One is hard pressed not to revel in the beauty, comfort and care afforded to those dining or staying at the Castle on the Hudson in Tarrytown. This distinctive building is impressive with its architecture and grounds overlooking the Hudson River.
Its setting is ideal with the island of Manhattan twenty miles to the south. Whether by car, rail or air travel the Castle on the Hudson is easily accessible and a "must see" destination for a host of reasons that transform quickly into fond memories.
Dining at the Castle offers guests variety in ambience defined by names like the Garden, Oak, and Tapestry rooms. With the coming of spring and warmer weather, the Garden Terrace, along with the Grotto, will add to the outdoor appeal that many diners seek. Regardless of the setting chosen, guests will be treated to food prepared by Equus Executive Chef David Haviland and to a standard of service second to none.
With the coming of spring the Equus Restaurant has created an opportunity for patrons to enjoy a weekday Prix Fixe Three-Course Dinner Menu. The complete menu with all available choices is available online at castleonthehudson.com. It is certain to entice those looking for a special weekday dining experience offered from 6 to 9:30 pm. On weekends the Equus at the Castle offers a Prix Fixe Four-Course Dinner Menu and this writer can attest to the need for reservations due to the popularity of this offering. Reservations can be made by calling (914) 631-1980.
For those who live locally and are expecting guests for graduation or special family gatherings, the Castle offers accommodations that are spacious and inviting. There are ten rooms with double queen beds, ten with king size beds and four junior suites that have king size poster beds. Also offered are six luxury suites each individually appointed, and once again this writer can attest to their beauty, comfort and the relaxation they impart.
Corporations have also found the Castle’s three state-of-the-art meeting rooms an excellent choice for seminars and team-building gatherings. Business men and women not only avail themselves to the content of their meetings but to the beauty of their surroundings as well.
For those who have never visited the Castle, make a belated New Year’s resolution and do so. Leave your car with the valet service and have a late afternoon or evening drink in the General’s Bar. If teetotaling is your passion so be it. Call and make reservations for afternoon tea. Whatever the reason, treat yourself to this marvelous place in your own home town.
For everyone else, simply choose to have a one-of-a-kind experience and visit the Castle on the Hudson. It is luxury without pretense. It is beauty to behold. It is a memorable dining experience in an environment where your mind will not allow you to think of anything else. That’s the Castle, simply and elegantly an incomparable destination. Visit castleonthehudson.com and explore all the possibilities.