|Bearsville Inn, Bearsville: Located just outside Woodstock, the Bearsville Inn is equipped with six bedrooms and can accommodate up to 14 people. The spacious farmhouse is entirely smoke-free and offers a full kitchen, two full baths and two living rooms. Children are welcome; pets are prohibited.
Contact info: Bearsville Inn, 48 Wittingberg Road, Bearsville, NY 12409; (609) 439-7037 or (609) 393-8028; http://www.bearsvilleinn.com
Bed by the Stream, Saugerties: This ranch-style inn sits on the border between Saugerties and Woodstock and has four guest rooms and a master suite, all with queen-sized beds, air conditioning and cable TV.
Contact info: Bed By The Stream, 9 George Sickles Road, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-2979; http://www.bedbythestream.com
Beekman Arms/Delamater Inn, Rhinebeck: The colonial-style Beekman Arms was built in 1766. It’s listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is referred to as “America’s oldest Inn.” It is considered one of the most popular inns in the entire Hudson Valley. Located in the historic town of Rhinebeck, it is within close proximity to shops, restaurants and theaters, several mansions and the Culinary Institute of America. The Traphagen Restaurant, located at Beekman, offers dining room or greenhouse seating. Lunch and dinner is served year round, as well as Sunday brunch. The menu is seasonal and vegetarian requests can be accommodated.
Contact info: Beekman Arms/Delamater Inn, Rt. 9, Rhinebeck, NY 12572; (845) 876-7080, toll free (800) 361-6517; www.beekmandelamaterinn.com
Black Bear Cottages, Woodstock: Black Bear Cottages feature five unique lodges: Hemlock Ledge, Hickory Rock, Sycamore, White Pine Knoll and Winding Brook. The one- and two-bedroom cottages are located just off Glasco Turnpike, approximately two miles from downtown Woodstock. Each has a fully functional kitchen and full-size bath.
Contact info: Black Bear Cottages, 2465 Glasco Turnpike, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-3337 or (845) 706-0063; http://www.blackbearcottages.com
Bluestone Country Manor, West Camp: The manor was built in the 1930s and provides a view of the Berkshire and Catskill mountains. Guests enjoy shopping in the Village of Saugerties, noted for its antique shops and weekend auctions, and local towns like Woodstock and Rhinebeck. Outdoor attractions include golfing and water sports. There are limited reservations for pets.
Contact info: Bluestone B&B, 4170 Route 9W, West Camp, NY 12490; (845) 246-3060; (877) 822-2144; http://www.bluestonemanor.com
Casablanca Lane Bed & Breakfast, Woodstock: This two-room B&B features a private bath, fireplaces, full kitchen and an outdoor pool. The house can also accommodate weddings and small parties.
Contact info: Casablanca Lane Bed & Breakfast, 17 Casablanca Lane, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-8829; http://www.casablancalane.com
Copperhood Inn and Spa, Shandaken: Copperhood Inn is a lavish spa that boasts modern conveniences, yet the ambiance of a bed and breakfast. The spa features an indoor swimming pool, fully-equipped fitness center and treatments rooms. Outdoor activities include guided biking and hiking tours, skiing and tennis. The inn offers a variety of cuisines, including vegetarian meals upon request.
Contact info: Copperhood Inn & Spa, 7039 State Rte 28, Shandaken, NY 12480-5008; (845) 688-2460; http://www.copperhood.com
Cottonwood Lane Bed & Breakfast, Woodstock: Cottonwood Lane B&B is a privately owned home with a master-bedroom suite for rent on a 3-acre secluded lot.
Contact info: Cottonwood Lane B&B, 15 Cottonwood Lane, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 684-5135
Courtyard Marriott, Kingston: The Courtyard Marriott Kingston is conveniently located at the base of the Catskills just off I-87, NYS Thruway, near the Hudson Valley Mall and minutes from the historic downtown Rondout area. Woodstock is approximately 9 miles from the hotel. Pets are not allowed.
Contact info: Courtyard Marriott Kingston, 500 Frank Sottile Blvd, Kingston, NY 12401; (845) 382-2300; http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/poucy-courtyard-kingston
Emerson Place – Catskill Corners, Mount Tremper: This rustic-style lodge — formerly an 1874 dairy farm — sits on the bank of the Esopus Creek and offers log-cabin guest rooms, from deluxe to family suites. There are several dining options, a full-service spa and shopping at the complex, all within walking distance. On Saturday nights, there’s a bonfire on the river. Children and pets are welcome. The Catamount restaurant is located on the property.
Contact info: The Lodge at Emerson Place, 146 Mount Pleasant Road, Mount Tremper, NY 12457; (845) 688-7900; http://emersonplace.com
Enchanted Manor of Woodstock, Woodstock: The manor has four rooms, two of which have Jacuzzi tubs, and digital TV/VCR in each room. Also located on the property is a heated pool, hot tub, 6-level cypress deck, fireplaces and a pond. Outdoor activities include hiking and canoeing around the property. A full kitchen is available for guest use.
Contact info: Enchanted Manor of Woodstock, 23 Rowe Road, Woodstock, NY 12401; (845) 679-9012; www.enchantedmanorinn.com
Grouse House Penthouse, Saugerties: Owned and operated by musician/engineer Gilbert Hetherwick, the Grouse House Penthouse features a private suite, equipped with a king-sized bed, in-room Jacuzzi and shower, hot tub access on a private deck, TV with DVD player, cable and Internet access, and air conditioning. Self-serve continental breakfast is provided with muffins, fresh juice and coffee. Close proximity to shopping, restaurants and more in the village of Saugerties. And The Grouse House Studio — available for rent — is located on the property.
Contact info: Grouse House, 21 Adrienne Lane, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-1852; http://web.mac.com/hetherwick/GROUSE_HOUSE_PENTHOUSE
Hampton Inn, Kingston: The Hampton Inn Kingston is conveniently located at the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, approximately 3 miles off I-87, NYS Thruway. It is just minutes from shops, restaurants and the historic downtown Rondout waterfront area. Woodstock is approximately 20 minutes from the hotel. Pets are not allowed.
Contact info: Hampton Inn Kingston, 1307 Ulster Ave, Kingston, NY 12401; (845) 382-2600
Harmony House Bed & Breakfast, Saugerties: Harmony House offers four guest bedrooms with private baths and cable TV. A large deck area and living room are open to guests. A full breakfast is included.
Contact info: Harmony House Bed & Breakfast, 1659 Rte 212, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 679-1277; http://www.harmonyhousebandb.com
Holiday Inn, Kingston: This Holiday Inn offers the Holidome (indoor recreation center), a full-service restaurant and a live-entertainment lounge.
Contact info: Holiday Inn Kingston, 503 Washington Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401; (845) 338-0440; http://www.hikingston.com
House on the Quarry at Opus 40, Saugerties: Located on the site of Opus 40 and the Quarryman’s Museum, the House on the Quarry offers accommodations in two rooms: the South Wing Suite and the Rose Room. Breakfast is provided and guests are encouraged to visit the Barbara Fite Room, equipped with art, books and stone fireplace. Opus 40 is just minutes from downtown Woodstock.
Contact info: House on the Quarry at Opus 40, 50 Fite Road, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-8584; http://www.opus40.org/hoq.html
Kate’s Lazy Meadow Motel, Mount Tremper: Owned by Kate Pierson of The B-52s fame, the 8-unit “mod motel” boasts a unique — and fun — getaway experience. It features rustic-style suites with vintage furniture, private baths, 50s-style kitchens and an abundance of color. Small dogs are welcome.
Contact info: Kate’s Lazy Meadow Motel, 5191 Rt. 28, Mount Tremper, NY 12457; (845) 688-7200; http://www.lazymeadow.com
The Looking Glass Bed and Breakfast, Rhinebeck: Looking Glass B&B is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It sits in the center of Rhinebeck Village and offers four rooms, each with a/c, queen-sized bed and private bath. Price includes breakfast and afternoon tea.
Contact info: Looking Glass B&B, 28-30 Chestnut Street, Rhinebeck NY 12572; (845) 876-8986; http://www.thelookingglassbandb.com
Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz: Nestled near the top of the Shawangunk Ridge Mountains on Lake Mohonk, this Victorian castle is one of the oldest family-owned resorts in America. It is a breathtaking classic. The main house was built in 1869 by twin brothers Albert and Alfred Smiley. Mohonk was officially named a National Historic Landmark in 1986. It is a year-round, full resort facility that offers a unique dining experience in one of three dining rooms and an array of activities for the entire family, such as hiking, boating, swimming, ice skating, skiing, carriage rides, horseback riding, classical music concerts and much more. TVs are available in public areas only. Guests are encouraged to hike one of the many hiking trails surrounding the grounds, or enjoy the spectacular view of the grand resort from Sky Top Tower. Four Presidents are among the list of distinguished visitors to Mohonk Mountain House — Arthur, Hayes, Taft and Theodore Roosevelt visited the resort. The Smiley family opened a full-service spa and fitness center in 2005. The 3-level facility contains a swimming pool, spa, fitness center, locker rooms and classroom space.
Contact info: Mohonk Mountain House, 1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz, NY 12561; (845) 255-1000; http://www.mohonk.com
The Montgomery Bed & Breakfast, Saugerties: This B&B offers a deluxe suite with a/c, full kitchen, private bath, cable TV and king-sized bed. Four additional rooms are available, all with a/c and cable TV; some have private baths. Common areas include a porch, patio and parlor.
Contact info: Montgomery B&B, 76 Montgomery Street, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-2522; http://www.montgomerybandb.com
Morning Glory Bed & Breakfast, Woodstock: Morning Glory is situated in the heart of downtown. Both rooms have a double bed and breakfast is included.
Contact info: Morning Glory B&B, 141 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-3208; http://www.morninggloryinwoodstock.com
Olde Rhinebeck Inn, c. 1745, Rhinebeck: The Olde Rhinebeck Inn — a pre-Revolutionary War home — is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four rooms are available with a/c, satellite TV, private bath, fridge and queen-sized bed. Guests enjoy free reign of the property, which includes a large patio, pond and an abundance of wildlife. The inn can accommodate small weddings.
Contact info: Olde Rhinebeck Inn, 340 Wurtemburg Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572; (845) 871-1745; http://www.rhinebeckinn.com
Onteora, The Mountain House, Boiceville: Onteora was built in 1929 by Hellman’s Mayonnaise mogul Richard Hellmann following his retirement. It’s located approximately 10 minutes from Woodstock. The four bedrooms each have private baths and whirlpools, and two of the rooms have fireplaces. The fifth bedroom — Mr. Hellmann’s — is located on the balcony level.
Contact info: Onteora, The Mountain House, PO Box 356, 96 Piney Point Road, Boiceville, NY 12412; (845) 657-6233; http://www.onteora.com
Pike Lane Bed & Breakfast, Woodstock: This 3-room B&B sits on property previously owned by John Pike, famous watercolor painter. Pike’s work, as well as other Hudson Valley painters, is prominently displayed throughout the home. Guests enjoy a heated pool, freshly baked pastries and private yoga lessons.
Contact info: Pike Lane Bed & Breakfast, 54 Pike Lane, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-0551; http://www.pikebb.com
Pleasant View Cottage, Woodstock: Pleasant View is a private, large studio cabin. Built in 2003, the cottage has wood floors, cathedral ceilings, full windows, full kitchen, a queen-sized bed, cable TV/VCR in the living room and a claw foot tub in the bathroom.
Contact info: Pleasant View Cottage, 567 Manorville Road, Woodstock, NY 12490; (518) 678-0065; (845) 945-5429
Ramada Inn, Kingston: The Ramada Inn in Kingston is conveniently located to museums, shopping, historic towns and villages and other major attractions. This is a full-service hotel with an exercise facility, pool, restaurant and lounge.
Contact info: Ramada Inn, 114 Route 28, Kingston, NY 12401; (845) 339-3900
The Red Hook Inn, Red Hook: The Red Hook Inn has been in service since 1841 and offers six smoke-free guest rooms. It’s conveniently located near the Old Rhinebeck Aerodome, Culinary Institute of America, Omega Institute, historic mansions and numerous art galleries and shops. Fireplaces and whirlpools are available in some of the rooms and cable TV/VCR is available in four; however guests need to bring their own tapes. Breakfast is included and is served in the restaurant on the property.
Contact info: The Red Hook Inn, 7460 South Broadway, Red Hook, NY 12571; (845) 758-8445; www.theredhookinn.com
The Renwick Clifton House Bed & Breakfast, Saugerties: This Southern-style, 1812 mansion in the village of Saugerties provides an elegant, romantic setting with views of the Hudson River. Other amenities include: a/c, cable TV, wireless Internet, marble-tiled bathrooms, Jacuzzi access, antique/replica furnishings, gourmet breakfast with fine china and stemware, and more.
Contact info: The Renwick Clifton House, 27 Barclay Street, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-0552; http://www.renwickclifton.com
Retreat at Tree-Gap, Woodstock: The Retreat at Tree-Gap is situated in the heart of the Byrdcliffe Art Colony, just minutes from downtown Woodstock. The B&B boasts “an eco-friendly” experience, complete with solar panels, high-efficiency windows, wood stove, dual flush toilets and recycled fixtures and tile.
Contact info: Retreat at Tree-Gap, 316 Upper Byrdcliffe Road, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 684-5345; http://treegapretreat.com
Rhinebeck Motel, Rhinebeck: The motel sits approximately 1 1/2 miles from downtown Rhinebeck Village. Refrigerators are available in all rooms and small pets are welcome.
Contact info: Rhinebeck Motel, RR 9, Rhinebeck, NY 12572; (845) 876-5900; http://www.webjogger.net/motel
Rodeway Inn, Kingston: The Rodeway Inn is located next to the Skytop Steakhouse & Brewing Co. on Route 28 in Kingston. The inn has 60 rooms, all equipped with free WiFi, cable TV, air conditioning and king or double-bed accommodations. Local and regional attractions include shopping, restaurants, ski resorts, Dutchess County Fairground and numerous historic mansions. Woodstock is approximately 20 minutes from the hotel. Children and pets stay FREE.
Contact info: Rodeway Inn, 239 Forest Hill Drive, Kingston, NY 12401; (845) 331-2900; http://rodewayinnkingstonny.com
Rondout Bed and Breakfast, Kingston: The Rondout Bed and Breakfast is located in the center of Kingston, New York State’s first capital. The house was built in 1906 and is within walking distance of restaurants, shops, museums and more. Four rooms — two with private baths — are available to guests; children and dogs are welcome. Breakfast includes house favorites.
Contact info: Rondout Bed and Breakfast, 88 W Chester Street, Kingston, NY 12401; (845) 331-8144
Saugerties Bed & Breakfast, Saugerties: Saugerties Bed & Breakfast features two rooms: The Tudor and The Chateau, housed on a secluded waterfront estate. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Catskill Mountains and the landscaped gardens from The Chateau Room, complete with Belgium paneling and gilded French bed. The room is equipped with a/c, but no TV. The Tudor Room boasts a “castle ambiance” with a sandstone fireplace and chestnut beams throughout. Included with the Tudor Room is a/c, Internet access, TV/DVD, in-room snacks, full breakfast and his/her robes.
Contact info: Saugerties B&B, 122 Burt Street, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-4058 or (845) 399-8302; http://www.saugertiesbedandbreakfast.com
Smythe House – Barclay Heights Bed & Breakfast, Saugerties: The 3-story Victorian cottage offers five guest bedrooms. Rooms are equipped with a/c, phone, cable TV, private bath and more. Other amenities include private Jacuzzi tubs and Internet hook-ups. Breakfast is prepared by owner — and CIA chef — David Smythe.
Contact info: Smythe House – Barclay Heights B&B, 158 Burt Street, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-3788; http://www.smythehouse.com
Suite One, Woodstock: Just a stone’s throw from Levon’s Midnight Ramble and only 2 miles to the village of Woodstock, you will discover SUITE ONE, a newly renovated mini-suite complete with deck, wi-fi, fp, ac and flat screen tv. Situated on a quite lane with mountain views. If peace is what you seek look no further. Weekend, weekly or monthly rates available upon request.
Contact info: Suite One, 234 Plochman Lane, Woodstock, NY; (845) 673-3388 or email@example.com
TinkerVillage, Woodstock: Tinker Village’s Getaway on the Falls, in the heart of downtown Woodstock, features a 2-bedroom apartment, two studio rooms and a log cabin. The apartment is equipped with a full kitchen and can sleep up to 4 people. The 1-bedroom log cabin has a full kitchen, full bath, extra sleeping space in the loft area and a stone patio overlooking the water. The studio rooms sleep two people comfortably. Children and small dogs are welcome.
Contact info: Tinker Village, 5 Waterfall Way, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-2568; http://tinkervillagewoodstock.com
Twin Gables of Woodstock, Woodstock: Twin Gables has 15 rooms, nine of which are available to guests. The rooms have a/c, WiFi capability and are decorated with dated furnishings and original Woodstock art. Children are welcome; however, pets are prohibited.
Contact info: Twin Gables of Woodstock, 73 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-9479; http://www.twingableswoodstockny.com
Veranda House, Rhinebeck: Veranda House has five guest rooms and sits on the edge of downtown Rhinebeck Village — the village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All rooms include a phone, private bath and a/c. Guests are treated to a full gourmet breakfast served in the terrace dining room.
Contact info: Veranda House, 6487 Montgomery Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12572; (845) 876-4133; http://www.verandahouse.com
The Villa at Saugerties, Saugerties: The Villa at Saugerties is a 1929 Mediterranean-style country house that offers five rooms, each decorated with a unique flair: the solarium, the flat, the studio, the shiyou and the grange. The Villa is open year round and each room is equipped with a/c, satellite TV, private bath and a queen-sized bed.
Contact info: The Villa at Saugerties, 159 Fawn Road, Saugerties, NY 12477; (845) 246-0682; http://www.thevillaatsaugerties.com
Village Green Bed & Breakfast, Woodstock: The Village Green B&B, an 1847 Victorian home, offers two fully-renovated rooms overlooking the “Green” — the town’s gathering place. Situated in the center of town, it is minutes from everything. Parking is available in the rear and the Trailways bus stops in front of the house.
Contact info: Village Green Bed & Breakfast, 12 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-0313; http://www.villagegreenbb.com
Villas in Woodstock, Woodstock: Multiple rentals comprise the Villas in Woodstock. The Carriage House just feet from the center of town. The cozy, fully-equipped getaway cottage is complete with a full designer kitchen, flat-screen TV, Jacuzzi, WiFi, downstairs room with a second bathroom and twin beds and a fenced yard area with outdoor furniture.
The Gift in Town is the newest property in town. Sprawl out in the lap of luxury, with all new furnishings and fixtures, queen size bed and huge living room with sofa bed that converts it to queen sleeping suite. Hot tub, romantic fireplace and steam shower. Having it all now means having it all, right in town! Hot Tub Beautiful new kitchen Steam shower Huge living room with dining /sun room Two 42” flat screen TVs. Original wide plank pine floors throughout Intimate private deck as well as a flower filled front garden High speed internet with Wi Fi, washer/dryer, air conditioning.
The Penthouse is a perfect hideaway, with a huge and comfy king size bed and eat-in kitchen. It is above the “Gift in Town” and will work perfectly together if you need more room. What could be better, especially for city types? No car needed for this in-town escape to paradise. Mountain views.
Brand new kitchen Beautiful bathroom with original claw foot tub Original pine floors 42’ Flat screen TV with 250 channels. WiFi and hi speed internet A/C Views of the village and the mountains Decorated with great photos of iconic rock n roll greats!
The Streamside Shangri-la is situated on an 8-acre, streamside property, just minutes from downtown Woodstock. It features a screened in porch, flat-screen TV with home theater, fireplace, wireless Internet, private hot tub, professional chef’s kitchen, queen-sized bed in master suite loft, second bedroom with double-sized bed, 1.5 bathrooms, plus much more.
Contact info: Villas in Woodstock, 18 Rock City Rd., Woodstock, NY 12498 Judy Steinfeld, (917) 596-8533; http://www.escape2woodstock.com
WhistleWood Horse Farm Bed and Breakfast, Rhinebeck: The WhistleWood Farm in Rhinebeck offers visitors an array of activities: hiking, fishing, golfing, tennis & or relaxation. Included with the package is breakfast, prepared on a 1904 stove, and afternoon coffee, tea and juice with fresh-baked cake and pies.
Contact info: WhistleWood Farm Bed and Breakfast, 52 Pells Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572; (845) 876-6838; http://www.whistlewood.com
The Wild Rose Inn, Woodstock: Touted as Arlo Guthrie’s “favorite B&B,” this Victorian manor was built in 1898, was restored/remolded in 1998 and opened for business in 1999. This “gingerbread mansion” is within walking distance to the downtown shops and restaurants.
Contact info: The Wild Rose Inn, 66 Rock City Road, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-8783; http://www.thewildroseinn.com
Woodstock Country Inn, Woodstock: The inn, a 19th century farmhouse, was built as the home of longtime Woodstock resident and artist Jo Cantine. Some of Cantine’s work can be found throughout the home. Renovations were made to the home in 1987 to accommodate privacy. It’s less than a mile to the Bearsville complex and two miles from downtown.
Contact info: Woodstock Country Inn, 185 Cooper Lake Road, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-9380; www.woodstockcountryinn.com
The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream, Woodstock: The inn is an 18-room country motel in the heart of town. It features a unique blend of country charm and modern conveniences, motel privacy and B&B ambiance. The grounds overlook a swimming hole gracefully carved from the rocky bed of the Millstream, where the Broadway classic “Down by the Old Millstream” was composed in a nearby cabin.
Contact info: The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream, 48 Tannery Brook Road, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-8211; (800) 420-4707; www.woodstock-inn-ny.com
Woodstock Lodge, Woodstock: The Woodstock Lodge was built in the early 1900s. All lodge accommodations — either a hotel room or cottage — offer the same amenities: cable TV, heat/a/c, and private baths. Barbecue pits are available and there’s a fireplace and pool table in the bar/lounge area. Marion’s Country Kitchen is located on the premises.
Contact info: Woodstock Lodge, 77 Country Club Lane, Woodstock, NY 12498; (845) 679-2814; (800) 383-5567; http://www.woodstocklodge.com
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