Welcome to Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa, our beautiful retreat in the historic Hudson Valley. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, we promise to provide you a memorable experience in our spectacular country setting.
There are many reasons to stay with us, starting with our beautiful location nestled amongst 200 acres of lush gardens and rolling hills surrounding a crystalline freshwater lake with a view of the Shawangunk Mountain Range. Hiking, biking, climbing or birdwatching, and numerous outdoor recreational activities are close by. And we’re just a short drive from the world-famous Catskill Mountains, whose majestic beauty inspired a generation of American artists.
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa is the ideal destination; combining multi-faceted conference facilities, exceptional accommodations, an enviable location (90-minutes from just about anywhere in the Tri State area), and a wide range of professional and recreational opportunities.
Founded by the Smiley Family in 1869, our Victorian castle resort is nestled in the Hudson Valley, only 90 miles north of New York City. Surrounded by 40,000 acres of pristine forest, our National Historic Landmark resort offers farm-to-table cuisine and an award-winning spa.
The origin of the Mountain House lies in a ten-room inn, Stokes Tavern, purchased by Albert K. Smiley in 1869 along with 280 surrounding acres, converted over the years into the castle on a lake that we see today.
Owned and operated by the Smiley family since its inception, Mohonk Mountain House is a National Historic Landmark, a place of extraordinary scenic beauty, and a testament to the preservation of the wonders of the natural world.
Mohonk Mountain House is a proud member of the Historic Hotels of America.
The Emerson Resort and Spa was designed with the splendor of the Catskill Mountains & Hudson Valley in mind. Conveniently located just two hours from New York City, your next successful group meeting and retreat is waiting for you at the Emerson Resort & Spa.
For more than two centuries, travelers have discovered the unspoiled beauty hidden among New York’s Catskill Mountains. Early settlers established farms, which gave birth to small towns like Woodstock and Phoenicia. The site of the Emerson Resort & Spa was once The Riseley Flat, a thriving dairy farm built in 1840. In 1874 trains began stopping at this site daily, bringing hordes of visitors for their first taste of the Hudson Valley. For many, that first taste was ice cream, made fresh at the Riseley dairy.
Today, reminders of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s legacy can be found in Emerson quotes placed throughout the Inn. Expansive views of Mt. Tremper and the Esopus Creek are framed by open spaces and large windows, charming and inspiring those looking to reconnect with nature. The Emerson Resort & Spa continues to honor our namesake by hosting thousands of guests and travelers amidst the beauty of the Catskills.
High Peaks Resort is located in the heart of Lake Placid with easy access to everything there is to do here. This is where hospitality comes naturally. Welcome to the High Peaks Resort. A casually elegant hotel that’s the latest addition to the world-class destination of Lake Placid.
High Peaks Resort’s central location and rich Olympic heritage allows visitors unsurpassed opportunities to experience countless adventures during their stay. From interactive Olympic venues including the bobsled track, the oval where Eric Heiden won five gold medals in speed skating and the Herb Brooks Arena on which the US Hockey Team accomplished the Miracle on Ice by defeating the Soviets in the 1980 Olympics to outdoor activities ranging from hiking, fishing, boating, golf, snowshoeing, and skiing; all our guest’s experience a visit full of fun, fantastic memories and countless reasons to return.
Buttermilk Falls’ extraordinary 75 acre Hudson River Valley estate offers a remarkable selection of lodgings, a farm-to-table restaurant, an organic kitchen garden and orchard a world class spa, gardens, trails and animal sanctuary. Numerous Hudson River Valley attractions, are close by.
Join us at Buttermilk Falls for the day, for an evening, for a weekend or a week-long retreat …or for your very special event.