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Bed & Breakfast Accommodations in the Catskills

A warm cup of coffee, a bright sunny morning in October, the beautiful backdrops of the Catskill Mountains, do you still need anything else? For a unique, small lodging alternative providing comfort, stay at a Catskill's Bed and Breakfast Inn for an unforgettable vacation. From romantic or just a quaint family vacation – whatever your choice, Catskills area bed and breakfasts treat you to a wonderful comfort and style.
 Twin Gables

Twin Gables

The architecture and furnishings of the Twin Gables create an ambiance that revives the relaxed, easy living of that time. Almost a century of quality service and hospitality in their immaculate basic...


73 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY 12498
(845) 679-9479
 Veranda House

Veranda House

Veranda House Bed and Breakfast has five comfortable air conditioned guest rooms, all with private baths. They serve full gourmet breakfasts with fresh fruit, homemade pastries and a variety of break...


6487 Montgomery Street
Rhinebeck, NY 12572
(845) 876-4133
 Victoria Rose

Victoria Rose

Please feel free to ask us about planning your stay and where to enjoy gourmet or casual dining. A warm friendly atmosphere with gracious hospitality awaits you. From the moment you awaken to the deli...


15146 Main Street
Downsville, NY 13755
(607) 363-7838
 Whispering Pines B & B

Whispering Pines B & B

New Paltz in the middle of 50 private, wooded acres in the beautiful and historic hamlet of High Falls. Mohonk Mountain House hiking and sightseeing only three miles away! Minnewaska Lake swimming, hi...


60 Cedar Hill Road
High Falls, NY 12440
(845) 687-2419
 Woodstock Country Inn

Woodstock Country Inn

Two miles from the center of the renowned artist colony of Woodstock, New York, a long driveway off a peaceful country road leads you to the grace and charm of the Woodstock Country Inn....


185 Cooper Lake Road
Bearsville, NY 12409
(845) 679-9380

Catskills Fact

  • They are not geographically related, but the Catskill Mountains are sometimes referred to as an extension to the Appalachian Mountains.