A comfortable place to stay in the heart of Woodstock, New York
The picturesque hamlet known for music and the arts in the Hudson Valley
Fly out, drive up or bus it. We're close to the Village Green
The House The house was built in 1802 as the parsonage to the Dutch Reformed Church on the Village Green. It has been extensively restored with a full gut rehab. It has a partial post and beam frame...
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The Town The town is famous for lending its name to the 1969 Woodstock Festival. It was actually held 50 miles away at Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in Bethel, New York. People still come from all...
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The Catskills Originally, the area’s name was spelled “Kaatskil” by 17th Century Dutch settlers. The name has it’s origin in several theories. One has a little to do with bobcats...
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