct. 30; Friday, Nov. 4 – Sunday, Nov. 6; and Friday, Nov. 11 – Sunday, Nov. 13. Up to four guests will be permitted during the stay and guests must be 21 or older to book. Sorry pet lovers, but your four-legged friend has to stay home for this one. Guests are also responsible for all travel-related expenses and meals. 

Every stay will be distinctly different thanks to rotating goods, decorations, and at-home activities. The best part? Guests will get to take home a selection of their favorite finds to reimagine their own spaces.

Blue living and dining room inside the HomeGoods House

Dorothy Hong/Courtesy of HomeGoods

For example, the first stay on Oct. 21-23 invites guests to “Find Creativity” through bold colors and a floral-arranging workshop, while the next stay looks to inspire guests to “Find Festivity” through autumnal flair and a candle-making class.

Learn more about the first-ever HomeGoods home and try to book your stay here

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