North Adams, MA

TOURISTS is a resort inspired by the classic American roadside motor lodge, set on the banks of the Hoosic River in the Berkshires city of North Adams. Designed for the 21st century traveler, the 48-room property is a union of design and nature, home to woodland trails, riverbank vistas, sculptural installations and more.


Scribner’s Catskill Lodge

Catskill Mountains, NY

Perched high on a hill surrounded by fields of grass and trees stands Scribner’s Catskill Lodge. Since 1966, this building has welcomed and warmed the spirits of adventurers seeking refuge from their daily lives and explorers looking for something new. There’s a brick road inside where people used to unload cars. This is where you’ll check in. In the summer, you’ll take a dip in water surrounded by mountains. In the winter, you’ll gather by the fire under the stars. The rooms, of which few are alike, have fireplaces and lofted beds. Downstairs, you’ll come together for a dinner prepared just for you by the house chefs. At night, you’ll rally your friends around the bar and watch the sun sink behind the peaks in the distance.


The Dutchess

Hudson Valley, NY

The Dutchess isn’t a place you stumble across while researching upstate getaways, and it’s virtually impossible to book without an “in”. In fact, all guests are connected by a common thread—knowing either a person who is going, or one who has stayed at the hotel previously. This extended social web is one of the things that makes weekends at The Duchess a special experience. Every guest is in on the secret, and there’s nothing like a shared secret to enhance bonding. In many ways it conforms to the blueprint of a retreat center, but with a twist. For every group, the team curates (or co-curates with a host) a unique experience based around a particular theme. They’ve organized Vipassana silent meditation, and turned the property into a mini France, with language lessons and a scavenger hunt conducted entirely in French


Foxfire Mountain House

Mount Tremper, NY


Livingston Manor Fly Fishing Club

Livingston Manor, NY

Livingston Manor Fly Fishing Club lies on the banks of the Willowemoc River, the birthplace of dry fly fishing in America, and is built on this very idea. But rather than limit themselves to the sport of fly fishing, they aim to introduce guests and members to a slower pace of life - more connected to the natural environment. The club is housed in two lovingly restored buildings in the heart of the quaint town of Livingston Manor, and extends to five acres of riverfront estate. The property has been designed to meld the comforts of home with the beauty of nature and encourage those that stay there to explore, get inspired, make, relax, and connect with one another and their environment.


Farmhouse Hotel

Catskill Mountains, NY

A brand new 77-room hotel on the edge of the Catskill State Park, set on acres of rolling hills and featuring a large homestead, a renovated roadside motel, separate cabins and a swimming pool. Opening 2019.


Getaway House

Upstate New York

A collection of modern cabins spread across 20 acres of secluded forest in Upstate New York, aiming to reconnect city dwellers with nature.