Inn

bed & breakfast

Welcome to the Joshua T. Waterman House. The second empire house was built by Joshua T. Waterman in 1865. Mr. Waterman was born in historic Hudson, NY in 1807. His family was originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He was connected with the business affairs of the Hudson Branch of the Hudson and Albany railroads and also served as the Mayor of Hudson for four consecutive terms beginning in 1853.

Joshua and his wife, Jeanette Ten Eyck had twelve children... a fact that makes this grand and spacious house, with three stories and a tower, seem not so spacious after all.

The house is now a beautiful B & B used for a relaxing weekend getaway hotel or for lodging for a local’s wedding guests.

Local Hudson, NY Attractions:

  • World class antique shopping
  • Art galleries and craft shops
  • Hudson Opera House
  • The American Firefighters' Museum
  • The Daughters of the American Revolution museum
  • Catskill Game Farm
  • Hiking at Bash Bish Falls, Kaaterskill Falls and Taconic State Park
  • The Catskills and the Berkshires
  • Hunter Mountain Ski Resort
  • Windam, Brody and Catamount Ski Resorts
  • Bard College
  • Art/Omi – an Art and Music Institute
  • The Culinary Institute of America
  • Shaker Museum and Library/Shaker Village
  • Martin Van Buren National Historic Site
  • Villages of Rhinebeck and Red Hook
  • Clermont State Historic Site
  • Mills Mansion/Wilderstein Mansion
  • Montgomery Place – A Hudson River Estate
  • "OLANA" Home of Frederick Church
  • Mac–Haydn Theater/North Point Cultural Arts Center

To learn more about our inn, contact Hudson City Bed and Breakfast in Hudson, NY today.