Seeped in interesting history, Troutbeck is home to romantics, poets, writers and just about anyone who seeks to enjoy the beauty of nature and a good fireside conversation.

The Atmosphere

Troutbeck is a serene, 250-acre property located in the Hudson Valley near the border of Connecticut and Massachusetts. The property has long played host to some of America’s most influential poets, romantics and environmentalists– from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Mark Twain. Troutbeck underwent a thoughtful renovation in 2017, which refreshed the amenities and style of the property while leaving that timeless feeling of intimacy and inspiration intact. Whether you are reading by the fire in the wood-paneled library, fly-fishing in one of the property’s three trout pools or hiking in the surrounding 5,000 acres of accessible wilderness, you’ll soon understand why people continue to flock to Troutbeck throughout the years.


Your Room

You can choose a guest room in the Manor House closest to the Dining Room, Library and Gallery or opt for a more secluded room in a cottage down the road. Either way, you’ll be treated to cozy interiors, breakfast in bed and the sound of the babbling brook drifting through your window.


Food & Drink

Led by Michelin star Chef Gabe McMackin, Troutbeck’s onsite restaurant works with a variety of local farms to fuel their seasonal menu. It’s simple, it’s elegant, it’s a true farm-to-table experience. Expect to see personal things like “A Beautiful Pastry that Ariel made” on the menu.

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