À propos de ce logement
Fully renovated one bedroom apartment with private entrance located 2 blocks from Warren Street, half a block from Club Helsinki.
It's quiet, designed with you in mind, with everything you need for as restful a stay as you wish.
Newly renovated ground floor apartment in a sweet townhouse built in 1850. It is conveniently located both to explore Hudson as well as the surrounding countryside. Your private entrance is on State Street, framed by cherry trees. The bedroom, with queen-sized bed, walk-in closet, and full bath is in the middle of the house so it's quiet and peaceful. The kitchen area comes equipped and ready for easy meal prep. It is stocked with coffee, tea, basic condiments and more.
Accès des voyageurs
I will do my best always to greet you and show you the lay of the land. If that's not possible, the key-less entry will make for easy access.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will assume you prefer your privacy. However, I live in the house as well so am available, and very willing, to give recommendations, directions etc.
While Hudson is certainly entertaining enough in and of itself, the surrounding countryside is extraordinary with many attractions of national importance - Olana, Thomas Cole House, Clermont, Art Omi, Bard College, Montgomery Place, etc. - making a vehicle of great benefit.
Leave it (almost) as you find it.
I live in the house as well so I will be quiet as possible (it was built in 1850 and floors will creak). And, as I am a massage therapist and have my studio in my home, I will appreciate a degree of quiet as well - but certainly do not expect anyone to tiptoe about...
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I live in Hudson, New York - by train it's about 2 hours north of NYC, by car it's about 2.5 hours.
My life's passions have been art and design, and bodywork and health.
I have my degree from Parsons School of Design in NYC. Two friends and I created an aromatherapy and relaxation retail store named Amphora. My title was Creator Director. It was a great experience! We were bought into by GNC and expanded up and down the west coast. During that time I received an award for my packaging designs. I'm also a sometime curator, and a co-founder of a non-profit named Empire Historic Arts doing public space installations of an historic nature to entertain and educate.
Concurrently, I've been a massage therapist for nearly 30 years. I work mainly in Hudson and NYC but also periodically travel to LA & Seattle to see clients there. It's extremely gratifying work and, when done well, actually incorporates many of the same principles as any good design. As a compliment to my bodywork, I also offer a line of supplements. I like to be a positive influence in the lives of the people I touch and these allow me to benefit their quality of life on a daily basis. These supplements are the only ones that I've ever taken and actually felt a distinct difference for having done so.
I love what I do.