Things to Do in the Catskills - Check out the Local Arts Scene

The arts scene in the Catskills is thriving both with talented creators native to the region and those who left NYC to enjoy the endless inspiration our region provides.

If you’ve already checked out the popular Dia:Beacon and Storm King Art Center further east and are ready to dive into the Catskills scene, here are favorite cool, interesting places to find great art.

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A Beaverkill Valley Inn Wedding Featured in New York Magazine's The Cut

In August 2018, the Inn was the venue for a gorgeous wedding for Brooke Wall and Jason Cannon. We’re thrilled that it’s been featured on New York Magazine’s The Cut! The weekend featured beautiful weather, delicious food, and even custom lodging tents on the grounds - a first for the Inn! The stylish Brooke even walked down the aisle with an owl on her custom J. Mendel falconer glove.

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A Weekend of Introducing New Anglers to the Art of Fly Fishing - by The Catskill Angler

By the afternoon everyone was suited up ready to start catching fish. Armed with new knowledge and brimming with confidence, it wasn’t long before I was netting fish and handing out flies all up and down the river. Hendricksons, March Browns, a few Olives but the fly no fish could resist was the Rusty Spinner.

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Things to Do in the Catskills - Nest Catskills, Livingston Manor

If you’re a design aficionado, your trip to the Catskills is incomplete without a visit to the iconic Nest boutique on Livingston Manor’s Main Street. Founded by former Vogue design director Anna Bern, the perfectly curated Nest is a design lover’s Mecca.

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Introducing Saturdays with Nick - Fly Fishing Instruction at the Beaverkill Valley Inn

The Inn is thrilled to have the famed “Catskill Angler,” Nick Rubicco, as its official fishing guide. Nick is an experienced fly fishing instructor and all-around great guy - our guests love learning from him! Nick will be at the Beaverkill Inn every Saturday during fishing season for fly fishing and casting instruction.

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The Perfect Catskills Day Trip for the Devoted Foodie

The Catskills have always been known for their lush mountains, trout-filled rivers, and rich history, but in the last few years, the food of the Catskills has become more popular than ever. From local breweries to bespoke tasting menus to cool new restaurants, the Catskills is a perfect weekend getaway for foodies.

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Your Guide to Planning a Corporate Retreat in the Catskills

So, you’re looking for the perfect spot to host your company’s corporate retreat or employee incentive trip. You need a place that offers great food, has enough activities to keep everyone occupied but also has the capability to host meetings, and is easy to get to from New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, or Connecticut. You’re in luck - you’ve found the Beaverkill Valley Inn.

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Your Guide to Planning a Catskills Destination Wedding

The Catskills and Hudson Valley are an increasingly popular wedding destinations, and for good reason! Brides and grooms who don’t want a traditional catering hall wedding, who want to plan longer “wedding weekends,” and who want to avoid the very high cost of city weddings are flocking to the Catskills to plan their special days.

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Things to Do in the Catskills - Catskill Brewery, Livingston Manor

Right off Route 17 and conveniently on the way to the Inn, the Catskill Brewery is a must for your trip north of NYC. This friendly spot features a selection of house-made craft beers, from IPAs to Pilsners to small batch seasonal selections and beyond.

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The Birthplace of American Fly Fishing for Over 100 Years- the History of the Beaverkill Valley Inn

Originally named the Bonnie View Inn, The Beaverkill Valley Inn was constructed by Mr. and Mrs. J. Rankin Towse in 1895. It is considered a combination of Homestead and American Foursquare styling of Turn of the Century Post-Victorian Domestic Architecture. The Inn is characterized by a wrap- around porch extending the length of the building.

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