Westtown, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Westtown

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The SpaceA uniquely designed, NYSERDA certified Energy Star home built in 2012 with bountiful views from every window. The back of the house opens to a field sloping down to our small, private lake. The largest queen size bedroom has an en suite bathroom w/ shower. Two other bedrooms share a full bathroom; the largest with a queen bed and the smaller, with full size bed. These bedrooms are all upstairs in the private, guest wing of the house. The fourth bedroom is downstairs with a queen-sized bed and private half bath. 48 acres to explore with paths cut into the rustic country side, over the hay fields and through the woods. Traverse via snow shoes, cross country skis, cross country bike, jogging, brisk or meditative walk. Guest AccessOur place is in rural rolling countryside, with dairy farms, crops and small towns every few miles. You are welcome to join us for breakfast. Guests have access to the kitchen-dining-great room, half a dozen smaller common rooms, porches, deck, lake, fields, woods, trails, and seasonal garden with tomatoes, beans, beets, squash, salad greens, onions, strawberries, etc. Five minutes from the house: Green Ridge Golf Course (18 holes), horseback riding lessons, pheasant hunting, and a lovely park with children’s play equipment, baseball fields, horseshoe pitch, basketball hoops and tennis court. For art lovers: the internationally acclaimed art centers Storm King and DIA:Beacon are a terrific day trip less than an hour from our house. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, and Woodstock are not much more than an hour further up route 17! We are less than 30 minutes from the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, with access to kayaking and canoeing. Also nearby, the Poconos, Mohonk Mountain House, the Appalachian Trail, Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge, Bear Mountain and Harriman State Parks. Other nearby attractions: Woodbury Commons outlets, West Point, Antiquing, Goshen Historic Track, Westtown Brew, Warwick Valley Winery and Distillery, Hudson Whiskey distillery, and numerous orchard and farm stores. Interaction with GuestsWe will be present during your stay, but have private quarters off the main part of the house. The NeighborhoodRural, rolling countryside, nature, bucolic, peaceful, picturesque, farms, small towns. Getting AroundWe are 4 1/2 miles from Exit 2 on the I 84 interstate freeway. The drive from the city is up the Palisades Parkway, west on route 17 then onto country roads. Metro North train station to and from NYC and NJ is in Middletown, is 14 miles from the property, as is the Short Line bus station in Middletown. Stewart International Airport is 40 minutes away. Other Things to NoteHouse broken dogs and cats are welcome. We do expect guests to clean up after their pets.
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The SpaceThe "barn" was made by the owners to share their spirit of Christmas when families cut their own tree, sit by the fireplace, relax and visit with friends and family while they sip their favorite beverage. The timbers for the barn were cut on the family property by the family. Guest AccessThe second floor of the barn is wonderfully accented by antiques. The three bedrooms adjoin a common living area, deck and kitchen area. Interaction with GuestsThe hosts are available to guide guests to points of interest and activities. We appreciate the joy that the atmosphere give people. The NeighborhoodThe rural landscape and quiet atmosphere is the perfect setting for a quiet get away. The many woodland creatures are sometimes available for our respectful observance. Farm is located on 150 acres of natural woodlands for guests to explore. Getting AroundThere is a local rental car company that is available. Parking is included. Other Things to NoteOrange County is the home of west point and Woodbury Commons shopping outlet.
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Over looks river. Open living space with vaulted ceiling. Covered porch with swing, fire pit & BBQ grill outside. Close to great hamlets. Warwick's wineries, drive in, Sugarloaf, craft shops, theater. Perfect setting for all occasions.
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Guest AccessThe house and grounds Other Things to NoteThe Pool is normally open from Memorial Day thru Labor Day. We generally don't use the heater since it is very expensive to run, but can turn it on during your stay. Unfortunately we apply a surcharge of $40/day to cover the spike in electric bill.
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Visit Stone Oak Christmas Tree Farm located in Orange County New York. We have 3 beautiful rooms in a timber framed barn that was produced by the owners to share the Christmas spirit year round. Woodland surroundings provide a peaceful atmosphere.
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The SpaceThe space has been thoughtfully and personally decorated with unique pieces from our travels to India and Burma as well as with special schoolhouse pieces. It resembles more a SOHO loft than a country home. We have invested a lot of love in our house and renovated it thoroughly. The decor Includes three large blackboards and schoolhouse desks where our kids love to play "school." The large dining room table seats 12-15 people. The 4 bedrooms are as follows: There is a queen sized bed in each of the two adult bedrooms, two twin beds in the kid room (one is a trundle underneath the bed--there's also a long window seat that is bigger than a bed in that room that could fit another person), a crib in the baby room (to be clear: this room is very small and is really only useful if you have a child who sleeps in a crib) and in addition there are 3 couches (that can comfortably sleep additional people) for larger families or groups in the two living rooms. Outside there is a large paved patio with an eight foot table (seats 10), outdoor chandelier, and four comfortable modern adirondack chairs. The attached pergola provides great shade. The pergola has Edison string lights attached that you can plug in (see photo). It is a lovely place to enjoy the outdoors. There is also a treehouse in the backyard as well as a large web swing, an 100 foot long zip line, a fire pit, and a gas grill. We do expect respectful guests. This is a no shoes house and that must be adhered to. There is also no TV as we come here to experience the quiet and de plug (but there is good wifi). Guest AccessThe whole house and grounds including an acre of outdoor space, outdoor patio and a treehouse. The NeighborhoodOnly 65 miles from NYC, the area offers many wonderful things: beautiful open rolling hills, dairy farms, apple orchards, farmers markets, and wineries-lovely to drive or bike through and take home some local produce! The area also boasts antique stores, great restaurants, a bowling alley, two great Drive-In movie theaters, many golf courses, world-class disc golf course, yoga studios, hang gliding, lake swimming, rafting/canoeing on the Delaware River, and hiking on the Appalachian Trail. It is in a very quiet area about twenty minutes from Warwick. It's uniqueness lies in its proximity to many places in the Hudson valley while being in an area that is so serene. (see detailed description of attractions in this ad). The house itself is just an amazingly relaxing spot with lots of light and openness. There are also many vineyards within 15-30 minutes of the area: you could easily do a whole week of wine tasting! (I have an extensive list). It's also close to the ski resorts in Vernon, NJ (25 minutes by car.) Getting AroundThere are trains and buses to Middletown 15 minutes away or Port Jervis 20 minutes away and taxis can be obtained there to the house. There is also a metro north train to beacon. It is approximately 1.5 hours from Manhattan and 2 hours from Brooklyn. Other Things to NoteSummer/Fall Activities include: Within half an hour’s drive are: The Delaware River, Wawayanda State Park (over 34,000 acres!) with sandy beachfront, large lake with boat and canoe rentals, and miles of hiking/mountain biking trails, Greenwood Lake (the largest lake in Orange County), Harriman State Park, The Appalachian Trail, High Point State Park, Sugarloaf Arts and Crafts Village, Warwick Drive-in, Fair Oaks Drive in, Sterling Forest (New York Renaissance Festival, Paint Ball facilities), Vernon, NJ, (Mountain Creek Water Park and Ski Mountain as well as Minerals Spa), Woodbury Commons Shopping Outlets in Harriman, NY, apple orchards galore (closest are soons orchards and slate hill orchards, both ten minutes away), many vineyards and much much more! Winter Activities include: Skiing/snowboarding/tubing/crosscountry skiing/snowshoeing/snowmobiling. There are 4 ski resorts within half an hour of the Schoolhouse (in the Warwick valley, Mt Peter and in Vernon, NJ), snowshoeing on the Appalachian Trail and Wawayanda State Park, ice skating, ice fishing, Minerals Spa, etc! Year-Round Attractions nearby include: These are just about an hour away: 1) Martin Van Buren's home in Kinderhook 2) Franklin D. Roosevelt's home in Hyde Park 3) John Jay in Katonah Homestead, Ambassador from the Continental Congress to France and first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 4) Clermont Estate home to Robert R. Livingston Jr. one of the Committee of Five that drafted the Declaration of Independence 5) Vanderbilt Estate in Hyde Park, New York 6) The Thomas Cole National Historic Sitein Cedar Grove 7) Montgomery Place in Annandale-on-Hudson 8) Tour Fort Montgomery 9) Cold Spring Harbor Closer attractions: (within half hour) 10) Balloon Rides 11) Glider plane rides 12) World class cliff gliding and para gliding 13) Sugar Loaf Craft Village 14) The Castle Fun Center (Go Karts, Laser Tag, Mini Golf, Roller Skating, Arcade, and more!) 15) Stony Point Battlefield & Lighthouse 16) Bear Mountain 17) West Point Military Academy 18) Green Ridge Golf Club (walking distance from schoolhouse 19) Upper Delaware National Scenic Byway 20) Storm King Art Center 21) Kitatinny Canoeing and Rafting 22) The New York Renaissance Faire 23) Brotherhood Winery (America’s oldest winery) 24) And many more historic houses, sites and museums For kids: check out sanc(URL HIDDEN) 5 minutes away. There are elephants, bear, lions, tigers, ostrich, wolves, birds, and primates are spread over 270 acres and housed in heat- and humidity- controlled barns (for the elephant and primates during the winter months), converted trailers (snakes, rodents, and birds), and super-sized kennels (cats and dogs) with free access to outdoor areas. The herd of camels, horses, cows, ponies, and goats all share a 100-acre field with a barn, stream, and run-in sheds. Another 10-acre field is for the donkeys and zebra, and the elephant has access to 17 acres. Vineyards within 30 minutes: Warwick valley vineyards 15 min away, has music and food Bashakill winery has music 20 min away Clear view vineyards 25 min away has music Demarest hill winery 20 min away Applewood winery 30 min away Brotherhood winery has good restaurants, is 30 min away Vineyards within 45-50 minutes: Benmarl, glorie farm, palaia, white cliff, magnanini, Adair, silver stream
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Visit Stone Oak Christmas Tree Farm located in Orange County New York. We have 3 beautiful rooms in a timber framed barn that was produced by the owners to share the Christmas spirit year round. Woodland surroundings provide a peaceful atmosphere.
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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) Other Things to NoteRESTAURANTS 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 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 a 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) Other Things to NoteRESTAURANTS 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 SpaceWith 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and enough sleeping arrangements for 8 guests, this sprawling residence is terrific for families or a group of friends out for a rejuvenating getaway. As you pull up to the 1,200-foot driveway, you’ll be greeted by serene forested views and expansive open space - you may even spot a few of the neighbor’s beautiful horses! A portion of the grounds were previously used as a children’s camp, and many of the old cabins still remain, enhancing this property’s unique character. You’ll love exploring the vast property by hiking through the sweeping fields and forest. Inside, the house is charming and instantly relaxing with the rustic feel of a wonderful time gone by. You’ll find the 3,800-square feet of living space tastefully appointed with cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors, and plenty of natural light throughout, creating an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere for your stay. All the modern conveniences of home are here as well, including air conditioning, and wireless internet access. Look forward to spending your vacation mornings sipping a hot cup of coffee by the cozy living room fireplace, as you watch cable shows on the flat screen TV. After a pleasant day outdoors, come home and prepare your favorite meal in the fully equipped kitchen, or barbecue on the charcoal grill. Later, step out to the large deck, where you can sip a glass of lemonade and socialize with your travel companions, while admiring picturesque views of the calming brook, pond, and forest beyond. When you’re ready to call it a night, retire to one of the inviting bedrooms to rest up for another memorable day. The soothing master suite is the ideal escape and features an ensuite bathroom, sitting room, and toasty fireplace for your ultimate comfort. Interaction with GuestsEvolve Vacation Rental Network is on a mission to make vacation rental easy for travelers. Every property in our network has been vetted and verified so you can book with confidence. If you have questions prior to your trip, we are happy to assist you 7 days a week. During your stay, your local contact will be available 24/7 to help with any issues that may arise. The NeighborhoodWhile you may feel worlds away from city life, this house is located within easy reach of numerous quaint towns to explore. You’ll love wandering around Middletown, Goshen, Port Jervis, or Milford, Pennsylvania - you’ll quickly find that each town has its own unique character! There are also plenty of little gourmet restaurants within a few miles of the house, including Bottom’s Up, a go-to favorite among the locals. In the summertime, spend the day outdoors canoeing down the Delaware River. During the winter months, you’ll find small ski slopes within a short drive of the property. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time here, this lovely Wawayanda vacation rental home ensures a relaxing getaway filled with long-lasting memories! Other Things to NoteKey Residence Features: - Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, charcoal grill, 3 fireplaces, multiple flat screen TVs with cable, wireless internet access, air conditioning, and more - Nestled on 62 private acres with a beautiful pond, brook, and forested landscape - Slate Hill, Minisink & West Point is about 30 miles away! Monticello, Warwick, Milford, PA & Delaware River is about 35 mintues away! - Easy access to Middletown, Goshen, Port Jervis and Milford attractions! Bedroom Configuration: - Master Bedroom: King-sized Bed - Bedroom 2: Full-sized Bed - Bedroom 3: Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 4: 2 Twin-sized Beds - Bedroom 5: King-sized Bed
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THIS IS A FURNISHED ROOM IN A LOG HOME, 60 MILES FROM MANHATTAN. IT;S IN A VERY QUIETAND SCENIC AREA OR ORANGE COUNTY NY. ITS A HOUSE SHARE, WITH USE OF FULL KITCHEN.BACK PORCH WITH A GREAT VIEW. AND TIKI BAR AND SWIMMING POOL.WALK TO THE APPL. TRAIL
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The SpaceLarge eat in kitchen with huge farmhouse table for gatherings. Separate playroom for the kids plus large living room with wood-burning stove. Huge garden for playing in and 4 acres to roam in. Guest AccessHuge garden (5 acres), bbq, fire pit Wifi, washer dryer Interaction with GuestsJust call us if you have any questions or need any recommendations for where to go or things to do. The NeighborhoodCross country skiing 10 mins away. Bear Mountain 1 hr away. Camelback mtn 1hr away. National parks very close with hiking & swimming. Farm shops within 20 mins for local produce. House is on 4 acres of land but not isolated, there are neighbours if anything goes wrong / if you make huge amounts of noise so please be respectful. Everyone is super friendly nearby. Getting Around-1.5 hrs drive from NYC. -Train from Penn Station to Middletown or Port Jervis only 15 mins away. - We can give you a taxi no. if you need to be picked up. Other Things to NoteSet up for children with crib, pack n play and toys available. Nearby: farmshops, skiing, cross country skiing, state parks for hiking, swimming, waterfalls. Port Jervis with train access and antique shops. Milford for gift shops, cakes and antiques. Water: we have our own well, the water comes up through slate, so it sometimes smells of sulphur (eggs) - its really good for your skin and perfectly safe, but it can wiff a bit - particularly with hot water.
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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 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 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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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 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 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 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 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 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 SpaceBeautiful setting home nested in rural NY. Close to so many attractions including horseback riding, parachuting, tubing,camping, jet flying, trailing,hiking,fishing,kayaking sking and much more. Let's not forget to the local wineries and apple farms. Picturesque little towns like New paltz, Newburgh riverfront Warwick and Mildford Pa. The room has pine wood slates from the 1900 and a comfy queen bed a large closet and two big windows. Downstairs next to the double patio door in the kitchen is a stone large patio to enjoy breakfast surrander by nature and plants. At dinner sit alone the fire pit . Also in the back is more sitting with even more privacy an a large Fire pit. Guest AccessKitchen living room bathroom and the patios. There is one in the front porch and there are 2 in the act by the kitchen Interaction with GuestsMy house manager lives there. The NeighborhoodMy neighborhood is small and charming. Our deli or how we call it the corner store still has wooden u finished floors. The short distance to so many attractions is incredible. Is truly the best tri state area. Getting AroundThere is not transportation available unless you go to town and that is 13 miles from the house Other Things to NotePlease request a package of attractions.
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Come escape the hustle and bustle of city life at this secluded Wawayanda vacation rental home. Nestled on 62 private acres, surrounded by woods dappled in sunlight and beautiful nature, this property offers plenty of peace and quiet and will serve as a tranquil setting for your next retreat to New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley area.  With 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and enough sleeping arrangements for 8 guests, this sprawling residence is terrific for families or a group of friends out for a rejuvenating getaway. As you pull up to the 1,200-foot driveway, you’ll be greeted by serene forested views and expansive open space - you may even spot a few of the neighbor’s beautiful horses! A portion of the grounds were previously used as a children’s camp, and many of the old cabins still remain, enhancing this property’s unique character. You’ll love exploring the vast property by hiking through the sweeping fields and forest.  Inside, the house is charming and instantly relaxing with the rustic feel of a wonderful time gone by. You’ll find the 3,800-square feet of living space tastefully appointed with cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors, and plenty of natural light throughout, creating an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere for your stay. All the modern conveniences of home are here as well, including air conditioning, and wireless internet access.  Look forward to spending your vacation mornings sipping a hot cup of coffee by the cozy living room fireplace, as you watch cable shows on the flat screen TV. After a pleasant day outdoors, come home and prepare your favorite meal in the fully equipped kitchen, or barbecue on the charcoal grill. Later, step out to the large deck, where you can sip a glass of lemonade and socialize with your travel companions, while admiring picturesque views of the calming brook, pond, and forest beyond. When you’re ready to call it a night, retire to one of the inviting bedrooms to rest up for another memorable day. The soothing master suite is the ideal escape and features an ensuite bathroom, sitting room, and toasty fireplace for your ultimate comfort.  While you may feel worlds away from city life, this house is located within easy reach of numerous quaint towns to explore. You’ll love wandering around Middletown, Goshen, Port Jervis, or Milford, Pennsylvania - you’ll quickly find that each town has its own unique character! There are also plenty of little gourmet restaurants within a few miles of the house, including Bottom’s Up, a go-to favorite among the locals. In the summertime, spend the day outdoors canoeing down the Delaware River. During the winter months, you’ll find small ski slopes within a short drive of the property. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time here, this lovely Wawayanda vacation rental home ensures a relaxing getaway filled with long-lasting memories! Key Residence Features: - Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, charcoal grill, 3 fireplaces, multiple flat screen TVs with cable, wireless internet access, air conditioning, and more - Nestled on 62 private acres with a beautiful pond, brook, and forested landscape - Slate Hill, Minisink & West Point is about 30 miles away! Monticello, Warwick, Milford, PA & Delaware River is about 35 mintues away! - Easy access to Middletown, Goshen, Port Jervis and Milford attractions! Bedroom Configuration: - Master Bedroom: King-sized Bed - Bedroom 2: Full-sized Bed - Bedroom 3: Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 4: 2 Twin-sized Beds - Bedroom 5: King-sized Bed  Policies: - No smoking - Pet friendly with fee (maximum 2 pets allowed, 30-pound weight limit) - Must be at least 25 years old to book  - No hunting - No excessive noise  - Please respect the neighbors - $40 extra per person per night with homeowner's approval - Weddings/large gatherings are allowed at the property upon homeowner's approval for an additional fee. Please inquire with Evolve for more information - Additional fines may be imposed if these policies are violated - Additional fees and taxes may apply  
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    Built in 1815 this lovingly renovated house is your home away from home Oldest house in the area this house is perfect for families that want to get away from the city and relax. Wood burning stove, big eat in kitchen, separate playroom and living room. 5 bedrooms to choose from: one double downstairs, 2 doubles upstairs, a childrens' room with a twin and crib plus another twin bedroom. Set on 5 acres, the gardens have huge lawns for playing in together with woodlands. Outdoor terrace with seating area for meals in the summer. Hanging swing for the kids. Small hillock for sledging in the snow. Amenities include: wifi, washer & dryer
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      Built in 1815 this lovingly renovated house is your home away from home Oldest house in the area this house is perfect for families that want to get away from the city and relax. Wood burning stove, big eat in kitchen, separate playroom and living room. 5 bedrooms to choose from: one double downstairs, 2 doubles upstairs, a childrens' room with a twin and crib plus another twin bedroom. Set on 5 acres, the gardens have huge lawns for playing in together with woodlands. Outdoor terrace with seating area for meals in the summer. Hanging swing for the kids. Small hillock for sledging in the snow. Amenities include: wifi, washer & dryer
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      The SpaceThe stone block house sits on a quiet country road surrounded by 100's of acres of farmland. Open views look across neighboring fields miles out and onto Pochuck mountain and beyond. Wild raspberries, blackberries and mulberries ring the property along with fields of wildflowers. The local owls and crickets are the only sounds to hear at night. A big open sky offers wonderful stargazing while the fireflies put on their summer light show. Inside the cozy farmhouse you will find everything you need with comfortable beds, wifi, full kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, 40"TV The house is central to and only 15 - 20 minutes away from a number of destinations in Warwick NY, Vernon NJ, Middletown, NY and Matamoras, PA. Guest AccessYou will have access to the full house and property (except for the barn). Interaction with GuestsWe are local to the area and are happy to help you enjoy your stay. Contact us anytime with questions about what to do and where to go. The NeighborhoodWalking distance to Westtown Brew Works (farm brewery). Access to 18 miles of walking trails from the front door. Nearby National Wildlife refuge along the Wallkill river. Drop ins for canoe, kayak or rowboat along the Wallkill river. Explore all that nearby Warwick & Pine Island have to offer. Other Things to NoteThe Hudson Valley is full of farms. Visit a farm stand for just picked produce. Schedule catered dinners at the house, private cooking classes or enjoy pre-planned meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner upon request.
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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. Interaction with GuestsWe are new listing! Please check Yelp for reviews: (URL HIDDEN)
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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. Interaction with GuestsWe are new listing! Please check Yelp for reviews: (URL HIDDEN)
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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. Interaction with GuestsWe are new listing! Please check Yelp for reviews: (URL HIDDEN)
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      My place is close to public transport, nightlife, the city center, and parks. My place is good for couples, business travelers, and furry friends (pets).
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      The SpaceContemporary Cape House, nestled among woods & fields. Four bedrooms with a family room, FDR W/Sunroom, living room, library and 3 bathrooms on over 7 acres located in Orange County, NY. Just one and a half hours from New York City. Near by horse riding, and white water rafting. Close to High Point Park and Bear Mountain
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      Oldest house in the area this house is perfect for families that want to get away from the city and relax. Wood burning stove, big eat in kitchen, separate playroom and living room. 5 bedrooms to choose from: one double downstairs, 2 doubles upstairs, a childrens' room with a twin and crib plus another twin bedroom. Set on 5 acres, the gardens have huge lawns for playing in together with woodlands. Outdoor terrace with seating area for meals in the summer. Hanging swing for the kids. Small hillock for sledging in the snow. Amenities include: wifi, washer & dryer
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      5br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Come escape the hustle and bustle of city life at this secluded Wawayanda vacation rental home. Nestled on 62 private acres, surrounded by woods dappled in sunlight and beautiful nature, this property offers plenty of peace and quiet and will serve as a tranquil setting for your next retreat to New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley area. With 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and enough sleeping arrangements for 8 guests, this sprawling residence is terrific for families or a group of friends out for a rejuvenating getaway. As you pull up to the 1,200-foot driveway, you’ll be greeted by serene forested views and expansive open space - you may even spot a few of the neighbor’s beautiful horses! A portion of the grounds were previously used as a children’s camp, and many of the old cabins still remain, enhancing this property’s unique character. You’ll love exploring the vast property by hiking through the sweeping fields and forest. Inside, the house is charming and instantly relaxing with the rustic feel of a wonderful time gone by. You’ll find the 3,800-square feet of living space tastefully appointed with cathedral ceilings, hardwood floors, and plenty of natural light throughout, creating an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere for your stay. All the modern conveniences of home are here as well, including air conditioning, and wireless internet access. Look forward to spending your vacation mornings sipping a hot cup of coffee by the cozy living room fireplace, as you watch cable shows on the flat screen TV. After a pleasant day outdoors, come home and prepare your favorite meal in the fully equipped kitchen, or barbecue on the charcoal grill. Later, step out to the large deck, where you can sip a glass of lemonade and socialize with your travel companions, while admiring picturesque views of the calming brook, pond, and forest beyond. When you’re ready to call it a night, retire to one of the inviting bedrooms to rest up for another memorable day. The soothing master suite is the ideal escape and features an ensuite bathroom, sitting room, and toasty fireplace for your ultimate comfort. While you may feel worlds away from city life, this house is located within easy reach of numerous quaint towns to explore. You’ll love wandering around Middletown, Goshen, Port Jervis, or Milford, Pennsylvania - you’ll quickly find that each town has its own unique character! There are also plenty of little gourmet restaurants within a few miles of the house, including Bottom’s Up, a go-to favorite among the locals. In the summertime, spend the day outdoors canoeing down the Delaware River. During the winter months, you’ll find small ski slopes within a short drive of the property. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time here, this lovely Wawayanda vacation rental home ensures a relaxing getaway filled with long-lasting memories! Key Residence Features: - Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, charcoal grill, 3 fireplaces, multiple flat screen TVs with cable, wireless internet access, air conditioning, and more - Nestled on 62 private acres with a beautiful pond, brook, and forested landscape - Slate Hill, Minisink & West Point is about 30 miles away! Monticello, Warwick, Milford, PA & Delaware River is about 35 mintues away! - Easy access to Middletown, Goshen, Port Jervis and Milford attractions! Bedroom Configuration: - Master Bedroom: King-sized Bed - Bedroom 2: Full-sized Bed - Bedroom 3: Queen-sized Bed - Bedroom 4: 2 Twin-sized Beds - Bedroom 5: King-sized Bed Policies: - No smoking - Pet friendly with fee (maximum 2 pets allowed, 30-pound weight limit) - Must be at least 25 years old to book - No hunting - No excessive noise - Please respect the neighbors - $40 extra per person per night with homeowner's approval - Weddings/large gatherings are allowed at the property upon homeowner's approval for an additional fee. Please inquire with Evolve for more information - Additional fines may be imposed if these policies are violated - Additional fees and taxes may apply