Bovina Center, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Bovina Center

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Excellent
5 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTake a look at this very charming converted one room schoolhouse on a quiet country road. Enjoy breathtaking mountain views as you sip your morning coffee. Located in the secluded hamlet of Bovina Center, NY, this select retreat allows you to unwind and shed the stress of life in the city. This is the perfect secluded romantic getaway for a weekend in the country or a full week's vacation away from it all. fresh air and blue skies abound, just look at the photos. A very special property, lovingly restored, and waiting for you. Please click on the guidebook tab located in the upper right of this listing to see all the wonderful local attractions. We are secluded in nature, yet very close to great restaurants, skiing, shopping, arts centers and museums. Please click on the guidebook section to see the places available in the neighborhood. The NeighborhoodPlease click on the guidebook section to see the places available in the neighborhood.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIn Delaware County, Bovina is the best, and this house with 7 acres and beds for 7, perched atop Bramley Mountain is the best of Bovina. Enjoy sun-rise, sun-set and moon-rise and a spectacular view from the deck. This modern home with mid century details and furnishings has open-beamed cathedral ceilings, windows and skylights throughout, and a new kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Wood burning stove and cast iron radiators heat the house. Local phone and high speed internet (fiber optic!) and a roku box. Perfect for lovers, friends, foodies and families alike. Start your day with yoga on the deck, then go hiking, bicycling, swimming, fishing, boating on the nearby Pepacton reservoir or kayaking in the Delaware river. Public golf course and tennis courts in Delhi. Nordic skiing on the property and downhill skiing at Plattekill, Hunter, or Belleayre nearby. Graze the local farm stands and gather with the locals for weekend pizza night at Table on Ten in neighboring Bloomville. Eat the freshest egg sandwich of your life and catch up on town gossip at Russell's in Bovina. The Trailways bus stops in Andes and Delhi and on special request 2 miles away at Saint James Church in Bovina. Our "Chalet Shack" is an amazing, private, lush, airy, home away from home. The NeighborhoodMountaintop rural setting near Bloomville, Bovina Center and Delhi. Getting Around2 miles walk from Saint James Church in Bovina, where on special request Trailways will stop. 10 minutes to restaurants, farm stands, and hiking trails. Short drive to Bellayre and Plattekill ski resorts ... and so much more.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIf bucolic is what you’re after, Bovina is your haven. Our little hamlet is connected to the Catskills by miles of winding country roads that lead past grazing cattle, ski mountains (only 40 min from Belleayre and an hour from Plattekille), wildflower fields and century-old barns. Just about two and half hours Northwest of the Five Boroughs you could be here by lunchtime - which in these parts, consists of a cherry soda, trout spread and a dip in the lake. Spacious yet cozy, the apartment has welcomed writers, lovebirds, next-door neighbors and wedding guests alike. Lofted ceilings sport rustic wooden beams and let all of that mountain breeze in through big wooden windows. A generously-sized kitchen boasts butcher block countertops and ample cabinet space, but don’t worry if your knife skills are a little rusty - just give a whistle and we’ll save you a seat downstairs in the dining room. And whether you’ve come alone on sabbatical or travel in a pack, two large, thoughtfully appointed bedrooms and a bath & a half provide comfortable sleeping and bathing quarters. Design books, classic novels, board games and a radio stock the shelves for lazy afternoon or post-hike relaxing. Guest AccessThe mountainside, just a short walk out back & streams for rock skipping and skinny dipping. Incase you must be in touch with the rest of the world, our wifi signal is on and strong. The NeighborhoodBovina is chock-full of agriculture - dairy, veggie, beef and poultry farms, as well as producers of maple syrup & honey. Take a hike to forage wild edibles, pick a few wildflowers, dip your toes in the stream or watch the world go by on the second-floor porch. Getting AroundBovina Center is easily accessed by foot (it's only about ten city blocks) but the rest of Delaware County is best explored by car.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIf bucolic is what you’re after, Bovina is your haven. Our little hamlet is connected to the Catskills by miles of winding country roads that lead past grazing cattle, ski mountains (only 40 min from Belleayre and an hour from Plattekille), wildflower fields and century-old barns. Just about two and half hours Northwest of the Five Boroughs you could be here by lunchtime - which in these parts, consists of a cherry soda, trout spread and a dip in the lake. Guest Accessmnkkj klj
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceFrom vaulting ceilings to original globe lamps, every detail of this converted grain mill invites you to relax, breathe deep, and revel in the pleasure of living. Renovated by the keen eye of my father (former furniture designer/builder), this is the space I grew up in -- where I now love to spend weekends escaping the city with friends. And how easy to do so here! With four bedrooms and two fold-out beds, a game room, and a massive kitchen and dining room, the space is practically begging you to bring friends and make yourselves a dream vacation in the Catskills. Guest AccessThe mill is nestled on an acre of beautiful land, beyond which is a vast hay field. At the edge of the mown area, the hay begins and should be respected -- no trampling hay, please! On a hot day, dip your toes in the brook that runs by our back yard. There is often wild mint growing on the riverbanks as well. Interaction with GuestsThe space is yours! I will always be available via phone or email, but will not intrude on your stay at all. The NeighborhoodWhat makes Bovina Center so special is that it's almost a town arrested in time. Too hilly for cell phone service, too small for chain restaurants, the town has two establishments: Brushland Eatery, a Zagat-rated, acclaimed restaurant on Main Street that was started by a couple who moved here from Brooklyn; and Russell's General Store, named after Mrs. Russell, from whom I purchased penny candy when I was 8 years old, and in whose honor the store remains, selling penny candy, as well as killer breakfast sandwiches. Everyone says 'hi' to you here, and we wave from our cars at people we see walking along the many dirt roads that wind through the mountains. Drawn by the sheer beauty of the land, several creatives have fled NYC and its pricey environs for the calmer, livable lifestyle afforded here. The resulting mixture of 1950's-era day-to-day and millennial-era social acceptance is a lovely kind of near-utopia, especially in the summer. Getting AroundYou can spend your whole time at the Mill without a car: basic groceries are available at Russell's, which is walking distance from home. However, to get to the larger town of Delhi with its supermarket, a car is preferable to the Trailways bus, which runs from NYC all the way up to Ithaca, passing Bovina and Delhi along the way. If you do drive up yourself -- biking is a popular transportation alternative here, so strap one to your roof rack! Other Things to NoteHaving now hosted my first few guests, I realize there is another important detail to note: this is a country house. That means that, though the house is professionally cleaned before every guest arrives and after every guest leaves, it will never look like the Ritz. Flies sometimes come in through the French doors that open onto the deck. There are a couple barn cats that like to come to the back yard looking for snuggles and snacks. Our neighbor's rooster has been known to start crowing at dawn, none of the dish sets match in the kitchen, and half our window treatments are hand sewn. If everything you just read made you smile, this place may be for you. If not, there are ample housing options in Bovina, Andes, and Delhi, some of which may have a more controlled environment to meet your wishes. Another important note is that one bathroom has a shower, and the other has only a bathtub (and a toilet and sink, of course).
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Excellent
66 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceInside this 2- bdrm Catskills cabin, you'll find an open living/kitchen space with comfy couches and wood stove. Outside, there's a wrap-around deck with grill and hot tub. The cabin sits mountainside on eight beautiful acres of meadows, forest, a fantastic swimming pond and a fire pit. Guest AccessSwimming pond, deck, grill, fire pit, outdoor hot tub, wi-fi, and great local dining and festivals. Nearby farm stands, hiking, skiing, fishing, golf, tennis, and low-key town pool (in Andes). Amazing beef cattle are just down the road, so if you'd like some for the grill, we can put it in the fridge! Interaction with GuestsWe live right up the road so are readily available to answer all of your questions and provide whatever we can to make your stay memorable. The NeighborhoodThe cabin on Bramley Mountain is in the beautiful town of Bovina Center, NY. Neighboring farms offer organic veggies, grass-fed meat, cheese, and milk. Our town also has some of the best of Catskill dining. Try Table on Ten, Brushland, and Mountain Brook Inn for delicious farm-to-table meals, and for some of the best in local products, visit Russell's, our beloved general store. Getting AroundWe're three hours from NYC by car. A beautiful ride! Buses also run regularly from Port Authority to nearby Andes or Delhi, so if you don't have a car, we're happy to pick you up. Other Things to NoteFully equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms (1 queen bed and 1 full bed), blow-up bed, games, books, DVDs and video streaming access.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceThis room is one of 4 rooms in the upstairs of a private home. There is a common area with a refrigerator, complimentary FosterBuilt coffee and a shared bathroom. Guest AccessAs a guest at FosterBuilt, you will have 24 hour access through the front door of the house which will lead you straight up the stairs to the rooms. There are no keys to the rooms. If you are concerned about belongings in your absence, keep them with you or in your car. This is a place of relaxation and community that works on the honor system. Interaction with GuestsMark Foster lives and works downstairs and is available most of the time to help or answer any questions. Chances are, if he's around you will be invited into his home for coffee, become friends and have access to the kitchen, living room and all kinds of other fun stuff.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceThis room is one of 4 rooms in the upstairs of a private home. It has a small second room connected to it with a twin bed. There is a common area with a refrigerator, complimentary FosterBuilt coffee and a shared bathroom. Guest AccessAs a guest at FosterBuilt, you will have 24 hour access through the front door of the house which will lead you straight up the stairs to the rooms. There are no keys to the rooms. If you are concerned about belongings in your absence, keep them with you or in your car. This is a place of relaxation and community that works on the honor system. Interaction with GuestsMark Foster lives and works downstairs and is available most of the time to help or answer any questions. Chances are, if he's around you will be invited into his home for coffee, become friends and have access to the kitchen, living room and all kinds of other fun stuff.
Bedroom
Bedroom
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The SpaceThis room is one of 4 rooms in the upstairs of a private home. There is a common area with a refrigerator, complimentary FosterBuilt coffee and a shared bathroom. Guest AccessAs a guest at FosterBuilt, you will have 24 hour access through the front door of the house which will lead you straight up the stairs to the rooms. There are no keys to the rooms. If you are concerned about belongings in your absence, keep them with you or in your car. This is a place of relaxation and community that works on the honor system. Interaction with GuestsMark Foster lives and works downstairs and is available most of the time to help or answer any questions. Chances are, if he's around you will be invited into his home for coffee, become friends and have access to the kitchen, living room and all kinds of other fun stuff.
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The SpaceThe cabin is on East Bramley Mountain Road located on our organic farm in Bovina Center, New York. We are secluded in nature, yet very close to great restaurants, like Brushlands Eating House, Russels, and Table on Ten. The cabin has a large outdoor deck with a fire pit. It is walking distance to our organic farm stand, you have access to our forests, fields and beautiful swimming lake. Check us out on social media at: Bovina Farmer and Iteachandfarm Organically. Guest AccessStand alone one room cabin, full bathroom, utility kitchen (small refrigerator, hot plate, coffee machine - no stove or oven) and outdoor deck. Access to the cabin's main field and swimming pond on East Bramley Mountain. We are a working farm so ask that you only approach the farm with an appointment. We are happy to give you a farm tour. There is a map of the property on the table in the cabin for when you arrive. Stay two nights and an organic gift bag will be provided at the end of your stay. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet and greet guests if we are around. If we do not see you, the cabin will be ready for your arrival with a welcome note on the table inside. The NeighborhoodBurnett Farms is a mountain farm nestled into a high Catskill saddle compromised of pasture, tillage fields and ponds. The Bovina township is the first and best in sweet pasture and water. We are in the heart of the historic Catskills. Other Things to NoteNo internet or phone service. We are a working farm so farms tours are available by appointment only. Please bring your own linens and towels (queen size bed). Kitchen includes: small refrigerator, hot plate, coffee machine (no stove or oven)
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceKinmouth House is perfect for visitors from the city. It affords a wonderful country experience with the quiet charm of a Catskills village. Your a few minutes walk from Russell's General store (best breakfast sandwiches and lunch too), as well as the renowned Brushland Eating House for dinner (reservations recommended)> Guest Access1. Please do not enter the street-level basement. 2. Please do not enter the chicken coop. The girls will gladly strut their stuff for your viewing pleasure in the enclosed pen behind their coop. Interaction with Guests1. We are usually at our home on weekends only a few miles outside of town. Cell phone service is spotty. Our house number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Please feel free to call with any questions. Other Things to Note1. In cold weather, the thermostat is located on the side of the stairs. A separate thermostat above it will help you monitor the heat. 2. Additional floorboard heaters are located in bedrooms #2 and #3, but we doubt you'll need them. 3. Please use extra care when keeping a fire in the wood stove.
Bedroom
Excellent
54 reviews
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The SpaceMystic Lodge is a continuously evolving boutique hotel experience. UPDATE: 11.6.2016 As the high season winds down and Old Man Winter makes his annual return we wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who has stayed with us this year, THANK YOU! So many wonderful people we have met and new friendships have been forged through the rental of our first thipi- The Blue Jay. We have had many guests express how great it would be if we had a second thipi, so that they could return with friends and share this special place with them. In fact, that had been our dream all along- to slowly build our dream and vision of a boutique hotel, eventually with multiple thipis, a grand common area, a spa, etc. That dream is still a little in the distance though we are happy to announce that our second thipi- The Mothership, will launching very soon! ABOUT BLUE JAY TIPI Our 16 ft. diameter Tipi (Blue Jay) is set up for comfort, contemplation, tranquility and relaxation. There is a wood burning stove in the tipi and firewood is provided with all rentals. Also a queen sized bed with linens, pillows and wonderful wool blankets from Argyle Farms, made by our friends in the neighboring town of Andes, NY. Additional Tipi amenities include: towels, drinking water, candles, headlamp, matches and lighter, mexico blankets for picnics, a picnic basket with cutlery plates, etc. Our hand built outhouse is available as the primary bathroom for guests, as well as an outdoor shower (with Hot water), though the shower is turned off in below freezing temperatures. If you are looking for a magical, romantic, relaxing and slightly rustic experience the tipi is for you! It is amazing to watch the stars dance upon the night sky through the opened smoke flaps. The design of the tipi as a living structure is ancient, yet surprisingly modern and even futuristic, the shape and environment promote peace, tranquility and contemplation. The Snorkel tub is a wood fired cedar hot tub available for guests use- upon request, for an additional fee of $50. The tub takes about 6-8 hours to get up to full temperature, depending on air temperature and time of year. The firebox in the tub requires wood to be added to the fire every half hour until optimal temperature is reached. We require 24-48 hour notice if you would like us to prepare the hot tub for you, which you can use as many times as you like during your stay. The $50 fee factors; includes fresh tub, cleaned/scrubbed, filled and fired. Ready for enjoyment. Guest AccessHike around the property, visit the pond, meditate/read a book/nap by the stream, connect with nature/realign/recharge. Interaction with GuestsThe Mystic Lodge is a five acre property located one mile outside of Bovina, NY. The hosts, Chris and Lisa, live in a tiny home on the property and will be around to help guests with their needs. Our front porch provides a space for using wifi during the stay, cell phone reception is nearly nonexistent. Other Things to NoteElevation at the Mystic Lodge is around 1900 ft. so nights can get chilly, even in summertime. Be prepared with cozy warm clothes, though the woodstove will keep you toasty all night through. Additional Bovina gems include; Brushland Eating House, Russell's General Store, and Fosterbuilt HQ, Table on Ten in Bloomville (15 min away), many shops in Delhi, NY (7 miles west).
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Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThere is no running water and no electric on the property. The trailer has a working oven and burners (propane based). There is an outdoor shower with hanging water bag and an outhouse for bathroom use. It's not for everyone but we think it's an amazing way to live and experience nature. We live in a cabin on the property a few hundred yards away. It's a beautiful setting that is totally private. Oddly enough- for a town where there is no cell service - your cell phone will most probably work here. We also have a solar usb/phone charger for your use. There is a bonfire spot, table and chairs for dining and a hammock at the trailer for your private use. Roast marshmallows, pick blackberries (in season), hike... Or do nothing. Interaction with GuestsAs little or as often as you'd like! Other Things to NoteTruly an experience you won't forget. Bovina is known for its amazing night sky and incredibly fresh air.
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4br Home/Apartment
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Guest AccessThere are 2 owner closets and one owner room in the home that is locked. The garage is off limits. Other than than guests have full use of the house and property. Interaction with GuestsThe Property Manager lives a few miles away and is available by phone or email during your stay if anything is needed during your stay. The NeighborhoodBovina Center was founded in 1820 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Though the town and area is rural you will still find plenty to do. Delaware County has a lively and active community that loves visitors! Getting AroundThe Trailways bus line runs through the area but having your own vehicle is necessary. Other Things to NoteThere is a washer and dryer on the main and basement floor for your convenience.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceCalder House has the feeling of yesteryear with modern touches. Warm and inviting, there is something for everyone. Gather in the kitchen and living room for a home cooked meal or after dinner games. Throughout the year roast marshmallows outside at the enormous bonfire with enough benches for the whole family. In the Fall sip coffee on the front porch while the morning fog rises over the fields and watch the mountain turn golden with the sun. At Calder House every season in Bovina is truly spectacular. Guest AccessGuests have full access to house and property. The Guest House is available for rental as well. We do not rent to multiple parties at the same time so you have a private vacation. The art studio is on the property and is off limits. Interaction with GuestsThe owner periodically stays at the studio on the property. The Property Manager lives nearby and is available as needed. The NeighborhoodBovina Center was founded in 1820 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. A drive through the town will prove that much of its history remains intact. Russell's Store, a 5 minute walk from Calder House, has been the town store for 200 years. Get a cup of coffee, pick up some local produce and find out that days news, just like they did back then. Delaware County is known for being a foodie destination and has plenty of activities to offer like hiking, mountain biking, antiqueing and more.
Cottage
3br Cottage
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The SpaceBuilt in the mid-1850's, this eccentric cottage was cobbled together from two little old houses of entirely different vernacular. Its layout and character owe little to the traditional village home; there's no central reception or staircase, no dedicated living room. Rooms turn up where they're not expected, combine and stumble into one another. It's a little maze of doors and corridors, with its own whimsical narrative; a paean to living creatively. Tenderly renovated by The Lovely Brothers, whose Bell End in Brooklyn and Il Buco della Suora in Venice are also available for holiday rentals. The heart of the house is a vaulted room consisting of a rustic, open-plan kitchen which rolls down a gentle slope into a cosy living room with antique wood-burning stove, old leather couch and 1970's high-fidelity turntable, amp and floor speakers. It's a vinyl house. An iPhone will play just fine, but we hide the jack round the back of the old Pioneer, in the hope you'll lose heart and put on a record. We have records. And in lieu of television, we have a secret wall-sized screen that deploys at the press of a button, turning the living room into a cosy fireside movie theatre. Plug your computer into the projector and use your Netflix or Apple accounts to watch Withnail & I. The front door opens directly into the kitchen, which has the semblance of a workshop. Counters are steel-edges remilled hardwoods from Table on Ten. Surfaces are repurposed bowling alley lanes, floating shelves are antique heart-pine from a decommissioned factory in New Jersey. The sink was stolen from our friends Kai and John. The farmhouse table has been with us for 20 years and is etched with the names of friends and a few strangers. The stove is a powerful, 4 burner Viking, the fridge a SMEG from Italy. The floors are old pine. If you drop anything spherical you'll find it a few minutes later in the southwest corner of the living room. There are no cupboards, just shelves; everything is visible, to hand and ready to be used. By you as well as us. Which is emblematic of being here. It's a home, not a self-conscious Airbnb rental. We move out, the house is cleaned, you move in. Everything that was ours is now yours. Shelves and mason jars are full of supplies, spices, condiments. The porch has pots of fresh herbs. There are copper saucepans, steel frying pans, iron skillets, dutch ovens and every tool and implement you'd expect in a well-used kitchen. Appliances include a stand-mixer, food processor, Vitamix, rice-cooker, toaster, several Bialetti stovetop espresso makers, Italian ice-cream maker, coffee grinder. Plates, bowls, cups, glasses, flatware have been gathered along the way and woven into their own storyline. Plentiful PG Tips teabags from England, antique WWII teapots to brew them in and directions to Byebrook Farm for 'straight-from-the-cow' raw milk. Coffee from Table on Ten. If you're looking for a sterile, neutral rental with six IKEA bowls and a corkscrew, this isn't it. High speed Fios wireless internet throughout. We even have a fat and very lazy cat - Jack - who either comes with the house or not. He's indifferent. If you want him he's great company, loves to sleep on the beds and idly follow you round the garden. All for a teacup of kibble and a firm head-stroke. Or not. The kitchen has a door onto it's own covered porch which winds out to an open deck, then down the hill to the stream and fields. There's a 9-foot hand-made picnic table by the water, as well as bonfire pit and rustic stone BBQ grill. The only visible structures are the barns and roofs of the old creamery in the distance. The gable wall of the kitchen constitutes the end of one little house and the beginning of another. The attached building is a full floor higher. At ground-level there is an open office/library, with windows facing north and east, an old steel work-bench, typewriter and Apple thunderbolt display (which you're welcome to plug your laptop into). There's a wall of books, old, new, rare, odd. The library has its own second front door and it adjoins: Winnie's bedroom - cosy, fabricated like a ship's cabin, with full-size elevated bed, cubbies and it's own little built-in desk area looking down the fields to the stream. It also has its own turntable and powered speakers. In all cases mattresses are great, bedding is from Brooklinen. The library adjoins the spacious bathroom, with antique claw-foot tub and shower, an old pedestal sink and new Toto 'washlet' toilet - a unique sensory experience in its own right. There are plentiful towels and a window that looks south to the mountains. The basement is rough and unfinished, but has a new washer, dryer and chest freezer, all of which are yours to use. Between the kitchen and the library is a narrow, steep set of stairs to two upstairs bedrooms: Dusty's bedroom is open-plan, with a full-size antique iron bed, its own desk (with iMac for after-hours movie-watching), built in rustic shelves and closet. Pass through this to: The big bedroom with windows to the south, the stream, fields, hills and beyond. The sound of running water at night (and birdsong in the morning) are abiding characteristics of sleeping in this room. It has a king-size bed with salvaged redwood headboard, zinc shelves and cupboard. it also also has its own free-standing clawfoot tub, for languid bathing privacy and an element of romance. The tub, full of hot water, goes well with a spritz al bitter. There's loads of dry, seasoned firewood stacked in front of the house for use in the Jotul wood stove. And off-road parking for 3 cars, as well as an old wooden garage which we use for storage. The village of Bovina seems to have become the choice destination in the northwestern Catskills. It's a beautiful, tiny, no-stoplight hamlet. The only businesses are the classic village store - Russell's - with its legendary breakfast sandwiches, and Brushland Eating House, with a locally sourced dinner menu, wine and beer. Both places are a quiet, relaxing meander down Main Street. Bovina has trails, streams, hills, a tiny library, a museum that opens once a year and a playground. And that's it. This is spectacular biking country. Whatever you're looking for, it's here. Undulating, quiet roads with good climbs. Dirt roads into the hills. Old, rough fire trails for the truly manly. We have a close relationship with the well-known restaurant Table on Ten in Bloomville. Come on over during your stay and we'll greet you with giddy enthusiasm and wood-fired sourdough pizza. But aside from activities beyond the auspices of the house, the main reason to stay here is to kick back, hang out, cook, belong, wander down to the stream and treat the house as your home. We're not trying to propel you out. Quite the opposite; we think you should stay home and listen to Serge Gainsbourg, Sandinista or I Pagliacci, flipping the record every 24 minutes whilst slow-braising local pork shoulder and perfecting your absinthe-tinged Manhattan. With a trunkful of groceries, wine and beer, there's not a lot of reasons to roam.
Farmhouse
4br Farmhouse
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The SpaceThe original farmhouse is circa 1865, with 2 wood burning stoves. An old barn was used to build the extension for the kitchen, and the south facing wall is a tapestry of stained glass windows. The kitchen has a a small dishwasher and instead of a traditional stove top and oven, it has an AGA. The master bedroom also has a wood burning stove and floor to ceiling windows that look out onto the property. The house has been updated with modern amenities, but please remember it's still an old farmhouse in the country; occasionally the outdoors come indoors. (Spiders and splinters are not uncommon.) Features: - 4 bedrooms (2 king beds, 2 full beds) - Air mattress if needed - 2 bathrooms - Stream-fed, swimmable pond - 19 acres - Dishwasher - 3 wood burning stoves - BBQ - Outside dining area - Covered porch *THERE IS NO AC Guest AccessGuess are welcome to use the BBQ--there is also an outdoor dining that seats up to 8 people. Feel free to take a swim in the pond, however, for your safety, there is no diving allowed. Help yourself to the board games and puzzles. The NeighborhoodThere are plenty of great places to eat nearby: in Bovina, Brushland Eating House is a must. If you're staying on a weekend and are hoping to have dinner here, we highly recommend making reservations. A little further down the road, The General Store has amazing lunch and breakfast sandwiches. In the neighboring town of Andes, there are plenty of antique stores (our favorite is Kabinette and Kammer) and more restaurants (check out Two Old Tarts and the Andes Hotel). Getting AroundThere is no public transportation available.
Cabin
Excellent
3 reviews
4br Cabin
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Family and dog friendly property on lakefront. Bunk beds for the kids, two log style queen size master bedrooms on each floor. Great for a two family getaway, each to their own floor and share only the kitchen. Woodburning stove, outdoor fire pit, wrap around deck with awesome views of lake and mountains. Satellite tv, wifi, board games, foozball, books for everyone if you just want to stay in. We do not rent monthly or seasonal. *Please note at this time we don't rent to parties larger than 7, our repaired septic is being broken in slowly*
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4br Home/Apartment
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Tucked away in complete seclusion is this beautiful 4 bedroom 3.5 bathroom country home. With a full wrap around deck and balcony you will receive a splendid view from any spot. There is a stone fireplace in our upstairs great room. Perfect spot for reading a book or spending time with someone special. On our great room balcony, enjoy stargazing at night or listening to the birds in the early morning. Our property has a stream running through it. Follow it to enjoy a serene hike through the woods. Just a short drive will take you into the quaint little country village of Andes. Also nearby is the bucolic village of Bovina. These villages offer a variety of country shops including antiques, art galleries, restaurants and more. At the Andes Hotel they serve a full menu of delectable delights! For golfers, a short 15 minute drive takes you to Delhi where there is a first class golf course or you can drive in the opposite direction and be in Margaretville for Hannah Golf Course. Ski Centers include Belle Ayre approximately 35 minutes and Plattekill Ski Center is about 45 minutes away. Hiking trails surround the Catskills. Visit our Facebook page for updates on events and other visitors to the house. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tunis-House-in-the-Catskills/578642658812658
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4br Home/Apartment
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Built when Bovina was a booming dairy town, our grain mill gained a second life when we transformed it into a truly unique living space. Sleep to the sound of a babbling brook, wake to stunning views of fields and mountains in this magical land. From vaulting ceilings to original globe lamps, every detail of this converted grain mill invites you to relax, breathe deep, and revel in the pleasure of living. Renovated by the keen eye of my father (former furniture designer/builder), this is the space I grew up in -- where I now love to spend weekends escaping the city with friends. And how easy to do so here! With four bedrooms and two fold-out beds, a game room with pool, ping-pong and a projector, and a massive kitchen and dining room, the space is practically begging you to bring friends and make yourselves a dream vacation in the Catskills.
Farmhouse
4br Farmhouse
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  • Pets Allowed
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Cherry Ridge Farm is located two miles from Bovina Center, New York in the beautiful Catskill Mountains. Bovina is a wonderful little town, frozen in time, and tucked away in rolling hills only 3 hours from New York City. Time truly stands still up here! Our farm house is very private, set back from the road on 145 acres of property and adjacent to state-owned land. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and one full bath off a large hallway. On the main floor are a fully equipped eat-in kitchen, living room, dining room (seats 10), laundry, half bath and kids playroom (with board games, toys and videos). We have kept the house simple and unpretentious. It is decorated with a mixture of antiques, original art and family favorites. Renovations include refinishing the old pine floors throughout the house, new windows, plumbing and appliances. Across the front of the house is a big covered porch with plenty of comfortable seating for relaxing, dining and views of the perennial garden. Outside, there are two old barns. We have made the upstairs of the horse barn a game room so the kids can play ping-pong and air hockey on rainy days. It also doubles as a quiet space for painting and drawing. In 2013 we built a swimming pond about halfway up the hill behind the house, with a dock for sunbathing and relaxing in total privacy. There are also 2 1/2 miles of trails on the property for hiking, running, mountain biking or strolling through the fields and woods and observing nature. At night, next to the stream that flows behind the house, you can build a bonfire in the fire pit and watch the stars and satellites above. We hope our special getaway appeals to you and look forward to welcoming you to Cherry Ridge Farm.
Chalet
4br Chalet
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  • Pets Allowed
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Come Home for the Holidays! A place for seekers to find quiet inside and out. Or, for families to reunite. (Available for weekends, Holidays, monthly, seasonally, or share with others regularly - please inquire) Are you seeking a place to stop, listen and be calm? Are you seeking a place for your family to gather and make meals together? Are you looking to stay somewhere that supports you relaxing and being at peace? Do you want to be immersed in nature in a comfortable home? Do you want to have access to local food and art and community? Then you’ll want to stay at Catskill Mountaintop Log Retreat where walking in the front door feels like you’ve arrived home with a big warm hug.