If you’re looking for a secluded and tranquil getaway in the Catskill mountains then look no further! Escape to our charming 130-year-old farmhouse nestled in the Catskills where you will be greeted with stunning mountain views, an outdoor pool and most importantly, peace and quiet! Our spacious and beautifully restored farmhouse is perfect for families, couples, or groups of friends and is located just 2.5hrs from NYC!
With 4 large bedrooms, our farmhouse comfortably sleeps up to 8 guests. Each bedroom is spacious and tastefully decorated with comfortable beds, high-quality linens, and plenty of storage space.
The farmhouse features an open-concept kitchen and dining area with high-end amenities. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to cook up a storm. The huge porcelain farm sink and walnut dining table add unique touches to the space. Make sure to take in the streaming sunlight and mountain scenery through the extra large windows as you are preparing meals.
Kick off your day with a coffee or tea on the front porch taking in the country scenery. Or relax in our deep soaking tub or in 9×4 concrete spa rain shower while gazing out into the mountains.
As the day warms, take advantage of our 24 foot above-ground pool to cool off. And if the water is not for you, fire up the BBQ perfect for outdoor cooking and dining and enjoy the back porch with mountain views. If you feel adventurous, put on some sneakers and take a nice hike up Skunk Hollow Road. The views are gorgeous from there.
After dinner, relax in the cozy living room, featuring an indoor Morso wood stove that adds to the warm and welcoming atmosphere of the farmhouse. There are also plenty of board games to keep you busy! Or if you prefer, relax around the firepit outside with a smore or two!
Whatever your preference, there’s something for everyone at the Fall Clove Farmhouse!
Our contemporary and modern country accommodations provide you with comfort and sophistication as well as offer panoramic views of some of the most picturesque locations – all found in Upstate New York.