Castle Hotel & Spa

Address: 400 Benedict Avenue, Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York, 10591, United States | 4 star castle
 
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This 4 star castle, located on 400 Benedict Avenue, Tarrytown, is near Kykuit, Lyndhurst, Philipsburg Manor, and Sunnyside.
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      The long goodbye?

      A travel blog entry by nyandbackagain on Nov 25, 2014

      I think the train is going to miss me. We've been bonding over my regular 4 minute journeys by the Hudson. It was 10-15 minute late, prolonging the my last time at the station, not wanting to say goodbye. And then Sam (who is actually called Eric) - the one who explained to me about Bob turned up. He thought I had already gone back to England. So we had a chat about the weather, and the fact that he was born in Switzerland (his parents ...

      To more Bob's...

      A travel blog entry by nyandbackagain on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... I'm Jo". We shook hands and he introduced himself "I'm Bob".

      But I am getting ahead of myself. I didn't have any time to write my blog this morning as I was chatting to "other Bob", whose name I realise I don't know. I would ask, but I like calling him Bob now, and that might ruin it for me. So other Bob and I chatted whilst I was waiting for the train (10-15 minutes late today). He is semi-retired and has had quite an eclectic career, as he put it. He started ...

      Tarrytown Highlights: Sunnyside and Lyndhurst

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 18, 2014

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      ... the country, it was not a mansion so it didn't take that long to see it...or as much of it as was available to view.

      On the other hand, Lyndhurst, being a proper mansion, had a lot to see - both in terms of space and objects. I especially liked that Jay Gould, probably the most famous owner, called upon his friend Louis Tiffany to supply various stained glass windows and other marvelous features. I don't know if ...

      This place is like Ikea

      A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 13, 2014

      18 photos

      ... by "installations" and canvases that are painted pure white, but I do enjoy the Monets and the Sculpture Garden has some beautiful Henry Moores.

      After we have had enough of the MOMA, we head outside pretty hungry. I have been told before coming that the street food isn't great, except for the Halal carts which are all over the city and very good. There is one up on the corner with a long queue and Paul hates to wait. As I remind him, some things are worth waiting ...

      Day 20 - Brooklyn Flea Market Hopping

      A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 19, 2014

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      ... on one side and Manhattan on the other. It felt like you were on a roller coaster. I enjoyed walking up and down the streets in Park Slope before so I was happy to get to do it again. This flea market was a bit smaller but still had plenty of beautiful things to look at. I was finally able to find a birthday present for Aaron! I've been looking for something cool since I got here and I found him a unique Brooklyn gift that I hope he likes! I won't say what it is in case ...