Tarrytown House Estate Announces Spring Ahead and Save Weekend Package During April
Celebrate the End of Winter
Tarrytown, NY (March 2011) The end is in sight. The clocks were moved one hour ahead on March 13 to begin Daylight Savings Time and spring arrived at long last on March 20. To celebrate the end of one of the coldest and stormiest winters, The Tarrytown House Estate recently announced its Spring Ahead and Save weekend package during April.
For just $139 for two people, this package is the perfect getaway at the beautiful hotel on the Hudson River, which will be abloom with spring’s awakening in the coming weeks. Extending the weekend stay by adding a Sunday night costs only $99.
By booking now and saving with this limited time offer—good only during the month of April—guests will also get a $25 credit for food in Cellar 49, the Estate’s classic American Tavern which offers great food and a wine cellar with unique selections as well as a wide variety of bottled and tap beers from around the world and the Hudson Valley. The $25 credit can also be used for breakfast in the Winter Palace.
The 26-acre hotel, managed by Destination Hotels & Resorts, offers winter-weary guests a treasure-trove of amenities including beautifully landscaped surroundings and breathtaking views of the Hudson River, a fitness center open around the clock with state-of-the-art equipment, indoor pool, a racquetball court, hot tub and sauna (open from 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.). With the arrival of warmer weather, guests can explore the grounds and relax by the Hudson Terrace or play bocce, horseshoes and tennis. The villages of Tarrytown and Irvington are nearby and feature beautiful boutiques and shopping.
"Spring is an absolutely beautiful time of year at the Tarrytown House Estate which is only 20 miles from Manhattan," said Anthony Amendola, Director of Sales and Marketing. “This special package will give guests the opportunity to enjoy the few extra hours of sunlight in a beautiful setting.”
*Package available Fridays, Saturdays in April, 2011; higher rates may apply.