- Belleayre Mountain
- Grand Gorge
- Highland Lake
- Hunter Mountain
- Lake Hill
- Lake Huntington
- Livingston Manor
- Mohican Lake
- Mount Tremper
- Pond Eddy
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Catskills Travel Tips
Getting to the Catskills
The Catskills Mountains include the counties of Delaware, Greene, Ulster and Sullivan. Catskills vacation rentals are easily accessed with Interstate Highways I-81, I-84, I-86, I-87, I-90 among the routes into this beautiful region. Coming by plane, visitors will choose from Albany International or Sullivan County International airports. It is also easily accessed by rail or bus. Vacationers to Catskills resorts will find the perfect area for winter or summer pursuits.
Catskills Cabins are Perfect for Outdoor Enthusiasts
Catskills cabins are perfect vacation spots for outdoor enthusiasts, with a huge variety of activities available throughout the year. Here visitors can go boating, tubing, kayaking, golfing, fishing or horseback riding. There are countless hiking and biking trails. For the adventurous, there are gliding or skydiving opportunities. In the winter, it is a wonderland for downhill or cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice skating.
There is Much to do by Catskill Vacation Rentals
In addition to the activities available, there are a variety of great day trips to be enjoyed around Catskill vacation rentals. Tour a working farm and discover more about renewable energy at Apple Pond Farm. Observe the local elk in their natural environment at Armstrong’s Elk Farm. Visitors here can also learn to climb, snowshoe or fly fish at Alpine Endeavors. Visit the historic waterfront village of Athens where over 300 buildings are on the National and State Historic Registers, with architecture from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Children will enjoy Breezeway Farm with a variety of farm animals, including llamas, to pet and ponies to ride.
The Catskill Forest Preserve in Ulster County is 300,000 acres of meadows, forests, rivers, lakes and waterfalls, making for wonderful hiking. At Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History, visitors can tour a stockade settlement to learn more about the life of early settlers, demonstrations of blacksmithing and candle-making. Enjoy a cruise along the Hudson River with dinner and dancing. Take a ride into the sky at Hunter Mountain to enjoy the panoramic views across the region and hike to Katterskill Falls, the highest waterfall in New York State. If you have ever dreamed of being a cowboy, head to Lazy S Ranch and learn to ride, rope, sort cattle and more at their cowboy school. Learn to canoe or kayak at Lake Wawaka, an enchanting place with blue heron, beaver and fish jumping right out of the water.
After a hard day filled with fun, visitors may be tempted to head back to their Catskills cabin and just chill out. But don’t let the beautiful setting fool you; if you are looking for great restaurants or nightlife, there are plenty of options available nearby. Visitors can make the most of their fully equipped kitchens. They can also BBQ and sit back on their own deck, with spectacular views.
Catskills Cabins, Welcome Home
Looking for a spacious home for a vacation with extended family or a group of friends? You will find the perfect property here. Need a romantic trip away from it all with a private lake just for two? You will find it here. Whatever you need, there is an ideal place just waiting for you. All homes are equipped with everything you need and much more. In fact, they include wonderful extras to make your Catskill vacation home a great location. Who wants to confine their relaxation to one room or public areas when these houses are truly homes away from home?