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The Kaaterskill

424 High Falls Road Ext, Catskill, NY 12414-5660
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#2 of 8 B&Bs / Inns in Catskill
A quiet and magical farm estate at the foot of the Catskills. 6 luxurious suites each include stone fireplace, jacuzzi and panoramic mountain views. Wander the private 32 acre grounds surrounded by the Kaaterskiill Creek with pond, stables, barn and skatehouse and see the wildlife and farm animals. Close to Hunter, Saugerties, Woodstock, Catskill and Hudson. Wireless internet and optional meal service available.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Snack bar
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
BBQ facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
Private check-in / check-out
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Room features
Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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Michael D wrote a review Nov 2021
North Bennington, Vermont2 contributions
We reserved a room at the Kaaterskill for a Saturday night. They wrote us to make sure we knew there was just one king bed in the room (we had children with us). We said that wasn't an issue, but we wanted to make sure the fold-out couch advertised was usable for our child. They said "we will set up a cot." So, confused, we said, but what about the couch? And just to be sure, is there a fireplace and a whirlpool, as advertised. They wrote back and said, oh sorry, never mind, we don't know what happened to your reservation, but we have no rooms available on Saturday. Can you stay with us on Friday (literally tonight) instead? Of course we couldn't -- because our reservation was for Saturday Because the checkin is automated, had we not had this chance exchange, we would have driven two hours tomorrow to stay at a property with no rooms, with no one there to rectify the problem. And now we don't have a place to stay on Saturday at all. Our money is being refunded, but frankly that's not good enough: they wrecked our plans.
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Date of stay: November 2021
Ellen L wrote a review Aug 2021
Plymouth, Michigan4 contributions2 helpful votes
This property could be and should be a gem, but it is NOT! It is in terrible disrepair, and customer service is nonexistent. We were extremely disappointed. Price is totally inconsistent with the condition of the property.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Stefania S wrote a review Jun 2021
New York City, New York49 contributions64 helpful votes
We booked 1 night in at The Kaaterskill in the middle of May, looking forward to spending a weekend away from the city in a remote and quiet location. The location was as expected, remote and scenic. However, the room was a total disappointment for us. First of all, the water: it stinks of sulfur so badly that you don't want to even wash your hands with it. We had to take a shower after a long hike and it was awful, as the water kept stinking even after we let it run for a bit. Shortly after even the bedroom was full of the sulfur stench. There is also a jacuzzi in the bathroom that we would have loved to use, but who wants to take a stinky bath? We had to use bottled water to brush our teeth and wash our face since we did not want any of that putrid water in our mouth. We went on a cold weekend and yet the AC was always on. The thermostat was broken so there was no way to adjust the temperature or just turn it off; when the sun went down, we simply froze in the room. We would have even been ok with the uncomfortable temperature and the awfully stinky water but the cherry on top was that our bedroom was side by side with the mechanical room with the AC compressor. The machine was so loud that the wall between the two rooms vibrates constantly. Since we escaped the city to get away from noise, to get to such a remote location and having to listen to a compressor all night long was like a sad joke. We called the management, as they are not on site, and asked if they could move us to a different room. They told us that there were no other rooms available (maybe it was true but we really did not see that many other people), that they could do nothing for the AC compressor and temperature, and to just start the fireplace to warm up. There was no fire starter of any kind and no place nearby to buy any, so we just kept being cold. As soon as the morning came, we left as quickly as possible and we were so glad we had only booked for one night. Overall, we thought it was a rip off, as the price was high and absurd for what we got. Maybe if you go there and you get a different, quiet room, on a warm weekend and you are lucky enough that the water does not stink anymore, you can have a nice stay. It was not the case for us.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Kamilla K wrote a review Apr 2021
11 contributions10 helpful votes
I was hesitant because of the negative reviews and higher price than similar places in the area but I am very glad I ended up staying here for the weekend! Definitely know what you're getting into - there's a number to call which we didn't need to use but otherwise there aren't really any staff on the property. No cleaners or food service either. The room is lovely - very cozy. Comfortable bed, dead quiet at night. Very spacious and nicely decorated in general, with a cute patio for watching the scenery in the morning. And the animals are the best part!! We brought carrots, apples, wafer cookies and basically spent the whole weekend mostly hanging out with them and going on hikes around the property. Make sure to bring shoes you can walk through mud in! Unfortunately you can't ride the horses but I still enjoyed spending time with them. The fireplace is a great addition - we would get takeout and just eat in front of it every night. TV has a Roku so you can watch Netflix and the other streaming service without any additional devices. Wifi seemed fast, although we didn't use it much. The Jacuzzi is amazing, and there is a kitchenette separate from everything with a microwave, fridge and utensils. It's definitely removed from civilization (which is the charm here!) - there's a Walmart a 15-20 minute drive away but otherwise I would try to sort out dinner plans early and bring what you'll need with you. The only things I did not like was the water - it does smell strong of sulfur as others have noted. It was fine after running a tap for a good 3-5 minutes so I just took baths instead of shower but it was still annoying when I had to wash my face, brush my teeth etc. Bring some fresh water with you because I definitely wouldn't drink the tap here. Oh also the fireplace does not light with the wood and starter they provided - we had to get some lighter fluid separately to get it to work.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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xhavoc wrote a review Nov 2020
Easthampton, Massachusetts27 contributions8 helpful votes
Was here for my youngest's wedding in this damn covid time. A small event that was made fun with my daughter and her grooms ability to influx fun into it. The Inn itself was out of our price range for the night a $250-270 affair. We asked for an early check in and the staff had our room ready when we got there was very nice. The head of staff Alex was very friendly and accommodating. The room was very warm though with all the pagan decor everywhere you might get the wrong vibe. Our bed was very comfortable and the fireplace was a certain plus for our stay! The cons other than the price weren't many. Unfortunately the water smelled bad! Must have been the chlorine in it. Reminded me of living in Florida, rotten eggs. My wife used the bath spa but because of the smell I did not. The only other problem we had was the grill that my son in law used stopped working mid-coking I think because the propane regulator froze. Not really the Inn's fault but was a drag just the same. Wouldn't recommend to the price conscience but as far as a nice getaway it was very enjoyable:)
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Date of stay: October 2020
US$175 - US$292 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Kaaterskill
Which popular attractions are close to The Kaaterskill?
Nearby attractions include Kaaterskill Falls (7.5 km), The Old Catskill Game Farm (6.1 km), and Kaaterskill Falls (7.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Kaaterskill?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and a hot tub.
Which room amenities are available at The Kaaterskill?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The Kaaterskill?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at The Kaaterskill?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Kaaterskill?
Conveniently located restaurants include Circle W General Store, Rip Van Winkle Brewing Company, and Ambrosia Diner.
Are pets allowed at The Kaaterskill?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Kaaterskill?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to The Kaaterskill?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Olana State Historic Site (11.5 km), Thomas Cole National Historic Site (10.1 km), and The Clermont Mansion (11.9 km).