The Country Squire Bed & Breakfast has been featured and recommended in numerous print and on-line travel publications such as New York Magazine, Travel & Leisure, Frommer's, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, to name a few. Read below to see who's talking.
New York Magazine
"Meet Hudsonís Emerging Artists and Photographers"
by Carrie Newman Culpepper
June 4th, 2010
"Admire Victorian details like claw-foot tubs, toile de Jouy fabrics, stained glass, and hand-painted furniture at Country Squire Bed & Breakfast , a five-room former convent. Owner Paul Barrett will pick you up from the Amtrak Station in his 1976 station wagon to ferry you back to the house."
Travel & Leisure Magazine
"Hudson River Cool"
by Gary Shteyngart
"Great Value. Originally built as a rectory, this restored Victorian inn with five guest rooms is within walking distance of Warren Streetís plentiful antique shops and boutiques."
Out There Magazine
"Out There Explores - The Country Squire, Hudson, USA"
by Uwern Jong
Issue 02, January 2011, Page 203
"The Country Squire is everything you could want for a Hudson break. Lovingly decorated, this 110-year-old house is truly something, rivaled only by Paul's wonderful hospitality."
Inside Out Hudson Valley
"Sleeping Around: The Country Squire Bed & Breakfast"
by Jay Blotcher
"Barrett has combined historic authenticity Ė most of the meticulous restorations were done using period items Ė with an emphasis on comfort."
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Out & About
"Hudson: Whaling Town Turned Antique Mecca"
by Eric Gustafson
April 15, 2010
"The amiable innkeeper, Paul Barrett, welcomed me to his Victorian establishment. He explained the layout of the small town and I was off for a wonderful adventure!"
"Great Escapes from NYC Without Wheels"
by Lisa Marie Rovito
"This 21-room downtown Queen Anne Victorian is all about making you comfortable."
The New York Times
"Architectural Gems In An Antique Setting"
by C.J. Hughes
November 3, 2006
"Winter Weekends: Hudsonís Art and Antiques"
by Kathryn Matthews
January 2, 2009
Columbia County Tourism Issue
"Top Ten Places To Stay"
The Wall Street Journal
by Debra Bruno
June 3, 2008