Recently built 500 square-foot one bedroom apartment with separate entrance. Kitchenette. Private screened-in porch overlooking Jug End State Reservation, Mt. Everett and the back of Catamount Ski Area. Three miles from Berkshire School, five miles from the center of Great Barrington and .3 miles from the Appalachian Trail. Queen bed in bedroom; can sleep additional two in living area on sectional sofas. Electric fireplace. Mudroom perfect for storing hiking and ski gear. Very quiet.
“Ingrid's space really exceeded our expectations. There were so many thoughtful and elegant touches. We were impressed! It was a very high quality Airbnb; one of the best we've stayed at. The only thing I'd mention is that an electric fireplace apparently doesn't produce real flame, something that I wasn't aware of when booking. While I may not have booked the space if I was aware that an electric fireplace is more like a space heater, I'm still glad that we stayed there because everything was so lovely otherwise. We wouldn't hesitate to book again if we were in the area.”
Our largest option, the Mountain View Suite incorporates high ceilings, and mountaintop views from a raised dining area to provide a large and light oasis. Located on the second floor, the suite features custom antique accents and original artwork that evoke a sense of adventure. The room includes a large bath with clawfoot tub and shower, kitchenette, and sleeper sofa. Custom queen mattress (featured at the Four Seasons NYC), organic cotton sheets. Monday check in is 6pm; all other days, 3pm.
“Caitlin’s apartment is super cute, artsy and central. We loved the location since it’s within walking distance to countless great restaurants/2 breweries and a short drive to local hiking and tourist spots. The apartment was easy to access, including the large parking lot outside of the building, and has everything you need for a short getaway. Caitlin was also very responsive and thoughtful by sharing local recommendations! We loved the extra touches of sanitation to help us feel safe and welcome. Catskill is also such a cute, eclectic town- we loved all the cat statues and would definitely come back to visit in the future.”
Enjoy a quiet respite from the city in this architect-designed tiny house overlooking a meadow, deep in the woods. Located on 20 acres of land with private trails and Catskill-mountain views, this bespoke cabin feels blissfully far away from everything, yet it’s only a 15-minute drive from vibrant city of Hudson, NY. Experience a peaceful off-the-grid retreat —complete with hand-crank Victrola. Time moves slower here. The sky is closer. The stars, brighter. Note: NO electricity. NO Running water
“We had a wonderful stay at Pachinko!!! We got lucky with the weather and were able to enjoy lazy afternoons and sunsets out in the field, with a great view of the mountains in the distance. The cabin itself is quite small (obviously) but the space is optimized really well and we felt we had everything we needed. John was extremely responsive whenever we had a question. This is definitely a rustic experience but we are avid campers, so we loved it. Plenty of water provided, as well as a few dishes, a sink station, battery-powered lantern, grill, compost toilet, record player, books, guitar (I think!), and a couple of lounge chairs up on the hill. Wish we were still there!!!!!”