Thursday March 14 to Sunday March 24th

History & Magic

on the Hudson

Discover nine elegant guest rooms, a ca. 1883 tavern featuring craft cocktails and locally sourced cuisine and a river front bar and grill, all recently restored.

Arrive by land or sea to enjoy our sleepy little town of Athens, NY which is directly across the river from the city of Hudson, a mere 15 minutes away by car. During July and August, a ferry is available Friday and Saturday nights.

The Stewart House hotel aims to be a luxurious yet comfortable respite from city life while offering a glimpse at the history and incredible natural beauty that have played such an important part in New York and indeed American history.


Guest Rooms

Renovated in 2018, our spacious guest rooms each embody their own unique style while providing a comfortable place to relax into a simpler, quieter time.  

King, queen and family friendly bedrooms are available.  In total the Stewart House can sleep up to 22 people comfortably.   

Each guest room features luxurious bedding, robes and slippers, locally made natural amenities, ensuite bathrooms with towel warmers, antique furniture and fine details.  

All rooms include continental breakfast featuring fresh fruit, yogurt, house-made granola, seasonal bread, coffee and tea PLUS 2 cocktails or wine in our Tavern (Thursday to Sunday only).  



ca. 1883 Tavern

Step back in time where cocktails are expertly crafted and your meal is locally sourced and prepared with precision and care by well known Chef Bob Turner. We specialize in comfort food made from scratch with a modern twist.  

Open Thursday to Sunday

3:00 - 5:00 cocktail hour with $2 oysters

5pm Dinner Service - Thursday to Saturday

Sunday Supper 3pm to 8pm


The River Grill

What could be better than cocktails, beer, BBQ and bands on the Hudson River? Enjoy live local music, wood-fire grilled delights and a full bar all summer long. Happy Hour specials nightly.

Our new dock makes it easy to arrive by boat or simply walk over from the riverfront park or take the ferry from nearby Hudson.

Closed for the season. See you in the Spring.