Tarrytown House Estate Blog
Tarrytown’s “Charm” Noted in The New York Times
A gem in the Hudson Valley, the Village of Tarrytown was recently highlighted in the real estate section of The New York Times as a popular New York destination for its charm, shopping and dining. Also praised for its close proximity to Manhattan, unique community vibe, and interesting attractions, this Westchester County location has much to offer, including Destination Hotel’s landmark property – Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson.
A perfect backdrop for a vacation or a special event, the elegant and historic Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson is located in close proximity to an array of activities, including regular shows at the 128-year-old Tarrytown House Music Hall. Additionally noted in the article, the village is booming with eclectic businesses including luxury boutiques and restaurants with excellent dining options.
“.. a diverse suburban New York village of 11,354 people — [Tarrytown] is having a moment. With only four stores available for rent, it is humming with new businesses, including a soon-to-open sushi restaurant, a home goods store and a recently opened toy store using a space where the previous tenants included a flooring retailer and a bike shop.”
The New York Times
July 2, 2013
When staying at the Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson, guests can enjoy knowing that they are nestled in a neighborhood that is known for its unique selection of stores and businesses that provide something interesting and fun for everyone. To read The New York Times article in its entirety, visit