Private members club and celebrity hangout hotspot, Soho House, is considering a sleepy town on the banks of the Hudson river for the first US outpost of its Farmhouse concept, according to reports.
Rumors suggest that the stalwart brand, headed up by entrepreneur Nick Jones, is eyeing up Rhinebeck, upstate New York as the potential location for the debut Soho Farmhouse in America.
The new property would be modelled on the Cotswolds Farmhouse in Oxfordshire, which opened in 2015 and has been a popular choice for A-list celebrities and influencers ever since. Prior to her wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018, Meghan Markle enjoyed a hen weekend at the retreat.
Rhinebeck is situated 100 miles north of Manhattan and 180 miles west of Boston.
The original Soho House club was founded in London in 1995 by Nick Jones, for people in the creative industries and media. It now has 80,000 members worldwide.
The company announced plans to open venues in London, Paris, Austin, Mykonos, Rome, Tel Aviv, Nashville and Brighton over the next two years.