Located on the site of a Revolutionary War landmark twenty miles west of New York City, Beacon Hill Club has been a center for family-oriented recreation and social gatherings since 1956.
Nine acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and woodlands surround the club’s focal point which is a 27-room Tudor clubhouse built in 1910 as the home of Carroll P. Bassett and Margaret K. Bassett. Beacon Hill Club offers members tennis, paddle tennis, ice-skating, hockey and swimming as well as a dynamic blend of social activities. Members enjoy both indoor and terrace dining in the main clubhouse. The Carriage House offers casual dining in the fall and winter and opens the pool terrace in the summer.