The Inn has a really great feel to it to go along with the Woodstock town. There are pictures on the walls of the famous people that have stayed there. We were primarily to attend one of Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble which is right in the village of Woodstock and we heard that they go until midnight, so we wanted to stay close by. It was 5 minutes away from "The Ramble". We stayed in the least expensive room, which was $200.00 a night with a two night minimum because it was on the weekend. Our room was really nicely decorated in period style and there was a small flat screen tv and a whirlpool tub to make the accommodations a little nicer than your average inn. There was a back yard pool for guest use and the continental breakfast was yummy, with a lot of choices.
The village of Woodstock is pretty centrally located between Saugerties, Kingston and Phoenicia. We went to Kingston for a ride on the Hudson and went to Saugeties to see the lighthouse and to check out the antique stores (which weren't exciting) and we went to Phoenicia to ride on the Catskill Mountain train ride along the Esophus Creek. There are a lot of cute shops in Woodstock and there was great dining if you were a vegetarian, as we are.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxury in the heart of Woodstock village. An award-winning 1898 Victorian B&B with antique furnishings and private whirlpool bathtubs walking distance to fine restaurants, galleries, and hippie boutiques. ... more less