Heart of Downtown, Quiet Brownstone-Lined Street. (2 and 3-br apartments also available).
1 bedroom, apartment with beautiful exposed brick and brand new appliances. 1 block from WashingtonPark and 3 blocks from Monument Sq. Queen-sized bed and lots of closet space. (Queen Aerobed and/or twin mattress & box spring avail. upon request). Ground flr. w/ limited sunlight. Fully stocked kitchen, living room area, washer/dryer private parking. (Pets are, in most cases, very welcome. Pls. inquire.)
Please observe quiet hours in the building from 11 pm until 8 am. Thank you ;)
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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Dear Friends & Future Friends of Troy:
Welcome to The Hudson House. I love this little city and my goal is to help you love it too. I grew up in the area and lived in downtown Troy for many years (well before its current renaissance), before and after I spent 3 years in the Peace Corps in Paraguay. The Hudson House is in the heart of Troy -you will find you can get almost everywhere on foot, while taking in the amazing architecture and rich history of the area. Also, people you pass by will most likely smile at you if you smile at them first. Yes, places like this still exist.
Before your arrival I will send you our very own guidebook with the inside scoop -- the best almond croissant, coziest pubs, most relaxing yoga and massage, unusual concert venues, etc.
In addition to welcoming guests to The Hudson House, I'm a story doula and yoga teacher. I truly love welcoming people create memorable experiences in Troy.
The Hudson House has housed all sorts of wonderful people including writers, artists, architects, doctors, professors, Nelson Mandela fellows, and entrepreneurs, all leaving behind their unique, good vibes. We look forward to your stay with us.
"I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy." - Rabindranath Tagore