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Mount Merino Manor has been featured in many publications recommending the Hudson Valley and Hudson, NY as a getaway. Here are some of them:

 

Washington Post, April 2016
This article about touring the Hudson Valley highlights some interesting places to visit including Olana, Cedar Grove, FDR Presidential Library and Museum, the Culinary Institute of America, and Walkway Over the Hudson. The article also includes a very short-list of places to stay, and they recommend Mount Merino Manor highly.
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Harper’s Bazaar, August 2014
In the May 2014 issue, jewelry designer Pamela Love writes about her favorite places in Hudson, NY. About Mount Merino Manor: “Mount Merino Manor is my favourite B&B. The rooms have a view of the mountains and are outfitted with beautiful antique furniture.”
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Strolby, April 2014
We met a few former Brooklynites in Hudson recently–one shop owner told us she’d traveled to town for a weekend getaway and simply never left. Indeed, with new businesses flourishing in historic spaces and the eclectic mix of long-time locals, former New Yorkers and European transplants, it’s not hard to see why people find the town so attractive.
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Weekend Trips, September 2013
How does a weekend trip to Hudson in upstate New York sound? There has been a lot of buzz around Hudson; the city has undergone a transformation in recent years, moving away from its industrial roots to now becoming a hotspot city for both art creators and art lovers.
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Vogue Magazine, July 2013
As summer approaches the final glorious lap, it’s time to savor the last uncharted days of the season. What better excuse is there to pack your bags and head out on a spontaneous road trip? It just so happens that many of our favorite beauty brands hail from destinations ideal for a last-minute escape.
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Departures Magazine, July 2013
“We offer the personal attention of a B&B with the amenities of a boutique hotel,” says Rita Birmingham, co-owner of Mount Merino Manor, formerly the home of Gustavus Sabine, who was artist Frederic Church’s physician.
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Refinery29NYC, December 2010
Hot toddies at The Waverly Inn, ice skating in Central Park, the Rockefeller Christmas lights twinkling down 5th Avenue…as much as the holidays in NYC can make you feel like you’re about to be whisked off to land where sugar plums fuse with Manolos, in reality, sometimes we all need to break to maintain our sanity.
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Pottery Barn with style expert Jeffrey Moss, September 2010
In this video, pottery barn expert Jeffery Moss is visiting the Hudson Valley in New York to capture the holiday season.
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New York Magazine, June 2010
Meet Hudson’s Emerging Artists and Photographers. A slew of new galleries and bars are moving into this upstate city’s dated factories.
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The New York Times, December 2008
Throughout its colorful history, Hudson has reinvented itself: as a once-bustling late-18th-century whaling town, a bawdy 19th-century industrial city and now the place to go for a rustic French country table, a pair of Swedish Sirocco chairs or a quirky objet d’art.
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Travel + Leisure
This longtime retreat for harried New Yorkers has emerged as a destination where small-town charm meets quiet sophistication.
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