156 guest rooms. Complimentary continental breakfast with self-serve waffle station. Free high speed internet, fitness center, and pool.
Traditional Asian dishes and creative cuisine.
An award-winning, classic American diner.
Authentic Greek cuisine
A gastropub serving traditional bar food and much more.
Authentic Indian cuisine.
Fresh Korean fusion served to stay or to go. Located across from the Music Hall.
Homemade, old school Italian.
Casual Mexican fare using fresh ingredients. Open for lunch and dinner.
Lyndhurst, a historic site of the National Trust, is one of the great domestic landmarks of America. A visit to the house and its 67-acre park is a must for all who are interested in 19th-century architecture, decorative arts, and landscape design.
Lyndhurst is adjacent to Washington Irving’s Sunnyside. There are historic and aesthetic connections of interest between the sites, but it is the ability to walk from site to site that has the most special appeal. Visitors may walk the publicly maintained Croton Aqueduct Trail from Lyndhurst to West Sunnyside Lane.
Lyndhurst was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis (1803-1892) in the gothic revival style. Davis completed this first phase in 1842, and designed much of the furniture. In 1864, Lyndhurst’s owner hired Davis to more than double its size.
In 1880 Jay Gould (1836-1892), the railroad magnate, Wall Street tycoon, and prototypical robber baron, purchased the estate and renamed it Lyndhurst. He added a colossal greenhouse in the gothic style by the firm of Lord and Burnham; its cast-iron structure still stands. Gould hired Herter Brothers to redecorate and added paintings by Corot, Courbet, Bouguereau, and others, many still extant.
The important “gardenesque” landscape is by Ferdinand Mangold (1828-1905). Many of the landscape features created by Mangold, his predecessors, and his successors, are preserved, including spectacular specimen trees.
Charming cafe with international dishes and gourmet shop.
In the heart of the village, right on Main Street. Features an ever-changing menu that incorporates ingredients from more than a dozen local farms. Lots of vegetarian options. Full bar. Bright and comfortable.
Fresh, house-made foods. American cuisine, but drawing some inspiration from French and Italian culinary traditions.
Contemporary Japanese cuisine with a focus on seasonal domestic sushi and Japanese-inspired tapas-style dishes.
Sweet and savory crêpes along with a wide selection of frozen yogurt.
Authentic Southern-style barbecue
Pizza, heroes, and other Italian fare.
Easygoing restaurant/bar featuring build-your-own burgers, along with bourbon and craft brews.
A cozy, casual tavern. Excellent pub fare and large beer selection. Some outdoor dining.
Authentic Mexican taqueria.