An Autumn Discovery:
There's something to be said for the art of the discovery—whether exploring a new destination to soak in autumn's splendor or the hunt for the antique to complete your country home, we're always looking to uncover new locations and all they have to offer.
That's how we stumbled on the bucolic haven of Hudson, New York—a quick two-hour train ride away from Manhattan rests a stylish town with riverfront views, historical American architecture, antique treasures, and luxe boutique hotels
Whether yearning for a quick day visit to soak in the fresh country air in style (we have a new batch of chic puffer jackets that you're going to love) or a weekend getaway complete with antiquing and farm-to-table cuisine—Hudson, New York is the delightfully undiscovered trip to add to your October agenda.
Where to Eat:
Looking down Warren Street in Hudson, New York.
The Gardener suite at The Maker Hotel
Where To Stay:
Where to Shop:
Hudson is the kind of town where you'll want to stop in every store from FINCH Hudson's expertly curated collection of vintage and modern local goods (founder Andrew Arrick was a luxury fashion leader for Yves Saint Lauren, Celine, and Carolina Herrera for years) to Regan & Smith's unbelievable collection of antiques and decorative objects. For those who love an auction, one of the leading auction houses', Stair Galleries is located on Warren Street. Founded by fourth-generation furniture specialist Colin Stair, past sales have included Modern & Contemporary Fine Art, Treasures & Trifles from Mario Buatta, and more.