I loved our stay, such a cute and quaint town with lots to do. If you are sick of the city and don't want to go to the beach, check this place out. Lots of little touches that make a big difference, which made my vacation all the better.
Union Street was fantastic place to stay, we could walk to everything from this charming and tasteful but not too stuffy guest house with excellent perks like GREAT local coffee and tea service. While we were there we watched the fully booked staff deal with some very difficult guests with a calm I can't say I would have had in my business. Would recommend to anyone who wants the charm of a bed and breakfast and the privacy of a hotel. The Innkeeper really worked hard to help us choose from the plethora of activities nearby, saving us a lot of time. Hudson is a wonderful place for a smart and spohisticated country/city get away, my husband now dreams of moving there!
Privacy & space were the best! Beautifully done. Great coffee and tea set-up in out space. Wonderful bath with really nice products. Loved the bed, linens, and towels. Easy to walk to the Main historical area with lots of great shopping and restaurants.
Architect Marcus Reynolds (Style Follows Function) designed this Dutch and Jacobean house for Morgan Jones in 1903. Completed in 1906
it is known as Reynolds' richest and most successful home.