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Lodging and Dining in One Great Place

The only thing better than finding a great place to eat and a great place to stay is finding both of those things in the same place! The Great Northern Catskills has lots of options for places to stay that also have restaurants, and both the food and the rooms are second to none. Plan your next Catskills getaway as an all-in-one experience. Explore lodging and dining packages that will take your next vacation to Greatest-Of-All-Time levels.

 

Glen Falls House

Timeless charm meets modern minimalism at this boutique Catskills hotel. The Trotwood, their onsite bar and lounge, features seasonally-inspired farm-to-table cuisine that serves locals as well as guests of the 42-room hotel. Work up an appetite by hiking, mountain biking, or swimming on the property. After dinner, curl up beside a cozy bonfire with a tasty aperitif.

 

The Stewart House

This remodeled 1883 historic hotel located on the banks of the Hudson River has nine luxurious rooms and boasts two dining experiences. Enjoy locally-sourced cuisine and craft cocktails in their hotel restaurant and tavern, or dock your boat at The River Grill during summer months.

 

Scribner’s

Scribner’s Catskill Lodge offers mountain lodging with an urban flair. The perfect base camp for a new generation of weekend adventurers, visitors can relax in a sleekly decorated room before heading down to the Prospect, an onsite bar and restaurant serving delicious food accompanied by some of the most stunning mountain views of any Catskills restaurant.

 

Deer Mountain Inn

Deer Mountain Inn offers an all-inclusive experience for guests of their 6-room turn-of-the-century inn. Nestled on 168 wooded acres, visitors can gaze upon mountain views as they enjoy a small plate and hand-crafted cocktail on the patio. In the onsite restaurant, three-course meals served by a cozy fireplace entice locals, weekenders, and guests of the inn to gather and eat as a community.

 

Ruby’s Hotel

Take a step back into history at Ruby’s Hotel. This 1800's architectural gem has been lovingly restored, and is still furnished with all the original tables, chairs, and lighting fixtures, as well as an Art Deco Bar and soda fountain. Enjoy fine dining in the back room, or dine alfresco at the outdoor creek sidebar on warm summer evenings.

 

Albergo Allergria

Breakfast is included at this award-winning 21-room Bed & Breakfast hotel, rated among the top 3% of lodgings in the nation. Get a good night’s sleep in an impeccably manicured room complete with a full private bath, in-room entertainment, and even a fireplace. Then, start your day with a fantastic garden-to-table breakfast or snack your way through their 24-hour guest pantry!

 

Kaatskill Mountain Club

Located on Hunter Mountain, the Kaatskill Mountain Club is one of several Catskills resorts that offers guests equally appealing lodging and dining options. Relax in a spacious studio, a one, two, or three-bedroom suite, or an executive or penthouse suite. In winter months, enjoy ski-in, ski-out privileges and a cozy fireplace. For the epitome of luxury, treat yourself to a spa day at the Mountain Club Spa before enjoying premier hotel dining at Rip Van Winkle’s Restaurant.

 

Hotel Mountain Brook

Rustic meets chic at Hotel Mountain Brook, an Adirondack-style Lodge featuring 19 luxurious rooms with spectacular views of the Catskill Mountains. When you wake refreshed, mosey down the cozy fireside dining room for a complimentary breakfast.

 

Rosehaven B&B

Rekindle your romance at Rosehaven B&B. The beautifully recreated Country home mixes modern elegance with the charm of bygone eras. Situated at the head of Kaaterskill Clove, the B&B is conveniently located minutes from hiking and skiing trails. Each of the four rooms come complete with a fireplace and whirlpool tub, and decadent breakfasts include fresh baked goods, fruits, pancakes, and French toast.


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