For East Coasters, we've rounded up a few of Indagare’s favorite properties within just a few hours of New York and Boston, for when the time is right and we are able to travel again. Read on for the hotels that cater to all ages and interests and work in any season, when you are planning a getaway closer to home.Contact Indagare to help us plan your East Coast road trip vacation when the time is right.
In recent years, Montauk has gained a reputation for being the bohemian, easy-going sibling to the chic, see-and-be-seen Hamptons. Visitors have a few options: the newer Gurney’s Star Island is often at the center of the Montauk scene, while Hero Beach Club’s laid-back atmosphere belies its host of wonderful, hands-on activities from surfing lessons to fishing to horseback riding.
For a Cozy Home Base in the Hudson Valley: Troutbeck, Hudson Valley
Troutbeck is a bucolic, family-friendly property near the Connecticut border on the eastern side of the Hudson Valley. Its 36 rooms and suites showcase modern, simple décor, and intimate public spaces, including a library and a sun room, offer multiple nooks for reading and boardgames. The 45-acre property has a pool and tennis courts along with yoga areas, three trout pools and easy access to hiking and biking trails.
For an Iconic New York Mountain Lodge: Mohonk Mountain House, Hudson Valley
The castle-like, Victorian-era Mohonk Mountain House has an enviable perch (pictured, top of page), overlooking a glacial lake and surrounded by 40,000 acres of forest. The all-inclusive resort is a window into another era of vacationing, with days spent canoeing, row-boating, hiking or biking, and meals taken in the grand dining room with panoramic views. Families return year after year and love the hotel’s spa.
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