Where to Stay in the Catskills

Find a Place to Rest Your Head and Weary Feet After a Day of Adventures

When it comes to finding lodging during a trip to the Catskills, the region has it all – from boutique hotels to immersive farm stays and all-inclusive family resorts. Check out the map below to explore the region's varied lodging options and take a look at our recommendations for where to stay below.

Boutique Hotels

After an influx of design-oriented souls looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, the Catskills have become an unexpected haven for boutique hotels. Try the pop-culture influenced rooms at The Roxbury Motel in Roxbury and sleep inside the bottle from I Dream of Jeannie, follow the yellow brick road in The Wizard's Emeralds, have an adventure in The Digs, and enjoy a day at the Shimmer Spa. Or enjoy a retro stay at Hotel Dylan where the "Peace, Love, Stay" motto influences every aspect of its Bohemian-chic rooms and grounds.

All-Inclusive Resorts

Traveling with the entire family to the Catskills? Try a stay at a family-friendly all-inclusive resort offering everything from accommodations and meals, to on-site activities and events. The Winter Clove Inn in Round Top offers guests relaxation at its Colonial-style resort, as well as access to hiking, skiing, golf and a variety of on-site events. Farther south, Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon offers family fun on its expansive grounds in the Catskill Mountains.

Vacation Rentals

For a more secluded stay in the Catskills with all of the comforts of home, try a vacation rental and choose from options ranging from old farm houses to cozy cottages and unique modern homes. Escape to Trout River in Livingston Manor situated on the Willowemoc River and 40 acres of lush natural surroundings – perfect for a fly fisherman's getaway. In Woodstock, try the contemporary cabins of Woodstock Way in the heart of this historic Catskills town.

Farm Stays

Get the ultimate farm experience with an authentic farm stay offering learning experiences and relaxation. At Stony Creek Farmstead in Walton, guests will rise each day to complete morning chores alongside the farm's owners and farmhands – including collecting eggs for their own breakfast among other activities – and end the day relaxing among a glamping experience of sorts in the farm's rustic and luxurious canvas tent. Those seeking a farm vacation can also venture to Hull-O-Farms in Durham to enjoy the private and secluded Guest House and numerous opportunities to pitch in a hand at this seventh-generation family owned farm.

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