A quaint, intimate Inn on the Little Beaverkill River. Private accommodations with fully-equipped kitchen and large back yard along the river. The owners Kim & Rob also operate a restaurant and art gallery next door and are available 24/7.
Our quaint, antique-filled inn is located in the beautiful Catskills along a year-round river, 1 1/2 hours drive from New York City. Come and stay in a lovely historic house by the river and enjoy the nature and amenities. It is fully equipped for a nice vacation with lots to do in the area.
Our policy is whether you are 1 guest or more you get the whole house to yourself - you won't share with unknown guests.
We have 4 charming rooms and 1 1/2 baths - 2 queens, 1 double and 1 twin - which will accommodate up to 7 guests comfortably. There is also a futon in the living room, and a queen size airbed with bedding for 3 more. The single bedroom is on the first floor and the other three are upstairs. The house has a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, cable TV and wifi. There is also a DVD player & some DVDs, and a CD player with an Ipod/Iphone hookup. In the mornings, enjoy a continental breakfast supplied for you with coffees, teas, cereals, milk & juices. In the summer outside we have a charcoal grill and picnic table for a riverside barbecue and a badminton game set up.
Check-in time is 3:00 pm. If you want to check in before then, please just let us know. Check out time is 11:00 am.
There are many activities for a perfect vacation. We are 20 minutes from Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center. We are 10 minutes from Monticello Casino and Raceway. We are close to the Willowemoc River and Livingston Manor for the best trout fishing ever. Close by is an educational New York State trout hatchery, Hunter Lake for motorboating, for camping and swimming Mongaup Pond State Park and Neversink Reservoir for rowboating and fishing.
Other things to do in the area are horseback riding at Bridle Hill Farm or Sonoma Falls where there is also a cider mill & country store, hiking, camping, antiquing, yoga classes at Just Breathe Yoga, visiting art galleries such as Catskill Art Society and art exhibits at Catskill Artists Gallery and Liberty Art Museum. In wintertime cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. Holiday Mountain is a small family mountain 15 minutes away. Belleayre and Plattekill are 1 hour away for nice downhill skiing.
These other places you shouldn't miss: wineries BashaKill and Eminence Road Farm, shops in Livinsgton Manor: Morgan Outdoors, Willow & Brown, Main Street Farm, Brandenburg Bakery, Catskill Brewery and restaurant Hello Bistro. In Roscoe take a tour through the Prohibition Distillery.
Enjoy the lovely rural surroundings. We are your hosts, so please ask us anything and we will be pleased to make you comfortable during your stay.
Hiking, biking, maple sugar houses, yoga classes, swimming, Bethel Woods Performing Arts, Catskill Brewery, Prohibition Vodka Distillery, sightseeing, Rails to Trails
We have our residence and our restaurant/art gallery adjacent to the Inn. Whenever you would like to chat with us, we are available, but we believe in your privacy. We give you the key and we don't enter the Inn for cleaning or anything else during your stay. We want you to feel at home at the Inn as though it was your own house.
Our neighborhood is the little hamlet of Parksville. This hamlet was thriving when the O & W Railroad ran through it, but has had an economic downturn since then. It looks a little like a ghost town, but is very walkable and fun to see the historical corner pharmacy where Steven King last year filmed a scene for his HBO movie "Bag of Bones." Not a long drive west from Parksville is lovely Livingston Manor with interesting shops, a bakery, a brewery, a local grocery store, and a beautiful school on the river that runs through. And 5 miles distance are all amenities like grocery, hardware, bank, liquor store, tailor, pet supplies, etc.
There is a Shortline bus that comes right to Parksville. However, we recommend driving because the sightseeing is worthwhile by car.
We had a short but great time. Felt super welcome - def stop by for dinner at the Cafe!
The Rolling River Inn is the perfect getaway from the city life.The scenery and views are amazing. We'd love to be back for a longer stay.The food at their Café was delicious; Rob and the staff were very pleasant and welcoming. What's more, Kim was very kind to let us check in early! A big thank you to the Rolling River River Family :)
If you have something to do near the area or just need a relaxing weekend, I'd definitely recommend staying at the Inn
Rob and Kim are very cool. The inn is very warm and charming with a nice rolling stream in the back. It is close to the road, but at night, you barely hear a car go past, so it is peaceful and relaxing. The restaurant next door was very enjoyable.
Rolling River Inn is quaint and quirky and a great place to stay in the area. We and our two dogs enjoyed the property behind the Inn (the dogs found many interesting things to sniff), and we found the house well equipped and well laid out. The largest bedroom gets a fair amount of road noise, but we moved to another room and found it very quiet.
Great place... had it to ourselves for the night. The decor was among the most interesting we've seen (newspaper wallpaper, guest "graffiti", etc. We'd highly recommend for a getaway.
Kim was fantastic. The house was lovely, and my boyfriend and I loved that we had the entire house to ourselves. The grounds, also, were wonderful and tranquil, and we loved that we were steps away from the restaurant. We also liked the emphasis on organic/local/community involvement. We wish we had more time to stay there; it was a very tranquil visit, just what we needed. We'd love to come back!
The Inn was superb! There are three good sized bedrooms upstairs with a large full bath. Downstairs rooms are also good sized. The floor squeaks a bit but that's expected from a house with this charm and age. My favorite spot was the large window and counter in the kitchen overlooking the backyard. A river runs in the backyard and a beautiful waterfall is only a hundred yards away. Mongaup pond is also just a few miles up the road.
Kim is a very kind host, great to work with.
The most impressive part of the stay was the cafe next door. The authentic eastern european cuisine Kim's husband Rob churns out is just unbelievable. I eat a lot of different cuisines but this one is a STAR. I will definitely go back again, with friends and family.
If only we had more time! We just stayed one night as my husband was participating in the nearby Woodstock Triathalon, and that's where we were most of the time (we had to wake up really early Saturday morning, but we were able to take advantage of the coffee maker!). It was a great family weekend and we loved that our dog could stay with us. The river in the back was definitely where we spent most of our time when we were at the house because the weather was perfect. The house was charming and cozy, just what we needed. We weren't able to stop by the cafe next door like we had wanted to - we just didn't have enough time. We took many pictures this weekend and it will be memorable for our family. Thank you Kim!!
I spent one night at Rolling in and it went above my expectation! The house is so cute, lots of space and very authentic!! The bathroom is so relaxing (you have to go to understand ;) !). Kim is also very nice and I could smell the food from her restaurant from the house! I will definitely go back!
This is our third time staying at the Rolling River Inn. I think that speaks for itself. The hosts are very nice and we always have a meal at their excellent restaurant next door. I recommend the Chicken Marsala. Despite how close they are, they never hover and really let you enjoy the house and grounds as if it's your own. We'll be back for sure.
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