Throughout its colorful history, Hudson has reinvented itself: as a once-bustling late-18th-century whaling town, a bawdy 19th-century industrial city and now the place to go for a rustic French country table, a pair of Swedish Sirocco chairs or a quirky objet d’art. Along with over 50 antiques shops, this small Hudson River city also offers galleries, restaurants and lively performance arts.” —The New York Times

Resources to help you plan your visit:

Hudson First
Historic Hudson
Art in Hudson 
Hudson Antiques  
Rural Intelligence  

Where to Stay:

Country Squire Bed & Breakfast 
Hudson B & B
The Hudson Milliner
Wm Farmer and Sons
Rivertown Lodge
Inn at Ca’Mea
Inn at Hudson
The Inn at 34
Manor at Brookbound
The Barlow
The Croff House
Hudson City B&B
Mount Merino Manor
Westcott House B&B
Thyme in the Country

Helpful links to help you find accommodation in and around Hudson:

Hudson Area Lodging
Columbia County Lodging Association
Vacation Rental by Owner 
Air B & B Hudson