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Rivertown Lodge

Housed in a two-story 1920s building that once served as a movie theater, the Rivertown Lodge is your new home base for your weekend getaways. It's just a two-hour drive/ride north of the city, and is set on Hudson's bustling Warren Street amid a ton of new shops and restaurants. The interior aims to be earnest and a little old-school, with wooden floors and a mix of vintage and clean custom-built furniture, much of which is the work of local shop Workstead. There's also a library and a communal kitchen on site, as well as a bar stocked with local craft brews.

Photos: Matthew Williams / Workstead

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