This group provides crucial support for Historic Hudson Valley’s preservation, education, and curatorial programs.
Why hop the Atlantic when you could experience the opulence of a world-class castle right here in your own backyard?
Just 25 minutes north of Manhattan, Castle Hotel & Spa (formerly Castle on the Hudson) sits atop one of the highest points in Westchester County, offering unobstructed views of the Hudson Valley (perfect for fall foliage!) and New York City. It features elegant accommodations, fine dining, and spectacular vistas worthy of Europe’s storybook royal residences.”
And now, following a major multi-million dollar restoration, the Castle also houses a luxurious Thai-inspired spa specializing in holistic THANN™ treatments—the first of its kind in the U.S. Guests looking to unwind after an excursion to The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze or Kykuit, the Rockefeller Estate, can enjoy a rejuvenating massage, facial, or body scrub. Hungry leaf peepers can also tuck into a plate of Maine sea scallops, Long Island duck breast, or one of the many mouth-watering entrees at the Castle’s award-winning restaurant, Equus.
Long before the Castle Hotel & Spa became a premier destination for relaxing and romantic getaways, it held a prominent place in Westchester and New York City society at the turn of the 20th century. Built between 1897 and 1910, this Norman-style castle was developed by General Howard Carroll, an esteemed businessman, newspaper man, and playwright. The hilltop mansion, originally named Carroll Cliff, borrowed inspiration from King John’s famous Castle Lismore in County Waterford, Ireland.
Spanning more than 100 years of history, the Castle is a sumptuous escape to the enchanted era of America’s Gilded Age. It also stands as a model for preserving and celebrating a cherished historic landmark and tourist destination. Historic Hudson Valley is proud to have the Castle Hotel & Spa as a long-standing Hospitality Partner. In addition to hosting gatherings for our donors, the resort offers special packages featuring visits to local National Historic Landmarks and popular events, from Blaze and Horseman’s Hollow to LIGHTSCAPES.
“We are delighted to have a wonderful ongoing relationship with our friends at Historic Hudson Valley,” says Gilbert Baeriswil, General Manager at Castle Hotel & Spa. “The whole region is benefiting from their continued efforts to constantly think about new ways to promote the area.”
By joining, companies align themselves with a prominent network of corporations that share a commitment to the historical, cultural, environmental, and economic vitality of the Hudson Valley.
Depending on the level of membership, a valuable package of business development benefits includes:
- Recognition in print materials and on the Historic Hudson Valley website
- Special event sponsorship
- Networking opportunities with Historic Hudson Valley constituents
- Recreational and educational offerings for staff and clients
- Entertaining privileges at Historic Hudson Valley properties
Historic Hudson Valley extends special thanks to the following Corporate Partners for their generous support:
Corporate Consulting Services, Ltd.
Diversified Insurance Industries, Inc.
DoubleTree by Hilton Tarrytown
First Niagara Foundation
Green Mountain Energy Company
Party Line Tent Rentals
Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center
Wells Fargo Foundation
White Plains Bus Company, Inc.
To participate in the Corporate Partners program, contact:
Peter S. Pockriss
Director of Development