Place to Stay in New Paltz

Posted on: November 28th, 2013 by Erin Weir No Comments

800px-Mohonk_Mountain_House_2011_View_of_Mohonk_Guest_Rooms_from_One_Hiking_Trail_FRD_3205New Paltz, like much of the Hudson Valley, is blanketed with cozy bed and breakfasts, and boutique hotels, which range from budget friendly to ultra luxurious.  However you will find some all inclusive hotels which will cater to your every need.

Hungry Ghost Guest House – Touted as one of the world’s best “active retreats”, the Hungry Ghost Guest House is a great place to go for anyone who enjoys an active lifestyle! Mike is an elite distance runner and takes pleasure in taking guests on guided runs through the area.  The b&b is also only a short distance from over 70 miles of great running trails as well as great cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

Inn at Orchard Heights – This beautifully restored Queen Ann Victorian home was built in 1888 and boasts luxurious, spacious accommodations.  Enjoy sitting in the comfortable parlor, or take some time to enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains.  Start each day with hearty breakfast prepared by your hosts and served with homemade delicacies.

Moondance Ridge Bed and BreakfastMaplestone Inn  – Start each morning with a gourmet three course breakfast, created from herbs from the house’s own garden, and produce from local farms. Enjoy private walking paths, a pond with a waterfall, and gardens that are gorgeous, even in winter.

Maplestone Inn – Sitting on seven  acres of lawn, garden and forest, Maplestone Inn is a beautifully renovated farmhouse built in 1790.   Enjoy time in your spacious room, with a private bath.  Enjoy easy access to the nearby spa for massages and spa treatments.  Start each day with breakfast in bed, or enjoy a sumptuous three course breakfast downstairs in the dining room.


Mohonk Mountain House – A stay at Mohonk Mountain House will drain away all your tension and stress. This gorgeous Victorian style castle was built in the 1860s, the house showcases the beauty of Victorian craft work and woodwork, with its ornate fireplaces and window frames.  The resort sits on the shores of Lake Mohonk, and in winter features fantastic ice skating, cross country skiing and snowshoeing.  Also enjoy an award winning spa, a heated pool, and a solarium for relaxation and rejuvenation.


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