My partner and I recently spent two days at the Hudson Merchant House, in the Nantucket Room. We had never been to Hudson before, and this was actually our first experience staying at a B&B.
The first B first... the bedroom was lovely. It was beautifully appointed and our room had a immaculately renovated bathroom which inspires me to renovate my own bathroom at home. There was a big soaking tub and top of the line bath products waiting for us. The room also featured a few big windows which overlooked the street out front.
The second B... breakfast was delicious. Coffee, juice, quiche, french toast, cereal, & great conversation. Roy and Mike are fantastic hosts and great cooks and provided us with an excellent lay of the Hudson landscape and got us ready for a day of antiquing and window shopping.
Location-wise, this home is perfect for the NYC weekender... it's about 2 blocks from the Amtrak station and the B&B sits at the foot of Warren Street, the commercial corridor of Hudson. There's also two parks nearby. Unfortunately, no driveway, but there's plentiful street parking right in front of the building.
All in all - it was a fantastic trip and I look forward to returning sometime soon.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A boutique inn offering a sophisticated country experience in the heart of a charming turn of the century small city. The 1700s house has been completely renovated & offers updated yet classic finishes with all of the modern conveniences. Perfectly situated, the house is a short stroll from downtown and the Hudson Amtrak train station. ... more less