|Space||800 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
In 2013 the Hudson Milliner Guesthouse & Inn opened as a refuge for urbanites in search of refined comfort in classical surroundings. One step inside the newly-renovated 19th century hat shop transports the present to an ageless luxury designed to captivate time. The refined details of each room heighten the awareness of precious moments passing into a weekend of bliss accompanied by the innumerable pleasures of the modern world.
The Hudson Milliner Guesthouse & Inn is located on Warren Street, the main thoroughfare of Hudson. This proximity to the town's restaurants, shops, and bars allows guest to enjoy a car-free and carefree getaway a mere two-hours from New York City.
All rooms have high-speed internet and central air.
The pre-tin plaster moldings, solid mahogany stairwells, pocket doors with etched glass inlay, large mahogany framed windows and gorgeous hardwood floors compliment meticulously styled kitchens and bathrooms with carefully restored fixtures such as vintage electric and gas stoves and refrigerators.
The Hudson Milliner Guesthouse & Inn is all about living life for the future tempered by the understanding of the past, so come up the river to where every new season becomes a gift of living.
Charlotta is a painter and restauranteur, who grew up in Iran and Germany. Her paintings tour the States and they are inspired by the police mug shots of the heroic Bus Boycotters and Freedom Riders from the '50's and '60's. Her restaurants Chez Oskar and Lola are located in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
Shannon is an advertising photographer from New York City, who challenges big waves, plays street basketball and studies jiu jitsu whenever he isn't shooting a photograph or renovating a gorgeous building.
Charlotta Janssen purchased this apartment in 2011
Great for urbanites in need of sun, space, luxury, antiques, fine dining, nature walks & culture: located on the main drag of Warren Street, it's a 10 minute walk from the train station. Once a milliner's hat shop built in 1860, you are transported straight into another time the moment you enter. Many original details are still in place: pre-tin plaster moldings, solid mahogany stairwells, pocket doors with etched glass inlay, large mahogany framed windows and gorgeous hardwood floors. The kitchen and bathrooms have been carefully renovated to fit in style with carefully selected and restored fixtures, such as an electric stove from the forties and a refrigerator from that period as well. Add central air, high speed internet and a washer/dryer on premise: the perfect getaway.
As busy New Yorkers we understand the need for R & R. We liked the idea of a B&B, but had something a bit more intimate in mind: a romantic place, going back in time, where our guests could come into town, immediately immerse into the surroundings and also if need be withdraw and cook for themselves in a spacious retro kitchen. In another words: a romantic spacious getaway with the beauty of clean air and a country vibe along with the luxury of great restaurants, live entertainment and quality antiquing/shopping
Was looking for a place with more character than your standard hotel room or BnB. The Milliner fit the bill perfectly!
Super centrally located, comfortable and with great character; it made our getaway weekend even more special.
Only thing to note; the second bedroom is a loft with a steep staircase so not for everyone. But the place is clean and with great character so you may want to be adventurous and overlook this.
Our family took over the Milliner and enjoyed our stay. The location is perfect. The beds are very comfortable. We liked the Tanzy for breakfast. We were in town for a wedding at the Hill. Guests stayed in various places around Hudson. Everyone agreed that the Milliner was the best place to stay!
My wife and I shared our first anniversary in the Top Hat suite and it was amazing. Well appointed, spacious and we got to bring the dog! There is nothing bad I can say, it was perfect for us and what we wanted...a quiet charming getaway. And Charlotta could not have been a more gracious host and runs a great property;
The listing was exactly what we received. The property was well maintained and clean. There are lost of great things to do, sites to see and places to eat and Charlotta provided a lengthy welcome packet with more than we could ever hope to do, it was really nice. We visited Olana and took a house tour which was beautiful. We also found a fantastic dog sitter in Lisa at Hudson Tails. She took us on very short notice and was awesome to work with. The antiques shops up and down Warren Street are a real treat.
This property gets very high marks from me, I have already recommended the Milliner to some friends of mine. Should you choose to stay you will not be disappointed.
The Hudson Milliner is a diamond amongst gems. This is by far one of the most centrally located, and perfectly appointed residences in Hudson. It's easy to get in and out of, and parking is a breeze all while being right on Warren. The apartment is clean and stocked with everything you could need. It is spacious and well decorated, recollecting another era. An excellent choice!
Stayed for a winter weekend. Cute, functional, central. Decorated with impeccable taste, well appointed and spacious. Would easily recommend and stay again anytime.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£64|
We welcome families with well behaved children and pets. We take a payment in full to complete reservation. We refund in full up to 2 weeks prior to arrival date. Thereafter we refund 50% up until 48 hours prior to arrival date. Thereafter we cannot refund
Hudson is a gorgeous little town, full of antiques beyond compare, a plethora of restaurants, live entertainment, surrounded by lush country farms, nature resorts, right next to skiing resorts in the Catskills. Notable is Olana, estate of Frederick Church, who's views have been memorialized in his work and protected the region as well as the Thomas Kohl House in Catskill.