Catskills Farm Stays
Enjoy your morning coffee overlooking lush farm fields filled with friendly livestock. Farm stays have become increasingly popular in the Catskills as agritourism in the region grows. At Stone and Thistle Farm, a working livestock and goat dairy farm, you’ll experience country life first-hand when you stay in their 1863 Green Revival farmhouse. After a big farm-style breakfast, take a tour of the land and get your hands dirty helping with some of the daily chores.
Barn Bungalow Experience
If you’re not ready to fully embrace farm life, visit The Milk Barn in Hankins, a turn-of-the-century dairy barn transformed into an uber-stylish retreat perfect for an artist’s escape or insta-worthy photoshoot. The main house sleeps six, and there are also two small guest houses to help accommodate larger parties. Explore the fifteen private acres the barn rests on, and take a refreshing dip in the swimming pond on hot summer days.
Unique Wilderness Stay
If you prefer wilderness to farm life, but want more comfort than traditional camping allows, try glamping! From decked-out safari-style platform tents complete with full beds, to the traditional tipis of Bellfire Tipi and the yurts of Harmony Hill Lodging and Retreat Center, there are many styles of glamping available in the Catskills. Tiny Houses are also a great way to embrace the simplicity of nature, or to maximize your time together by minimizing space and distractions. In the Catskills, you can even indulge your childhood fantasies of sleeping in a treehouse!