Sparrow Bush, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Sparrow Bush

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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceMy big old (1850) house is located in town, but when you're in the backyard, it's like country. The airbnb apartment on the second floor is fully furnished--bedroom sleeps 2 on a double bed, living room futon sleeps 2 small or one large person. If there are 3 separate guests, there is small bedroom with a fold-up twin-sized bed.. Will accept up to 4 guests at a time--(for each guest after 2, there is a $15.00 extra fee) . There's an eat-in kitchen, a dining room/office, and a living room area. Kitchen is equipped with coffee-maker, dishes, flatware, some cooking utensils, stove, etc....The bathroom has a large tub/shower. The view from the kitchen and dining room windows is of a huge back yard, carriage house, and the Neversink River, which flows into the Delaware a mile downstream. You can walk to the train or bus to NYC (80 miles southeast), or take a taxi. I will be glad to pick you up if you arrive by train or bus (arrange for your arrival time, of course) from NYC. Guest AccessGuests may use front porch, off-street parking, yard. There is Wi-Fi in the apt., no TV. I offer my guests one free yoga session, or a collage workshop if you are interested (please set up a time and day before you arrive). Interaction with GuestsI live downstairs and, most of the time, will be available for any questions or information guests may have. House Rules and carry-in/take out menus are contained in a loose-leaf binder in the apartment. There are brochures of various area attractions on the bookcase in the living room. I teach one-on-one (or two) hour-long intro to yoga / meditation classes (first session free for guests). I also offer one free collage or vision board workshop --this takes 3 or 4 hours, so must be planned before you arrive. Please ask me for anything you need (cooking utensils not in the kitchen, for instance) while you're visiting. I am very accessible. The NeighborhoodYou can shop and sightsee in three states, since Port Jervis is located on the border of New York (Orange County), New Jersey (Sussex County) has no tax on clothing--there's a great TJ Maxx just over the border /low-cost gas for car (and you don't have to pump it yourself!) is located 5 minutes from the house), and Pennsylvania (Pike County). There are ski areas in all three states nearby , kayaking/canoeing/rafting on the Delaware in warm weather, a local public beach on the Delaware. Milford, PA--15 min. SW, has lovely shops, art galleries, restaurants, Gifford Pinchot estate (Grey Towers). In Port Jervis--stand on "Tri-States" rock in 3 states at once, lots of biking and hiking, river access, amazing scenery from "Point Peter" above the city, visit UpFront Art Gallery, and PJ's many antique shops. 20 minutes away is Kadampa Buddhist Center--an astonishing golden temple in the woods that holds Meditations for World Peace on Sunday mornings at 11:00am, open to the public. High Point Park and Monument (the highest point in NJ) is 4-miles up hill-in summer, swim in Lake Marcia, hike; in winter, cross-country ski / snow-shoe (they give lessons / rent equipment). So much to do in the Tri-States area!... There are brochures about the many local attractions on the living-room bookcase. Restaurant menus (take-out, delivery or eat out)in the "House Rules" binder. New York City is only 80 miles SE of Port Jervis--there are trains, buses, drive to PJ, or rent a car in PJ after you arrive. Getting AroundTo Port Jervis: NJ Transit Port Jervis Line takes you to center of town. It would make sense to rent a car while in Port Jervis, but the train or bus will take you to NYC in approx. 2 hours. I am glad to pick guests up if they arrive by train or bus and let me know their ETA--plus show them around the area-and if you want to rent a car, there's Enterprise or Avis in Port Jervis. If you like to walk, bike, hike--no car is necessary in Port Jervis. There is a bike rental place in Milford. If I'm not available to give you a ride or tour, there are taxis you can call. There are restaurants within walking distance--or you can order food to be delivered. Other Things to NoteI provide breakfast items such as bagels/muffins/fruit/milk/coffee, etc. for your first morning. Let me know if you prefer vegetarian or vegan choices, gluten free, etc. One free hour-long Intro toYoga & Meditation Class to my guests upon request. Let me know before you arrive to arrange time. Same holds true for one free Collage or Vision Board workshop. Port Jervis is known as a rich historical area--once the center of commerce for the entire Tri-States--flourishing railroad and D&H Canal (parts of which have been refurbished in town for biking or hiking). The old Erie railroad round house can still be seen (being renovated), and the vintage brick Erie railroad station has been utilized for shops (there's a great health-food store) and offices. All these sights are in easy walking distance from my house, along an old railroad path--take a right for downtown, left for the Delaware River Bridge to Pennsylvania. The Laurel Grove Cemetery is my favorite place to jog/walk--designed by the man who lost the bid on designing Central Park, it has winding paths along the river, and Tri-States rock (carved with lines delineating the actual borders of NY/NJ/PA) at "Carpenters Point". Bring home a photo of yourself standing in 3 states at one time (I'll take the photo for you, if you want me to).
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Excellent
2 reviews
2br cottage
    Very private 3+ acre property with two bedrooms, 1 bath and a 400 square foot Great Room. Wood covered walls, lots of windows, expensive leather furniture, unique art throughout, cable TV with ProLogic sound system, Wi-Fi. Two miles into town. There are many restaurants and stores and a brand new multiplex cinema. The town of Milford is eight miles South and is a magnificent historical destination. A complex of four canoe and raft and Kayak rental businesses are next door, but not visible from the home. A large deck with a BBQ grill fronts the entrance. My favorite place, but business keeps me away this year. This small cottage/cabin is too special to remain unoccupied and must be enjoyed by the right people. In the three state region of Pa., NY and NJ. On the Delaware River across from Edy's Farm, NY. Matamoras is the first town in the Poconos.
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    The SpaceThis house is my country art studio and home and was recently featured in The Milford Journal, The Sussex Journal and the Orange and Sullivan Journal. For a look go to: (URL HIDDEN) There are currently two bedrooms for rent on the second floor—one with a Queen-size bed and the other with a full-size (double) bed. The new and modern bathroom is just outside of both rooms. (The house has six bedrooms, but I’m still working on some of them!) Others may be available soon(URL HIDDEN)have one cat—PJ—who can be contained in his own suite, if necessary, but people with extreme allergies to cat hair should be forewarned! While I love dogs, I cannot accommodate them at this moment. This house sits back from the street across from the Dutch Reformed Church and is one of the largest properties on Main Street, having been a doctor’s home and office for most of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Ask me to show you the working speaker tube, which connects the outside of the house to the upstairs where the doctor slept! The house features four carved, fluted Ionic columns with a pediment holding an original nineteenth-century fan window. The foyer is round with a curved staircase and hand-chamfered curved mahogany doors. Guest AccessThe downstairs common areas consist of a The Round Foyer (Take a picture on the stairs!), a Music Room with a baby grand piano, a Living Room, a Media Room with some cable stations (not all), a large Dining Room and ample Kitchen, all of which you are welcome to enjoy. In the morning a complimentary light breakfast is available for you—juices, coffee, teas, cereals, yogurt, fruit in season, toast, bagels and/or muffins. You can use my fully-equipped kitchen, as necessary, if you want to cook your own provisions. There is a backyard with a summer fountain and small pond, a stone fence, gazebo and seating. The front porch is right out of “Gone with the Wind” and you are free to sit there if it is warm enough for you. It’s lovely to have a glass of wine out and watch night set in. Interaction with GuestsPeople tell me I’m friendly and I enjoy interaction if you do! There are times when I am busy and will be less available for conversation. There are always things to do in the area, and I will share what's going on with you if you wish(URL HIDDEN)binder in your room will acquaint you with things to do and include discount coupons for a nearby gift emporium. The NeighborhoodWhile I am located on a somewhat busy street--at least during the day-- my house is set back from the road and it is very quiet. It’s a walkable area—there’s a corner (limited selection) convenience store a block away, banking, a post office, two diners, pizza and Chinese eateries, a Carnegie Library, a bowling alley, a health food store in the old train station and drug stores all within two or three blocks. There are churches of all denominations, as well as a synagogue only few blocks away. Next door to my house is the Crane House (now a Law Office), where Stephen Crane wrote “Red Badge of Courage” and a block away is the park where he interviewed Civil War veterans for his book. Nearby we have the Tri-State rock, where you can stand in three states at once, Point Peter (a park high above the city with picnicking and great views), the Hawk’s Nest (a beautiful curvy drive that has spectacular views of the Delaware), Gillander Glass (where you can tour and see glass objects made), the Upfront Gallery, antique stores, High Point Park, Kadampa Temple (a Buddhist temple 20 minutes away), the Delaware Water Gap and its many trails and waterfalls, and lots of outdoor activities such as swimming, kayaking, tubing, biking, skiing, the historic town of Milford, Pa, and great shopping at The Phoenix on Route 209 in Dingman’s Ferry, open from April through December (10% discount for all of my guests with coupon left in your room). Restaurants in town are Len and Jo's, The Creamery (in season), The Erie Hotel, The PJ DIner and Roy's (Homer's)--the latter is a block away from the house. For ethnic dining, there is a good Mexican Restaurant just a bit out of town on Route 6 called El Patron. Turn right out of my driveway, go past the ramp for Route 84, and you're almost there! A gourmet place is Two Rivers Grill in Matamoras, PA, just past the bridge on the right. In Milford there is great food at the Bar Louis at the Fauchere Hotel. The Water Wheel, also in Milford, is good for lunch and light fare and the bar downstairs often has music. For fast food, we have a Burger King and Dunkin' Donuts in town and a McDonald's and Dairy Queen (think Blizzards!) just on the edge of town in Montague, New Jersey. Gas is always cheaper there than in New York, by the way, due to lower taxes. Getting AroundThere is a train from New York’s Penn Station (transfer at Secaucus Junction) that will take you to Port Jervis. (Quite a beautiful ride, but it isn't short--2-plus hours!) Once in Port Jervis, it’s four longish blocks to my house, which I do all the time. I’ve never used the local taxis, but plenty of my friends do. There is also a Coach Bus service, but you need to get picked up on the edge of town near Route 84 and it doesn’t seem that convenient to me. My house has plenty of off-street parking, so your best bet is to rent a car, which gives you the ability to explore the entire region. By car, I am located just minutes from Route 84, Exit 1. When you see the big church on your right, slow down. There is a median in the street that begins just before my house. At the first curb cut, turn left, straight into my driveway on the left side of the street. Watch out for oncoming traffic! Park on left alongside the house or the fence. Leave the back carriage house bays clear, so cars inside can get out, please. Other Things to NoteI have wireless internet and will give you the password upon arrival. There is a huge library that spills over into three rooms and you are welcome to read (not take with you!) any volume that interests you. I also subscribe to many magazines, so reading material is plentiful. Wineglasses, ice and bottle openers are available downstairs and may be used in your room or elsewhere in the house or grounds(URL HIDDEN)provide clean towels and have soap and shampoo for your use. Each room has a zoned dial on the radiator to control heat in the winter. There are window air conditioners in the summer months. If you need a box fan (for white noise), I can provide one. With advance warning for a fee, I may even be able to give you an art lesson--painting, collage or clay! Just let me know of your interest.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpacePeace and Tranquility in an Idyllic Setting Guest AccessMill Rift Beach and 1000s of Acres for Hiking and Meditation. Interaction with GuestsYou are on your own, but we are right next door and always available if you need anything. Getting AroundYou'll probably need a car to get here, but there's also a train or a Bus to Port Jervis, NY and then you'd need to take a cab to the cabin. Busses also stop at Milford and Matamoras, PA.
    hotel
    109br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Situated on a river, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Fort Decker Museum of History and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tri-States Rock and Witness Monument. The Columns Museum and The Upper Mill are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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    98br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Fort Decker Museum of History and within 6 mi (10 km) of Tri-States Rock and Witness Monument. The Columns Museum and The Upper Mill are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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    172 reviews
    103br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Situated in Port Jervis, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Tri-States Rock and 2.5 mi (4 km) from Witness Monument. Fort Decker Museum of History and The Columns Museum are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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    The SpaceYour private cottage sits on a beautiful 600-acre private estate just 70 miles from NYC, but deep in the scenic heart of the Hudson Valley. With views overlooking tree-lined lakes, rolling green hills and stunning mountains, Cedar Lakes Estate's pastoral charm and inspiring landscapes offer a wonderful blend of rustic elegance in a natural setting.  The grounds were once a summer camp from 1920 until the early 2000's, and has since been restored and rebranded, to be one of the leading wedding and event venues in the greater NY area. We invite you to venture outside your cottage and explore the grounds at your leisure (we just ask that you don't enter any buildings besides your cottage and the office.) We hope you enjoy our twin cedar lakes…walk around them, swim in them, fish near them, and row on them in one of our complimentary rowboats. Or head to the pool for a dip or to relax on our pillow top lounge chairs on the blue stone patio overlooking the lake. If you decide to leave your private slice of heaven, the surrounding Hudson Valley area is exploding with awesome restaurants, farms, breweries, wineries, orchards, distilleries, antique stores and artisan shops on every corner. There are also beautifully scenic drives, hikes, golf, white water rafting, and tons of other outdoor activities nearby. We will send you an extensive guest guide upon booking that will set you up for an unforgettable stay uncovering the splendor of the region. Guest AccessThe Grounds The property is 600-acres in total, so you have some serious exploring to do. Feel free to wander around at your leisure; we just ask that you don’t enter any buildings besides your cottage and the office. Since we used to be a summer camp, you will also see that we have a “Blob,” a ropes course and ziplines. For your safety, please do not use any of these without Cedar Lakes staff present. If you’d like to arrange usage, give us a call and we’re happy to hook it up! The Lake We hope you enjoy our twin cedar lakes…walk around them, swim in them, and row on them. The red color of the water is from the cedar trees lining the river that feeds the lake. Rowboats for your use are located on the dock near the Lakeside Cottage. They are to be shared by all cottage guests so play nice. Fishing is catch and release and does not require a license. The lakes are chock-full of Large Mouth Bass, Crappie, Blue Gill, Perch and Sunfish. Swimming is permitted anywhere on either of the lakes, but the best spot is the beachfront area on the upper lake. There is not a lifeguard on duty, so please enjoy the lake safely or “swim at your own risk” as they say. The Pool If swimming with the fishes isn’t your thing, head to the pool where you can see your toes. Pssst…keep in mind, the pool is a shared space and overnight guests stay in the Poolside Cabana, so please be courteous and respectful to other guests and only use the pool during reasonable daytime hours. *Please use the beach towels provided for swimming (not the white shower towels.) Interaction with GuestsWe are new listing! Please check Yelp for reviews: (URL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodRESTAURANTS We take food very seriously. Unfortunately, the immediate area isn’t the best when it comes to restaurants, so we urge you to look a little further for a great meal. The Hudson Valley has some of the best restaurants you can find, but due to the vast rural landscape, you have to venture a little further for the best of the best. Below are restaurants in order of proximity to Cedar Lakes Estate. The ones with a * are our personal favorites. Elias Cole Country home cooking by little old ladies - best for breakfast. 1176 State Rte. 23, Sussex, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min El Patron Mexican Restaurant A solid meal if you’re in the mood for Mexican food. 104 US-6, Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Erie Hotel If you’re craving a burger and beer in a bar setting, this is your place. 1 Jersey Ave, Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Two Rivers Grille Casual and relaxed dining room with American fare. 611 Pennsylvania Ave, Matamoras, PA | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Bottoms Up Restaurant and Pub All the locals’ favorite place. Big portions and friendly faces. 1965 NY-284, Slate Hill, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Hotel Fauchere Relais & Chateaux restaurant and Inn. Very good wine and food. 401 Broad Street, Milford, PA | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Quaker Creek Store Polish deli in the heart of serious Black Dirt farmland. Everything is homemade and delicious including all of their smoked meats, pierogies, and sausages. Open for lunch only. 767 Pulaski Hwy, Goshen, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Nina’s Always voted best restaurant in the area. 27 W Main Street, Middletown, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Glenmere Mansion Deep in the rolling farmlands of the lower-Hudson Valley sits a magnificent 150-acre estate crowned with a spectacular hilltop mansion. Very fancy and very fabulous 634 Pine Hill Road, Chester, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *The Hop Inventive bar food and great craft beer selection. Hipster and delicious. 554 Main St, Beacon, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Roundhouse at Beacon Located in one of Beacon’s most beautiful, and historical buildings. 2 East Main Street, Beacon, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min **The Heron Although this is the furthest restaurant, it is our favorite. The ride up is lovely in itself, as you follow along Hawk's Nest Road - one of the most scenic and famous roads in the country. The restaurant is small and casual, owned by a husband and wife duo who are both CIA graduates. The food is phenomenal. 40 Main St., Narrowsburg NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min DISTILLERIES, BREWERIES & WINERIES Westtown Brew Works A true Farm Brewery, handcrafting small batch beer brewed with their own hops and other ingredients grown by their farming neighbors. Tasting room open on the weekends featuring food trucks and music. 236 Schefflers Rd, Westtown NY | 15 min *Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery Located in the foothills of the Hudson Valley, between Mt. Eve and Mt. Adam, this winery is always a blast. They have a cafe, a store, a restaurant, live music, apple picking and wine tasting. A must see! 114 Little York Road, Warwick, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Black Dirt Distillery Enjoy a tasting of Black Dirt Bourbon and Black Apple Jack in the tasting room of the Warwick Valley Winery. ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Demarest Hill Winery 50 different wines by a master vintner who learned winemaking in Italy 81 Pine Island Tpke, Warwick, NY | (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Newburgh Brewing Company This brewing company honors the natural goodness of ingredients which shines through in every sip as simple and honest flavors. 88 South Colden St, Newburgh, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Brotherhood Winery America’s oldest winery 100 Brotherhood Plaza Dr., Washingtonville, NY ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Tuthilltown Spirits New York’s first whiskey distillery since prohibition located right here in the Hudson Valley. Incredible daily tours and tastings. 14 Grist Mill Lane, Gardiner, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min LOCAL FARMS Orange County is known for our farmland. The “Black Dirt Region” gets its name from its dark, incredibly fertile soil left by an ancient glacial lake that once covered this region. Because of the special soil, the produce grown here is remarkable - especially corn, onions, potatoes and lettuce. Finding Home Farms Maple Syrup Family-run sugar shack, where they actually use the sugar maples on the grounds of Cedar Lakes Estate to make the syrup! Tours are by appointment only. Greenville, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Freedom Hill Farm A small dairy farm now selling raw milk, yogurt, and kefir all made from the milk produced on their small farm. 115 Grange Road, Otisville, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Soon’s Orchard Enjoy fresh-picked apples, real apple cider, homemade pies, donuts, and fudge. You’ll also find a local hard cider tasting room featuring local spirits. 23 Soons Circle, New Hampton, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min 5-Spoke Creamery Bring your bike and enjoy the picturesque farm, which makes some of the best artisanal cheeses in the country. 1089 Pulaski Highway, Goshen, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Blooming Hill Farm Old-fashioned family values give the farm an atmosphere of warmth and welcome. Enjoy a farmer’s market daily and an adorable cafe that serves brunch on the weekends. 1251 NY-208, Blooming Grove, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min OTHER THINGS TO DO (BESIDES EATING AND DRINKING) Highpoint State Park Highpoint S.P. is only a few miles away and offers hiking, mountain biking trails, swimming, and fishing. In the winter they have exceptional cross-country skiing. Don’t miss the great view from Highpoint Monument. Town of Port Jervis Port Jervis has a growing arts community - home to some great antique shops and art galleries downtown on Front Street. Town of Milford Milford is a great little town jam-packed with a historic downtown, renowned antique stores, and artisan boutiques. D&H Corridor Trail The historic D&H canal connected the Delaware and Hudson rivers and was an important economic driver in the region beginning in the early 1800s. The Minisink Valley Historical Society runs the Fort Decker Museum of History tour. 125-133 West Main Street, Port Jervis, NY Canoeing The Delaware River is great for canoeing, kayaking or rafting. Silver Canoe provides rentals and transportation. 37 South Maple Ave., Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Fishing The upper Delaware is renowned for fishing. Reel ‘em In Guide Service offers driftboat fishing trips on the river. 13 Fall St., Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The Spa at Glenmere By far the most incredible spa in the area. Treat yourself! 634 Pine Hill Road, Chester, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) ADDITIONAL TOWNS TO EXPLORE & VISIT IN THE HUDSON VALLEY We recommend you explore the streets and shops of the following artisan towns, as these are a wonderful representation of what the Hudson Valley has to offer: Milford (PA) Hudson Phoenicia Rhinebeck Warwick New Paltz Kingston Beacon Cold Spring Peekskill GOLF COURSES High Point Golf Club Beautiful 18-Hole Course. The most popular in the area. 342 Shore Dr., Montague, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Green Ridge Golf Club Open year-round (unless there’s snow). Very quiet, secluded and affordable. 204 Gregory Road , Johnson, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Cliff Park Inn & Golf Course 9-Hole Course with a hiking trail to a spectacular vista. 155 Cliff Park Rd., Milford, PA | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Hidden Acres Golf Course Family-owned, very private (hence, hidden), and very challenging. Unlimited golf for a daily flat fee. 14 Ayers Road, Hainesville, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The Lynx Designed by one of the greatest American Golf Architects. 525 Glenwood Rd. , Pine Island, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) DAY TRIPS Delaware Water Gap Fishing, hiking, biking, swimming, waterfalls, and scenic drives. (URL HIDDEN) for more information Crystal Springs Resort + Mountain Creek Ski Slopes Skiing, golf course, spas, restaurants, waterpark and bike park. 200 McAfee Vernon Rd., Vernon, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Woodbury Common Premium Outlets If you’re in the mood for a day of shopping, the outlets cannot be beat. 498 Red Apple Court, Central Valley, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Sugar Loaf Art & Craft Village 60 artists studios, craft shops, galleries and restaurants, all located in the original barns and buildings dating back to the 1700s & 1800s. Monhonk Mountain Ideal for a Hudson Valley day trip to enjoy hikes with spectacular views. 1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Bethel Woods is a non-profit cultural organization located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival. Check their calendar for concerts. 200 Hurd Road, Bethel, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Hyde Park, NY Tours of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Historic Site and a Vanderbilt mansion, both run by the NPS. Or tour the beautiful Culinary Institute of America and eat at one of their renowned restaurants. Orange County Tourism Office The Orange County Tourism Office publishes an excellent visitor’s guide with a comprehensive list of activities in the area (URL HIDDEN)
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    • Swimming Pool
    The SpaceYour private cottage sits on a beautiful 600-acre private estate just 70 miles from NYC, but deep in the scenic heart of the Hudson Valley. With views overlooking tree-lined lakes, rolling green hills and stunning mountains, Cedar Lakes Estate's pastoral charm and inspiring landscapes offer a wonderful blend of rustic elegance in a natural setting.  The grounds were once a summer camp from 1920 until the early 2000's, and has since been restored and rebranded, to be one of the leading wedding and event venues in the greater NY area. We invite you to venture outside your cottage and explore the grounds at your leisure (we just ask that you don't enter any buildings besides your cottage and the office.) We hope you enjoy our twin cedar lakes…walk around them, swim in them, fish near them, and row on them in one of our complimentary rowboats. Or head to the pool for a dip or to relax on our pillow top lounge chairs on the blue stone patio overlooking the lake. If you decide to leave your private slice of heaven, the surrounding Hudson Valley area is exploding with awesome restaurants, farms, breweries, wineries, orchards, distilleries, antique stores and artisan shops on every corner. There are also beautifully scenic drives, hikes, golf, white water rafting, and tons of other outdoor activities nearby. We will send you an extensive guest guide upon booking that will set you up for an unforgettable stay uncovering the splendor of the region. Guest AccessThe Grounds The property is 600-acres in total, so you have some serious exploring to do. Feel free to wander around at your leisure; we just ask that you don’t enter any buildings besides your cottage and the office. Since we used to be a summer camp, you will also see that we have a “Blob,” a ropes course and ziplines. For your safety, please do not use any of these without Cedar Lakes staff present. If you’d like to arrange usage, give us a call and we’re happy to hook it up! The Lake We hope you enjoy our twin cedar lakes…walk around them, swim in them, and row on them. The red color of the water is from the cedar trees lining the river that feeds the lake. Rowboats for your use are located on the dock near the Lakeside Cottage. They are to be shared by all cottage guests so play nice. Fishing is catch and release and does not require a license. The lakes are chock-full of Large Mouth Bass, Crappie, Blue Gill, Perch and Sunfish. Swimming is permitted anywhere on either of the lakes, but the best spot is the beachfront area on the upper lake. There is not a lifeguard on duty, so please enjoy the lake safely or “swim at your own risk” as they say. The Pool If swimming with the fishes isn’t your thing, head to the pool where you can see your toes. Pssst…keep in mind, the pool is a shared space and overnight guests stay in the Poolside Cabana, so please be courteous and respectful to other guests and only use the pool during reasonable daytime hours. *Please use the beach towels provided for swimming (not the white shower towels.) Interaction with GuestsWe are new listing! Please check Yelp for reviews: (URL HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodRESTAURANTS We take food very seriously. Unfortunately, the immediate area isn’t the best when it comes to restaurants, so we urge you to look a little further for a great meal. The Hudson Valley has some of the best restaurants you can find, but due to the vast rural landscape, you have to venture a little further for the best of the best. Below are restaurants in order of proximity to Cedar Lakes Estate. The ones with a * are our personal favorites. Elias Cole Country home cooking by little old ladies - best for breakfast. 1176 State Rte. 23, Sussex, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min El Patron Mexican Restaurant A solid meal if you’re in the mood for Mexican food. 104 US-6, Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Erie Hotel If you’re craving a burger and beer in a bar setting, this is your place. 1 Jersey Ave, Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Two Rivers Grille Casual and relaxed dining room with American fare. 611 Pennsylvania Ave, Matamoras, PA | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Bottoms Up Restaurant and Pub All the locals’ favorite place. Big portions and friendly faces. 1965 NY-284, Slate Hill, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Hotel Fauchere Relais & Chateaux restaurant and Inn. Very good wine and food. 401 Broad Street, Milford, PA | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Quaker Creek Store Polish deli in the heart of serious Black Dirt farmland. Everything is homemade and delicious including all of their smoked meats, pierogies, and sausages. Open for lunch only. 767 Pulaski Hwy, Goshen, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Nina’s Always voted best restaurant in the area. 27 W Main Street, Middletown, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Glenmere Mansion Deep in the rolling farmlands of the lower-Hudson Valley sits a magnificent 150-acre estate crowned with a spectacular hilltop mansion. Very fancy and very fabulous 634 Pine Hill Road, Chester, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *The Hop Inventive bar food and great craft beer selection. Hipster and delicious. 554 Main St, Beacon, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Roundhouse at Beacon Located in one of Beacon’s most beautiful, and historical buildings. 2 East Main Street, Beacon, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min **The Heron Although this is the furthest restaurant, it is our favorite. The ride up is lovely in itself, as you follow along Hawk's Nest Road - one of the most scenic and famous roads in the country. The restaurant is small and casual, owned by a husband and wife duo who are both CIA graduates. The food is phenomenal. 40 Main St., Narrowsburg NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min DISTILLERIES, BREWERIES & WINERIES Westtown Brew Works A true Farm Brewery, handcrafting small batch beer brewed with their own hops and other ingredients grown by their farming neighbors. Tasting room open on the weekends featuring food trucks and music. 236 Schefflers Rd, Westtown NY | 15 min *Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery Located in the foothills of the Hudson Valley, between Mt. Eve and Mt. Adam, this winery is always a blast. They have a cafe, a store, a restaurant, live music, apple picking and wine tasting. A must see! 114 Little York Road, Warwick, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Black Dirt Distillery Enjoy a tasting of Black Dirt Bourbon and Black Apple Jack in the tasting room of the Warwick Valley Winery. ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Demarest Hill Winery 50 different wines by a master vintner who learned winemaking in Italy 81 Pine Island Tpke, Warwick, NY | (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Newburgh Brewing Company This brewing company honors the natural goodness of ingredients which shines through in every sip as simple and honest flavors. 88 South Colden St, Newburgh, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Brotherhood Winery America’s oldest winery 100 Brotherhood Plaza Dr., Washingtonville, NY ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Tuthilltown Spirits New York’s first whiskey distillery since prohibition located right here in the Hudson Valley. Incredible daily tours and tastings. 14 Grist Mill Lane, Gardiner, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min LOCAL FARMS Orange County is known for our farmland. The “Black Dirt Region” gets its name from its dark, incredibly fertile soil left by an ancient glacial lake that once covered this region. Because of the special soil, the produce grown here is remarkable - especially corn, onions, potatoes and lettuce. Finding Home Farms Maple Syrup Family-run sugar shack, where they actually use the sugar maples on the grounds of Cedar Lakes Estate to make the syrup! Tours are by appointment only. Greenville, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min Freedom Hill Farm A small dairy farm now selling raw milk, yogurt, and kefir all made from the milk produced on their small farm. 115 Grange Road, Otisville, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Soon’s Orchard Enjoy fresh-picked apples, real apple cider, homemade pies, donuts, and fudge. You’ll also find a local hard cider tasting room featuring local spirits. 23 Soons Circle, New Hampton, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min 5-Spoke Creamery Bring your bike and enjoy the picturesque farm, which makes some of the best artisanal cheeses in the country. 1089 Pulaski Highway, Goshen, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min *Blooming Hill Farm Old-fashioned family values give the farm an atmosphere of warmth and welcome. Enjoy a farmer’s market daily and an adorable cafe that serves brunch on the weekends. 1251 NY-208, Blooming Grove, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) min OTHER THINGS TO DO (BESIDES EATING AND DRINKING) Highpoint State Park Highpoint S.P. is only a few miles away and offers hiking, mountain biking trails, swimming, and fishing. In the winter they have exceptional cross-country skiing. Don’t miss the great view from Highpoint Monument. Town of Port Jervis Port Jervis has a growing arts community - home to some great antique shops and art galleries downtown on Front Street. Town of Milford Milford is a great little town jam-packed with a historic downtown, renowned antique stores, and artisan boutiques. D&H Corridor Trail The historic D&H canal connected the Delaware and Hudson rivers and was an important economic driver in the region beginning in the early 1800s. The Minisink Valley Historical Society runs the Fort Decker Museum of History tour. 125-133 West Main Street, Port Jervis, NY Canoeing The Delaware River is great for canoeing, kayaking or rafting. Silver Canoe provides rentals and transportation. 37 South Maple Ave., Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Fishing The upper Delaware is renowned for fishing. Reel ‘em In Guide Service offers driftboat fishing trips on the river. 13 Fall St., Port Jervis, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The Spa at Glenmere By far the most incredible spa in the area. Treat yourself! 634 Pine Hill Road, Chester, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) ADDITIONAL TOWNS TO EXPLORE & VISIT IN THE HUDSON VALLEY We recommend you explore the streets and shops of the following artisan towns, as these are a wonderful representation of what the Hudson Valley has to offer: Milford (PA) Hudson Phoenicia Rhinebeck Warwick New Paltz Kingston Beacon Cold Spring Peekskill GOLF COURSES High Point Golf Club Beautiful 18-Hole Course. The most popular in the area. 342 Shore Dr., Montague, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Green Ridge Golf Club Open year-round (unless there’s snow). Very quiet, secluded and affordable. 204 Gregory Road , Johnson, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Cliff Park Inn & Golf Course 9-Hole Course with a hiking trail to a spectacular vista. 155 Cliff Park Rd., Milford, PA | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Hidden Acres Golf Course Family-owned, very private (hence, hidden), and very challenging. Unlimited golf for a daily flat fee. 14 Ayers Road, Hainesville, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The Lynx Designed by one of the greatest American Golf Architects. 525 Glenwood Rd. , Pine Island, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) DAY TRIPS Delaware Water Gap Fishing, hiking, biking, swimming, waterfalls, and scenic drives. (URL HIDDEN) for more information Crystal Springs Resort + Mountain Creek Ski Slopes Skiing, golf course, spas, restaurants, waterpark and bike park. 200 McAfee Vernon Rd., Vernon, NJ | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Woodbury Common Premium Outlets If you’re in the mood for a day of shopping, the outlets cannot be beat. 498 Red Apple Court, Central Valley, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Sugar Loaf Art & Craft Village 60 artists studios, craft shops, galleries and restaurants, all located in the original barns and buildings dating back to the 1700s & 1800s. Monhonk Mountain Ideal for a Hudson Valley day trip to enjoy hikes with spectacular views. 1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Bethel Woods is a non-profit cultural organization located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival. Check their calendar for concerts. 200 Hurd Road, Bethel, NY | ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Hyde Park, NY Tours of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Historic Site and a Vanderbilt mansion, both run by the NPS. Or tour the beautiful Culinary Institute of America and eat at one of their renowned restaurants. Orange County Tourism Office The Orange County Tourism Office publishes an excellent visitor’s guide with a comprehensive list of activities in the area (URL HIDDEN)
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    The SpaceGet Lost Cabin is an oasis from the city, surrounded by 10 acres of woods and wildlife. You can enjoy breath taking mountain views of Pennsylvania and New Jersey from the back yard while sitting around outdoor fire pit or sipping a glass of wine while lounging on one of 3 decks. The main deck or 2 private decks on the upper level. The Get Lost Cabin has a gourmet eat in kitchen, 2 story great room with exposed logs and a wood burning stove, 1st floor master suite and dinning room. The second floor has 2 very large bedrooms with private decks and a shared bathroom. There is TV/DVD and WiFi. Outside on the main deck is a gas BBQ and a new hot tub. Guest AccessEntire home. Interaction with GuestsWe are just a phone call away. The NeighborhoodDuring the summer there is world class fly fishing in the Delaware and Mongaup Rivers. There is also hiking, kayaking, white water rafting, tubing, and zip lining. Cycling over Hawk's Nest is one of the most beautiful views of the Delaware River that you will ever see. During the winter venture out for some x-country skiing at High Point State Park, downhill skiing at Big Bear Mountain, Tanglewood or Shawnee Mountain. Tubing, boarding and snowmobiling are all near by. Milford PA is a short 20 minutes away with fine restaurants, galleries, and shops. You can also head over to Monticello Race Track and Casino or Mount Airy Casino Resort, both under an hour away. If relaxing is what you are in need of the Kadampa Meditation Center just 5 minutes away.
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    Excellent
    20 reviews
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    The SpaceRight by the Delaware River, this cabin is a beautiful place to watch the seasons change. The interior is newly renovated, complete with wood stove, a gas stove in the kitchen, a full bath, and hardwood floors. Trail heads and fishing spots are within walking distance and nearby Milford, PA is peppered with antique stores, cafes, art galleries, and a Sunday Farmer's Market. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house aside from a storage room off the living room. Interaction with GuestsFeel free to contact me with any questions or concerns during your stay. Getting AroundFor train access, take the NJT from Penn station to Port Jervis Station (10 minute drive from the cottage) Other Things to Note-The house water supply is drawn directly from the stream. It is recommended that guests bring their own drinking water. -Verizon cell service is strong, other providers are spotty but the WiFi connection is very good.
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    2br Cottage
      Very private 3+ acre property with two bedrooms, 1 bath and a 400 square foot Great Room. Wood covered walls, lots of windows, expensive leather furniture, unique art throughout, cable TV with ProLogic sound system, Wi-Fi. Two miles into town. There are many restaurants and stores and a brand new multiplex cinema. The town of Milford is eight miles South and is a magnificent historical destination. A complex of four canoe and raft and Kayak rental businesses are next door, but not visible from the home. A large deck with a BBQ grill fronts the entrance. My favorite place, but business keeps me away this year. This small cottage/cabin is too special to remain unoccupied and must be enjoyed by the right people.
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      Indoor bathroom / shower / kitchen, etc... Camp out or stay indoors in comfy areas Semi-stocked kitchen Ez trip on train, or lotsa parking available Fishing Swimming Boat on River Hiking trails Golf Club 2 miles away Chill on ~ 4 acres Christmas Tree Farmette
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      Private river - fishing, swimming, outdoor cooking pit, trails, CABIN or CAMPER access/kitchen/ bathroom / shower/ sleeping if desired/ etc. BOAT available , bring TUBE / RAFT / kayak , and float or row the river . Additional pictures available - just specify what u want to see !!!!
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      The SpaceGorgeous property Guest AccessRiver, cabin, great kitchen, full bathroom, camping areas, outdoor fireplaces / cooking Getting AroundPlenty of local eateries, golf, fish, gun range, antiques, shopping, grocery stores nearby...
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      The SpaceThe nicest camping u will ever do- winter , spring , summer , or fall....all u have to do is call. And I'll be right there,,,,,,,,,,you've got a FRIEND ! Guest AccessWhat's mine is yours... Other Things to NoteEz to grocery store or to train from NYC
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      My place is close to great views , the PRIVATE RIVER, NATURE, Antique Shoppes. You’ll love my place because of the views and the outdoors space. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
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      Led Zeppelin... Come see the beautiful fall colors, hang by the river, bbq, or lots of great places close by !!! Hawks Nest ! My place is close to Private River...great views. You’ll love my place because of the people, the views, the ambiance, the location, and the outdoors space...RELAXING RIVER, BOATING, FISHING, SWIMMING, ETC.... My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
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      My place is close to great views......RIGHT ON THE RIVER, with huge property, trails, fishing, swimming, sunbathing, etc. . You’ll love my place because of the location, the outdoors space, the views, and the ambiance...RELAX AND ENJOY. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
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      Our home is conveniently located close to Supermarkets, Churches, Restaurants and Dining, with great views, and family-friendly activities. 10 minutes to Matamoras PA. 20 minutes to Monticello Raceway, and 1/2 to Middletown shopping malls. Metro North within minutes to take you to NYC. You’ll love our home because of the comfy beds, the neighborhood, the coziness, and the light. Our home is suitable for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with or without kids).
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      My place is close to RAFTING, FISHING, SUNBATHING - with private River - boat avail or bring a raft..., great views, family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of Peace and quiet on 4 acres ..., the views, the location, the people, the ambiance, the outdoors space. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
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      My place is close to EVERYTHING, YET SECLUDED AND PEACEFUL...also , the beach - private River..., great views, family-friendly activities, art and culture... Catch your trout and cook for dinner !. You’ll love my place because of the location- ez to get to, the views, the ambiance, the people, the outdoors space- simply AMAZING !. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.
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      My place is close to Golf, antique shoppes, NYC, , great views, family-friendly activities, River, etc, etc....You’ll love my place because of the views, the location, the people, the ambiance, and the outdoors space...secluded- yet close to ALL. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets). Antique shopping for part of the group, GOLF for others...then come back for swimming, fishing, bonfire, outdoor cooking etc
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      My place immersed in great views, river with fishing or beach, Great outdoor cooking & dining. You’ll love my place because of the ambiance, the views, the people, the location, and the outdoors space. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
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      The SpaceThe entire upper level of the house is yours to privately enjoy - big kitchen, living room with woodstove, three bedrooms, two full baths, study area. The Sparrow's Suite is freshly redecorated and renovated for more beauty and spaciousness, lace curtains and newly purchased queen bed. The master bathroom is connected to this bedroom for full privacy. Two smaller bedrooms - the Bluebird room and the Chickadee room are for your extra quests, family members, friends. Guest AccessYou will have full, private access to a large beautiful fully stocked kitchen, 2 full baths, a large dining room, living room and a lovely study area with windows looking out into the forest. There are two additional bedrooms and a full bathroom available on the floor for families or friends. (Extra fees for guests after 2.) The front porch holds inviting chairs, papasan and umbrella table to enjoy refreshments or meals on fresh mornings, or under the stars by candlelight. The wine rack is stacked with bottles to choose. The yard and outdoor environment is yours to enjoy. There's a new chiminea for a small campfire in the backyard. And while you're at it, try a game of horseshoes! Interaction with GuestsThe Sparrow's Nest does not a share space as I prefer to host one booking at a time. We (my family lives near by) may or may not be present upon arrival. I do work full-time and attend school on Saturdays. However, I am accessible anytime by texting. I stay in the lower level of the house and have my own entry door and will respect your desire for privacy and need for a get-away. I am sociable, however, and would love to hear your story. The NeighborhoodThe Sparrow's Nest is a stone's throw from Route 42, close to rivers and trails and towns, but as soon as you pull of 42, you are enveloped in trees. My driveway entrance is about a 1/2 mile up the road. Neighbors are spread nicely apart. I have an acre and a half of property. You will literally feel you are flying away into a haven as you pull in the driveway. Getting AroundWe live eight minutes from Port Jervis, a quaint little town ((URL HIDDEN) that is the last stop of the Metro North Railroad. Park your car at the station and take the train for an excursion into the city. Monticello is about 21 minutes away. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (and concerts!) is 36 minutes away. There are nearby wineries and breweries to explore, ski resorts, state parks, trails, bike trails, canoeing and rafting outlets to float down the Delaware. Car rentals are available for travelers from the Metro area using the train. Other Things to NoteIf you are looking for quiet and seclusion, this is the place to be. Guests are surprised at the beauty of the rooms and generosity of the space. I make a hot breakfast everyday for guests - even for vegans! (if not a cooked breakfast, it's a full breakfast.) The nearby village of Port Jervis offers restaurants and entertainment, as well as outdoor recreation. See (URL HIDDEN) I do have wi-fi, and texting works fine, but cell phone calls are iffy due to mountain reception. You can use the landline available here. Although we do not have cable/commercial TV, we offer dvd entertainment for our guests.
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      Private 100 meters River access w fishing, swimming, boating or rafts...hiking trails, outdoor lounging w firepit, +++ Great for 1-2-3-4 ppl. Special rates for large groups. Contact us for more details... Cabin, camper, tent areas available too. Close to antiques shoppes, golf, great lil town w cute restaurants, shopping, grocery stores, etc Excellent getaway from NYC w train or bus to downtown and quick cab ride - or ample private parking on-site. Private River property. 300' private river access
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      Private 100 meters River access w fishing, swimming, boating or rafts...hiking trails, outdoor lounging w firepit, +++ Great for 1-2-3-4 ppl. Special rates for large groups. Contact us for more details... Cabin, camper, tent areas available too. Close to antiques shoppes, golf, great lil town w cute restaurants, shopping, grocery stores, etc Excellent getaway from NYC w train or bus to downtown and quick cab ride - or ample private parking on-site.
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      My place is close to Nature...immersed in the great outdoors! Also~art and culture, great views, restaurants/dining, the river, family-friendly activities...hiking, camping, GOLF, TUBE DOWN THE DELEWARE, APPALAICHAIN TRAIL...or chill on our huge property w 420 feet of private River access. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space/location, ambiance, the views, the people+the freedom- My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, families/ kids, big groups, dog friendly
      Inn
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        Days Inn Port Jervis is conveniently located in the popular Port Jervis area. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. All the necessary facilities, including free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, family room, are at hand. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as fitness center, outdoor pool. Discover all Port Jervis (NY) has to offer by making Days Inn Port Jervis your base.
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          Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing is conveniently located in the popular Matamoras area. The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. All the necessary facilities, including facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, room service, meeting facilities, are at hand. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find air conditioning, heating, desk, telephone, satellite/cable TV. Access to the hotel's fitness center will further enhance your satisfying stay. Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing is an excellent choice from which to explore Matamoras (PA) or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
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            Located in Matamoras, Best Western Inn at Hunts Landing is a perfect starting point from which to explore Matamoras (PA). Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, meeting facilities are readily available for you to enjoy. Internet access – wireless, air conditioning, wake-up service, desk, alarm clock can be found in selected guestrooms. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including indoor pool. Convenience and comfort makes Best Western Inn at Hunts Landing the perfect choice for your stay in Matamoras (PA).
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            The SpaceExcellent location in downtown area close to park, river, restaurants and shopping areas. Beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Guest AccessAccess to the kitchen and its appliances. Wifi is also available. Interaction with GuestsOnce guests are settled in they are left to experience the space and the city on their own. I will be available for questions and general support. The NeighborhoodSmall town feel residents are friendly. People are always willing to share the history of the town and provide assistance when asked. Getting AroundNew Jersey transit it literally across from the loft. Shopping in New Jersey and Pennsylvania in available 10 minutes away by car.