Retreat to a time past...
Hospitality has been the hallmark of the Hudson House for over 175 years.
With an eye toward preserving its unique historic character, we are setting
standards for comfort and convenience. The 2 large guest suites and 11 rooms —
many with balconies and views of the Hudson River — features luxurious linens,
period furnishings, private baths and modern amenities. Everything is designed
to assure a tranquil, restful atmosphere.
Built in 1827 and operated as a hotel since 1832, the Hudson House River Inn
is truly a part of Hudson River history.
Originally named the Pacific Hotel and later the Hudson View Inn, the building
is located on the serene waterfront in the village of Cold Spring, where the famed
Civil War Parrot guns were produced. One of the largest inns on the river, the
Hudson House has undergone several transformations, though many original details
The building in it current form was placed on the National Register of Historic
Places in 1982. It has the distinction of being the second-oldest continuously
operated inn in the state of New York.
Our two main dining areas — the River Room and the Half Moon Tavern — redefine
the term "inn." Lunch or dinner in the River Room may include fresh seafood, New
Zealand rack of lamb, veal and regional specialties, accompanied by our award
winning wine list. The casual Half Moon Tavern, complete with fireplace and period
dècor, serves cocktails and informal fare. Both dining rooms are open to the
We welcome you to our quaint village of Cold Spring and hope you and your guests
enjoy your visit.
2 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY 10516