Live in the Heart of the Hudson River Valley

The Hudson River Valley offers a rich mix of history, legend, present-day cultural activities, fascinating historic houses, churches, and gardens – all located along one of the world’s great rivers. Rebirth and growth are evident in the increase in cultural and recreational opportunities as river towns reclaim old manufacturing sites and revitalize their business districts. Much of the planning and rebuilding focuses on strolling, dining, and shopping – all taking advantage of the spectacular views across the Hudson. Each village conducts its own street fairs and park concerts; the art groups and historic sites hold many special events throughout the year.

Convenience is a hallmark of Kendal on Hudson, located in Sleepy Hollow, Westchester County, just 25 miles north of Manhattan. Click here for directions. Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan is 40-50 minutes away, with Metro North trains to and from New York about every 30 minutes. Westchester Bee Line buses provide hourly service from the front door of Phelps Hospital. (Kendal on Hudson is located on the Phelps Hospital campus.)

Attractions in Sleepy Hollow include the beautiful Rockwood Hall portion of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, adjacent to the Kendal on Hudson site and within walking distance, with over 80 acres of woodlands, trails, open lawns, and scenic views. Within a short drive of the Kendal on Hudson property are: an additional 850 acres of lakes, streams, and trails; The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow (c. 1685) with headstones carved in Dutch; The Union Church of Pocantico Hills, with stained glass windows by Henri Matisse and Marc Chagall; Kykuit, the Rockefeller family home; and Philipsburg Manor, a working Colonial farm with a water-powered grist mill and picnic area. There are many ways to learn about Sleepy Hollow. Visit the Sleepy Hollow Chamber of Commerce to learn more.