Rising in an area once known for its industrial focus, the Roadhouse at Beacon Falls hotel is immersed in the artistic landscape replacing the old industry background. Re-designed by New York City-based interior design and architectural practice Rockwell Group, the former mill is now a sought-after getaway on East Main Street, Beacon, New York.
By renovating a set of historic buildings spreading over six acres, architects created a private retreat overlooking the scenic Beacon Falls best seen from the inviting restaurant and terrace. Lounge spaces and a spa complete the necessities of a relaxing time, while the renovated structures beautifully fit in the surrounding landscape.
“The first phase of the hotel opened with 12 standard guest rooms and two penthouse suites in the Roundhouse building. The rooms feature stunning views and distinctive works of art from The Roundhouse Art Collection. The site’s former hydroelectric plant will also be restored to provide green electricity to the property.
The second phase of the hotel, The Mill, consists of two historic mill buildings joined together by a glass vestibule. The Mill features 42 guest rooms with one-of-a kind views of both Beacon Falls and Mount Beacon, a spacious lobby with reception area and library on the first level, and a well-appointed spa and gym space on the second level.”