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  • A Butler's Manor 5 rooms from $165

    Southampton, New York State

    Perfect getaway location, with top-notch hospitality, family-run charm and all the modern amenities you might need. A friendly, professional inn with exquisite breakfasts and five delightful rooms each with unique charm in a historic property. Stunning English garden and seasonal outdoor pool.

    Four poster beds  -  Villefranche room has a four-poster bed
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
    Sights nearby  -  Well located for major sights.
    Recommended by  -  Fodors

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  • Ruschmeyer's 19 rooms from $318

    New York, New York State

    Rustic hotel offering a retro summer-camp experience beside Montauk's Fort Pond. The Magic Garden sports teepees, tree swings, fire pits and many sports, activities and adventures are on offer. The minimalist but chic rooms boast hammocks and a charcoal grill, and the nightlife is electric.

    Local exploring  -  Explore Montauk Point State Park home of the Montauk Lighthouse, and the nearby Fort Pond, or Gin Beach on Block Island South.
    Active Holiday  -  Many activities are offered: kayaking, water-skiing, ping-pong, fishing, horse-riding, swimming, paddle-boarding, and so on.
    Country Escape  -  The central lawn is called the Magic Garden, and sports teepees, tree swings, fire pits, ping-pong tables and so on.
    Spa  -  Manicures, pedicures, facials and massages can be provided either in your cabin or in the spa room.
    Recommended by  -  Mr & Mrs Smith
  • The Quogue Club at Hallock House 14 rooms from $288

    Quogue, New York State

    Sophistication pervades every space of this intimate smalltown hotel, lovingly restored to deluxe boutique status. Each of the rooms are decked out in a soothing palette of pastel greens and blues, and hardwood furniture adds a rustic touch. Yoga, massages, on-site bar and dining, and friendly staff

    Sights nearby  -  You can go shopping in Southampton or enjoy North Fork vineyards, and Manhattan is only 90 mins away.
    Designer  -  Interiors by famed designer Alexa Hampton
    Great walks  -  Good for walkers.
  • Oheka Castle 32 rooms from $395

    Huntington, New York State

    Regal French-style château built as a private residence in 1919, now a remarkable and opulent choice for the discerning visitor to Long Island. Interiors are sophisticated with lavish furnishings. European cuisine at the bar and restaurant, gym, in-room massage and wedding/event planning available.

    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Four poster beds  -  For romantics.
    Opulent
  • The Inn at Great Neck 85 rooms from $255

    Great Neck, New York State

    Perfect location for guests with a sense for refined elegance. Interiors are Art-Deco inspired, featuring a palette of golds and creams, Serendipity Suite Sleeper Beds with gel infused pillow top mattresses, oversized marble bathrooms and designer throw blankets. Enjoy French/American fusion dining.

    Sights nearby  -  The Science Museum of LI is a 10min drive from the Great Neck hotel. Old Westbury Gardens and Saddle Rock Grist are 15min away.
    Recommended by  -  Small Luxury Hotels
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  • Mirbeau Inn 34 rooms from $235

    New York State

    A beautiful, picturesque resort overlooking Manet-inspired pond and gardens. Reminiscent of a French Country Estate. Features a world class spa offering a sauna, steam room, treatments, private bar, and complimentary fitness classes. Escape into this magical, French inspired retreat.

    Hideaway  -  Retreat into the inn's secluded 12-acres of serene gardens - set against a back drop of dense spruce trees
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the village of Skaneateles, Cliff Park, Baltimore Woods Nature Centre, Skaneateles Boat Show
    Back to Nature
    Remote  -  Off the beaten track.
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  • Emerson Resort & Spa 26 rooms from $159

    Mount Tremper, New York State

    Cosy, welcoming countryside destination offering high-quality accommodation, a full-service spa and three dining options. Rooms are furnished in natural, muted colours with wooden accents evoking a simple, tasteful charm. Some rooms feature gas fireplaces, rain showers and flat-screen TVs.

    Spa  -  Full-service spa with emphasis on the use of stones, high-grade essential oils and ancient ritual treatments.
    Great walks  -  Enjoy a breathtaking wander through the natural splendour of the Catskill moutnains.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Swimming Pool  -  Indoor/outdoor
  • Morgan Samuels Inn 6 rooms from $117

    Canandaigua, New York State

    A charming 17th century stone mansion, situated in the breathtaking Finger Lakes District. The six sumptuous bedrooms come complete with cosy fireplaces and antique furniture. Mouth watering gourmet meals are served in the elegant dining areas, both al fresco and indoors. Prepare to be pampered!

    Great walks  -  Not only does the property boast wonderful walking trails but the picturesque Finger Lakes Region is just a short car ride away.
    Birdwatching  -  Plenty of wildlife to be seen on this tree-covered rise, surrounded by 46 private acres.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Full of character
  • The Graham & Co 20 rooms from $125

    Phoenicia, New York State

    This unique motor-home hotel is stylish with a minimalist eye for interior design with the white walls, wood accents, and clean lines. Just over a two-hour drive from NYC near Hunter Mountain. Enjoy the pool and complimentary bikes. Summer is here: settle into a lawn chair by a crackling bonfire.

    Swimming Pool  -  Open-air swimming pool.
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
  • Glenmere 18 rooms from $622

    Chester, New York State

    1911 Italianate retreat in 150 acres of formal gardens with terraced vistas, fountains, pool, tennis courts and indulgent spa. Large, light rooms are luxurious with antiques, art and floor heated bathrooms. The Supper Room combines local ingredients and fine wines. A beautiful Tuscan retreat!

    Fishing  -  In the summer months fly fishing is a memorable afternoon activity - take a picnic with you.
    Great walks  -  Heritage Trails is am 11.5 mile 10 foot wide rail trail great for leisurely walks.
    Restrictions on children  -  16 years old plus.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  Relais & Chateaux
  • Friends Lake Inn 17 rooms from $179

    Chestertown, New York State

    Romantic, rustic boutique in the heart of the Adirondacks overlooking Friends Lake. The rooms are Cosy with lake or garden views. Cuisine is New American with an extensive wine list for your perusal. Explore the area from the Nordic ski centre & hiking trails, this is an activity lovers paradise!

    Kayaking  -  Take a kayak to Kayak/Canoe to Friends Lake and soak up the scenery.
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Remote  -  Off the beaten track.
    Full of character
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  • Albergo Allegria 21 rooms from $127

    New York State

    A classic Victorian B&B surrounded by the hiking trails of the Northern Catskills, and only 1.5 km from Windham main street. Rooms include quaint features such as hard wood floors, rocking chairs and retro wallpaper. Outstanding gourmet breakfast and afternoon snacks. Homely and charming

    Birdwatching  -  You can spy a large variety of birds in the Northern Catskill Mountains- ask at the hotel for identification brochure.
    Great walks  -  Walk the Five State Lookout trail and view the entire Hudson River Valley and five states at this scenic overlook.
    Full of character
    Barefoot Luxury  -  For total relaxation.
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  • Castle Hotel & Spa 31 rooms from $369

    Tarrytown, New York State

    Private residence turned luxury resort with the turn of the century. A fantastic escape from the city in the Hudson River Valley. Antique furnished rooms with gorgeous four-poster beds. Top it all with an award winning Equus restaurant and the added bliss of the THANN Sanctuary Spa.

    Sights nearby  -  Rockefeller mansion and estate is home to art works, local history and Hudson River views.
    Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Remote  -  Off the beaten track.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet, Small Luxury Hotels
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  • Jedediah Hawkins Inn 6 rooms from $395

    Riverhead, New York State

    Clucking chickens welcome you to this Victoria home with vineyard backdrop. Fireplaces add to the cozy, unpretentious interiors. The Restaurant pays tribute to local agricultural bounty and wineries. Have a drink at The Speakeasy, explore the secret passages and try your hand at backgammon.

    Fishing  -  Fishing is popular - hotel recommends Black Rock Sport Fishing in Greenport.
    Back to Nature  -  Countryside and sea life both at your doorstep.
    Great walks  -  Head to Baille's beach in Mattituck.
    Remote  -  Off the beaten track.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • The Sagamore Resort on Lake George 385 rooms from $260

    Bolton Landing, New York State

    Panoramic views of Lake George offer a truly stunning setting matched by fine hospitality and activities galore. Comfortable rooms have access to indoor and outdoor pools, a 1928 golf course, spa treatments and a spoiling variety of dining options dotted around the resort.

    Fishing  -  Join the local captains who will take you around Lake George for a spot of fishing.
    Views  -  Lake George.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    5* Luxury  -  Very high service standards.
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  • The Point 11 rooms from $1750

    Saranac Lake, New York State

    Intimate hideaway in a private Adirondack estate oozes luxury, breaths fantastic hospitality and showcases stunning views. 11 cozy and private hideouts, all unique in decor. The lively Great Hall offers fresh, organic dishes, enjoy picnics on the lake, winter BBQs and al fresco dining on the deck.

    Fishing  -  Fish for bass in the summer months, but do not fret about when the lake freezes over - ice fishing is also avaliable.
    Views  -  Upper Saranac Lake.
    Outstanding location
    Opulent

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Stretching across 55,000 square miles of spectacular lake and mountain scenery, New York State – aka the Empire State – is a study in contrast, the biggest being between the vibrant metropolis of New York City and the tranquil beauty of its rural hinterland. Geographically close, but entirely different from the manic buzz of downtown Manhattan and the 8.5 million population of greater New York City, the best places to stay in New York state are those that offer access to the state’s superlative offering of family-friendly outdoor adventure and nature, combining with history, art and culture and many culinary highlights.

From majestic mountains, cities and lakes to rolling pastoral farmlands and vineyards, New York State has a thrilling combination of components that add up to one of the US’s most exciting holiday destinations, but a well-kept secret from many travellers from outside the country.

From Long Island to the Hudson Valley, Niagara to the Catskills and the Capital/Saratoga district, the Adirondacks, Finger Lakes and Thousand Islands Seaway, this constantly surprising heartland has so much to love, and is ideal for every kind of holiday experience.

From the fabulous skiing in Lake Placid (host of the 1980 Winter Olympics) to other strenuously outdoorsy walking and water-borne experiences, to the romantic, to the kid-friendly and supremely relaxing: The best places to stay in New York reflect that wonderful diversity right on the doorstep of one of the world’s great cities.

The best places to stay in New York State

For a luxury rural retreat

  • One of the grandest properties in the 6 million-acre Adirondack Park, Whiteface Lodge, Lake Placid is a byword for homely luxury. It is only a couple of decades old but is the elite choice for winter sports, spa experiences and soaking up the grandeur of the mountain scenery in all seasons.
  • Oheka Castle, Huntingdon, Long Island, was built by a Gatsby-like figure in 1919 as the backdrop to his lavish parties, and this astonishing French chateau and its gorgeous formal gardens dominate Long Island’s gold coast. Surely one of the US’s grandest and most distinctive historic hotels, winning multiple awards for service.
  • More European-inspiration is in evidence at the Mirbeau Inn and Spa, Skaneateles. This one taking its cute landscaping cues from the paintings of Monet and other French painters. World class spa and fitness centre, fine dining and all a short drive from Rochester and Syracuse.

For upstate explorers

  • Looking like a quaint British country pub, located deep in the Finger Lakes wine country, Morgan Samuels Inn, a delightful early19th century house with a strong historical backstory, offers a distinctive away-from-it-all welcome, in which fire-lit rooms, stunning views and sophisticated cuisine are just some of the elements that make up a magical experience.
  • A grand Victorian mansion and the city’s original and award-winning boutique hotel, The Mansion on Delaware Avenue, Buffalo is the ideal location to explore this attractive city. Perfect for the Niagara Falls and that great American arts treasure house the Albright-Knox gallery.
  • Formerly a university club building, The Inn on Broadway, Rochester, is a relatively recent development that has already built up a strong following in this pleasant academic town on the shores of Lake Ontario. Old world charm is retained, though modern conveniences abound.

And for those who just want a handy weekend escape from the city…

  • Why not try The Graham & Co, an authentic and unpretentious Catskills experience, just a couple of hours from NYC. Swimming pool, hammocks… need we say more?
  • Or for something a bit more upmarket, how about The Quogue Club at Quogue, in the Hamptons. Lovely location, great sea views, and only 90 mins from downtown.

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