• welcome to troutbeck

    The Dutchess County homestead. Home for centuries to Romantics, Naturalists, Humanists and Poets. The Gateway to the North East Cultural and Culinary Corridor. Revived and Renewed in 2017.

  • the manor house

    The Manor House (c.1919) houses seventeen beautifully modernized guestrooms and suites, our Gallery, Bar, Dining Room, Living Room, Library and Ballroom.

  • book your stay

    book your stay

    Please call or contact us for availability and room reservations.

    reservations@troutbeck.com

    T +1 (845) 789 1555

  • century lodge

    Century Lodge (c.1760), a four bedroom cottage, newly modernized. Adjacent, twelve modern guestrooms and suites share a large common room and gathering space.

  • troutbeck by train

    Via Metro North Railroad from Grand Central Terminal, NYC. Arrive at Wassaic, NY in approximately two hours – six minutes from Troutbeck. We’ll gladly collect you from the station.

  • troutbeck by car

    From Manhattan via the Taconic State Parkway to US-44 East, turn right onto Leedsville Rd. Approximately 97 miles,
    2 hours drive time.
    Google Maps

  • myron benton

    “I liked Myron Benton from the first sight of him. I was then twenty-five. He had the flavor of the farm and of the country -a rural quality of mind and character that had been touched and mellowed
    by the influence of the best literature.” John Burroughs

  • joel E. spingarn

    Colonel Joel E. Spingarn (May 17, 1875 – July 26, 1939) Professor of Comparative Literature at Columbia University, founder of Harcourt Brace & Company. A Poet and botanist. A founder of the NAACP.

  • book your stay

    “Spacious but informal, alternating openness with seclusion, sociability with privacy; such is the nature of this house.” —L. Mumford

    book your stay

    Please call or contact us for availability and room reservations.

    reservations@troutbeck.com

    T +1 (845) 789 1555

  • from farm to table

    Our seasonal menu is locally sourced from Farms and Purveyors located here, in the world reknowned Hudson Valley.

    from farm to table

    Some of the farms we work with: Rock Steady Farm and Flower, Sky Farms, Coach Farm, Samascot Orchard, Ronnybrook, Morningstar Farm, Meili Farm.

  • book a table

    Breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Parties of six or more kindly contact us directly.

  • equestrianism

    This is horse country with numerous stables, riding facilities, Hunt and Polo Clubs active in the area. Lessons and trail rides may be arranged.

  • activities and recreation

    Whatever your outdoor pursuit, Troutbeck can accommodate. Ask us about Yoga, Pilates or guided meditation. Orvis Sandanona and Lime Rock Racetrack are nearby.

    arts and culture

    The Wassaic Project is minutes away. So too are Sharon, Kent, and Millerton – replete with book and antique shops, farmers markets and great restaurants. Hudson, Mass Moca and Dia Beacon are a stones’ throw by car.

  • fly fishing

    We have three trout pools on our secluded stretch of the Webutuck River, accessible to residents only. Or, guided fishing and river rafting trips can be arranged on the famous Housatonic River
    nearby.

  • hiking

    We are surrounded by over 5,000 acres of accessible wilderness. Audaubon societies, land preserves, state parks, and the nearby Appalachian Trail. Picnics and packed lunches are easily prepared on request.

  • skiing

    We are a mere 15 minutes from the family friendly Mohawk Mountain and 35 minutes from Catamount Ski Area amongst the largest ski areas in the Berkshires. Shuttle Service to our local ski areas is available.

  • cycling

    Welcome to some of the best cycling in the country. We are central to hundreds of miles of quiet, challenging cycling routes. For leisure riders, the Harlem Valley Rail Trail is minutes away.

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