Travel Classics Writers
Conference May 28-31 2015 in Tarrytown, New York
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Travel Classics East 2015

May 28-31, 2015 in Tarrytown, New York

The conference is FULL;
contact Maren Rudolph to join the waiting list.

Fees:

    CONFERENCE FEE:
    Early Bird (until Jan 15): $650
    After Jan 15: $750
    Spouse/Guest: $650

    ACCOMMODATIONS FEE (3 nights):
    Single (by Dec 15): $675
    Single after Dec 15: $825
    Double (by Dec 15): $1125
    Double after Dec 15: $1275

    DAY ATTENDEE FEE:
    All 3 days: $225

Accommodations:

Tarrytown House Estate
Accommodations fee includes tax, gratuities, Wi-Fi, resort fees and daily buffet breakfast.


Travel Classics Writers Conferences:

There's no better way to stay in the loop of major magazine markets, as you enhance your career with great writing assignments. Travel Classics is unlike any other conference on Earth.

Conference features:

  • Presentations by top magazine editors and book agents
  • One-on-one consultations with editors and book agents
  • Meals for all three days
  • Pre and Post tours

  • Your Destination: New York's Historic Hudson Valley

    The Hudson Valley is designated as a National Heritage Area, and is one of National Geographic Traveler's 2013 picks for the top 20 destinations in the world. According to Vintage Hudson Valley, it's the "Land of West Point, The Culinary Institute, John Burroughs, Frederic Church, and a cadre of patriots, poets, presidents and tycoons." Notable landmarks include the magnificent estates of John D. Rockefeller (Kykuit) and Jay Gould (Lyndhurst), Frederic Church's Victorian-Middle Eastern villa (Olana) and Philipsburg Manor, a restored 18th century milling and trading complex.

    Often called "a photographer's paradise", the Hudson Valley draws visitors from around the globe to experience its magnificent natural beauty, culture and world-reknown farm-to-table food movement.


    Tarrytown House Estate, A Destination Hotel

    Just 25 miles from Midtown Manhattan, Tarrytown House Estate blends historical charm with modern convenience to create a spectacular Hudson River Valley lodging option and meeting facility. Forbes Magazine calls Tarrytown, New York one of “America’s Prettiest Towns.”

    Residing on 26-acres overlooking the Hudson River Valley, Tarrytown House Estate includes impressive 19th-century mansions - King Mansion and Biddle Mansion - a carriage house and a cottage, as well as a contemporary atrium-style building that houses conference facilities and guest rooms. The hotel features extensive leisure and recreational facilities such as a fitness club, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and tennis courts.
    The Rose Garden at Lyndhurst.
    The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival.
    Tarrytown House Estate from above.
    King Mansion at Tarrytown House Estate.
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