Town Guide #4: Cold Spring
Hi there! Welcome to the fourth edition of our HUTS Town Guide Series. Today we’re profiling Cold Spring,Read more
Hi there! Welcome to the third in our HUTS Town Guide Series. Today we’re profiling Roxbury, a delightful hamlet that meets the eastern branch of the Delaware River among the Catskill Mountains. An ideal locale for outdoor enthusiasts with endless mountain views, Roxbury is also designated a “Preserve America Community.” This distinction recognizes communities which use historic assets for economic development and community revitalization.
Chappie’s offers Roxbury locals and travelers alike good food and good company. This location has been serving up solid eats to the folks of Roxbury for generations, with its roots on Main Street as a diner called “Budds” and then later as “Cassie’s Café.” The current ownership appeals to the Brooklyn set with artisanal pizzas and local craft IPAs. Swing by in the morning as well for some soul satisfying buttermilk pancakes.
Hit the slopes at one of the last family owned and operated ski mountains in the Catskill region, Plattekill Mountain. The laid-back atmosphere at Plattekill evokes a nostalgic 80s ski movie montage, and emphasizes family fun. With 38 trails for winter skiing and snowboarding, and summertime mountain biking and yoga, you really can’t go wrong with a day at Plattekill.
All Aboard! the Delaware & Ulster Railroad, a dream ride for the vintage train buff and old timey adventurer. Sit back and relax as you chug along the bucolic scenery of the Delaware. You can even be part of an old fashioned train robbery if you’ve always wanted to watch the Sheriff and his deputies take down those pesky Catskill Mountain Bushwackers.
If you’re looking to get whimsical, be sure to book Maryann’s Coconut Cream Pie theme room at the Roxbury Motel or step up your game in the Dashing Haberdasher suite at the neighboring sister property Roxbury at Stratton Hall. The proprietors describe the Roxbury experience as what would happen if “Alice in Wonderland married Willy Wonka and set up residence in the Wizard of Oz.” I don’t think we need to say much more – you gotta check this place out for yourself.
For those looking for peace and quiet in the Catskills, this 19 acre lot featuring mature trees, rocky outcrops, and plenty of potential for incredible views might just be the right spot. Bonus: there is a spring on the property! Click here for more information on this listing,
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