Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes spent a weekend in this NY home


Two weeks before Thanksgiving, “Good Morning America” hosts Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes spent a weekend in a cozy getaway in upstate New York.

On Nov. 13, photos taken by the Daily Mail show Holmes getting touchy-feely with Robach — giving her a playful squeeze on the bum — as the two packed up their car to head home.

Other photos show the two carrying groceries during their three-day trip.

Located in New Paltz, interior property photos show they canoodled in an idyllic two-bedroom, one-bathroom stone cottage spanning 1,900 square feet, The Post has learned.

Photos of the cottage on the rental site VRBO display a wood-paneled living area surrounded by books in built-in bookshelves and a woodburning fireplace. Trees surround the property.

Peek inside the cozy cottage where Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes canoodled during a weekend getaway in upstate New York.
Peek inside the cozy cottage where Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes canoodled during a weekend getaway in upstate New York.
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The cottage spans 1,900 square feet.
The cottage spans 1,900 square feet.
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A wide shot of the living space.
A wide shot of the living space.
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The kitchen has an eat-in dining space.
The kitchen has an eat-in dining space.
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One of two bedrooms.
One of two bedrooms.
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The kitchen comes with an eat-in space. The main bedroom boasts a queen-sized bed situated next to the living area with views of the surrounding landscape. There’s also an expansive patio for al fresco dining.

“Two bedroom cabin with loft has been completely renovated while keeping the original charm,” the listing notes.

Close to the popular Minnewaska State Park, the listing also notes that guests can hike to a private waterfall, and is only a few minutes away from wineries and distilleries.

“Wonderful stay, exactly as advertised, everything brand new and very cozy,” Robach — identified as Amy R. — wrote in the review section of the listing on on Nov. 16, to which the host of the rental responded, “Thank you for being our first!”

Rates on the rental run $425 per night.

The VRBO comment section.
The VRBO comment section.
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On Wednesday, news broke that the two were in a months-long affair, leading them to leave their partners back in August.

A source previously told Page Six their romance began in March — around the time they were training together for the New York City Half Marathon.

According to one staffer, the couple had gone to extreme lengths to hide their affair.

Shortly after their romance was publicized, Page Six reported that Robach, 49, filed for divorce from “Melrose Place” star Andrew Shue following a years-long rocky marriage. The two wed in 2010.

Meanwhile, in 2020, Holmes, 45, posted a photo that has now resurfaced, where he admits to giving his longtime and estranged wife, immigration lawyer Marilee Fiebig, “plenty of reasons, excuses, and opportunities” to leave their marriage.

“10 years ago, Marilee Fiebig married me,” the former CNN anchor captioned the throwback wedding photos at the time. “And despite my best efforts, she remained married to me the past 10 years.”

Despite the drama leading both of them to delete their social media accounts, Robach and Holmes put a brave face on Thursday, as they entered the “GMA” studio to tape “GMA 3” pretending as if “nothing happened,” an insider told Page Six.

“While producers had been freaking out and having meetings about whether it was right to put them back on air again together, they showed up as a couple and said they were ready and totally fine to go on air,” the source said.



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