Couples Weekend in the Hudson Valley, NY

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  • Couples Travel

  • Food & Wine

  • Luxury Travel

  • Wellness Travel

  • New York

  • Outdoors

  • Laidback

  • Vineyard

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Curator’s statement

My husband and I had an amazing weekend getaway in the Hudson Valley. We were able to enjoy all of our favorite activities, golf/tennis/hiking, while also getting to relax a bit by the pool. The restaurants and cocktails were also exceptional and made for a really special two days away.

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Where to stay in the Hudson Valley, NY


Upstate escape by downtown NYC tastemakers, with a golf course, dreamy gardens, and views across the Catskills.


Hudson Valley estate made for romantic escapes and rural adventures, from fishing to horseback riding.

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Mirbeau Inn & Spa Rhinebeck

An old-world chic Parisian Hotel in upstate New York, based on the Mirbeau philosophy of balancing life with wellness and indulgence.

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Things to do in the Hudson Valley, NY

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  • Take a hike - There are endless amounts of trails all over the Hudson Valley. Inness has multiple hiking trails on the property, all with beautiful scenery.

  • Play a round of golf at Inness - Whether you are a seasoned golfer or new to the sport, Inness welcomes golfers of all levels. They allow dogs on the course and golf attire is not required.

  • Play tennis.

  • Visit a winery - There are a number of wineries across the Hudson Valley. I visited Milea Estate Vineyards which has outdoor seating and a beautiful view to take in while enjoying your wine.

  • Go to the spa.

  • Relax by the pool - Inness has a family-friendly pool and adult-only pool located next to the Farmhouse.

  • Walk around Rhinebeck - There are a number of great shops and restaurants in the town of Rhinebeck.

  • Visit a farmers market - There are a ton of great locally sourced goods throughout the Hudson Valley.

  • Hang out at one of the multiple fire pits at Inness - They have fire pits lit all over the property with chairs to hang out in.

Places to eat & drink in the Hudson Valley, NY

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  • Bread Alone Bakery - Located in Rhinebeck. They have solid breakfast options to order at the counter and either take out or eat there. I had an egg and cheese breakfast sandwich which really hit the spot.


Terrapin - Located in Rhinebeck. Known for its locally sourced ingredients. The horseradish crusted tuna was amazing.


  • Saunderskill Farms - Grab a quick sandwich at Saunderskill Farms down the street from Inness if you don't want a full sit down lunch. They have great sandwich options and homemade bakery items. They also have seasonal events and pick your own fruits/vegetables depending on the season.

  • Mariner's Harbor - We stopped at Mariner's Harbor for lunch on our way back to NJ. Great seafood spot with an outdoor patio and outdoor bar.


  • The Restaurant at Inness - Have outstanding breakfast and dinner options. Try to grab a table on the outside porch looking directly into the mountains.

Need to Know

For more travel tips, check out Fora Advisor Lee Newell's guide, Weekend Guide to Upstate New York.

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