The Ranch Hudson Valley Accepting Reservations for Spring Opening

The Ranch Hudson Valley, from luxury health brand The Ranch, is now accepting reservations with the property slated to open this spring. Located in the lower Hudson Valley, just an hour from New York City, this opening marks The Ranch’s debut on the East Coast. 

Set amid 200 forested acres, on its historic lakefront estate, The Ranch Hudson Valley immerses guests in nature as they experience the core elements of The Ranch’s structured wellness program—hiking, strength training classes, restorative yoga, deep tissue massage, and organic, plant-based meals. The Ranch Hudson Valley will offer three- and four-night wellness programs designed to deliver mental and physical results.

At The Ranch Hudson Valley, guests will have the flexibility to choose a program that suits their schedule and goals. Both limited to 25 guests, the three-night is available from Monday to Thursday, while the four-night weekend reset is offered from Thursday to Monday. Both programs offer up to six hours of low-impact exercise daily, similar to the program in Malibu. Guests can start their day with a two-hour or four-hour hike, depending on their preference. The afternoon activities include naptime, strength training, restorative yoga and a daily massage. To further enhance their stay, guests can enjoy restorative amenities such as an infrared sauna and a hot and cold contrast plunge or add on services like colon hydrotherapy, IV therapy and energy healing.

The Ranch Hudson Valley

As in Malibu, the menu will consist of nutrient-dense, organic, plant-based meals focused on detoxification and revitalization, with ingredients sourced from local, organic farms. Meals will be enjoyed together, fostering deeper connections among guests and enhancing the experience. (Corporate groups can also take advantage of the intimate setting to create private, customizable, health-centric experiences.)

Located in the lower Hudson Valley, along the border of Tuxedo Park, The Ranch Hudson Valley is surrounded by the 4,000-acre Ringwood State Park, giving guests access to hundreds of miles of trails steps from their room, while the nearby 40,000-acre Harriman State Park offers an alternative for morning hiking.

New York designer Steven Gambrel, principal of SR Gambrel, oversaw the design and layout, along with Chris Papaleo, principal at Treestone Architecture and Construction. The property has 25 guestrooms, a dining room overlooking the onsite lake and gardens, a spa, and has transformed the 2,000-square foot ballroom into a gym for morning stretch, afternoon fitness, yoga and meditation classes. The property also includes a 5,000-square-foot Solarium, adjacent to the estate and overlooking the grounds, with year-round exercise and pool facilities. There is also an outdoor pool and onsite lake for water activities to be incorporated into fitness programming seasonally.

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