tratton Falls Campground is located in the upper Catskills Mountain region along the East Branch of the Delaware River. Its 37 acres are nestled up against the Westsettlement Stream just outside of Roxbury.
Xenia Resort is situated in a whimsical, picturesque area of upstate New York, in the Catskill Mountains at the confluences of two stunningly beautiful crystal clear streams, the Resort combines the beauty and the restorative energy of nature with the idyllic setting of a rustic old world lodge.
Lynch's Pot O' Gold Campground is set on lush acreage in the heart of the beautiful Catskill Mountains is nestled at the edge of the Catskill Mountains of New York State, just outside of Catskill Park. A serene natural surrounding awaits you with mountain views to the west. Whether [...]
Surrounded by thousands of acres of Catskills forest preserve, Menla Retreat, Resort & Spa is nestled in a magical mountain valley.
The Rockland House is famous for serving it's mouth watering Prime Rib, steaks, seafood, including locally raised Beaverkill Brook Trout.
The Solitude Inn is situated on a dead end road, and boasts 200 acres of cleared land, woods, stands of trees, and old roads for hiking.
Hungry Ghost Guest House, a small New Paltz, New York bed and breakfast located on 20+ wooded acres at the base of the Mohonk Mountain Preserve.
DeeLuxGlamping offers a glamorous camping vacation at a lakefront retreat just 2 miles from the quaint Village of Pawling, NY in Dutchess County.
Attention to detail and hospitable hosts make Moonshadows and Memories Bed & Breakfast a perfect getaway at any season of the year.
Listed on the National Register of historical places, The Old Schoolhouse Inn & Restaurant in the Catskill Mountains is a feast for the eyes and tastebuds.
Mohican Lake Resort is located on 5 forested acres on Mohican Lake in the Catskill Mountains and offers studios, two room apartments, and lake cabins.
Blue Hill Lodge is nestled in the picturesque Catskill Mountain Hamlet of Claryville, in a valley surrounded by mountains, on the Neversink River.