The gateway to the upstate cultural and creative corridor, Troutbeck, re-envisioned and carefully updated, is again what it was to so many before us: inspiration, respite, restoration, folly, community, nature and nurture – carrying forward its 250-year legacy of hospitality.
The Troutbeck Experience
Nestled at a low-lying pass in the southern Berkshire range - a route once strategic to a young New England - Troutbeck lies at the eastern edge of the Hudson Valley, in Dutchess County, New York, between the town of Amenia (NY) and Sharon (CT). Atop a promontory, bounded by the Webatuck river and Dunham creek, under the shade of ancient sycamores planted in 1835, sits the Manor House, the social and historic heart of this place.
The Manor House, Benton House, and Garden House together can accommodate up to 86 guests across 37 individually designed guestrooms and suites. Frette linens, fireplaces, soaking tubs. Well-appointed if unpretentious luxury. A ballroom for 250, a Walled Garden from 1916. A pole barn for seasonal events. Two U.S. Open surface tennis courts, an elegant and heated swimming pool, complimentary bicycles for adults and children. Numerous private hammock spots, many with fire pits along the riverside. The Barns, offering wellness services, studio classes, saunas, massage and Technogym fitness. An ever-changing calendar of creative and culinary programming.
We look forward to meeting you.
"Spacious but informal, ready to hold a big family and a flock of guests, but not oppressive when it is empty, alternating openness with seclusion, sociability with privacy; such is the nature of this house."