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NORSK is planned as an outdoor oasis comprised of hot and cold pools, saunas, warming or cooling huts, relaxation spaces, massage rooms, a Biergarten, and a Bistro.
Using a thermal cycle, the elements of fire, water, steam, and open air are combined to promote wellness, rejuvenation and healing.
NORSK will sit on a 44-acre farm built in 1860 and will offer:
• Guest Lobby
• Massage Rooms
• Locker Rooms
• Bistro and Biergarten serving local food & beverage
• Two outdoor hot pools and two outdoor cold pools
• Three saunas including Swedish, Finnish, and Russian Banya
• One steam room
• Heated hammocks to swinging chairs for relaxation
• Adirondack chairs around fire pits
• Heated yurts & indoor heated benches/lounge chairs
• Both silent and social areas for singles, couples, or groups
• Separate areas for small private groups to gather
• Special Events including pre-wedding, friend reunions, gatherings
NORSK is Unique
There is no spa quite like NORSK in the United States.
NORSK is outdoor orientation. NORSK is the only outdoor-oriented thermal spa in the northeast. Many places have swimming pools and hot tubs as part of a hotel. This experience is different; it is all about being outside in and out of water and steam.
Our focus: NORSK is about whole-body wellness using a thermal cycle. You won’t find myriad traditional skin and beauty treatments here and you won’t find multiple forms of entertainment.
Our model: NORSK is based upon the Scandinavian hydrotherapy method, the process of experiencing both high and low temperatures to invigorate the body. Strom, Scandinave, and Groupe Nordik Spas, all highly successful in Canada, use this method.
Our proximity: Across the country, NORSK is the only exclusively outdoor-oriented spa an hour’s drive from a major metropolitan area. Others in the west depend on natural springs and are destination trips. Click here to read The New York Times article, Napping Away Winter in Montreal’s Nordic Spas
Affordability: For under $100, you will find a full day of soul-satisfying relaxation and quiet entertainment for adults, age 21 and up.
NORSK location in the Hudson River Valley is a natural.
There are many reasons fifty million people visit the Hudson River Valley annually. It is an outdoor mecca for hiking, skiing, biking on rail trails and single tracks, and exploring state parks. It boasts quaint shopping, wineries, breweries and cideries, and agritourism. Quaint, revitalized communities such as artistic Beacon, historic Hyde Park, and scenic New Paltz are a short thirty-minute drive from NORSK.
These and other towns contain local breweries and distilleries, wineries, orchards, and farmer’s markets. Newburgh’s Front Street on the Hudson River and its Walkway over the Hudson, Hyde Park’s Culinary Institute of America, and the FDR and Vanderbilt Estates are but a few examples.
A visit to NORSK can be combined with other local attractions within a day or over a weekend. See more on the Dutchess Tourism website and the Dutchess County NY Parks and Trails website.
Easy to Get Here
NORSK is located just 65 miles north of New York City in the hamlet of Poughquag, Town of Beekman, New York in the Hudson Valley region.
NORSK is located 5 miles off the Taconic State Parkway and 7 miles from 1-84. It is 9 miles from the Metro-North Train line in Pawling, New York and 18 miles from the Metro-North Train line in Beacon, New York.
All of these routes are the major connectors from New York City and the very populated Northern New Jersey, Connecticut, New York City, and Westchester County areas.
Guests have the option of staying in local lodging 15 minutes away in Fishkill, New York where there are many options, including Marriot and Hilton brand chains, and Airbnbs. Or they could easily drive home.