The Croff House is the newest Bed and Breakfast in Hudson, New York. The House was originally the home of Hermann Esselstyn (pronounced essel-stin), a prominent lawyer in Hudson during the 1870s and was designed by G.B. Croff, from whom The Croff House gets its name. The house originally had three floors, but the third floor was destroyed by a fire many years ago. Renovations began October 6, 2008 and are planned to continue until March, 2009. The Croff House Bed and Breakfast is scheduled to welcome guests in April 2009. We will be posting updates regularly, so check back often.