TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- The Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center is celebrating 50 years and will be offering special packages for guests through the end of 2014.
“The entire Estate offers great historical significance to not only Westchester County and the Hudson Valley but to global leadership, business development and continuing professional education,” said Joseph Santore, general manager of the Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center.
“Over the last 50 years, our business remains focused on hosting high level executive meetings, trainings and conferences, many who we are proud to call our loyal guests for five decades.”
The property was acquired in 1964 by Robert Schwartz, a visionary and journalist who had served at one time as New York bureau chief for Time Magazine. The Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center was the nation's first conference center.
In sharing the conference center’s 50th anniversary with guests, the Estate is offering the following promotions:
50th Anniversary CMP Dinner Menu: This specialized dinner menu is available for purchase for conference attendees utilizing the Complete Meeting Package.
The Remembering 1964 package: Offers guests an opportunity to revisit the food that made the era so popular. This package includes overnight deluxe or king house guest room, breakfast for two in Winter Palace, and a 1964 dining experience in Cellar 49. The Extravagant 1964 Package: Includes a two-night stay in a King Mansion balcony or sun deck room, customized amenity upon arrival, breakfast for two in the Winter Palace, and a customized dining experience through private use of Cellar 49’s Wine Vault. It will include a five-course dinner menu after consultation with the chef.
In addition, Cellar 49 will be offering several 1964 “throwback” cocktails that include the Manhattan, the Rob Roy and classical martinis.
For more information or to book a reservation, please call (914) 591-8200 or visit www.tarrytownhouseestate.com
Click here to follow Daily Voice Tarrytown-SleepyHollow and receive free news updates.