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In the heart of Woodstock Village, this historic guesthouse features free Wi-Fi and uniquely styled guest rooms. Various local shops, art galleries, and restaurants are within a 5-minute walk. I loved the old style of the property, the attention to detail. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
Great flea market in a nice little park, tasty restaurants, great thrift store called castaways has nice stuff. Unique shops in a bucolic setting. Sylvia's is a nice restaurant for foodies, and Joshua's restaurant, sit upstairs, feels like you're in a tree house.
Woodstock was a great little town to visit. My boyfriend and I hiked the Kaaterskill Falls and Overlook Mountain while we were there. I absolutely recommend the Falls! The hike was somewhat steep but short enough where you felt like you earned the reward (the view) very quickly. And Overlook Mountain was probably the best hike we’ve been on, but because it was five miles in total, we stopped many times to catch our breath and grab some water. But it was well worth the view! The town itself was also awesome. We checked out the little mom and pop shops in the center of town and ate at Shindig, Woodstock Pizza Theater, and the Garden Cafe while there. The food was delicious, as well as non-GMO and organic in many cases, which is how we try to eat back home. This town made it easy to feel welcomed, invigorated, and relaxed!
I have been to Woodstock 3 times and it always keeps me coming back. In ways it still feels like the 70’s and then it feels quaint and modern. I particularly like the flea market in the summer. Great restaurants and Bread Alone coffee shop.
Woodstock is a unique little town. The locals are mostly friendlies, the town and surrounding areas are ecologically, historically, and culturally fascinating. It can be a bit touristy during certain times however the lack of sterile corporations or big business keep that to a minimum.
Woodstock has experienced a bit of a revival in the last year, with new and improved restaurants and stores. There used to be more tie-dye and quirkiness, so I hope it doesn't change completely and can keep that original weirdness. It's very enjoyable to walk around and explore. Since it is quite small, exploring is recommended. Up-hill, there is a Tibetan Buddhist Temple very worth a visit. Right across the parking lot is the trail head for Overlook Mountain Trail, a very popular hike to great views, a fire tower and the ruins of an old hotel.
Craft Fair was too small. "Bread Alone" bakery was excellent. Italian restaurant - food not that great. Organic supermarket - very good supplies. Tibetan Monastery - interesting to visit. Fascinating; Watch the stars at nights.
Location, design, style, service, flexibility.