If you go to Pollywogg Holler for rest and relaxation.....
be aware that it is now a New York State licensed bar
.Sundays can be a big crowd day...300 plus people. lots of drinking and noise
.Not a great atmosphere for children.
Rule # one is $5 is charged at the gate to enter to cover the band weather you like their music style or not.
You can no longer enter just to visit with friends with out paying this fee, Or you leave.
Having supported by beloved friends Bill and Barb Castle,founders, for over thirty years i am not interested in going to the Holler any more on sundays or wed when the bar crowd flourishes.
the Bouncer/gatekeeper was extremely rude and insulting to me and my wife on july 6 when we went there and no apology has been made.
Micky is the manager and should have done this.
It is still a beautiful place to go but if you want a bucolic setting for an event rent the space on a non event day [sun + wed]
If you enjoy a low bar crowd smoking and drinking and consider that fun than Sunday it your.
I am posting this for those who have not been to the Holler yet ,but have heard great things,and for those who have not been in a long time. It has changed.
And also I do not like being called a "phucking A hole" by hired help and having the management condoning it by not apologizing do me and most importantly, to my Wife who i Love dearly and am saddened she was put through this.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Since 1987, Pollywogg Holler Bed & Breakfast creators Bill and Barb Castle have been entertaining guests at their Eco-lodge with an emphasis on art, nature and being kind to the environment. Now managed by their oldest son, Mickey & his wife Tammy.Book an overnight stay for the full experience, or come by to visit on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons for Pizza and see the new projects that are in progress ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pollywogg Holler Eco Resort