Picking the right place to stay is like starting your soup with the perfect stock. It elevates the flavor of your entire journey, wrapping your fun in cozy relaxation. And with so many choices, it’s not hard to find a place you’ll love coming back to after exploring, have a wonderful rest, and wake up ready for your next adventure.
Our innkeepers are passionate about making you feel at home, whether they’re big resorts with so much going on that it would take a month to try everything once or cozy spots with just a few special rooms. They’re experts, of course, who’ll happily give suggestions and directions if you need; they’ve staked out some incredibly beautiful locations and take enormous pride and joy in welcoming travelers. Come as you are, stay as long as you like, and relax—we love living here, and we’re glad you’ve joined the party.
Belleayre Lodge is a community of vintage, modern cabins offering respite, rejuvenation, and a cozy escape in the winsome foothills of the Catskill Mountains. A year-round retreat for the soul, Belleayre Lodge offers a chance to reconnect with the land, yourself, and our community. This is your place to smile. Where time moves a little slower, and there’s something familiar, comforting, and homey no matter if it’s your first visit or your 15th.
15 Hostel Drive, Pine Hill
best western plus
Best Western Plus is perfect if you like (or need) your stay to have all the hotel trimmings and conveniences. There’s a bistro with a full bar, an indoor heated saltwater pool, fitness and business centers, room service in the evening, and kids under 12 stay free—all within walking distance of the historic Stockade District.
503 Washington Avenue, Kingston
cs coach house
CS Coach House, set on eight tucked-away acres beside a stream and seasonal waterfall, was built as a barn in the 1760s; you’ll find exposed beams and/or barn loft ceilings along with private balconies. There’s a communal lounge with a water-bottle-filling station where guests in the three rooms can relax and swap stories.
913 Route 213, High Falls
emerson resort & spa
Emerson Resort & Spa is the only place in the world where you can check out the World’s Largest Kaleidoscope. Choose from contemporary or log-cabin-style rooms and relish the full-service spa, fitness center, Catskills-creative cuisine, and curated array of shops—all in the midst of High Peaks winter adventureland.
5340 Route 28, Mount Tremper
Harmony Inn is a sun-filled cozy studio adjacent to Stone Wave Yoga; guests at Harmony get free class tuition. Neighbors to explore include the luxurious Wildflower Farms resort and the Tuthilltown Distillery. When it’s time to just chill, you’ve got a 400-square-foot private space, thoughtfully designed and featuring a sound machine, blackout shades, and a 38-inch TV offering free Roku and Netflix.
2694 Route 44/55, Gardiner
Hemlock Neversink/Foster Supply Hospitality is set on 230 serene, gloriously woodsy acres full of trails and nooks to explore. Your all-inclusive rate includes all meals, activities, workshops and a personal Experience Guide; there’s a spa with treatment rooms, meadow-view gym, indoor pool, hot tub, a crafting space with instruction, a Goat Field, and much more; the chef is a James Beard Foundation nominee.
7491 State Route 55, Neversink
Hotel Dylan rooms are named after rock n’ roll greats associated with Woodstock Nation; iconic works by Elliott Landy and Michael De Feo grace the walls. Hop over to the 28 West Gym right across the street, visit the on-premises Santa Fe Woodstock for traditional and modern Mexican eats and cocktails, then grab a board game or vinyl record at the front desk and kick back.
320 Maverick Road, Woodstock
inn at kettleboro
The Inn at Kettleboro is set beside the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail on a 12-acre apple and peach orchard with spectacular views of the Shawangunks. Inside the historic 1830 inn, you’ll find rooms full of historic charm, lovely modern baths, parlor rooms, lounges with fireplaces, a mini-library, and a light-filled dining room where you’ll be served a delicious breakfast.
321 Route 208, New Paltz
jessie’s harvest house & lodge
Jessie’s Harvest House & Lodge is a Catskills love story come to life: Sarah learned hospitality skills at her Grandpa’s knee (he founded Hunter Mountain Ski Bowl); and Phil, a Culinary Institute grad, polished his chef skills at the renowned Blue Hill at Stone Barns. They started with a delicious restaurant and welcoming rustic tavern, and added six hotel-style guest rooms upstairs so you don’t have to leave except to explore the Painted Village in the Sky, or maybe hit the slopes.
5819 Main Street, Tannersville
menla resort & spa
Menla is a modern resort retreat center nestled in its own secluded 300-acre valley beside a stream, infused with timeless Tibetan culture. The destination-class Dewa Spa offers unique treatments; you can attend a retreat focused on a specific aspect of wellness or spirituality, or just stay in the luxe accommodations, explore, eat delicious vegetarian/vegan fare and chill in the remodeled 200-year-old barn with a game of pool beside the roaring fireplace.
375 Pantherkill Road, Phoenicia
mohonk mountain house
Mohonk Mountain House is a vast, legendary, rambling castle set beside a sky lake with a rich history of low-key luxuriance. Inclusive pricing covers everything except horseback riding, alcohol, and services at the world-class, deep-green spa; there’s fabulous food and a long list of fun and illuminating activities of all sorts against the backdrop of an unpretentious, yet top-notch, Quakerly welcome.
1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz
Stewart House is an Italianate-style riverside “boarding house turned nine-room boutique hotel” with an Art Deco bar, farm-to-table 1883 tavern, and waterfront grill. Sip an inventive cocktail, fine wine, or local craft beer before snuggling into your room with luxurious bedding, robes and slippers, an ensuite bathroom with towel warmers, antique furniture, and custom velvet headboards.
2 North Water Street, Athens
the graham & co.
The Graham and Co. is a charming boutique hotel; each of the 20 rooms offers a mix of vintage and modern furnishings, ample natural light, plush bedding, and thoughtful amenities like Tivoli radios and their own private-label bath products. Enjoy the outdoors on their Priority bikes, and hike the slipperiest slope with the Kahtoola microspikes they provide.
80 Route 214, Phoenicia
the perch cottages
The Perch Cottages offers beautifully appointed cottages, each one unique, on eight acres of picturesque meadowland fronting on the Esopus Creek. Your modern, bright, airy nest is decorated with reclaimed, upcycled furnishings and art that plays perfectly with the barn beams; professional management means that your every whim will be attended to, and you’re amidst the best of the Catskills beauty and attractions.
Beechview Gardens Circle, Boiceville
whistlewood farm bed & breakfast
Whistlewood Farm Bed & Breakfast is a classic B&B on a working farm; rooms are furnished with eclectic antiques, and the full country breakfast and dessert table are legendary. Out from under your warm handmade quilts, you’ll find horses, chickens, and a donkey named Tigger to befriend; afterward, relish breathtaking sunsets over the Hudson and clear, starry nights.
52 Pells Road, Rhinebeck
woodstock way hotel
Woodstock Way, just steps from the wildly entertaining town center, offers an immersive and eco-luxe take on treehouse living beside a mind-massaging waterfall. The playful, unique, oversized guest rooms are fitted with luxurious amenities; the outdoor spaces are purpose-designed for contemplation, bliss, and fun. Gather around the evening fire and swap adventure stories with your fellow dreamers.
10 Waterfall Way, Woodstock