Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center in the Hudson Valley

Located just 25 miles from Manhattan, this Hudson Valley landmark hotel creates the perfect backdrop for your next group, meeting or special event.

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Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center - Specials

Bed and Breakfast Package in Tarrytown

The signature package at the Tarrytown House Estate! Enjoy Deluxe room accomodations for two to include the delicious full American buffet breakfast in our historic Biddle Mansion! Read More

1964 Anniversary Experience

Come celebrate 1964 with us and enjoy being treated like royalty with this package perfect for that memorable occasion! Read More

Tarrytown House's Rockefeller Estate Package

Discover the History of the Hudson Valley with our Rockefeller Estate Package! This package combines your stay at our historic landmark estate with a tour of preeminent Hudson Valley landmark! Read More

AAA Rate

Exclusive AAA Member Savings. Valid AAA membership card required at check in. Read More

Your Vacation, Our Destination

This rate has been discounted by 20% with late checkout at 2pm if available when you pay with American Express Card. Read More

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Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center - Tarrytown Press Releases

Tarrytown House Estate's Hudson Valley Restaurant, Cellar 49, Offering Mother's Day Brunch Menu

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. (May 2014) – Mother’s Day is a holiday that celebrates the most important women in our lives. To honor your mom or other loved ones on May 11, give the gift of a wonderful brunch experience at Cellar 49, located at the Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson, by Destination Hotels & Resorts in Tarrytown, N.Y. The restaurant announced today an exquisite brunch menu that pairs a delicious four-course meal featuring spectacular cuisines paired with carefully selected wines.   Read More

Tarrytown House Estate Appoints New Chef and Manager of Cellar 49 Restaurant in Westchester

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. (May 2014) – Cellar 49, a tavern that provides a modern twist on American fare, announced two new appointments to management at the restaurant. John McGuirk has been named Cellar 49’s new Manager and Chris Hettinger has been appointed the restaurant’s new Chef de Cuisine.   Read More

Tarrytown House Estate Appoints New Banquet Planner to Handle the Hotel's Special Event Catering Activities in the Hudson River Valley

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. (April 2014) –Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson, by Destination Hotels & Resorts, located just 30 minutes from Midtown Manhattan in the heart of the Lower Hudson Valley, has announced the appointment of Antonio Martinez of New Rochelle as the hotel’s new Banquet Planner.   Read More

Tarrytown House Estate to Feature Spring Hotel Offer in Hudson Valley to Celebrate LIGHTSCAPES

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. (April 2014) – The Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson, by Destination Hotels & Resorts announced today a new offer for guests to enjoy during the month of May. Visitors can view Historic Hudson Valley’s new show LIGHTSCAPES, a night event featuring hand-made light sculptures, and an overnight stay at the beautiful and historic property. Read More

Historic Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center in Upstate New York Looks Back on 50 Years Since Becoming the Nation's First Conference Center

  TARRYTOWN, N.Y. (April 2014) – As Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center, by Destination Hotels & Resorts, celebrates 50 years as the nation’s first conference center, representatives of the property reflect on how meetings and other business gatherings have evolved over the past few decades.   In 1964, the New York Times described the Estate as a “campus for hire.” Over the past 50 years, the Estate has played host to thousands of educational institutions, organizations, and businesses including IBM, AT&T and General Electric and has contributed towards the growth of the conference center industry.   The property was acquired by Robert Schwartz, a visionary and journalist who had served at one time as New York bureau chief for Time Magazine. Schwartz realized that corporate America needed a new type of lodging facility designed exclusively for business meetings and with that, he set about the task of creating the nation’s first executive conference center.  Schwartz passed away in 2013, but his mantra from 1964 remains as relevant today as it was 50 years ago, “We wish all who come here, leave with a better and fuller sense of themselves and of their organization.”   Joe Santore, General Manager of the Estate & Conference Center for the last 10 years, said there has been a steady trend of loyalty at the property from businesses and large corporations in the region.   “The need for companies and professional organizations to bring their people together and connect is as present today as it has been over the last half century,” said Santore. “Our customers in 1964 remain our customers today, which are represented across all business segments and professional organizations.”   Santore noted that with the continuous evolvement of a diverse workforce, there has been a continued growth in networking opportunities taking place outside of the meeting room. The Estate’s college campus environment allows for gatherings of various sizes.   In 2006, the International Association of Conference Centers (IACC) issued an official proclamation certifying Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center as the Nation’s First Conference Center. IACC has recognized the critical role the property has had in the creation of the Conference Center concept which now represents over 350 IACC properties worldwide.   In today’s business world, meetings continue to be high in demand as a key way to get corporate professionals together, according to Jamieson Asselta, Director of Sales.   “There is no greater return in investment than the investment that organizations continue to make on their staff by bringing them together to connect, network, and train in which a conference center like Tarrytown House provides,” he said.   Everything from teambuilding with fine culinary to implementing new technology during business gatherings ranked among the most popular meeting trends. “The projector has given way to the LCD and we are continually investing in greater bandwidths to meet our attendees’ needs. However, the single greatest technological advancement for the collaboration and fostering of ideas in the meeting room has been and continues to be the flip chart,” continued Asselta.   While the property has existed as a conference center for the past 50 years, the Estate dates back as early as 1840. Years later, in 1921, Mary Duke Biddle of the Duke Tobacco family purchased the large granite mansion which is known today as the Biddle Mansion. After her death in 1960, Biddle’s children sold it to the African nation of Mali, which used it for a short time as a diplomatic retreat before Schwartz acquired it one year later.   For more information about Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center, please call (914) 591-8200 or visit www.tarrytownhouseestate.com.    About Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center Celebrating 50 years as the nation’s first conference center, Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center, by Destination Hotels & Resorts is located just 25 miles from midtown Manhattan. A broad range of meeting packages, as well as custom conference options, provides planning flexibility and convenience. Set on 26 acres overlooking the Hudson River Valley, the Tarrytown House features impressive 19th-Century mansions, as well as a contemporary atrium-style building that houses over 30,000 square feet of meeting space for gatherings of all sizes, including IACC-certified conference facilities with unmatched technological capabilities. For more information, please contact the Tarrytown House at 1-800-553-8118 or check their Website at www.tarrytownhouseestate.com.   About Destination Hotels and Resorts Destination Hotels and Resorts is the fourth largest hospitality management company in the U.S. with a portfolio of more than 40 independent luxury and upscale hotels and resorts across North America. Located in premier travel destinations including Aspen, Chicago, Denver, Lake Tahoe, Los Angeles, Maui, Miami, New Orleans, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Santa Fe, Seattle, Vail and Washington D.C., the award-winning company operates 21 golf courses, 18 full-service spas, seven IACC-certified conference centers and more than 125 unique culinary venues. Headquartered in Colorado, the privately-owned company is a subsidiary of Lowe Enterprises, a Los Angeles-based investment, development and real estate firm. For more information on Destination Hotels and Resorts, visit www.destinationhotels.com. Follow us on Twitter: @Destination. Like us on Facebook: DestinationHotels. Read More

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Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center - Events

Art at the Core: The Intersection of Visual Art and Performance

October 27, 2013 - July 27, 2014. Don’t miss your last chance to see Art at the Core: The Intersection of Visual Art and Performance, ending in July. The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art’s group exhibition features works from renowned artists, as well as various original theatre pieces.  Read More

Lyndhurst Mansion Tours

May 02, 2014 - November 02, 2014. Take a walk through history this summer and fall at the Lyndhurst Mansion Tours, in Tarrytown. These tours, held on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, take you through the mansion’s newly reopened grand Picture Gallery, featuring collections from the 19th century.  Read More

Farm Stand at Hilltop Hanover Farm

June 06, 2014 - November 14, 2014. Explore the wide assortment of freshly grown, local, produce at the Farm Stand at Hilltop Hanover Farm. Every Friday and Saturday throughout the summer and fall, local farmers in nearby Yorktown Heights come out to sell their farm fresh produce and hand made goods. Read More

2014 Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

June 10, 2014 - August 31, 2014. Travel back in time to the Elizabethan theater with the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival’s renditions of Othello, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, and The Liar. These famous plays will be performed in an open air theater at this annual festival. Read More

Forever Motown!

August 09, 2014. Make your way to the Westchester Broadway Theatre to experience Forever Motown! This tribute show recreates the classic sounds of Motown icons such as Marvin Gaye & Tammie Terrell, Gladys Knight & The Pips, The Temptations, and many more.  Read More

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Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center - Escrapbook

Experience the History of Hudson Valley at Tarrytown House Estate with Featured Kykuit/Rockefeller Estate Package

If you are looking for a getaway this summer that offers a tour of one of the most stunning estates in the United States, Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson, by Destination Hotels & Resorts is offering that and more with its “Kykuit/Rockefeller Estate” package. Guests can enjoy deluxe accommodations, a sumptuous American breakfast for two, and a tour of Kykuit, the legendary Rockefeller estate nearby in Tarrytown, N.Y. Just minutes away from the Estate, the two-hour tour at this hilltop paradise features the history of the estate that was home to four generations of the Rockefeller family, beginning with the philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil. Now an historic site of the National Trust, this extraordinary landmark has been meticulously maintained for almost 100 years and welcomes visitors during the spring and summer. The tour winds through the main rooms of the six-story stone house, then to the expansive, terraced gardens featuring Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller’s exceptional collection of 20th century sculpture. Artists represented include Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore, Alexander Calder, Louise Nevelson, and David Smith, among many others. Next, experience the private underground art galleries filled with Picasso tapestries, and the Coach Barn, with collections of classic automobiles and horse-drawn carriages. Following the tour, guests can stroll the beautiful grounds of the Estate, take a dip in one of the pools or enjoy the beautiful scenery overlooking the Hudson River. Deluxe accommodations and breakfast are also included. For more information, call 914-591-3122 to reserve your tour time in advance. Read More

Nothing Says Happy Mother’s Day better than Brunch at Cellar 49

Tarrytown restaurant puts a contemporary twist on classic American Tavern with a special menu for moms and loved ones Mother’s Day is a holiday that celebrates the most important women in our lives. To honor your mom or other loved ones on May 11, give the gift of a wonderful brunch experience at Cellar 49. The exquisite menu pairs a delicious four-course meal featuring spectacular cuisines paired with carefully selected wines. Read More

Back to the Future: The Evolution of Meetings

As Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center by Destination Hotels & Resorts celebrates 50 years as the nation’s first conference center, we reflect on how meetings and other business gatherings have evolved over the years. The Estate has played host to thousands of educational institutions, organizations, and businesses including IBM, AT&T and General Electric and has contributed towards the growth of the conference center industry over the past few decades. There has been a steady trend of loyalty from businesses and large corporations in the region. Read More

Celebrating the Nation’s First Conference Center

In 1964, Tarrytown House Estate became the nation’s first conference center.  Described in a New York Times article that year as a “campus for hire,” the Estate has played host to thousands of businesses, organizations and educational institutions over the past 50 years and has paved the way for the growth of the conference center industry. Read More

Romance is in the Air with a Valentine's Getaway in New York State

Enjoy a Valentine’s Dinner, a Bed & Breakfast package, or a full Romance Getaway at Tarrytown House Estate. Read More

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