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Drive up to the Hudson Valley

The beautiful Hudson Valley is easily accessible by car or train from all over the northeast and New England, and it has become a favorite getaway to many city dwellers. This 150-mile stretch along the Hudson Rivers offers feasts of all kinds to residents and those who are looking to get away from the stresses of city life. The eyes can feast on the copious natural beauty in all seasons: vibrant leaves in autumn, snowy mountain slopes in winter, fields of flowers or newborn lambs in spring, and inviting lakes and rivers in summer. Food-lovers find an abundance of culinary feasts of delicious and fresh breads, cheeses, wine, coffee, beer in the farm-to-table restaurants, wineries, microbreweries, and cheese-makers throughout this region of organic farmland.

Millerton, New York

Minimalist Charm and Natural Beauty

With a pedestrian-friendly downtown and its rail-trail bike path that is elegantly woven through the scenic countryside, Millerton’s pulse resonates throughout the Hudson Valley.  A popular destination to wander downtown streets, browse unique antiques shops, or meet friends for exceptional food and entertainment. Williamsburg on the Hudson effectively portrays Millerton’s wholesome personality: youthful energy complemented by an old soul. Millerton was also called one of the “10 coolest towns in America” by Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel. It is located just two hours north of New York City, and is nestled in a perfect location between many foothills.

Amenia, New York

Pleasant to the Eye

Amenia is a town in Dutchess County, New York. The name is derived from the Latin word, amoena, which means “pleasant to the eye.” The town has train service to New York City via the Metro-North Railroad. The local train station is called Wassaic, after the hamlet of Wassaic–a part of Amenia. The Town of Amenia was officially formed in 1788. Today it is known for the laidback atmosphere of its quaint downtown, and the area is the perfect destination for nature enthusiasts.  

Pine Plains, New York

Synergistic Harmony – Pine Plains is rising!

With a sprawling backdrop of the Catskill Mountain and Stissing Range, the charm of the Hudson Valley permeates the village, catching the interest of aspiring entrepreneurs and those seeking some country respite. Church Street, where new talents, boutiques, and quintessential charm steadily flourish is the centerpiece of the community’s uptick. The community endeavor to restore their historic Memorial Hall – the town’s beautiful brick building, prominently sited in the center of town – has created a trickling effect. The Pine Plains Inn hosts visitors to the area who come to enjoy the village’s hip, “step back in time” ambiance.  The Barber Shoppe and Shaving Parlor will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time into a speakeasy atmosphere.

Copake, New York

Recreation for a Variety of Passions

Copake Lake, the largest lake in Columbia County, New York, offers a wide range of activities both on the water and off water through all four seasons. Copake Lake boasts two marinas where visitors can rent boats and kayaks for daily rates. Water skiing and jet skis are also main attractions on the waters of Copake Lake.  For the avid golfer, the Copake Country Club is open to the public. Golfers enjoy vista views as they play their rounds. During the cooler days of fall, the vibrant  hues of changing leaves provide a new backdrop from which to enjoy the golf course. For a more tranquil time, anglers will want to be on the lake as the morning mists begin to rise off Copake Lake. Abundant fish make for an exciting outing as largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, black crappie, white perch, yellow perch and pickerel fight for a taste of your bait.

Millbrook, New York

For Equestrians & Anyone Who Loves Small-Town Life

The Village of Millbrook is a small country village 80 miles north of Manhattan. Located in the scenic Hudson Valley, 1.5 hours drive upstate of New York City, Millbrook is home to horse farms, a quaint village life and some of the best antique shopping in the region. Come to Millbrook to explore one of the many attractions the area has to offer. Restaurants offer a variety of cuisine and there are over 20 eateries in a 10 mile radius. An abundance of shops are sprinkled throughout the village. If you plan to spend the night and require accommodations there are Bed & Breakfasts featuring castles to country homes. Bring the kids, family or come to Millbrook for a romantic getaway in this beautiful rural community in Upstate New York, Millbrook.

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