Stayed at 3rd State Hudson with 15 family members and friends. While it would definitely benefit from some upgrades, we had a great stay. The opportunity to all be under one roof for an affordable price was priceless. We enjoyed our stay at 3rd State Hudson very much!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 3rd State Hudson was an old mansion built in 1864 designed to entertain potential clients for a contracting company based on Warren Street in Hudson, which is two, short blocks away. The grandson of the original owner, during the 1930s Depression, moved the company to their home, and subdivided the building so they could survive in such hard times. By 2014, we own it, and are restoring the mansion back to its glory, but keeping the subdivisions to accommodate the incredible number of visitors Hudson has been seeing due to antiquing, agritourism, art, music, and the surrounding natural wonders. When we first started looking for property in upstate NY, we fell in love with Hudson. Everyone was welcoming and the food was comparable to fine dining in NYC, but with a country mindset. We discovered it was impossible to stay in Hudson on a modest budget, though, due to BnBs not allowing children, or charging outlandish prices to "see" their antique driven homes. We just needed an affordable place to stay for a family. Years later, after we bought a farm built in 1755 in Green County, the opportunity came to purchase 3rd State Hudson. The first thing we thought was to provide a place for people just like us: people that love Hudson, but can't afford an expensive bnb in town. Presently, even during our renovation, we provide multiple single rooms and suites that range in price from $50/night to $99/night. If there is an amenity you want and its not listed,, we try our hardest to make it happen for you. We are not a bnb, but a gng (go and get it). Only one apartment is animal friendly, we have our own parking lot (monitored and shared with our ethnically diverse neighbors - Jamaican, Bangladeshi, Pakistani), and please excuse the exterior of the building. Its the last thing we plan on renovating as we bring the old mansion back to her beautiful self. ... more less