5 on June 18, 2012
From the lovely, antiquated (in a good way) room to the view from the back porch to the amazingly indulgent breakfasts, this was a wonderful B&B experience. I would recommend it to friends visiting the Hudson area. In addition, there is a state park a short drive away and a lot of activities and galleries in the town center.
4.8 on March 27, 2012
I stayed at the Bushnell Guest House just outside Hudson with an eight year old and a teen age child and my two elderly parents, and all of us felt so comfortable that we didn't want to leave. Beth was extremely helpful and kind, offering friendly conversation without being "too present." The B and B experience is mainly about the host(ess) and this one is a natural. She has nice taste in decorating, with a fine sense for color schemes and overall style. The rooms offer lots of space to move, big, comfy beds and modern convenience. This historic house is not so perfected as to feel stagey, but very nicely cared for and appointed. The breakfast was just too, too much, but all really good and the dining room is very pretty, with wonderful light.
4.0 on January 10, 2012
We have been to the bushnell house on two occations within tha last 4 months and each time the owners made us feel like family-they are family friendly and always strive to make us feel at home_the suites are fantastic-and nothing is lacking in terms of comfort-would recommend for a romantic weekend or a quick family getaway.
5 on November 28, 2011
The home itself has been restored to an elegance not seen much anymore, but the best part was the wonderful reception and extremely comfortable bed. We were greeted with wine and cheese in the afternoon, and that was unexpected but quite nice. The accommodations were wonderful and the breakfast was superb. Thanks for all this, Beth. From Ted and Susie, Charlotte, NC