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Dining & Entertainment in Woodstock, An Overview by Jeff Moran (Town Supervisor, 2008-2011):
We all know people, some close to us, with serious food allergies, and know others who choose to restrict their diet. Ideally, we should all be able to enjoy one another’s company around a dinner table and eat heartily, whether at home or out on the town.

 

There is a fool-proof formula for entertaining at home without underfeeding those with food issues: In a three-dish entree, two dishes should be meat-free, two dairy-free, two free of nuts, and two free of gluten, which is a component of wheat, rye, and barley and sometimes an additive in chocolate candies and other prepared foods. Where feasible, make a few extra portions of each dish. If bread is important to the meal at any point, also make available wheat-free crackers, or rice cakes, or corn chips, or corn tortillas. Vegans, as always, will make do. That said, vegan dishes can be terrific.

 

Or you can just not cook. Either way, Woodstock can accommodate.

 

In restaurants, meat is easy to avoid (depending how one views eggs), as is fish (unless you count Worcestershire sauce), as is dairy (unless you count butter, in which case you already know to ask for oil instead). Nuts are uncommon enough to be described in menus. Although gluten can be trickier to avoid, as wheat flour is ubiquitous and soy sauce common, area chefs are, to varying degrees, increasingly including gluten-free items in their menus.

 

The Garden Café on Old Forge Road, a vegan restaurant with additional garden seating in summer; offers wine and beer and accepts reservations. Vegetarian choices are offered by every other restaurant in and around town, all of which offer seated dining, from drop-in-casual to reservations-recommended-on-weekends. Most will prepare meals for take-away as well.

 

All Woodstock restaurants are open for lunch, the exceptions being four otherwise full service establishments: The Bear Café, in Bearsville; YumYum Noodle Bar on Rock City Road, Cucina, on Mill Hill Road; and Havana Club Bar and Grille, on Country Club Lane. The Bear offers New American cuisine and additional streamside dining in summer; Cucina, which also offers Sunday brunch, offers contemporary Italian cuisine and seasonal porch seating. Havana Club serves Italian and Cuban fare with a South American twist. These and Woodstock’s other full-service restaurants accept reservations. Yum Yum, open for dinner 4:30 to 10 PM daily, offers noodle-and-broth combinations and indoor and seasonal outdoor seating

 

Woodstock’s other full-service restaurants serve lunch and dinner, the sole exception being Oriole 9, a Continental-themed cafe on Tinker Street, which is open from breakfast through lunch. Joshua’s Cafe, on Tinker Street, has a Mediterranean accent as well as a full breakfast menu. Violette, on Mill Hill Road, has a French accent; the Landau Grill, on Mill Hill Road, has an American accent, as does the Pub at the Club at the Woodstock Golf Course. Wok ‘n’ Roll, on Mill Hill Road, features Chinese cuisine and sushi. All offer outside dining in season in addition to inside space. The Gypsy Wolf Cantina, on Route 212 between Woodstock and Bearsville, offers Mexican cuisine. The Little Bear, in Bearsville, offers Chinese fare. The Mountain Gate offers Indian cuisine. 

 

Breakfast is available at several establishments. The Corner Cupboard, a deli on Tinker Street, opens early for breakfast, as does Maria’s Bazaar, a delicatessen café. Likewise Bread Alone, purveying soups, sandwiches and freshly-made offerings from the Bread Alone Bakery in Boiceville, and Lori's Creative Cafe & Jabelli's Bakery, serving restaurant quality food to eat in or take out as well as homemade bakedgoods; all are on Mill Hill Road.

 

Lori’s serves dinner as well, as do Catskill Mountain Pizza Company, which has indoor and outdoor seating, and Taco Juan’s, which offers take-out style Mexican dishes and ice cream; both are located on Tinker Street. Also on Tinker Street is Joshua’s Java Lounge, which offers coffee drinks, light fare, and a WiFi hotspot. Tea by the cup or pound is available at the Tea Shop of Woodstock on Maple Lane.

 

There are two markets in Woodstock that sell meat, poultry, fish, produce, and dairy items year-round, Woodstock Meats on Mill Hill Road and Sunfrost Farms on Route 212 two miles west of the Village Green. The cafe at Sunfrost Farms also offers a variety of made to order juice and smoothie drinks, as does Press and Blend, located at 21 Tinker Street: a cafe specializing in raw and vegan chocolates, desserts, and other foods.

 

Fresh produce and dairy items, in addition to soups and made-to-order sandwiches, are available year-round also at Sunflower Natural Foods Market, and the Cub Market, in Bearsville. Locally smoked fish and honey is available at Lenny B's smokehouse at his home on Wittenberg Road in Bearsville. 

 

Most markets sell whole bean coffee; for the most freshly roasted beans, visit the sources, including Monkey Joe Roasting Co., located on Broadway in the City of Kingston.

 

Wines and spirits are available at Woodstock Wine and Liquors on Tinker Street, and in neighboring West Hurley at Hurley Ridge Wines and Spirits on Route 375, adjacent to Hurley Ridge Market, the nearest supermarket. Two other options, both in the Town of Kingston, are the Liquor Cabinet on Zena Road and the Wine Hutch on Route 28.

 

Also in the Town of Kingston along Route 28 are several food-service establishments. Blue Mountain Bistro Catering's Bistro-to-Go serves restaurant-quality food to eat in or take out as well as local and imported food products and homemade baked goods; next to them is Cheese Louise, a purveyor of specialty cheeses. La Bella Pasta sells fresh pasta and homemade sauces. The Hobo Deli is a 24-hour deli offering sandwiches and other take-away items. E & S Discount Beverages, which carries beer and soft drinks.

 

Both the Hickory Barbecue and Smokehouse on Route 28 and the Reservoir Inn, south of Route 28, on Basin Road in West Hurley, are full-service restaurants that serve lunch and dinner.

 

Just over Woodstock’s western borders in Mount Tremper are French-themed La Duchesse Anne, at Wittenberg Road; the New American-themed Catskill Rose, on Route 212, and the Italian-themed Tiso’s, also on Route 212. On Route 28 at Emerson Place is The Phoenix, offering modern American cuisine.

 

Just east of Woodstock at Route 212 and Glasco Turnpike in West Saugerties are the New American-themed Red Onion Restaurant and Bar. A mile or so east of these eateries on Route 212 is New World Home Cooking, which features fish and BBQ. Alll three are full-service dinner restaurants; the Red Onion, with seasonal porch and patio dining, also offers a Sunday brunch. In the same neighborhood, along Route 212, is Jolly's British Food and Good Grub Groceries, which offers imported products, local fresh produce in season, and take-out food.

 

Woodstock’s live entertainment venues include the Colony Café on Rock City Road, which features regional acts, and the 250-seat Bearsville Theater, located in Bearsville, which hosts regional acts on weekdays and national performers on weekends. The Bearsville Theater has a bar in the adjacent lounge; the Colony Cafe has a bar as well. Woodstock is also known for the Midnight Rambles held at the studio/home of Levon Helm, former drummer of The Band.

 

Occasional live entertainment can be found also at various other spots in Woodstock, including the newly refurbished 300-seat Woodstock Playhouse, the Harmony Cafe at 52 Mill Hill Road, the Music Festival at the Village Green on Saturdays in the summer, and special events at Woodstock's Mescal Hornbeck Community Center on Rock City Road. Warm-weather venues include Mower’s Flea Market on Maple Lane, open Saturdays and Sundays. On Wednesdays from late May through late October, one can purchase take-away meals by local cooks and restaurateurs and enjoy live music as part the Woodstock Farm Festival, where baked goods and local produce are sold. The Maverick Concert Hall on Maverick Road offers a music series on summer weekends.

 

Beyond Woodstock's western borders, on South Plank Road in Mount Tremper, is Mount Tremper Arts, a contemporary arts center that integrates performances, exhibitions, artist residencies, educational programming, and informal gatherings.

 

Woodstock being a self-described Colony of the Arts, representation abounds. The Woodstock Artists' Association and Museum on Tinker Street features rotating group and solo exhibitions by local artists as well as exhibits from their extensive permanent collection. The Woodstock School of Art also mounts regular exhibitions of regional artists past and present. Fletcher Gallery, at 40 Mill Hill Road, features contemporary art, as does the Woodstock Framing Gallery at 31 Mill Hill Road. Lotus Fine Art &Design, on Rock City Road, features fine art and painted glass. Varga Gallery, on Tinker Street, is an art collective. Elena Zang Gallery, on Route 212 in Shady, features rotating exhibitions by contemporary artists, as does James Cox Gallery at Woodstock, located on Route 212 in Willow, which also features historic art.

 

The Center for Photography at Woodstock, located on Tinker Street, supports artists working in photography and related media through rotating exhibitions. Galerie BMG, located on Tannery Brook Road, features contemporary photography, as does Photosensualis, with an emphasis on the nude figure, located on Rock City Road.

 

First-run films are shown regularly at Upstate Films at the Tinker Street Cinema and at various venues during the Woodstock Film Festival, held annually the first weekend in October.

 

The Linda Diamond Dance Company, located on Glasco Turnpike just over the border with Saugerties, features occasional performances of contemporary dance. Friends of Fiddle and Dance hosts contra dances, usually once a month, at the Woodstock Community Center. Ars Choralis, performs choral music of all periods and style at various local venues throughout the summer season. The Woodstock Poetry Society meets every 2nd Saturday at 2pm for featured poets and open reading, usually at Woodstock Town Hall on Tinker Street.

 

Performing Arts of Woodstock, located at Town Hall on Tinker Street, mounts productions of both new and classic plays in its spring and autumn seasons. Woodstock Fringe presents theater and song Thursdays through Sundays in the summer at the Byrdcliffe Theatre on Upper Byrdcliffe Road, part of the historic Byrdcliffe Colony maintained by the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild. The Guild also hosts regional and national performing, visual and literary artists in its Kleinert/James Arts Center. Bird-On-A-Cliff Theater Company, associated with the Woodstock Playhouse, offers free productions of Shakespeare’s plays at the 77-acre Comeau Property, the seat of Woodstock’s government, which is also the home of the Woodstock Historical Society, open on summer weekends and for special exhibitions.

Woodstock NY Getaway Vacation Packages:
Information about Woodstock NY Getaway Vacation Packages, sponsored by the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce and Arts, is available here.
The Woodstock Guide:
Copies of the current Woodstock Guide are available online or at Houst & Son, Pondicherry, Westwood Metes and Bounds Realty, and the Woodstock artists Association and Museum. Additinal info is available online at the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce and Arts.
Attractions:

 

Bearsville Theater 

291 Tinker St (Route 212) 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

845) 679-4406

 

Bird-on-a-Cliff Theater

PO Box 649

Woodstock NY 12498

845.247.4007

bird-on-a-cliff@hvc.rr.com 

 

The Byrdcliffe Arts Colony

Upper ByrdcliffeRoad

Woodstock NY 12409

(845) 679-2079

 

Historical Society of Woodstock

Comeau Drive

Woodstock, NY 12498

historian@woodstockny.org

 

Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble

160 Plochmann Lane

Woodstock NY, 12498 

 

Mount Tremper Arts
PO Box 88
647 South Plank Rd
Mount Tremper, NY 12457

Phone
845-688-9893
info at mttremperarts.org

 

 

Performing Arts of Woodstock

PO Box 517

Woodstock NY 12498

845.679.7900

 

Tinker Street Cinema

132 Tinker Street

Woodstock NY 12498

845.679.6608 

legendsl[at]hotmail.com

 

Woodstock Artists Association and Museum

28 Tinker Street

Woodstock, NY 12498

845-679-2940

info@woodstockart.com

 

Woodstock Museum

Bach Road

Saugerties, New York

845 246-0600

hello@woodstockmuseum.com

 

Woodstock Playhouse

PO Box 1326

Woodstock NY 12498

845.679.4101

info@woodstockplayhouse.org

 

Woodstock Tango

(845) 246-1122

info@woodstocktango.com 

 

 

 

Getting Around:

Woodstock has 78 miles of Town Roads to complement State Routes 28 (which is how one comes to Woodstock from Kingston and the southeast), 212 (the way from Saugerties and the northeast, and the main arterial route from West Saugerties through Woodstock, Bearsville, Shady, Lake Hill, Willow, and Mount Tremper, where it joins 28), and 375 (the way from 28 north through West Hurley to 212 and the Woodstock hamlet). There are also a number of county roads: Rock City Road, Wittenberg Road, Glenford-Wittenberg Road, Ohayo Mountain Road, Glasco Turnpike, Sawkill Rioad, Zena Road, and West Saugerties Road. All Woodstock roads are beautiful: see for yourself!

 

Adirondack Pine Hill Trailways operates daily bus service to and from Port Authority in New York City, making stops in Kingston each way. The offical stop is in the center of the Woodstock hamlet across from the Village Green, but they'll drop you almost anywhere along 212 if you ask (flagging the driver down to pick you upon the road is trickier and not officially sanctioned). Click this link for schedules and fares.

 

There is no direct train service to Woodstock: Amtrak's Hudson Valley line makes daily stops in Rhinecliiff, across the Hudson River from Kingston, our county seat. Click this link for schedules and fares.

 

Regional taxi services include:

Alo Taxi Service Kingston, NY (845) 331-1116
Colonial City R&M Taxi Kingston, NY (845) 331-9663
Woodstock Taxi (845) 679-7766
Catskill Taxi 845 668-1064 (office) ~ (845) 798 4014 (cellular)
OM Taxi (845) 417-7547

Galleries:

Galerie BMG 

12 Tannery Brook Road 
Woodstock, NY 12498 
(845) 679-0027    
info@galeriebmg.com

 

The Center for Photography at Woodstock 
59 Tinker Street 
Woodstock, NY   12498 
(845) 679-9957 
(914) 679-6337 (fax) 
info@cpw.org
 
Elena Zang Gallery 
3671 Route 212 
Shady, NY 12409 
(845) 679-5432 
ezang@hvc.rr.com


Fletcher Gallery  
40 Mill Hill Rd.
Woodstock, NY 12498
(845) 679-4411
(845) 679-1008 (fax) 
info@fletchergallery.com
 
James Cox Gallery at Woodstock
4666 Route 212 Willow, NY 
(845) 679-7608

info@jamescoxgallery.com

 
Kleinert/James Arts Center

34 Tinker Street

Woodstock, NY 12498

(845) 679-2079

 

Lily Ente Studio 
153 Tinker Street 
Woodstock, NY  12498
 
Lotus Fine Art & Design, Inc.
33 Rock City Rd. 

Woodstock, NY 12498
(845) 679-2303
lotuswoodstock@yahoo.com
 
Photosensualis 
Rock City Road 
Woodstock NY 12498 
(845) 679-5333
(845) 679-2322 FAX 
photosensualis@earthlink.net
 
SweetHeart Gallery
American Art & Fine Craft Gallery

8 Tannery Brook Rd
Woodstock, NY 12498
(845) 679-2622
(845) 679-5771 (fax) 
Bacon@SweetHeartGallery.com
 
The Rock City Art Gallery
22 Rock City Road
Woodstock, NY 12498
(917) 208-2735
 
Woodstock Artists Association

28 Tinker St. 
Woodstock NY 12498 
(845) 679-2940 
info@woodstockart.org
 
Woodstock Art Sudio Luzy
Ellen Luzy
9c Mowers Lane
Woodstock NY 12498
(845) 679-3081
artstudioluzy@aol.com
 
Varga Gallery
130 Tinker Street
Woodstock NY 12498
845.679.4005

Restaurants:

The Bear Café & Bear Cafe Catering

Bearville Theatre Complex 

295 Tinker St./Rt 212 

Bearsville, NY 12409 

(845) 679-5555

 

Catskill Mountain Pizza Company

51 Mill HillRoad

Wodstock NY 12498

(845) 679-7969

 

Catskill Rose Lodging & Dining

(845) 688-7100

5355 Route 212

Mount Tremper 12457

845-688-7100

Email: peter@catskillrose.com

 

Cucina Restaurant - Bar

109 Mill Hill Road

Woodstock NY 12498

(845) 679.9800

info@cucinarestaurant.com

 

Garden Café on the Green

6 Old Forge Road

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-3600

 

Gypsy Wolf Cantina

261 Tinker St.

Woodstock, NY 12498

(845) 679-956

 

Havana Club Bar and Grille

20 Country Club Lane

Woodstock NY 12498

(845) 679-3213 

info@woodstocklodge.com 

 

Joshua's Cafe & Caterers 

51 Tinker St. 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-5533

femchef@aol.com 

 

Landau Grill 

17 Mill Hill Rd. 

Woodstock NY 12498 

(845) 679-8937

 

The Little Bear 
295 Tinker St #B

Bearsville, NY 12409

845-679-8899

 

Mountain Gate Indian Restaurant 

4 Deming Street 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-5100

 

Oriole 9

17 Tinker Street

Woodstock NY 12498

(845) 679-5763

 

The Phoenix Restaurant 

Rt. 28 and Mt. Pleasant Road 

Mt. Tremper, NY 12457 

(845) 688-7700

(877) 688-2828

 

The Pub at The Club

at Woodstock Golf Club

114 Mill Hill Road

Woodstock NY

845-679-679-2620

 

Reservoir Inn

167 Basin Road 

West Hurley NY 12491 

(845) 331-9806

 

The Red Onion Restaurant & Bar 

1654 Route 212

Saugerties NY 12477

(845) 679-1223

 

Taco Juan's

Tinker Sreet 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-9673 

 

Touché

1633 Glasco Turnpike (at Rte. 212)

Woodstock New York 12498

(845) 679-2121

 

Violette Restaurant - Wine Bar

85 Mill Hill Road

Woodstock, New York 12498

845.679.5300

info@violettewoodstock.com

 

Wok‘n’Roll

Mil Hill Road

Woodstock, NY 12498

845) 679-7760

Bed & Breakfasts:

In the Hamlet of Woodstock:

 

Above the Books

23 Mill Hill Road

Woodstock, NY 12498

(845) 679-2100 

AboveTheBooks@mirabai.com


A Woodstock Waterfall Hideaway
8A Tannery Brook Road
Woodstock, NY 12498
845-810-2732
Property Manager: judy-atwood@earthlink.net

 

Dharma Guest House, Retreat 

12 Sully’s Lane 

Woodstock, NY 12498

(845) 679-4219

info@dharmaguesthouse.com


Morning Glory B&B 

141 Tinker Street

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-3208 

pxu@hvc.rr.com  

 

Pike Lane Bed and Breakfast

54 Pike Lane

Woodstock, NY 12498

(845) 679-0551

info@pikebb.com

 

Twin Gables of Woodstock   

73 Tinker St.  

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-9479

www.twingableswoodstockny.com

info@twingableswoodstockny.com

 

 

Village Green Bed & Breakfast

12 Tinker Street  

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-0313 

 

The Wild Rose Inn 

66 Rock City Rd. 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) 679-8783 

WildRoseBB@aol.com

 

The Woodstock Inn by the Millstream 

48 Tannery Brook Road 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

1-800-420-4707 (toll free) 

(845) 679-8211

info@woodstock-inn-ny.com

 

In the Town of Woodstock beyond the hamlet:

  

Woodstock Country Inn 

PO Box 704 Cooper Lake Rd. 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

(845) -679-9380 

info@woodstockcountryinn.com 

 

Cottonwood Lane B&B 

15 Cottonwood Lane

Woodstock NY 12498

(845) 684-5135

jsmith105@hvc.rr.com 

  

Enchanted Manor of Woodstock

23 Rowe Rd.     

Woodstock, NY 12401

(845) 679-9012

enchantedmanor@aol.com

 

Elsewhere in or adjacent to the Town of Woodstock:

 

Bed by the Stream 

9 George Sickle Road

Saugerties, NY 12477

(845) 246-2979

Proprietor: Bill Reinardt

wreinhardt@hvc.rr.com 

 

Bluestone Country Manor

John & Elizabeth Lynch

4170 Route 9W/Box 144

Saugerties, West Camp  12490

(845) 246-3060

(877) 822-2144 

bluestone@hvc.rr.com


The House on the Quarry at Opus 40

50 Fite Road

Saugerties, NY 12477

(845) 246-8584

(914) 388-0199

patopus40@hotmail.com

 

Catskill Rose Lodging & Dining

5355 Route 212

Mount Tremper 12457 

(845) 688-7100

 

B&B's B&B 

140 Glenford/Wittenberg Rd. 

Glenford, NY 12433 

(845) 657-2518 

 

Harmony House Bed & Breakfast

1659 Route 212

Saugerties NY 12477

(845) 679-1277

harmonyhousebb@aol.com 

 

 

Onteora, the Mountain House

PO Box 356

Boiceville, NY 12412

(845) 657-6233

info@onteora.com

 

Pine Grove Lodge Bed & Breakfast

173 Stoll Rd - map #W4

Saugerties NY 12477

(845) 246-1337

msmith2@hvc.rr.com  

 

Retreat at TreeGap

316 Upper Byrdcliffe Rd.

Woodstock NY 12468

(845) 679-5345

info@treegapretreat.com

 

Your Home In Woodstock

PO Box 235

Woodstock, NY 12498

(845) 679-6632 

(845) 679-5976 fax

contact_us@yourhomeinwoodstock.com

 

East of Woodstock: 

 

Saugerties Bed and Breakfast

122 Burt Street 

Saugerties NY 12477

(845) 246-4058

(845) 399-8302 (CELL)

 

West of Woodstock:

 

Phoenicia Belle

73 Main Street

Phoenicia NY 12464

(845) 688-7226

info@phoeniciabelle.com

 

South of Woodstock:

 

Sparrow Hawk Bed & Breakfast

4496 Rte 209

Stone Ridge NY 12484

(845) 687-4492

Inn@SparrowHawkAffaires.com

 

Barclay Heights Bed & Breakfast

Justine & David Smythe

Saugerties, NY 12477

(845) 246-3788

chefsmythe@smythehouse.com

 

Montgomery Bed & Breakfast

76 Montgomery Street

Saugerties NY 12477

(845) 234-008

 

The Renwick Clifton House

Contact/Owner: Miriam & Eric Adams 

27 Barclay Street

Saugerties NY 12477

(845) 246-0552 

(845) 246-5244 (fax) 

Clifton@renwickclifton.com

 

North of Woodstock:

 

Clark House Bed & Breakfast

3292 Route 23A / PO Box465 

Palenville NY 12463

(518) 678-5649 

theclarkhousebb@yahoo.com

 

Washington Irving Inn

Rt 23A

Hunter NY 12442

(518) 589-5560

(518) 589-577

Cottages and Guesthouses:

Back of the Moon

"Walking Distance to Levon Helm's Midnight Rambles"

Woodstock NY 12498

(845) 853-6031

e-mail:susie1080@gmail.com


Bearsville Inn

48 Wittenberg Rd

Bearsville, NY 12409

(609) 439-7037

(609) 393-8028

 

Black Bear Cottages

2465 Glasco Turnpike

Woodstock NY 12498

(845) 706 0063

(845) 679 3337

 

Getaway on the Falls

5 Waterfall Way

Woodstock NY 12498

(845) 679-2568

tinkervillage@aol.com

 

Woodstock Design Waterfront Cottage 

mike@kramereast.com

(845) 853-5520 

or 845 679-9189 (cell & voicemail)

 

The Woodstock Inn Cottage 

845-679-8211

800-420-4707

info@woodstock-inn-ny.com

 

North of Woodstock:

 

The Waterfall House

Palenville NY 

(845) 246-6666

babs@waterfallrental.com

 

Woodstock and Environs:

 

HomeAway Woodstock NY Vacation Rentals

Aimee D. Faulkner

3801 South Capital of Texas Hwy

Austin TX 78704

(512) 684-1100 

Inns, Hotels and Motels:

The Woodstock Inn by the Millstream 

48 Tannery Brook Road 

Woodstock, NY 12498 

1-800-420-4707 (toll free) 

(845) 679-8211

info@woodstock-inn-ny.com

 

West of Woodstock:

 

Cobblestone Motel

80 Route 214

Phoenicia, NY

(845)  688-7871

cobblestone@catskillpark.com

 

The Cottages At Rock Cut Ledge

5243 Route 28 - map #S5

Mt. Tremper NY 12459

(845) 679-6236

 

Starlite Motel

Route 28

Big Indian, NY  12410

(888) 218-6467 or (845) 254-4449

info@starlite-motel.com 

 

Kate's Lazy Meadow Motel

5191 Rt. 28

Mt. Tremper, NY 12457

(845) 688-7200 

 

East of Woodstock:

 

Howard Johnson Saugerties

2764 Route 32

Saugerties, NY 12477

845-246-9511

 

Holiday Inn Kingston

503 Washington Avenue

Kingston, NY 12401

(845) 338-0400

 

North of Woodstock:

 

Hotel Moutain Brook

57 Hill Street

Tannersville, NY  12485

Tel: (518) 589-6740

E-mail: Amylyn@hotelmountainbrook.com

 

 

Spas:

In Woodstock: 

 

River Rock Health Spa

62 Ricks Road

Woodstock, NY 12498

(845) 679-7800 

 

West of Woodstock:

 

The Copperhood Inn & Spa

70-39 Rte. 28 

Shandaken, NY 12480 

(845) 688-2460 

info@copperhood.com

 

Emerson Resort & Spa

146 Mt. Pleasant Road

Mt. Tremper, NY 12457

(877) 688-2828

Campgrounds:

NYS DEC - Campgrounds

(518) 457-2500

 

Phoenicia Black Bear Campground & RV Park

17 Bridge Street - Map # R4

Phoenicia, NY 12464

(845) 688-7405

phoeniciacampground@hvc.rr.com

Lodges:

West of Woodstock:

 

The Lodge and Spa at 

Emerson Place

146 Mount Pleasant Road

Mount Tremper, NY 12457

(877) 688-2828 (toll free) 

(845) 688-2828 (locally) 

 

North of Woodstock:

 

The Woodbine Inn & Arts Center 

 

144 Malden Avenue

Palenville, NY 12463

Call either:

(518) 947-6787 or (845) 679-5549

info@thewoodbine.com