The newly-ren­o­vated Trout­beck es­tate.

Re­lax­ation is at the heart of this Hud­son Val­ley re­treat, where rich tex­tures and dark tones make an invit­ing at­mos­phere that wel­comes you in like an old friend

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In up­state New York’s cul­tural and creative cor­ri­dor, you’ll find the newly ren­o­vated Trout­beck coun­try house es­tate, a for­mer favourite of nov­el­ists Mark Twain and Ernest Hem­ing­way. Sit­u­ated in the town of Ame­nia, on 45 acres of bu­colic land­scape in the Hud­son Val­ley, the ho­tel’s 250-year legacy has been reimag­ined, cour­tesy of the New York city de­sign stu­dio Cham­pal­i­maud. His­toric de­tails have been re­stored and fur­nish­ings up­dated to cre­ate a look of ef­fort­less, lux­u­ri­ous ease.

NEED TO KNOW

■ The ho­tel has 36 bed­rooms and suites, with prices start­ing at £212 a night. ■ Ac­ces­si­ble by train, or a two-hour drive from New York city. ■ The din­ing room serves dishes sourced from lo­cal pro­duc­ers. ■ A per­fect ru­ral spot for some hik­ing, horse rid­ing and fly fish­ing. ■ Trout­beck, 515 Leedsville Road, Ame­nia, NY 12501, 001 845 789 1555, trout­beck.com.

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