With the hotel dating back almost 150 years (and still owned by the same family!
They also offer a dinner tour which is a romantic dog sled tour (highly recommended).
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The property's 55 acres include a revitalized 50-foot landmark pool, a lake, miles of newly forged trails for tromping on snowshoes or hiking boots, and access to a 100-acre neighboring orchard.
Warm up by the nightly bonfires and dine at The Butterfield at Hasbrouck House, the new restaurant created in collaboration with the team behind New York City's Comodo and Colonia Verde restaurants.
Originally built in 1893, this stately Italianate mansion-turned-boutique hotel feels akin to a European chalet come winter.
Picture crackling fireplaces, warm wood accents, and an intimate vibe—there are just 19 rooms on property—plus scenic views of the Berkshires.
Book Now You may think of Montauk as synonymous with summer, but the insiders know that winter is actually quite peaceful and magical at the end of Long Island.
Heck, it's worth it just for the lack of traffic to and from.
If sweating amidst cold temperatures isn't in the bag, stay inside and try the new Indo-Row classes, with wooden rowing machines powered by water resistance.
century inn —formerly known as the Inn at Stone Ridge— has received a top-to-bottom overhaul by the Gowanus Hospitality Group.
After a day in the snow, you can cuddle under a wool blanket in one of two handcrafted lean-tos to gaze at the stars and enjoy whiskey flights and hors d'oeuvres by the fire. Head inside to see a movie in the lodge's 56-seat movie theater or knock down some pins at the two-lane bowling alley.