by Elise Schoening | September 19, 2019
The Tarrytown House Estate, a resort-style hotel and conference center in Tarrytown, N.Y., about 30 miles north of New York City, has unveiled the fruits of a $15 million renovation. The 26-acre property has been refreshed with updates to its 214 guest rooms and 34,000 square feet of meeting space. The lobby and athletic facilities also have been renovated, and a new on-site restaurant opened earlier this month. 
The historic estate in the Hudson Valley includes a blend of 19th-century mansions and modern accommodations. Knibb Design oversaw the renovations and used custom-designed toile wallpaper and large-scale murals on the ceiling to add contemporary style to the hotel's Old World charm.

A new restaurant by celebrity chef Dale Talde offers modern Cantonese cuisine. The Goosefeather focuses on seasonal ingredients and is now open for breakfast and dinner. In October, it will begin serving lunch on Fridays and brunch on Sundays. A lounge-style bar adjacent to the restaurant serves cocktails.

"We are excited to bring the magic and uniqueness of Tarrytown House Estate to the present-day," said Marc Gordon, founder and principal of the Rubicon Co., which owns the estate. "The restoration of the property has been an incredible process involving the refurbishment of two spectacular mansions from the 1800s. Tarrytown House Estate now offers a refreshed product for visitors looking to enjoy a Hudson Valley resort escape, as well as private meeting spaces and stunning ballrooms for lavish parties and celebrations."