10 Winter Getaways to Escape to in the Hudson Valley

These hotels and inns are the perfect spots to get your winter on and enjoy everything the season has to offer in the Hudson Valley.

Skip the faraway vacation and plan a trip to one of these Hudson Valley destinations while the weather stays cool for the perfect winter getaway.



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That time-honored saying in real estate—location, location, location—applies perfectly to Troutbeck, which is super convenient to skiing and snowtubing outings to Mohawk Mountain Ski Area, Catamount Mountain Resort, and Butternut Ski & Tubing Center. Experienced cross-country skiers and snowshoers, your adventure awaits at Wethersfield Estate & Garden in Stanfordville. Afterwards, hit the sauna at The Barns for a steam. Troutbeck’s Winter Wander incentive includes a $50 hotel credit per night of stay and breakfast daily. (Use code “winterwander” through March 31 to book a stay through the end of March. Excludes New Year’s weekend.) troutbeck.com

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Foxfire Mountain House

Mount Tremper

Skiing is practically synonymous with winter in the Catskills, but Foxfire Mountain House offers the perfect landing pad for anyone more prone to hole up and hang out indoors. The main lounge features a giant river stone-framed fireplace where guests enjoy reading or playing board games with a drink in hand. Firepits abound, including one next to the property’s iconic glass house, which is another common space to unwind. Beyond the 11 rooms in Foxfire’s main inn, guests can reserve a private four-bedroom cottage with a full kitchen and two wood-burning fireplaces. Plus, it’s a 25-minute drive from popular ski destination Belleayre Mountain. foxfiremountainhouse.com

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Foxfire Mountain House offers cozy winter getaways. Photo courtesy of Foxfire Mountain House

Wildflower Farms


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The mix of cabins, cottages, and suites at Wildflower Farms were designed with expansive windows to flood the spaces with natural light, intentionally blurring the boundary between inside and out. Craft an ideal to-do list with spa treatments at Thistle, hands-on workshops (floral focaccia classes? Yes, please!), and a half-or full-day winter hiking excursion with a skilled local guide in the Mohonk Preserve or Minnewaska State Park. Savoring the new American menu at on-site restaurant Clay is a sublime way to ease into evening, then wrap up the day with a nightcap around the fire on The Great Porch. aubergeresorts.com/wildflower-farms

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Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa


Serenity is the unofficial motto at this luxurious, picturesque retreat. The 75-acre estate offers 10 rooms in the main house, plus eight unique private cottages, some of which are pet-friendly if you want to bring your dog. Though the on-site spa is currently being renovated, massages, facials, and other treatments are being offered in an alternate location overlooking the Hudson River. Proximity to some of the area’s big draws—such as the Walkway Over the Hudson, the Culinary Institute of America, Dia: Beacon, Whitecliff Vineyard, Benmarl Winery, and the Bardavon 1869 Opera House—makes Buttermilk Falls an appealing home base for a weekend. buttermilkfallsinn.com

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Situated about an hour and a half from NYC, in a just-right spot between the Catskill and Shawangunk mountain ranges, the property’s 225 acres become a beautiful winter playground when the mercury drops. Accommodations range from any of 12 rooms inside the farmhouse and 28 cabins with stocked kitchenettes and convenient drink-and-snack setups. Better yet, Inness is offering a 30 percent off promotion for stays through March 15 with the code “Winterbliss.” Just know you’ll almost certainly want to come back in the spring, when a state-of-the-art spa and fitness center opens, including an outdoor covered sauna deck and hot and cold plunge pools. inness.co

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Hasbrouck House

Stone Ridge

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Come winter, the garden patio at Hasbrouck House becomes the Cauldron Bar, a cozy outdoor lounge with swinging cauldrons, Adirondack seating, and a satisfying après-ski menu featuring crispy hand-cut French fries, fondue, and of course, cocktails. All stays at this Dutch Colonial 18th-century mansion include complimentary breakfast, passes to the scenic Mohonk Preserve for hiking and snowshoeing, yoga at a local studio, brewery tastings at Arrowood Farms, and sessions in the brand-new barrel sauna. Room 11, the Carriage House Luxury Suite, also features an in-room free standing soaking tub and fireplace. Check the “new offers” tab on their website for special money-saving packages through April. hasbrouckhouseny.com

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The Chatwal Lodge

White Lake

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The Chatwal Lodge is a dreamy spot for winter getaways. Courtesy of The Chatwal Lodge

This year-round, all-inclusive resort—nestled amidst 100 secluded acres along the Toronto Reservoir—is especially welcoming in winter. Irresistible signature cocktails include the smoked cherry old fashioned, made with house-spiced bourbon, simple syrup, Luxardo cherries, and Angostura bitters, or Cider Punch, a mix of Chairman’s Reserve spiced rum, cider, pear puree, orange, and cranberry. Fun activities built into any given day include horseback riding, ice skating, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing excursions, roasting s’mores outdoors, yoga and meditation classes, and more. Rustic, camp-style décor contrasts with modern amenities like heated floors, iPads, and Bose stereo systems. thechatwallodge.com

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Mirbeau Inn & Spa


The vibe is very much old-world Paris chic, but the modern comforts are definitely 2024. Located just minutes from the Rhinecliff train station, the fine dining restaurant Willow at Mirbeau serves scrumptious French-bistro inspired breakfasts, lunches, and dinners seven days a week, and also weekend brunch. Overnight guests at the resort can choose from a mix of 49 rooms and suites with fireplaces, walk-in showers, and clawfoot soaking tubs. Corporate event planners: Note that Mirbeau will gladly work with you on putting together an incredible executive retreat or business meeting, and there is high-speed wireless internet throughout the property. rhinebeck.mirbeau.com

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Mohonk Mountain House

New Paltz

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Think mid-1800s Victorian castle, surrounded by 40,000 acres of pristine forest, and a National Historic Landmark designation, and that’s Mohonk in a nutshell. Special wintertime perks abound, including an open-air ice-skating rink surrounded by stunning scenery, family-friendly hiking and snow-tubing options, and spa treatments tailored to taking the sting out of cold weather. Also, Mohonk hosts a variety of immersive themed events throughout the winter, including Taste of Italy and Winter Wellness weekends. Foodies can savor the exclusive Chef’s Table experience, a nine-course fine dining menu with wine pairings, or any of the monthly five-course wine pairing dinners that showcase local wine experts and wineries. mohonk.com

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Mohonk is perfect for winter getaways. Courtesy Mohonk Mountain House

Deer Mountain Inn


Calling all oenophiles: Deer Mountain Inn boasts a sprawling lounge where you can choose from an expertly curated wine list (with over 450 bottles) that was recently recognized with a coveted award of excellence by Wine Enthusiast. (The full menu from the on-site restaurant is available in the lounge, too.) Conveniently situated just 10 minutes from Hunter Mountain and 20 minutes from Windham, the hotel has six main rooms and four new standalone cabins. Guests have access to 168 acres of beautiful trails and overlooks, and cozy outdoor firepits for good measure. deermountaininn.com

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Deer Mountain Inn does winter getaways right. Courtesy of Dear Mountain Inn

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