This English-style hotel is located near the small town of Amenia and it possesses a certain historic charm that makes it irresistible to vacationers who desire a quaint getaway from the city. Arranged by New York studio Champalimaud, the space has a strong rustic character that embraces a contemporary flair for design.
The English-style hotel was once owned by poet and naturalist Myron B. Benton. The original country dwelling was built back in 1765. The strikingly homey structure was bought by Anthony and Charlie Champalimaud who then renovated the space to accommodate guests. In addition to the rustic and warmth-inducing rooms, the Troutbeck hotel in Upstate New York also boasts a farm-to-table restaurant run by Marcel Agnez.