What We Love
- The beautifully restored 18th-century Dutch mansion
- Its 55-foot swimming pool
- A wellness center offer yoga and massages
- Dining at Butterfield, known for its locally sourced produce
What To Know
- The hotel is within walking distance to Stone Ridge Orchard
- Advance reservations are recommended for meals at Butterfield
- Winter getaway packages are available
If a bit of luxury mixed with history is what you’re after, look no further than the newly restored Hasbrouck House, a boutique inn set in an 18th-century Dutch colonial stone mansion in Stone Ridge, a historic hamlet in New York’s Hudson Valley. The talented team from Gowanus Hospitality Group made it their mission to honor the historic integrity of what was formerly the Inn at Stone Ridge while providing guests with the modern comforts of a five-star hotel. Each of the 17 suites at Hasbrouck House are uniquely designed and furnished with a mix of vintage and modern touches, Frette linens, goose-down bedding, and Kiehl’s bath products. Centrally located near a scattering of Hudson Valley towns such as Kingston, Woodstock, and Phoenicia, the hotel truly has everything you could possibly want in an autumnal escape, from sprawling grounds and walking access to Stone Ridge Orchard, to plush accommodations, nightly bonfires, and Butterfield, their farm-to-fork restaurant run by Executive chef Shawn Burnette, featuring a swoon-worthy seasonal menu of American fare.
In the Area
The Hasbrouck House is a short drive from many of the Hudson Valley’s most vibrant towns. Drive 20 minutes to the up-and-coming city of Kingston for a day of shopping at floral boutique Hops Petunia and home goods at Clove and Creek in its historic Rondout district before heading to Brunette Wine Bar for a glass of wine and delicious bar snack. If you are looking for an outdoor excursion, we recommend visiting Westwind Orchard, which offers pick-your-own fruit, a well-curated farm store, and delicious wood-fired pizza.
How to Get There
We went to HH to celebrate an anniversary. We ate at the Butterfield restaurant three of the four nights we were there. Luck had us at The Cottage, which is Grandma's old four-bedroom house but in a condition level she never could have achieved. It was the first snowstorm of the year; HH had our walkway and driveway plowed during and after the storm. No problems with heat in any room (not true at Grandma's, believe me). The food at Butterfield was great; the Cottage was great; the personnel, especially Mauricio at Butterfield and Meg at the front desk were great. Not only do I recommend it, I will be going back again myself. A first-class operation on every level.Show less
The Inn has been restored to perfection and Butterfield, it’s restaurant is cozy and charming but the food is strictly today and fantastic ! Every dish was beautiful and beautifully presented. Because this is the bountiful Hudson Valley it’s all locally sourced. From the appetizer to the desserts it was a perfect meal in every way
We decided to have a burger and appetizers in the bar. Usually it’s the dining room but wanted a different vibe. It was fun and the food was amazing. That soup was like no other. I want to live in the kitchen. Oh, please try the homemade bread, too. -Do yourself a favor. Go.
We enjoyed a wonderful BBQ under the tent.
Great fun after sitting around a fire pit
enjoying friends, libations, s’mores.
Accommodations were immaculate and comfortable.
Staff friendly and helpful.
The restaurant was delicious.
Pool was great and wonderful to sit around.
The grounds were beautiful and well laid out with walking paths and places to sit and enjoy the quiet.
Enjoyed every minute.
Rooms are clean, and the bedding & bed is beyond cozy and comfortable.
I love that you can get a drink or delicious appetizers at the bar and then head back to your room and not have to drive.
I’ll be back again for sure.
Great getaway for friends or lovers!