Airy, bright, private room, with queen-size hand-made bed, beautiful light from north and east facing windows. The room is on the second floor of the renowned café Table on Ten, at the heart of a small Catskills village.
On the second floor of pretty 1860's house in the village of Bloomville, Northwestern Catskills.
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Airy, bright, private room, with queen-size hand-made bed, beautiful light from north and east facing windows. Full bathroom with claw-foot tub and shower, shared with the 2nd floor suite (if occupied).
Wireless satellite internet, stainless steel Coleman cooler.
The room is on the second floor of the renowned café Table on Ten, at the heart of a small Catskills village. The café was recently featured in Condé Nast Traveler, Bon Appétit, Martha Stewart Living, Travel + Leisure, The New York Times, Remodelista, designtripper and Wilder Quarterly. The second floor room inherits Table on Ten's style and aesthetic - clean, simple, open, friendly. By staying with us, you become a de facto member of the amazing community that congregates downstairs; enjoy your first bottle of wine upstairs, on the house, then venture down and enjoy the food (gathered from local farms, dairies and producers), join in a workshop, browse around the microshop, or just sit, drink coffee, read or work at your laptop. And you can retreat to your room upstairs whenever you wish. Come down to sample the pizzas from the wood fired oven on Friday and Saturday evenings, participate in special dinners, workshops, other events. Or just lie back and take it easy.
Because we're a cafe, health regulations stipulate no dogs in the building.
For a general overview of stuff to do nearby, go to the AROUND section of our website.
Relaxing or deep-muscle bodywork is also available on site from Victoria Lundell, at reasonable rates, in our own designated room. Bookable through Table on Ten in advance.
Whilst not strictly a bed & breakfast, easy access to Table on Ten during its working hours facilitates you being able to enjoy breakfast and lunch on those days without having to adhere to a predetermined timetable. Please note: the café is closed Monday through Wednesday.
Thursday - Sunday 9 till 3 (breakfast and lunch)
Friday and Saturday 6 till 9 (wood-oven pizza)
Special Dinners occasionally on Sundays (request dates)
No need to stop on the way for wine or groceries. There's that first free bottle waiting for you in your room and we can run you up more from the cafe should you want it. We have a beer and wine license.
Great area for hiking, bicycling, visiting antique stores, yard sales, skiing and snowshoeing in winter, horseback riding, the Book Village of Hobart, Bovina, Delhi, Andes, Meredith, Cooperstown and many other undiscovered villages nearby. We can point you to trails, swimming holes, pack you a picnic, recommend farm-stands, other places to eat, walk, ride.
Or you can just stay close and enjoy the life in and around Table on Ten and its friends..
I had a wonderful weekend at Table on Ten. Unfortunately, Inez was not there, but Cat and Jason who help run the place were perfectly inviting. Everything from the linens, to the bookshelves, to the fennel pizza for dinner was simply lovely.
Thanks for the experience.
The stay at Table on Ten was perhaps the most lovely AirBnB experience we've had. From the moment of confirming our reservation, Inez made my girlfriend and I feel like old friends coming to visit. The room was indeed cosy, with great decor, a beautiful bed.
Then there's pizza night. Being from NYC we have a high bar, and the pizza here may well surpass any in the city. Plus, with the collection of classic films projected on the walls, it makes a wonderful experience.
It was a perfectly restful, and refreshing weekend. The attic suite is the next stop on our list.
My husband and I spent a long weekend in the Cosy Room above Table on Ten. We loved our stay- the room was clean, and aptly name with its soft lighting, comfortable linens, and other details that makes the room special. My favorite part? The wonderful library collection in the room. Inez is an attentive host, checking in on us and always available to answer our questions. She even scheduled our bodywork with Vicky (highly recommend!). Please dont miss out on the amazing food at Table on Ten. Pizza dinners and the cafe's breakfast/ lunch offerings are delicious. We'd love to come back in the warmer months and be able to explore the area more.
Amazing experience. The cozy room upstairs is exactly that. Beautifully decorated, wooden furniture and nice fabric window shades. The room cab get a little bit chilly during really cold days on winter but nothing too bad that cannot be solved with a extra heater. Very nice complimentary wine. Amazing Dod food downstairs. We are definitely going back in the Sumner to enjoy the hiking trial around the area and the lively backyard at ToT.
Thank you, Inez, for our lovely stay in the aptly named cozy room. We couldn't have asked for a better place to hibernate on a snowy January weekend. We look forward to our next visit to Bloomville, and until then we'll be dreaming of your 4-hour marinara.
We had a great time. The old house in which it is located is so charming and Inez and her husband have made it into a little oasis. Wonderful little cafe below. We also loved the pizza nights - table on ten is a gathering space for the neighboring communities. Super cosy, delicious food and warm, friendly people serving it, in a cute little village and beautiful rural surroundings. A gem!
Ines is a great a host, since the moment we arrived she was very welcoming. She showed us the room and was very friendly. The room was exactly as described. It was a beautiful and clean room. Thanks to the cozy atmosphere of the place, my boyfriend and I had a wonderful weekend. Additionally, the food is extremely delicious! I can't wait to go back again. Thank you so much Ines!
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I'm from Holland. I live in the village of Bloomville in the Catskills but I wander around Brooklyn every couple of weeks. I have a café in the village - Table on Ten - which also serves as a community gathering place and somewhere to experiment with locally sourced food.