Hudson, New York, is suddenly and unexpectedly fashionable. The Maker, a stylish new boutique hotel there, is the logical continuation of that trend.
After a spring of hibernation, we are more than ready to get out and see the world. For many of us, that means jumping in the car and hitting the open road.
To visit the great houses of the Hudson Valley is to delve into the history of the state, the region and the country.
As American artists in the early 19th century sought a style and cultural identity unique to the new nation, the first identifiable movement emerged in the Hudson Valley.
Explore the Hudson Valley in style this Fall. Inspired by the travels of Andrew Harper in the September edition of The Hideaway Report, base your packing list on these light, but warm basics.
This month's Hideaway Report explores the beautifully lush region of the Hudson Valley.
The Hudson River was a crucial frontier during the Revolutionary War. Gen. George Washington had a giant chain stretched across the river at its deepest, and one of its narrowest, points in hopes of thwarting British naval traffic.
See some of Andrew's video from his trip through the Hudson Valley.
Regardless of where I travel, I try to visit little-known vineyards and obscure distilleries in hopes of discovering something remarkable. Here are the places in the Hudson Valley that I most enjoyed.