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    "There is much to do in this part of the Hudson Valley by way of hiking, fishing, skiing and horseback riding, but the idea behind Troutbeck is to continue the estate’s history of bringing together interesting people."

    Todd Plumber
    March 23, 2018

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    "It’s the country retreat you wish your multi-millionaire great aunt invited you to every weekend. [Troutbeck] has been pulling in the literati and politicos for more than two centuries, but it only just got a massive refresh from Champalimaud Design (The Little Nell, the Dorchester), who seriously stepped up the vibe."

    CNT Editors — May, 2018

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    "Getaways don’t come much finer than Troutbeck, two hours Upstate of New York. Don’t forget to explore the pristine swimming pool, lounge in a hammock and visit the 1916 walled garden."

    Ed Stocker
    March 1, 2018

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    "Positioned between the Hudson Valley and New England, it’s a picturesque portal to the region’s riches"

    David Graver
    12 February, 2018

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    "Does this new iteration of Troutbeck signal a burgeoning cultural renaissance in the region? I, for one, hope so."

    Gisella Williams
    January/February 2018

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    "Gambee collaborated with the agency Flavorpill, which was behind the concept of bringing mindfulness to the experience of driving the F-150. The launch event was held at Troutbeck. [They] wanted to incorporate the idea of engaging with nature and being more open to what nature brings out in all of us — a deeper connection to ourselves."

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    "But then Troutbeck…is so much more than high-tech. It exudes the feeling of intimacy a family has. There is a myriad of details that really make an impression here, like breakfast in bed, served on Scully & Scully trays with a newspaper pocket on the side, and the food stacked in tins like the ones used by wallahs in India."

    Doris Chevron — Winter 2017

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    "When not inside writing the next great American novel, guests can get their blood flowing with a match at one of the estate’s two tennis courts, a dip in the outdoor pool, or a stroll around the immaculately maintained walled garden"

    Phoebe Neuma
    December 21, 2017

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    "Troutbeck will be a nexus of what it calls “intellectual and cultural engagement and fellowship among friends, in a house that’s neither ostentatious nor austere, set in a beautiful landscape"

    Maria Shollenbarger
    January 5, 2018

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    "All in the family: Alexandra, Anthony, and Charlie Champalimaud talk preservation, design, and working together on Troutbeck"

    Hadley Keller
    March 26, 2018

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    "This place is perfect for couples looking for a weekend escape, anyone looking to gather a group of friends for the ultimate and intimate house party, and families with older children who seek a dose of nature… Troutbeck is also perfect for history buffs and, come to think of it, anyone looking to write their next, great novel."

    Christina Ohly — Dec, 2017

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    "Open calendar, click pen, search weekend. If you are looking for a mini-break just two hours away from New York City by train, finish reading this but start packing."

    Jamie McDonald
    March 27, 2018

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    "There’s a dining room, of course, but there’s also a study, and a library, and a fireplace with cushy chairs, if you feel inclined to wander to a room where you can lean back to eat your cheese board or grass-fed pork chop rather than sitting rigidly to meet it."

    Maria Yagoda
    April 23, 2018

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    "Don’t leave without trying Chef Marcel Agnez’s menu, which is heavily inspired by growing up in Normandy where he learned to forage for the freshest local ingredients."

    Dylan Essertier
    March 16, 2018

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    "But be warned: Troutbeck’s enchantment casts a spell that’s difficult to break, drawing you back again and again."

    E.J. Kelley
    March 1, 2018

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    "Located in Amenia, just a two-hour drive from New York City, the Dutchess County estate dates back to 1765. What stands today is a soul-stirring, sylvan retreat overlooking the confluence of a tranquil river and creek."

    Keith Flanagan
    March 21, 2018

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