praise for the HMH- we arrived the friday night of Memorial Day Weekend-it was unseasonably cold (38) and our entire trip from Cape Cod was in the pouring rain. Roy met us at the front door and ushered us into what can only be described as peaceful perfection. A feast to the eyes-every wall color and lamp ,leather chair and painting worth examining and admiring at length. Our rooms were safe havens, our beds were so cozy and comfortable it was hard to get up out of them UNTIL the intoxicating aroma of breakfast wafted up-Roy had made a full on breakfast quiche and monkey bread ,fruit ,sausage and home fries.We literally begged Roy to come visit US on the Cape because we were so grateful we wanted to repay HIS hospitality!!! 5 stars!!!!!
- 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