Castle on the Hudson, NY
Only thirty minutes north of Manhattan, The Castle on the Hudson sits majestically overlooking the Hudson River on sprawling acres of manicured gardens and grounds. With over 100 years of history, the Castle is undoubtedly a regal escape to the enchanted days of yesteryear. The Castle's luxurious guestrooms, suites with wood burning fireplaces and impeccable service, continue to be a favorite among dignitaries and celebrities.
In addition, the Castle's award winning dining room, Equus, has also earned a worldwide reputation for excellence. You are invited to experience the utmost in relaxation, service and amenities that continues to be our tradition at the Castle.
The grounds are enclosed by a stone wall and support a veritable arboretum of evergreens and rare varieties of trees, grasslands and flowers. Designs by noted New York Architect Henry Killburn. The Castle was built in a style reminiscent of Norman fortification in Wales, Scotland and Ireland. The finished castle boasted 45 rooms. The main tower of the Castle rises 75 feet, making it the highest point in Westchester County.
Horse riding is organised nearby by the reception staff.
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