The Waterstone Inn and Cottage brings fine accommodations back to Greenwood Lake, offering visitors a peek back in time to when steamships ferried travelers, the railroad ran along the East Shore, and Greenwood Lake was the talk of the town in the New York Times social pages.
Waterstone Inn is truly a four-season destination with five beautifully appointed rooms, each with their own private bath. All of the rooms are spacious, airy and provide guests with individually controlled air conditioning, ceiling fans and cable television. Most rooms offer oversized Jacuzzi tubs. Beautiful lake and mountain views can be seen from all of the rooms.
Located beside the Waterstone Inn, the cottage features two bedrooms (a master bedroom with a queen bed and a guest room with 2 twin beds), living room/dining area, bathroom and small kitchen. There is a beautiful private deck on the front of the cottage that overlooks the lake. It’s outfitted with a BBQ and dining table.
In the 1850s Solomon Caldwell had a vision that the pristine waterfront and mountains of Greenwood Lake could be a world-class resort area to rival Lake George, NY or Windermere, England. He invested in a lion’s share of land and reached out to others who believed grand hotels, restaurants and recreation belonged in Greenwood Lake. The Golden Age of Greenwood Lake was born and wealthy New York families flocked to the lake for leisure throughout the late 1800s and early 1900s.
* Three-course breakfast included in room rate. Fresh-baked bread, fruit and meal selection from our extensive menu.
* Private Bathrooms
* In room flat screen TVs
* Air Conditioning
* Complimentary coffee, tea, and bottled water throughout the day
* Organic bath products
* Use of kayaks, canoes and paddle boat
* Beach passes for swimming at Thomas P. Morahan Waterfront Park[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row]