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26 Warren was built in 1810 and is one of the few remaining proprietors homes in historic Hudson. It is a unique Adams style brick building that was once the residence of the painter Edward Avedisian, and a number of his unique hand painted walls and doors have been preserved. 26 Warren...
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Our hosts David and Beth are warm, lovely, inviting people who go out of their way to make your stay comfortable, relaxing and rewarding. Our room ( Kiki Suite) was a lovely king bedded room with small terrace where we could enjoy our breakfast, a...More
My husband and I spent the weekend at David's B&B, we loved every minute of it, very comfortable bed and wonderful porches. Hudson is a very cute town, we were there for the Pride Parade which was so much fun. David helped us plan out...More
My husband and I had the privilege of staying two nights at David’s place. My two grown children and spouses had a wedding to attend in the area and were very happy to have found this delightful BnB! We stayed in the large Kiki Suite...comfortable...More
The morning of Valentines day my girlfriend and I decided to find a room up in the Hudson Valley. So many hotels were booked and once finding 26 Warren, we called and within the hour were booked and on our way. We stayed in the...More
After losing heat in an AirBnB, and spending 6 hours in a freezing house, David saved us!
Not only did he graciously get us in at the last minute, he offered us a generous discount to stay in the Kiki Suite. When we arrived, David...More