Set in the scenic Hudson River Valley in New York State is the stylish Union Street Guest House. This inviting boutique hotel offers plenty of historic appeal and fits in well with the surrounding area. The main house was actually built in 1830 and is in the Greek Revival Style. In terms of location, you can find it just off Courthouse Square and within walking distance of everything that downtown Hudson has to offer. This includes antique shops and tempting restaurants. When the urge to further explore the region sets in, patrons of the Union Street Guest House don’t have to drive very far to get to all the best attractions that both Columbia County and Berkshire County have to offer. Among the regional attractions are famous homes and charming wineries.
The Union Street Guest House offers a variety of guest units. Some are housed in the Main House, while others are housed in auxiliary buildings. One of the auxiliary buildings is known as The Bungalow, and it can be found a block away. The Bungalow has four different rooms, and guests who so desire can opt to rent the entire property. Also of interest for travelers who want added space is the three-bedroom Gallery Suite. As is true of The Bungalow, the Gallery Suite has a convenient kitchenette that can come in handy for preparing snacks and meals.
Regardless of which accommodations they secure, guests of the Union Street Guest House can expect to have ample space at their disposal. They can also indulge in some delightful amenities. Free Wi-Fi and a flat screen TV with cable are among the standard in-room amenity highlights. In relation to the Union Street Guest House facilities, the main highlight is the “U” Lounge. As is true of the attractive lobby, it can be found in the small brick building adjacent to the Main House. The “U” Lounge features a private bar and a welcoming library and can be rented for private events.