It's little wonder that there's so much to see and do in Dutchess County. Its 800 square miles covers everything from dense cityscape to sweeping mountain views and comprises several distinct regions, each with their own winning personalities. At the county's heart is Central Dutchess. From the bustling Queen City of Poughkeepsie to the historic estates of Hyde Park to the small-town shops of Millbrook, Central Dutchess hits all of the Hudson Valley's high notes. Here is a guide to businesses in Central Dutchess County to get the most out of the region.
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Health coaches help improve outcomes and quality of life during and after diagnosis.
Create a realistic plan that enables you to make positive and sustainable changes. Coaching sessions focus on a client's strengths, interests, and natural motivation. Contact Michelle Andrick, NBC-HWC, PCC, National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach, to learn more.
Hyde Park Antiques Center
This sprawling facility, over 9,500 square feet of antique vendor area, sits on a prominent site on Route 9 in the central corridor of Hyde Park. A premier antiques vendor mall has an ever-changing landscape of authentic antiques and collectables from yesteryear.
Originally a c.1830's church, now an established restaurant in the Millbrook Hunt Country serving all your favorites. In winter, relax by one of the wood burning fireplaces and enjoy a bottle from the award-winning cellar. In the summer, enjoy a Mango Margarita in the outdoor garden. Perfect for a dinner for two or a family reunion. Private rooms available.
The Village of Millbrookwww.instagram.com/millbrooknewyork
A bucolic village surrounded by rolling hills and much to offer–Orvis Sandanona, Innisfree Garden, Trevor Zoo, two of the best shops in the world (Veranda Magazine 2022), Cary Institute, an authentic diner, Millbrook Winery, a hardware store founded in 1907, a classic French bistro, a volunteer fire department, and so much more.