Under new ownership and newly refurbished, this “Boutique” Inn is adding luxury features (spa services), as well as continuing the tradition of opulence, elegance and period charm established by previous owners Dini Lamott and Windle Davis. This tradition is worth keeping and deepening. In 2015 the Inn at Hudson was singled out by Forbes magazine as the #1 reason for visiting Hudson. The article points to the “glory” of a plaster frieze in the dining room, and the beauty of the “exquisitely appointed” library. Forbes sums up its review telling readers that this 1903 Dutch-Jacobean mansion is a “magnificent place” to stay. And it surely is. Centrally located on the most beautiful block in Hudson (Allen St, east of 3rd), the Inn is just steps away from Fish and Game (a four star restaurant), the Hudson Opera House and high end antique stores on Warren St. The train station with a regular Amtrak service to Manhattan is a mere eight minute walk away.