- Pool: Indoor
- Spa: Yes
- Fitness Center: Yes
- Airport Shuttle: No
- Onsite Restaurant: Yes
- Wifi: Yes
Tucked away on a hillside overlooking the Hudson River Highlands, The Abbey Inn – opening in February 2020 – is a unique, full-service boutique hotel featuring 42 distinctive guest rooms and suites, stunning meeting and banquet rooms for any occasion, a full-service spa and the Apropos farm-to-table restaurant.
Located on historic Fort Hill, where Washington’s army set up a key lookout post in the Revolutionary War, the 1902 convent of the Episcopal Sisters of Saint Mary’s has been beautifully repurposed as a secular retreat for today’s discerning travelers. Located just an hour from midtown Manhattan, with a complimentary shuttle to and from the Metro-North train station, The Abbey Inn feels a world away. The ideal stay for weekenders and tourists to explore nearby destinations such as Cold Spring, Beacon, West Point and other historic Hudson River Towns … or never leave our grounds and renew mind, body and soul at The Abbey Spa, Apropos Restaurant and Bar, our waterfall whirlpool and over 50 acres of scenic walking trails.
The Abbey Inn is Northern Westchester’s and the Lower Hudson River Valley’s premier new venue to celebrate life’s most precious occasions, from weddings to anniversaries, to birthdays, to gala fundraisers, to holiday cheer. Whether a large gathering for up to 135 guests in The Highlands Ballroom, a more intimate gathering for 64 in The Cornerstone Room, a private dinner party in The Cellar Tasting Room, or an intimate table for two or more in Apropos Restaurant, you’ll want to make The Abbey Inn your destination of choice.
The Abbey Inn & Spa and its magnificent event spaces are the perfect place for your next business retreat or meeting. Ideal for small to medium sized planning and strategy meetings, organization conferences or thought leader talks. Each meeting room includes state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment with facility-wide WiFi. Food and beverage options range from breakfasts to working lunches to welcome dinners.