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 The Inn is thrilled to have been featured in many notable publications including the New York Times, 1000 Places to See Before You Die, And North, and more.

 

newspapers/print media

Four Great Fly Fishing Destinations - the New York Times

Country Elegance - Catskills Confidential

1000 Places to See Before You Die - Workman Publishing


 HAPPY GUESTS

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Spent glorious week after Labor Day at this charming inn set in a valley with frontage on the Beaverkill River. After taking advantage of its numerous amenities (indoor swimming pool, ping pong, billiards, croquet, tennis, hiking trails, to name a few), we enjoyed gourmet dinners on the patio overlooking the spacious grounds and flower beds. Service is second to none meeting vegetarian needs at every meal. All facilities from our room, to the common living rooms and lounge areas, to the manicured lawns and gardens were in tip-top shape. Clearly staff takes pride in their work! An enjoyable and relaxing stay we won’t forget.
— Beverly
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While extremely helpful and attentive, down to every last detail, the staff’s demeanor remained confidently relaxed and unhurried. The overall feeling and atmosphere of the Inn gave way to an entirely restful and peaceful stay for our entire family. Meals too, exceeded expectations, with staff deftly catering to our family’s needs – and the food was simple delicious!
— Joseph

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Such a lovely inn, decor, staff, location, food and more. We loved this place the minute we arrived and hated to leave. Perfect setting with fly-fishing, trail walks, swimming, games and delicious food. Kathy and the rest of the friendly staff made us feel right at home. We cannot wait to return!
— Muffy

Wanted to see Fall colors, came to Beaverkill Inn, and not only got to see a show of colorful leaves, but the historic Inn was full of history, a running stream out front for fishing or just viewing, beautiful trails to hike, and possibly the best dinner we’ve ever had. It was small, intimate, quiet, beautiful and peaceful with an amazing staff.
— Hollis

The warm crackling fires, comfortable couches and fresh fallen snow allowed the Inn to take on the role of a home away from home. This already stunning experience was further enhanced by the personable and professional Inn staff who we came to know on a first name basis and who were always available to meet every need and request, be it another handmade cocktail from the bar or warm blanket for curling up in in front of the fire.
— Mick
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Dinner on the deck, the bonfire in the meadow, the breakfast room, pool, and hikes — all encouraged talk and laughter. A lovely experience from check-in to check-out.
— Kat

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My daughter’s wedding was held at the Beaverkill Valley Inn over the weekend. Can’t say enough about the Inn, surroundings, food, service and overall experience. The wedding went off perfectly from start to finish. We booked the Inn fully for the wedding. The staff must be complimented on their total attention to our needs. They were helpful, friendly and made you feel like family. The food from breakfast to dinner was outstanding. I would recommend the Beaverkill Valley Inn for anything from a quiet weekend to a full blown affair.
— Steve

What a wonderful property. Fly fishing out the backdoor. Home cooking fit for a king. Swimming, billiards and ping pong for all. Relax by one of the several fireplaces with a drink and book. A must stay for the rustic, outdoors people.
— AJ

But the setting is more than just for fishing. I can only fish a few hours at a time and I like to just relax with a book or listen to the Sox on my iPhone (with earbuds). The Inn’s property is conducive to finding a peaceful spot to do so. The wraparound porch has plenty of furnishings and lots of room. You could chat with other guests if you choose or find a place to be by yourself.
— Gerard
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What an adventure! The pool, game rooms, basketball court, ice cream parlor and comfy spots to curl up with a book all made a big hit. Then came the food ! Awesome, as my grandson announced. All of this produced, managed and maintained by a staff of wonderful, kind and extremely hard working folks who will seemingly do anything in their power to insure your stay is satisfying. Once again, treated like visiting royalty. We had our own table beautifully set up for every meal, a private room for our anniversary dinner, every food issue addressed and all with an “invisible” staff. Incredible. We all had a wonderful weekend and came home with many treasured memories.
— Loy

Great place to visit and stay. Enjoyed my visit, very relaxing, staff was super friendly would go out of their way to help. Best part for me was relaxing with a book on the porch. Was there in early July and the weather was perfect!.
— Tyler

The attention to detail is apparent everywhere you look, and if you’re looking for a relaxing getaway from the city, this is the perfect spot. We are avid fly fishermen and couldn’t believe how great the fishing was right outside of the Inn on their private water. Amazing! We will definitely be back.
— Jan

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Great place to escape from New York, enjoy great fly fishing and friendly service and good food surrounded by nature and wildlife. We already went 6 times, with and without kids.. And we are a French- Japanese couple living in Asia. Apart from great fly fishing in the river, very nice indoor pool, tennis court, and lovely historical building with a porch where you can enjoy a drink for sunset while watching the deers grazing.
— Stephane