Sundown, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Sundown

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4 reviews
1br 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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3br house
    Located on a quiet country lane in the Catskill Park, this house is a perfect getaway, just two hours north from the GW bridge. Our beautiful, newly renovated, modern country house features an open floor plan on the first floor with a fully stocked cook's kitchen and bar counter, 12 person expandable dining table, a sitting area and a full bath just off the kitchen. The main room has 3 skylights and 2 french doors that provide plenty of light even on rainy days. The second floor has a half bath, master bedroom with a king size bed and en suite bathroom with spa shower, a bedroom with a queen size bed, and a third bedroom with a toddler bed and twin size bed with trundle that converts to a king size bed. There is a pool table and foosball table in the unfinished garage and an upright piano and cabinet full of board games in the main room. Wireless internet is available if you want to stay connected but when you arrive you will just want to sit back, relax and enjoy the quiet wonder of it all. Outside is a large deck and an above ground pool (does it really matter if it's above ground - it's a pool!). The deck box houses all sorts of outdoor games including badminton and volleyball. There is also an outdoor woodburning fireplace - great way to stay warm in the evenings while marveling at the gazillion stars in the sky. Don't forget the hot chocolate and smores! Beyond the deck is a large open field on two acres populated with century old apple trees and swing sets for kids and adults. Holiday weekends require three night stay and subject to Holiday rates including: New Year's, Martin Luther King, President's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Rental Agreement and Reservation Deposit due within 3 days of booking. Located on a quiet county lane in the Catskill Park, this house is a perfect getaway, just two hours north from the GW bridge. The house is close to year round activities including hiking trails at Sam's Point Preserve (20 mins), Minnewaska State Park (20 mins), or Mohonk Mountain Preserve (25 mins). Many of the trails are old carriage trails so it is great for hiking with kids. Horseback riding is available year round. The Shawungunk Wine Trail includes 12 vineyards and wineries of the Hudson Valley and is just 20 mins away www.shawangunkwinetrail.com. Amazing culinary experiences in Kerhonkson, Rosendale and Stoneridge are about 20 minutes away. A varity of winter activities are close by including cross country ski trails, ice climbing and skiing in Belleayre, Hunter and Windham are about 45 mins away. In the summer, lounge poolside all day, enjoy a leisurely stroll around the property, or enjoy one of the many hiking trails or Parks/Preserves including Sam's Point Preserve (20 mins), Minnewaska State Park (20 mins), Mohonk Mountain Preserve (25 mins). Many of the trails are old carriage trails so great for hiking with kids. One hour from Woodbury for outlet shopping and 45 minutes to Middletown or Kingston for malls.
    Hotel
    2br 2.5-star Hotel
    • Breakfast
    Property Location Located in Claryville, Blue Horizon Bed and Breakfast is in a rural location and within the region of Red Hill Fire Tower and Giant Ledge Trailhead. This bed breakfast is within the region of Neversink Dam and Mongaup Pond State Park.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the guestrooms featuring DVD players. Relax and take in garden views from the privacy of your room. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have hair dryers and bathrobes.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Enjoy recreation amenities such as a spa tub or take in the view from a garden. Additional amenities include an arcade/game room, a fireplace in the lobby, and barbecue grills.Dining A complimentary evening social is served for your convenience. A complimentary continental breakfast is included.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include laundry facilities and a media library.
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    3br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceA charming home nestled at the bottom of a valley between two mountains next to a river. Awaken to the sight of mountains and trees outside. Enjoy breakfast while gazing at the river from the sunroom. Then go play in the water with the kids and your dog. Fall is the most picturesque time to be in the Catskills. Go for a hike in the forest and enjoy the colors. It's foliage season and the colors of the leaves are breathtaking. Ponds and rivers and reservoirs all around. Fly-fishing and country fairs and antique sales. Pick your own fruits and milk cows. At night come home to a clean, comfortable house and cook up a big family dinner and for dessert roast marshmallows on the fire pit. You can see all the stars on a clear night with the telescope. Or hang out in the living room and play a board game or watch a movie with the projector. There are tons of books and movies and games and puzzles in the house. Guest Accessyour own river! Interaction with GuestsWe'll talk by phone before your trip and go over everything. Once you're at the house, I'm always accessible anytime by phone. My neighbor who lives near the house is also available. He's a local guy born and raised in the community and can help with pretty much anything. The NeighborhoodSundown village is in a remote, undiscovered part of the Catskills. This is the place to go if you want to get away from it all. You can walk a few minutes from the house to the center of the village which has a one room church and a bait shop. From there you can walk in various directions on some quiet roads with amazing views. There are pristine forests all around with hiking trails that lead you up the mountain to breathtaking vistas and vintage fire towers. There are wild animals like rabbits and foxes. The bald eagles have a nest nearby and they often fly close to the house to catch fish. With a little bit of driving, you can find great restaurants, farms, yoga ashrams, galleries, etc. Mongaup pond and Minnewaska park are within reach and so is Frost Valley YMCA which has activities for kids and adults. Other Things to NoteMy house has been a wonderful environment for many families with babies and toddlers (high chair available) however there are no special safety mechanisms. 3% discount for payments not using a credit card 3 day minimum for New Year's day weekend
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceThis cabin is newly renovated with an old country feel. It sits on a private road and is a true forest getaway. The cabin has a large yard and there are trails to watering holes with a large stream across the road. You will receive a map upon arrival. You will receive keys upon arrival and have complete privacy. This house isn't a residence for anyone, it is a full time guest house. The neighborhood is 100% country. It is very quiet and secluded. If you want a change of pace from the city or want to experience the beauty of upstate New York, this is the perfect place. The country Inn, a cozy bar/restaurant with a seasonal menu and an expansive beer list is only a 10 minute drive away. Our favorite place for a run or a good walk is the NY Reservoir and is also a 10 minute drive away as well as many other skiing, hiking and scenic spots including the Minewaska state park and Hunter Mountain. There is also fantastic antiquing in neighboring towns such as High Falls, Accord, New Paltz and Phonecia. A list of the best spots will be provided for you. You will need a car to get around. There is a Trailways bus to New Paltz, but you will need a car from there. If you are visiting during a snowy time I would strongly suggest 4 wheel drive. Board games, wood for the stove, TV with DVD player and internet are available to you for a great cabin weekend or week. We allow pets but require a $25 fee per pet. Guest AccessThe cabin has a large yard and there are trails to watering holes and there is a large stream across the road. You will receive a map upon arrival. Interaction with GuestsYou will receive keys upon arrival and have complete privacy. This house isn't a residence for anyone, it is a full time guest house. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is 100% country. It is very quiet and secluded. If you want a change of pace from the city or you want to experience the beauty of upstate New York this is the perfect place. Getting AroundYou will need a car to get around. There is a Trailways bus to New Paltz, but you will need a car from there. Other Things to NoteBoard games, wood for the stove, charcoal grill, TV with DVD player and internet are available to you for a great cabin weekend or week.
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    6br Home/Apartment
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    • Smoking Allowed
    • Pets Allowed
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    The SpaceJust 2 hours drive from Manhattan, this is a magical and secluded farmhouse surrounded by 135 pristine acres in the NYC watershed protected area. Sitting on the front porch all you will see are rolling fields, an apple orchard, wooded trails winding through the forest and incredible mountain views. There is a one-acre pond for swimming, ice-skating or just watching the dragon flies buzz overhead. The house is carefully renovated with all modern conveniences (new wooden windows, radiant heat, 2 full bathrooms and a large open plan kitchen), without losing any of its quirky mid 19th-century charm. Upstairs there are 4 double bedrooms, a den with a little wood burning stove and a sleeping loft with 2 double futons. Downstairs there are 2 tiny single bedrooms, a living room, a magnificent sunroom and a large hall that also doubles as the dining room. But its all about the outside! You will love curling up on the porch sofa and watching the spectacle of the setting sun, taking an afternoon snooze on the hammock, dining under the stars on the back patio, or hiking through the hemlock forests around the house. If it rains or its too cold out, read a book, play scrabble or watch a DVD or videocassette in the sunroom library. There is no TV, but we do have Wifi - not enough bandwidth to stream big files, but good enough for emailing and surfing the web. We are on the edge of the Catskills Park, so there are lots of great trails, waterfalls and swimming holes a short drive away. Minnewaska preserve is a 45 minute drive and is truly amazing for its high clear mountain lakes, and if you want shopping, good restaurants and a bit of culture - both New Paltz and Woodstock are around 50 minutes away and have lots to offer. Ellenville is the nearest town and has a Shoprite, Peter's (a small, more select market), and drum roll please, a Walmart! The house is very comfortable and you will find it spic and span when you come, but its not too precious! So relax, put your feet up on the sofa, bring the kids, mess up the kitchen as you cook up a gourmet meal. Make it your home away from home. You won't want to leave! As often as you need, we can be reached by phone and email to advise assist and troubleshoot! Guest AccessFully equipped kitchen, 2 full baths, 4 double beds and 2 singles! acres of land to play in. Seclusion and serenity Interaction with GuestsAs often as you need us, - w can be reached by phone and email to advise assist and troubleshoot! The NeighborhoodGroceries: Peter’s Market is closest, in Napanoch at the junction of 209 and 55. Walmart is on 209 a little North of Naponoch and Shoprite is also on 209 a little South. If you go North on 209 to Stone Ridge, Emmanuel’s is a fancier market about 40 mins away. Shopping: Woodstock is closest for shopping and a bit of “culture.” There are lots of antique stores all along 209 between Stone Ridge and Wurtsboro. Accord, Rosendale and High Falls are also great for antiques. If you like the big oil paintings in the house, call the artist Eugene Gregan for a private viewing (he is 2 mins away) (phone number hidden). Nature: The Catskill Park is all around, and some of the nicest hiking trailheads are along the Roundout Creek /Peekamoose Rd en route to Woodstock. The creek has waterfalls and swimming holes. Minnewaska Park (45 mins away) is very beautiful but busy in summer. You are free to roam the 135 acres around the house - head downhill through the fields and go for a wander. Hunters with permits can access the adjacent New York City-owned property so be wary during the fall hunting season! Wear bright colors, make noise. Use insect repellent and always check for ticks after hiking. Dining: Few options but…Ellenville has Korean food and a bistro - Aroma Thyme. White Wolf in Napanoch is a bit upscale. Peekamose restaurant is an hour away but great. Horseback Riding: there are schools in Ellenville and Kerhonkson. Try (phone number hidden) Flying: Yep! Wurtsboro airport offers glider and plane rides. On a nice day, this is amazing! (phone number hidden). Skiing: Belleayre and Hunter are closest and pretty good. In the summer you can bike and swim as well Getting AroundThere is a bus from Port Authority in Manhattan to Napanoch. Check the Shortline Bus Company website for a schedule. Local taxis can whisk you up to the house. There are two bicycles at the house for tooling around the neighborhood.
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    3br house
    • Pets Allowed
    Lots of reviews of my house on other sites! A charming home nestled at the bottom of a valley between two mountains next to a river. Awaken to the sight of mountains and trees outside. Enjoy breakfast while gazing at the river from the sunroom. Then go play in the water with the kids and your dog. Fall is the most picturesque time to be in the Catskills. Go for a hike in the forest and enjoy the colors. It's foliage season and the colors of the leaves are breathtaking. Ponds and rivers and reservoirs all around. Fly-fishing and country fairs and antique sales. Pick your own fruits and milk cows. At night come home to a clean, comfortable house and cook up a big family dinner and for dessert roast marshmallows on the fire pit. You can see all the stars on a clear night. Or hang out in the living room and play a board game or watch a movie with the projector. There are tons of books and movies and games and puzzles in the house. Other Things My house has been a wonderful environment for many families with babies and toddlers (high chair available) however there are no special safety mechanisms. 3% discount for payments not using a credit card House Rules 6 guests maximum No smoking in the house No dogs on the furniture Sundown village is in a remote, undiscovered part of the Catskills. This is the place to go if you want to get away from it all. You can walk a few minutes from the house to the center of the village which has a one room church and a bait shop. From there you can walk in various directions on some quiet roads with amazing views. There are pristine forests all around with hiking trails that lead you up the mountain to breathtaking vistas and vintage fire towers. There are wild animals like rabbits and foxes. The bald eagles have a nest nearby and they often fly close to the house to catch fish. With a little bit of driving, you can find great restaurants, farms, yoga ashrams, galleries, etc. Mongaup pond and Minnewaska park are within reach and so is Frost Valley YMCA which has activities for kids and adults.
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      Leave your cares behind and enjoy the beautiful Catskill mountains as you relax in your “Streamside Sanctuary,” a newly renovated 2 bedroom house just outside of Phoenicia, located on the lovely Stony Clove Stream. Enjoy your privacy as you sit on the front porch; use the gas grill and ample picnic table for a cook-out in the back yard; relax and read in your zero gravity chair in a sunny or shady spot; or sit by the stream and watch the water peacefully flowing and perhaps see the bald eagle, heron, or ducks that regularly pay a visit. Come back at night and enjoy our new fire pit. The view is wonderful year round, with the autumn colors being especially spectacular. The newly renovated house has a beautiful, fully equipped kitchen, spacious dining room that looks out at trees and flowers from a bow window, living room with gas fireplace and large screen TV, modern bathroom, two bedrooms, each with a queen size bed, one with a TV, air conditioning and heat throughout making it a cozy, comfortable retreat year round! The house has cable TV and wifi. A car is not necessary as the house is located just short of a mile form the bus station in Phoenicia. You can walk to town, eat in one of several restaurants, visit the quaint shops, go fly fishing, or tube the Esopus. If you’re feeling energetic, a walk of a little over a mile will bring you to the Tanbark Trail and/or the trail up Tremper Mountain,both very popular spots, or walk about 2 miles to the Phoenicia Diner for a hearty breakfast or lunch. If you do come by car, there are many sites and activities just a short drive away: Lakes, hiking trails, ski centers (Belleayre, Hunter, Windham) concerts, even the world’s largest kaleidoscope! Come and enjoy “your vacation home” without any of the work or responsibility!
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      4br Home/Apartment
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      26 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceWe have a 1 bedroom 1 bathroom house with an open kitchen. There is a dining table that seats 6 and 2 couches. We have an old TV with a dvd player and radio. Outside we have a grill and picnic table that seats 8. In addition there is a cabin (with no bathroom) that sleeps 2. We are on 12 acres of land overlooking a meadow, with sunset and mountain views. Guest AccessWe will either meet you there with the key, or leave it in a place that is easy to find and you can let yourself in. Interaction with GuestsWe will either meet you there and show you around or be available by phone before and during your visit. The house is easy to maintain, lights are on the right when you enter, kitchen is self explanatory, the washer and dryer are very convent. The NeighborhoodWe leave on the top of mountain. It is very quiet and beautiful. At night the you rarely hear a car go by, you'll hear sounds of nature and if you go out and lie in the grass (take one of our blankets or big beach towels) the stars are amazing. There is a 3 mile loop that is great for walking, running and biking. There is a horse farm, pond and beautiful views on the walk around the loop. We are 15 miles from the nearest grocery, so bring your food. If you want to venture down the mountain, there are farms, antique stores and great hiking trails. There is a local artist on our road who is a great painter, would be happy to show you his work. Getting AroundYou need a car. Other Things to NoteWe have 12 acres of land. You can walk through the fields or woods down to a stone wall. The lower meadow is covered with wild blue berries that usually come into season in early July.
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      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceQuirky and lovely house with open living room/kitchen downstairs. On chilly evenings the woodstove will quickly heat the house (plenty of wood is available in the various wood sheds). Full bathroom on the same level, as well as a small guest room/study with a comfortable sofa bed. From the living room you walk out onto the screened-in porch, which becomes your outside living room during the warmer season. Off the main entrance is a wonderful deck, on the sunny side of the house, great in almost any season! Upstairs is one spacious bedroom with King bed and tiny half bath. The house was built by the previous owner, who is a true craftsman, as you can see from the stone foundation; a series of pictures in the living room documents the building process. Guest AccessThe whole house is yours, surrounded by three acres of mostly wooded property. Key will be in a lock box, once your reservation is confirmed I'll send you the code. To open the key box: slide the shutter door to reveal the dials and door-release button. Rotate the dials to the combination I will give you. Push the door-release button down. Open the door to remove/replace the key. Keep the box and shutter door closed at all times to protect from weather and bugs. Interaction with GuestsNo interaction, though I can be available by phone/text. The NeighborhoodThe house is about ten minutes outside of Kerhonkson, on a private dirt driveway, part of an old road that is no longer in use. There are neighboring houses, but in the summertime you won't see much of them, except perhaps the house on the other side of the driveway. (These neighbors visit only twice a year, most of the time there is no-one around.) One mile up the road is a hiking trail which leads to beautiful Vernooy Kill Falls. Getting AroundWhile there is a bus from NYC to "downtown" Kerhonkson, you will need a car to get around and enjoy my house. Within a 30-45 minute drive you'll have access not only to miles and miles of hiking trails, but also to places such as Woodstock, Phoenicia, New Paltz, Rosendale and Historic Kingston. Other Things to NoteDuring garden season, please check with me first before going into the veggie garden en picking produce, and I'll let you know what is ok to pick and what is not. As with any location in the north east, make sure to check yourself carefully for ticks every day, and use repellant when you go out hiking or traipsing through the brush. Wildlife: black bears are common in the area, as are all sorts of smaller critters - don't attract them to my property by leaving food or garbage outside!
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceFeel nature's serenity bring you inspiration for your writing or painting. A backyard for your family to celebrate through games and BBQ. A babbling brook to woo you and your lover. 1.5 miles to the State Forest where there is a hike to the local swimming hole and pristine water falls. Guest AccessGuests can access the cabin, there are grills outside available for your use. Guests can also access the stream behind the cabin, feel free to bring chairs outside, there are also outside chairs. Interaction with GuestsWe respect our guests' privacy, but can be available to assist if need be. Just let us know! The NeighborhoodWelcome to Upper Cherry Town Rd, this is a pretty quiet road, and its beautiful here, just up the road is the Veernooy Kill Falls Trailhead. The neighborhood you are in was dubbed "Lazy Acres" in the 1950's. Some of the people that have been in the neighborhood for a long time still call it that. Quiet. Beautiful walks. Easy access to the state forest. Getting AroundYou will need a car. Other Things to NoteThe view of the stream is one of the guest favorites- from the kitchen while making a meal, while enjoying the breeze in the backyard or from the large glass windows of the porch. The view on the porch allows for a soothing solo or group meditation space. Perhaps even for partner yoga! Also for a cool space to enjoy a family meal.
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      1br Bed & Breakfast
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      The SpaceOur two story high Great Room has windows to the east, south and west, with a view of many mountain ranges. a fireplace and a hot tub below. The decor is eclectic but chic. The bedrooms are private, each with its own full bath adjoining (but not connected). We even have a peacock who has been with us for many years. Guest AccessYou are welcome to spend time in our Great Room or our bar with a television downstairs. The hot tub is yours to enjoy (we can supply bathrobes and towels) and your bedrooms are private. Interaction with GuestsWe supply a full breakfast which is included in the price. It generally includes eggs any way you like them, yogurt or fresh fruit, English muffins and coffee or tea. The NeighborhoodIf you like hiking during the summer we have many trails close by to various mountains, waterfalls and hidden glens. Snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the winter is great. Hunters are welcome. Bethel Woods, a superb concert venue, is only 45 minutes away. (Nothing around here is close). The Culinary Institute has spawned some fabulous restaurants in the nearby Hudson River Valley. Getting AroundPlan to drive. Parking in the middle of nowhere is not a problem. Other Things to NoteOur house is not handicap accessible, although the main room bedroom entails only 3 small steps. In winter it is advisable to use an awd or 4 wheel drive vehicle.
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      This is the perfect opportunity if two family units want to come on vacation, for a family reunion, or for a large group of friends. The close proximity in two separate units creates the perfect balance of privacy and sharing.
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      3br Home/Apartment
        Located on a quiet country lane in the Catskill Park, this house is a perfect getaway, just two hours north from the GW bridge. Our beautiful, newly renovated, modern country house features an open floor plan on the first floor with a fully stocked cook's kitchen and bar counter, 12 person expandable dining table, a sitting area and a full bath just off the kitchen. The main room has 3 skylights and 2 french doors that provide plenty of light even on rainy days. The second floor has a half bath, master bedroom with a king size bed and en suite bathroom with spa shower, a bedroom with a queen size bed, and a third bedroom with a toddler bed and twin size bed with trundle that converts to a king size bed. There is a pool table and foosball table in the unfinished garage and an upright piano and cabinet full of board games in the main room. Wireless internet is available if you want to stay connected but when you arrive you will just want to sit back, relax and enjoy the quiet wonder of it all. Outside is a large deck and an above ground pool (does it really matter if it's above ground - it's a pool!). The deck box houses all sorts of outdoor games including badminton and volleyball. There is also an outdoor woodburning fireplace - great way to stay warm in the evenings while marveling at the gazillion stars in the sky. Don't forget the hot chocolate and smores! Beyond the deck is a large open field on two acres populated with century old apple trees and swing sets for kids and adults.
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        3br Home/Apartment
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        Lots of reviews of my house on other sites! A charming home nestled at the bottom of a valley between two mountains next to a river. Awaken to the sight of mountains and trees outside. Enjoy breakfast while gazing at the river from the sunroom. Then go play in the water with the kids and your dog. Fall is the most picturesque time to be in the Catskills. Go for a hike in the forest and enjoy the colors. It's foliage season and the colors of the leaves are breathtaking. Ponds and rivers and reservoirs all around. Fly-fishing and country fairs and antique sales. Pick your own fruits and milk cows. At night come home to a clean, comfortable house and cook up a big family dinner and for dessert roast marshmallows on the fire pit. You can see all the stars on a clear night. Or hang out in the living room and play a board game or watch a movie with the projector. There are tons of books and movies and games and puzzles in the house. Other Things My house has been a wonderful environment for many families with babies and toddlers (high chair available) however there are no special safety mechanisms. 3% discount for payments not using a credit card House Rules 6 guests maximum No smoking in the house No dogs on the furniture
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        2br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceWhere the Sundown Road meanders alongside the Rondout Creek a few miles outside Grahamsville, sits a sweet log-sided cabin perched partway up a grassy incline, high enough to see the water just across the road. The original portion had once been a one room schoolhouse, but in 1937 it was converted into a residence, with additions built subsequently. The wide front porch is a great spot for dropping mucky boots, but with the ever-present sound of the Rondout Creek beckoning, you'll just want to take some time to relax on the bench there and watch it flow by. The front door opens into a spacious living room, with golden wood floors (oak), that is punctuated by a stone fireplace with large firebox. Everyone has home features that get them excited. Open-in, cottagey windows, of which there are several in the living room, and which are plentiful throughout the house. They are old school, wood-framed, latch in the center, then open in. And of course there are storm windows/screens. The two simple bedrooms (master bedroom is not available) and bath are off one side of the living room and again have wonderful fir wood floors. Off the other side is the kitchen, separate dining room, and separate den, which is now an acupuncture healing space. The serviceable kitchen includes a great retro sink, and a washing machine is tucked into a cupboard. A wide archway connects the kitchen with roomy dining space, and off that is the den, with exterior door. A gambrel-roofed garage includes two car bays below, and a 300 sq ft space above, accessed by a door at the rear. It had been used as a bunkhouse during hunting season, for friends many years ago, and now serves as a studio (not available). The land extends across the street to the creek. There are really delightful views of the creek from a number of spots on the property, and the tranquil yearround sounds of the rushing water is a highlight of this charming property. Guest AccessWhole house except master bedroom & separate studio. Interaction with GuestsWe can be in touch by email. Getting AroundThe nearest bus stops from NYC are in Liberty and Monticello. Other Things to NoteWhat to do and see in and around Claryville and Grahamsville A lot of people who live within a half hour of Claryville have never ventured up the hill to see what’s up there. Aside from the Frost Valley YMCA, which attracts tens of thousands of people to its exceptional 4,000 acre facility, there is little commerce, and after a sufficient 12 miles or so, the main road dead ends. But in many ways that’s one of the most beautiful things about the town. It’s an oasis, with miles of forest opening to a few heart-stopping views. And with the headwaters of the Neversink River appearing and disappearing as one drives, hikes, cycles, it has scenic opportunities galore, with few sounds but those generated by Mother Nature. • Red Hill Fire Tower - great hike in Claryville of about 1.5 miles up along the trail to the clearing where the fire tower stands. Fabulous views! On Dinch Rd. • Claryville Pottery - elegant, hand-crafted pottery made right here in Claryville. This is where you go for a tasteful memento of your visit. Located on the Claryville Rd. next to the turn-off for the Frost Valley Rd. (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) for hours. • The Blue Hill Café in Claryville sells grocery items, dining and has a deli. There is seating, and WiFi access. • There are several antiques stores in the area: Hamilton’s (Neversink), Half Moon Antiques (Grahamsville), and all in Liberty: Town & Country, and Ferndale Antiques (just outside Liberty). • Rolling River Café Gallery and Inn, in Parksville (25 Cooley Rd) is a winner. Their bijou restaurant features fresh fare prepared by Rob Rayevsky in a fun, friendly atmosphere that has everyone I’ve sent, returning almost immediately. Their outdoor seating, with strings of lights through the trees and charming café tables (including a private, romantic spot along the river), has a European feel, and is so alluring you’ll want to bring your fleeces and extend the season as long as possible. Call for schedule (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). • Peekamoose Restaurant & Tap Room: Dinner at Peekamoose is always a treat. Located in Big Indian, it’s a remarkably beautiful drive down the Frost Valley Rd to rte 28, and about 1 mile further. Owners Devin and Marybeth Mills have renovated an old farmhouse into an inspired space of wood, glass and intriguing and playful artwork. The food is simply outstanding (not surprising given their experience at Picholine and Le Bernadin), and they make an effort to use local growers and the freshest ingredients available. ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). • The Catskill Harvest Market focuses on bringing local produce, cheeses, meat, poultry, baked goods, and even soap to market, all with a wonderful retail flair. You’ll also find an exciting range of gourmet coffees and teas, candy and gift items. On rte 52 between Liberty & White Sulphur Springs. Fly Fishing The Neversink River runs through Claryville, although it is almost exclusively privately owned. Some of the best public access trout fishing can be found nearby on the famous Willowemoc (willow-wee’-mock) and Beaverkill Rivers. The Catskill Fly Fishing Museum in Livingston Manor pays homage to the rich history of fishing in this area (the nearby Neversink River is the birthplace of American fly fishing). In Roscoe, Catskill Flies is the go-to shop for equipment and very knowledgeable staff. I like the daily stream conditions report on their site. I can tell you from first hand experience the Wulff School of Fly Fishing, in scenic Lew Beach, is a a great way learn the sport, or to hone your skills. Hiking Here’s a great link describing various trails nearby: (URL HIDDEN)
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        Located in Ulster County, high in the Catskills,it's amazing that in today's hurly-burly world, one can be so totally removed from everything yet still be only a little over two hours from Times Square. The Blue Horizon perches on 5 1/2 acres of park like land surrounded by thousands of acres of forest protected by the NY State Constitution as "forever wild". With a 50 mile view over several mountain ranges, a couple of gorgeous waterfalls nearby and deserted dirt roads to hike before attempting the well marked mountain trails, we are the living example of "way-the-hell-and-gone"
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        My place is close to Vernooy Kill Falls ( walking distance). Also surrounded by state land and it's a short driving distance to swimming holes, Minnewaska Park and more. It's private and secluded. The outdoors are amazing and the cabin is nice and comfortable.. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).
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        2br Other
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        Serene Catskills home with private swimming hole, fireplace, woodstove & mountain views. Just a few miles from Peekamoose trailhead, Slide Mountain, the Blue Hole & Horsetail Falls Limited cell service with AT&T only, sorry no WIFI Caretaker lives in separate house on the property & is available in emergencies, but you will have total privacy for your stay.
        Home/Apartment
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Swimming Pool
        • Wifi
        Located on a quiet country lane in the Catskill Park, this house is a perfect getaway, just two hours north from the GW bridge. Our beautiful, newly renovated, modern country house features an open floor plan on the first floor with a fully stocked cook's kitchen and bar counter, 12 person expandable dining table, a sitting area and a full bath just off the kitchen. The main room has 3 skylights and 2 french doors that provide plenty of light even on rainy days. The second floor has a half bath, master bedroom with a king size bed and en suite bathroom with spa shower, a bedroom with a queen size bed, and a third bedroom with a toddler bed and twin size bed with trundle that converts to a king size bed. There is a pool table and foosball table in the unfinished garage and an upright piano and cabinet full of board games in the main room. Wireless internet is available if you want to stay connected but when you arrive you will just want to sit back, relax and enjoy the quiet wonder of it all. Outside is a large deck and an above ground pool (does it really matter if it's above ground - it's a pool!). The deck box houses all sorts of outdoor games including badminton and volleyball. There is also an outdoor woodburning fireplace - great way to stay warm in the evenings while marveling at the gazillion stars in the sky. Don't forget the hot chocolate and smores! Beyond the deck is a large open field on two acres populated with century old apple trees and swing sets for kids and adults.
        Home/Apartment
        3br Home/Apartment
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Wifi
        A charming home nestled at the bottom of a valley between two mountains next to a river. Awaken to the sight of mountains and trees outside. Enjoy breakfast while gazing at the river from the sunroom. Then go play in the water with the kids and your dog. The bald eagles have a nest nearby and often fly close to the house to catch fish in the river. Fall is the most picturesque time to be in the Catskills. Go for a hike in the forest and enjoy the colors. It's foliage season and the colors of the leaves are breathtaking. Rivers and ponds and waterfalls all around. Check out some antique sales or try fly-fishing. At night come home to a clean, comfortable house and cook up a big family dinner and for dessert roast marshmallows on the fire pit. You can see all the stars on a clear night with the telescope. Or hang out in the living room and play a board game or watch a movie with the projector. There are tons of books and movies and games and puzzles in the house. The Area Sundown village is in a remote, undiscovered part of the Catskills. This is the place to go if you want to get away from it all. You can walk a few minutes from the house to the center of the village which has a one room church and a bait shop. From there you can walk in various directions on some quiet roads with amazing views. There are pristine forests all around with hiking trails that lead you up the mountains to breathtaking vistas and vintage fire towers. With a little bit of driving you can find great restaurants, farms, yoga ashrams, galleries, etc. Mongaup pond and Minnewaska park are within reach and so is Frost Valley YMCA which has activities for both kids and adults. Other Things 3 day minimum for New Year's day weekend 3% discount for payments not using a credit card 500 minimum per booking (not including fees) My house has been a wonderful environment for many families with babies (high chair available) however there are no special safety mechanisms. The AC is in one of the bedrooms upstairs during summertime. It can cool the second room also if you leave the doors open. The downstairs room is naturally cool. House Rules 6 guests maximum No smoking in the house No dogs on the furniture
        Home/Apartment
        2br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        • Wifi
        The original owner of this majestic estate used to travel up to the Catskills just after turn of the century by train, and with his group, hike from the station over Slide Mountain to Grey Lodge, his dramatic, Japanese-influenced property. The same family continues to travel up to this extraordinary oasis, albeit more conventionally, and has allowed the Little House, a cabin on a meadow a short distance from the main house, to be made available for rent. This charming cabin is situated off to the side, but within view of Grey Lodge, and enjoys eye-popping views of meadows, with Slide Mountain rising up just beyond. The Little House is also steps from the headwaters of the Neversink River. And if you’re a hiker, well, you’re in luck. You can walk across the meadow to a Slide Mountain trailhead (the highest peak in The Catskills). With two bedrooms, one full bathroom and a pull-out sofa, this house sleeps four comfortably, with six maximum. It has a generous-sized living room with large stone fireplace, and small but fully-functional kitchen. You will wake to birdsong, make a fire pit out of river rocks by the creek, barbecue and connect with your fellow travelers. Little House is a truly special spot.
        Retreat
        2br Retreat
        • Parking
        The SpaceLocated on a private road about 20 minutes from the Village of Ellenville on a large wooded property adjacent to state land. During the winter months, guests will enjoy cozying up to the woodstove that heats the house or relaxing outside next to the fire pit. The small outdoor deck provides the perfect place to grill outdoors or enjoy a meal. During the summer months, guests will enjoy the property's mature gardens, orchard and pond and access to the hiking trails of the Forever Wild Forest and Vernooy Kill Falls. There is also access to state snowmobile trails. The house has been furnished with brand new furniture and linens ensuring a clean comfortable stay. The kitchen is equipped with the necessary cookware, plates, utensils and appliances. There is a sleeper loft with a twin bed perfect for older children and the couch can open into a twin size bed to accommodate an extra guest. Interaction with GuestsWe live in a separate house on the property. Guests will be able to contact us for assistance, however guests will still be afforded the comfort & privacy of a separate dwelling.