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Onsite at Troutbeck in New York’s Hudson Valley

For centuries, Troutbeck has served as a home and gathering place to poets, naturalists, humanists, and civil rights leaders of the movement.

Front view of Troutbeck resort in the Hudson Valley
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Troutbeck is a 250-acre estate hotel featuring exceptional locally sourced dining led by an award-winning culinary team.

From modernized guestrooms and suites well-appointed with historical touches to outdoor firepits found along the riverbanks flowing through the hotel grounds, this is a dreamy and cozy stay tucked away in the cozy hills in the Hudson Valley.

In the winter, cozy up by the fireplace in one of their stunning libraries outfitted with a wide array of books and eclectic decor.

Cyclist biking through fall foliage at Troutbeck resort in Hudson Valley
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Or, reserve one of their twelve riverside hammock sites, some of which feature campfires by arrangement.

Troutbeck is particularly well-suited for any team retreats and multigenerational trips you have in mind year-round. Its location is shrouded in natural beauty, creating an ideal atmosphere for attentive company planning meetings and tender moments with family and friends.

Map of Troutbeck in Hudson Valley
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It is in the beautiful, historic Hudson Valley on the border of Connecticut.

The hotel is surrounded by breathtaking mountainous scenery, with endless hiking trails and places of interest such as farms, gardens, Audubon centers, antique shops, and more.

Access the resort by private jet via Stewart Airport, about an hour away.

Rooms and Suites

A relaxing, understated countryside manor of a close friend.

At Troutbeck, each room is well-appointed with unique and distinct characteristics based on where you are staying on the property. The accommodations offer historical references throughout, such as a letter from Martin Luther King Jr., written to the previous owner, Amy Spingarn.

Although the rooms do have a lot of historic charm, they have all been updated with modern amenities with a Scandinavian touch.

Some rooms even have standalone clawfoot tubs, as well as private screened-in porches if staying at one of the suites at Benton House, located just across a historic bridge that used to serve as a watering hole for local travelers in the late 19th century.

The downstairs rooms in the Benton House are particularly exquisite.

Benton House One Bedroom Suite

Benton House One Bedroom Suite bathroom at Troutbeck in Hudson Valley
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Room 300 offers a separate living room from the bedroom, king sized bed, a traditional bathtub in the bedroom, as well as heated bathroom floors. An expansive one-bedroom suite with double north/south exposures, its bedroom enjoys direct access to an outdoor porch. A six-foot soaking tub lives in the bedroom and there is a gas fireplace.

Manor House Two Bed Suite

The Manor House two bedroom suite at Troutbeck in the Hudson Valley
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Located in the historic Manor house, two king bedrooms share an entry vestibule and bathroom. One bedroom includes a contemporary four poster bed. A second bedroom features a bead board headboard and two comfortable chairs. Windows on two sides overlook the garden, a vaulted ceiling, wrap-around cushioned bench seating, writing desk. The sleeping porch is a living room, workspace, or lounge space.

Dunham Suite

Dunham Suite at Troutbeck in Hudson Valley
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A large gas fireplace, comfortable seating for four, a full-length chaise to curl up on and a bathtub to while away the hours are all part of your experience in the 660-sq.ft. Dunham Suite. It may be combined with the Double Grand guestroom next door through a private connecting vestibule.


Their wellness practitioners are highly attentive to your personal needs.

Troutbeck offers a generous outdoor pool next to the Wellness Center, open during the spring and summer.

The yoga wellness room with trees in the windows at Troutbeck Resort in Hudson Valley
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This is an ideal spot to treat your group to a barbecue in the warm summer nights thanks to the neighboring bar and grill.

Their fitness facility is outfitted by Technogym with guided meditation, yoga, massage, acupuncture, and a full range of wellness offerings in The Barns, their new 4,500 facilities.

There are also two US Open surface tennis courts.

The pool at Troutbeck Resort in Hudson Valley
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Located in The Barns, Troutbeck offers top-of-the-line services such as massage therapy, acupuncture, facial acupuncture with gua sha and Celluma light therapy, private or group meditation and yoga, and both traditional and infrared saunas.

Their wellness practitioners are highly attentive to your personal needs, whether you need slight readjustments or a deep-tissue massage.

Dining and Drinks

Seasonal and creatively prepared dishes, from locally-sourced seafood to prime cuts.

Troutbeck Hudson Valley Dining room
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The dining at this property is a delight. Troutbeck’s restaurant, located in the Manor House, offers an upscale setting in a relaxing environment.

The menu is farm-to-table, with locally sourced products in effort to support the community and give guests a true Hudson Valley experience.

Perfect for both large groups and small parties, the menu features a wide range of seafood, fresh produce creatively prepared, and prime rib cooked to perfection. We particularly enjoyed their pork chops and roasted sweet potato.

Steak and potatoes dinner at the Troutbeck Resort in Hudson Valley
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Troutbeck’s bar is full service and produces hyper-seasonal cocktails with top-shelf regional spirits, beer from the exceptional brewers in the community, and a terroir-driven wine list with wines from near and far.

The bar offers service throughout the living spaces, including the Sun Room with pool table, library, and living room.

One of the signature drinks is the Troutbeck Old Fashioned, featuring bourbon, Pedro Ximenez, mole bitters, and orange peel. We loved sipping on one of these while enjoying a game of pool.

VIP Contact

For more information contact SmartFlyer at leisure@smartflyer.com.

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