Attractions of the region 2022

If you fancy taking mini tours and exploring new destinations, you’re in luck. The Hudson Valley is full of exciting adventures and getaways. Here is a sample of the possibilities in the Valley and beyond!

Celebrate life’s meaningful moments

Housed in a century-old former convent and chapel, the Abbey Inn & Spa is completely renovated and reimagined as the Hudson Valley’s premier retreat for today’s modern traveler. Perched atop historic Fort Hill, where Washington’s Army established a key lookout post during the Revolutionary War, The Abbey Inn & Spa offers 42 unique guest rooms and suites, exquisite private event spaces, a full-service spa and the Apropos farm-to-table restaurant and bar. Nominated 3rd Best New Hotel in the United States by USA today and a multiple Best of Westchester winner, including Best New Hotel, New Restaurant, New Bar, Best New Place for Business Meetings and Rehearsal Dinners, the Abbey Inn & Spa is the perfect venue to celebrate all the significant moments of life in North Westchester and the Lower Hudson River Valley.

The Abbey Inn & Spa
900 Fort Hill Road
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914.736.1200
www.theabbeyinn.com

Experience a warm welcome

More than sun and surf, your Indian River County and Vero Beach winter destination offers a warm welcome with a rich diversity of cultural events and activities for all ages. On stage, enjoy professional theatre, dance and ballet; in concert, touring orchestras, jazz, classical, opera, symphonic and chamber music; fine arts in museums and galleries; and lecture series, authors and poetry readings. Let the Indian River County Cultural Council be your cultural concierge to plan a day, weekend or month or visit our online cultural calendar or our 2021-2022 cultural arts guide.

Indian River County Cultural Council
1216 21st Street, Suite 101
Vero Beach, Florida
772.770.4857
[email protected]
www.Cultural-Council.org

Explore a hidden treasure

Surrounded by the splendor of the Catskill Mountains and Esopus Creek, Emerson Resort & Spa is a hidden treasure just two hours from Manhattan. You don’t have to be an overnight guest to explore the Emerson. Book a nature-inspired spa treatment, discover the love of shopping at The Shops at Emerson, attend the Kaleidoshow at the World’s Largest Kaleidoscope, or enjoy a meal at Emerson’s signature restaurant, Woodnotes Grille. Overnight guests can choose between the cozy comfort of the Lodge or the spacious rooms of the contemporary inn. Dogs are welcome at this ideal drive-away getaway.

Emerson Resort & Spa
5340 Route 28
Mount Dipping
845.688.2828
www.emersonresort.com

Enjoy the Parisian chic of yesteryear combined with modern comfort

Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck is reminiscent of a chic, old-world Parisian hotel, but with all the modern comforts that today’s travelers expect. Rest and restore in the spa featuring a European-style rest area, water deck with thermal pool, eucalyptus-infused steam room and Himalayan salt sauna. Treat yourself to a decadent meal at Willow By Charlie Palmer, also open to the public. Or relax in the luxurious rooms, featuring a Juliette balcony, cozy fireplace and clawfoot tub. Located in the heart of Rhinebeck, it’s the perfect place to rebalance your life with a relaxing yet inspiring experience.

Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck
46 Market Street West
Rhinebeck
877.647.2328
www.rhinebeck.mirbeau.com

Reinvigorate yourself with the pleasures of winter

Don’t get stuck in hibernation this winter – join us on the mountain to reinvigorate and reset at the start of the new year. Spend the day visiting Mohonk Mountain House – book a winter sports pass and head out for a day of winter fun. Ice skate in our outdoor pavilion, hike MICROspikes or, when it snows, cross-country ski or snowshoe over 30 miles of groomed trails. Afterwards, warm up indoors with a cocktail in our Carriage Lounge.

Mohonk Mountain House
1000 Mountain Rest Road
New Paltz
855.421.4101
www.mohonk.com/day

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Dine divinely

The Roundhouse Restaurant serves modern American cuisine inspired by the agricultural wealth of the Hudson Valley. Our menus highlight local farms, wineries, distilleries, and all of the amazing food and beverage artisans of the Hudson Valley. All of our tables have waterfall and creek views from floor-to-ceiling windows in the Roundhouse building. Open Thursday to Monday, reservations are not required, but strongly suggested. Walk-ins are always welcome as space allows.

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845.765.8369
www.roundhousebeacon.com


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