Ratings based on 410 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Maria from Pennsylvania
In case of emergencies...Posted Feb 3, 2014
During the recent winter storm that assaulted the northeast, we needed a place to stay one night due to the horrible road conditions back to Pennsylvania. We chose this hotel based on convenience and price. That could be a receipe for disaster, but it turned out to be a great choice. I would definitely return just to relax for the weekend. It is tucked away, but still a convenient ride to NYC.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice estate like feel. View of river is nice.Posted Dec 13, 2013
Recommendedby Deb from Nebraska
Posted Nov 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great location, quiet and great views. Walked to Cellar 49 on the complex for dinner and drinks. The staff arranged a cab two times and it was very helpful. The leaves were changing colors and there are so many local sites to see. Choice restaurants within a close drive. We enjoyed Restaurant Week 2013 and tried so many great places. Our favorite tourist site was the New Croton dam. It is a must see. On one day we took the train to the city, saw the Rockettes Christmas spectacular, Time Square, the Stardust diner with singing waiters and the 100th year for Grand Central Station.
by Laura from Boston, MA
Has PotentialPosted Nov 4, 2013
Pros: comfortable beds, nice people at check in
Cons: new rugs would go a long way.
Location: We didn't stay long enough to do any sightseeing but the hotel was convenient to Sarah Lawrence College (15 minute drive)
I spent one night at the hotel while traveling to Sarah Lawrence College with my daughter. The place looked lovely in the photos and the price seemed reasonable so I booked it. Let me start by saying that the front desk staff were super nice even gave us a little bag of homemade granola as a take away gift (nice touch). They gave us a room on a lower level that faced a beautiful garden. A few bummers: Parking was far away from the room and we had to bring our bags down several flights of stairs. No bellhops in sight. I was grateful that it wasn't raining or icy because that would have made the journey from the distant parking lot miserable. One other thing to consider: The hotel is badly in need of an update. The rugs are tired and the furniture is dated. This may be the reason that the rates seemed low.
for Everyoneby mary from ca
Friendly staff very helpfulPosted Oct 30, 2013
Great time just beautiful hotel. Room was clean and fresh, Staff was fantastic
Recommendedby Kirsten from Hauppauge NY
Halloween weekendPosted Oct 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
very nice hotel, beautiful grounds. We went for the weekend to visit friends in Sleepy Hollow. Great location from all the activities. I would go back!
Recommendedby Pamela from NYC
A Retreat on the HudsonPosted Oct 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Jonathan from Ottawa. Ontario.
A country refuge close to New York City.Posted Oct 25, 2013
This hotel, set deep in the countryside, has the feel of a stately mansion. It is very close to the railway in Irvington and Tarrytown and you can get into Grand Central in about a half hour. When compared with the option of driving in to the city, it is a very good choice. You can park your car at the station and take public transportation from there. There are several separate 'houses' where rooms are located as well as central areas such as a fine restaurant and exercise facilities and a pool. I would rate the hotel very highly.
for Everyoneby A from New York
Nice HotelPosted Oct 22, 2013
Very beutiful hotel. The best part is that you can get in touch with nature And very professional staff
for Couplesby NYC from New York, New York
Peaceful hotel in pretty surroundingsPosted Oct 21, 2013
Pros: Gardens, comfortable beds, close to charming Tarrytown
Cons: Bath/shower was slippery. Reception was rude when we called and tried to book a spa treatment prior to our stay, so we didn't end up booking.
Location: Sunset Cove has a nice brunch buffet that is worth trying, if not for the food (enjoyale but standard) for the pretty views of the Hudson.
We arrived late but the front desk was able to give us some ideas for dining in the evening. We only stayed one night - would recommend staying for two to take advantage of walking the peaceful grounds and enjoying the beautiful fitness club/raquetball court and heated pool (all very tastefully done and overlooking the gardens).