It’s a rare country inn that can hang a letter from Martin Luther King on its walls but the copy of that 1957 letter displayed in each of the rooms at Troutbeck gives a hint of the rich history that took place here over the decades.Read More
The quaint New York town of Amenia is where Anthony Champalimaud – son of interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud (she of The Carlyle, The Dorchester and Hotel Bel-Air fame) – found, and fell in love with, Troutbeck, a grand estate dating to the late 18th century, whose owners through the years have hosted the likes of Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.Read More
Craft House client, Troutbeck, launches after new ownership and complete rebrand.
THE RE-ENVISIONED TROUTBECK: A HISTORIC FORWARD-LEANING ESTATE IN UPSTATE NEW YORK
Storied property carries on its 250-year legacy, offering sincere hospitality in bucolic settingRead More