Places to Stay

Bed and Breakfasts

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Bed and Eggs

43 Montgomery Hollow Rd. Roxbury, NY 12474
607-326-6184
iwanttostay@bedandeggs.com
www.bedandeggs.com

Bed and Eggs offers a warm, comfortable place to get away for the weekend. Central to locally grown produce stands, beautiful hiking trails and fire towers, wedding venues, golfing, skiing and mountain biking, scenic rail rides, and unique shops and restaurants, it’s easy to fill each day with a new adventure while visiting Roxbury. If you simply wish to stay put for a day, our stream is great for fishing, and the new stone patio provides a quiet retreat for reading a book or dreaming the day away. And for those off days, board games and puzzles are available upon request.
The one-bedroom apartment features a full kitchen (including a complimentary half dozen fresh eggs), dining area, living room, and private bathroom. The bedroom has a queen sized bed, a 5-drawer dresser, and a full-sized closet. Onsite parking is available for up to two vehicles.

Roxbury Bed and Breakfast

1239 Old River Road, Roxbury New York 12474
(607) 326-7847
rosetorre@catskill.net
www.roxburybed-breakfast.com

The Roxbury Bed and Breakfast is a charming country home nestled on six natural, wooded, mountain acres.
The B&B includes two double rooms, both with sliding doors and view of the woods. There’s a shared modern bathroom. Cable TV, stocked bookshelves, homemade breads and pastries add to the cozy atmosphere.

Enjoy a large country breakfast featuring our fresh baked muffins, rolls and other tasty baked goods. The innkeepers prides themselves on providing warm and friendly hospitality in a homey, country atmosphere. Guests receive complimentary refreshments upon arrival and will always find spotlessly clean accommodations.

Margaretville Mountain Inn

1478 Margaretville Mountain Road, Margaretville NY 12455
(845) 586-3933
mmibnb@catskill.net
www.margaretvilleinn.com

This historic Queen Anne Victorian was built atop Margaretville Mountain in 1886 to take full advantage of the spectacular view of Catskill Mountain State Park. From an original slate roof, to interior and exterior woodwork, the home has been lovingly cared for and superbly preserved.

The house is further complemented by fine antiques and period interior design and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The inn was the recipient of Distinguished Property Award by InnKeeper.com

The inn features a sitting room with cable TV and VCR and there’s a Jacuzzi hot tub on site. All guest rooms have flat screen TVs and private baths. Free Wi-Fi on site. Whether it’s a relaxing weekend getaway, wedding event, family reunion or an extended stay — affordable luxury and comfort await guests. Rates include gourmet breakfasts served in the formal dining room.

The Margaretville Mountain Inn is located only nine miles from Belleayre Mountain and 10 miles from Plattekill Mountain.

Susan’s Pleasant Pheasant Farm

1 Bragg Hollow Road, Halcottsville NY 12438
(607) 326-4266
www.pleasantpheasantfarm.com

Susan’s Pleasant Pheasant Farm is located on a mile of river just north of Margaretville, in the small hamlet of Halcottsville, about five miles from the hamlet of Roxbury.

The river and Lake Wawaka offer great nature sightings on a daily basis. The East Branch of the Delaware River starts a few miles upstream of the inn’s millhouse waterfall.

Turn off Route 30 into the hamlet and step back in time. This rural oasis has minimal traffic, interesting character, no stoplights, a post office, a church, a lake, plus Susan¹s Pleasant Pheasant Farm Bed and Breakfast as well as the inn owners’ Old Town Kayaks and Canoes enterprise and magic business.

In the winter, discount ski tickets are available for both Belleayre and Plattekill Mountain. In the summer, kayaking, canoeing, hiking and picnicking all around the lake property.

Stone Tavern Farm Bed and Breakfast Accommodations

2080 Upper Meeker Hollow Road, Roxbury NY 12474
(607) 326-3600
stonetavern@catskill.net
www.stonetavernfarm.com

Spend a weekend or a week at the historic Stone Tavern Farm, where camping isn’t just for kids and trail rides are part of the deal. Or enjoy bed and breakfast-style accommodations in a historic mountain farm. Built in 1803 by Ira Hicks, the Stone Tavern was originally used as an overnight stop for oxen drivers who took milk and other goods over the mountains. The 400-acre property has been in the Burrows family off and on for 150 years and was a working dairy farm until 1980.

Additions to the house have been made, but the original stone tavern remains structurally unchanged. Stone Tavern Farm is now dedicated to horseback riding; offering lessons, boarding, trail rides and a summer horse camp for the kids. But Stone Tavern hosts John and Danielle Burrows have also opened the Stone Tavern to guests and offer topnotch bed & breakfast accommodations and a unique luxury catered camping experience.

The private upstairs accommodations are in the original stone tavern and include three bedrooms and one bathroom. The master bedroom has a king size bed and its own stone fireplace, another has one queen size bed and the third has two twin beds with a crib available. The spa-like bathroom offers two sinks, a Jacuzzi tub, shower massage head and plenty of room to move around. These rooms will accommodate up to six people. Babysitting is available.

In addition to the B&B rooms, Stone Tavern offers a bungalow sleeping quarters separate from the house. It has a comfortable queen sized bed, kitchenette and a sauna! The unit is located away from the house so guests can come and go as they like. Visitors can join others for breakfast, or sleep in and prepare their own meals.

Guests are welcome to sit in front of the original stone fireplace in the tavern’s main room. Relax on overstuffed leather sofas and watch TV or just relax in front of the fire. Farm fresh breakfast in the large country dining room is included. Stone Tavern guests also have privileges to use the swimming pond, picnic facilities and hike to their heart’s content on the expansive, beautiful property.

Scudder Hill House

Scudder Hill Road, 24 County Highway 8, Roxbury, NY 12474
(607) 326-7310
scudderhillhouse@catskill.net
www.scudderhillhouse.com

Nestled in the Catskills, Scudder Hill House is just minutes from Plattekill and Belleayre mountains, offering skiing in the winter and mountain biking in the summer.

As a family-run and -owned bed and breakfast, the B&B offers genuine hospitality, comfort and hominess wrapped in simple elegance that keeps guests coming back.

Built in 1860, this B&B has a touch of old-world charm. Scudder Hill House is located in the Town of Roxbury and offers easy access to skiing at Plattekill and Belleayre mountains.

Guests receive a full continental breakfast in the common room, which is equipped with a computer, phone, small refrigerator and microwave. It is available to guests day and night.