History of the Inn on the Hudson
The Inn on the Hudson is the former Peekskill Inn, a landmark in the area since 1957. It has been owned and operated by the same families for more than 50 years. The Inn sits high above the majestic Hudson River and represents a welcoming gateway to the historic Peekskill area.
The Inn’s New Look
In 2010, the Inn went through extensive improvements to its buildings and grounds, underscoring the family commitment to offer the quality services expected by the modern traveler.
Historic Significance of our Lamplighter
Located on the site is a monument to George Washington, situated where the General looked out on the Hudson River, anticipating the attack by the British forces. The symbol of the Inn is a colonial “Lamplighter”, which has been standing on the hill overlooking the Hudson since the late 50s. At night, the light from its torch can be seen for miles around.
Visit the Hudson Valley
The Inn is strategically located in heart of the Hudson Valley and Westchester County and is an ideal place to enjoy this beautiful area and its many attractions. It has 53 comfortable rooms with panoramic views of the Hudson River, including some with private terraces.