Built in the late 1700’s, Troutbeck is an enchanting private estate, country inn and tavern located two hours north of New York City. Operating as a living house, the property has an illustrious history having once served as a cultural hub for literary greats such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau in addition to housing Myron B. Benton, a poet-naturalist and later, Joel Spingam, one of the first leaders of the NAACP. With nods to its past, the property has resurfaced as a humble meeting space for the creative class through rotating art, local partnerships and honest hospitality. Located in the vibrant Hudson Valley area, known for its outdoor activities including bike riding, skiing, and hiking, the property is set to become a place for conversation, food, art, activities and cultural discourse, attracting cultured and active guests.
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