Ski B&B in the Catskills

The Harrison Center at Upland’s Mansion rests in

the heart of the famous North Western Catskill

mountains, Once famous as America’s Queen of

the Catskill. It’s a region vivid with natural beauty,

enticing to the senses, and abundant in the fullness

of each passing season. Seekers of inspiration,

reflection, creativity, authenticity, challenge, fortune

and beauty have, time and again, been drawn to the

Catskills and Stamford in particular.

 

The Catskills provide the perfect environment in which

to find yourself, or lose yourself.  Rediscover history in

the local museums, art galleries, Golf courses, riding

stables, hiking and biking trails, stone houses and

Victorian Mansions that fill the area.  Lose track of

time sitting by the local stream directly across from

the Harrison Center; or jump over the headwaters

of the Delaware River – just a block away (Its only

three feet across.) Catch your breath hiking up

mountain trails, abandon your inhibitions along

the back roads and add to your collection with

a treasure from our local antique and antiquarian

bookstores. Join us Friday night for entertainment

from some of the best blues and folk performers

in the area just down the block at the Kaaterskill

House Café; or catch a transformational movie

in our entertainment center. 

 

Turn off the cell phone and transform your life;

or at least, take a break.

 

Even now, the proximity to New York City and easy

accessibility from other major Eastern cities makes

the Catskill Bed and Breakfast at the Harrison Center

an ideal refuge from the daily grind of life. Find

rejuvenating solitude, plan a romantic escape,

give the family a thrill, or, as in centuries before,

meander through the village rubbing elbows with

the locals.

 

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Directions:

 

From NYC

* Interstate 87 North (the Thruway) to exit 19 (Kingston).

At the loop, follow the sign that goes straight onto Route 28

(Pine Hill). Continue for approx. 45 minutes to Arkville. Make

a right turn onto Route-38– and travel for about a mile. Make

a right at the T (Route 30) and stay on it until you get to Grand

Gorge. Make a left at the intersection of Route 30 and Route 23

(There will be a gas station on the left side). Continue westward

on Route 23 all the way to Stamford. On the first traffic light,

drive forward up the hill. That’s West Main Street. On the stop

sign, cross that street (Lake St, or Route 10)  and continue

going up the hill. 156 W. Main Street is on the right side.

Look for the big pinkish Victorian house.

 

 

If you encounter some problems along the way, please feel

free to call us at: 212-724-8782, or 917-783-9324.

 

 

 

From Binghamton

Interstate 88 East to Oneonta exit 15, take Route 23 East

about 25 miles to Stamford. On the first traffic light make

a left onto Lake St, Route 10). Go one block and make a

left onto West Main Street and continue going up the hill.

156 W. Main Street is on the right side. Look for the big

pinkish Victorian house.

 

 

From Albany

Interstate 90 West to exit 25A, take Interstate 88 West

to Richmondville exit 20, go straight at the 4-way intersection,

this is Route 10 continue for about 20 miles to Stamford, take

a right onto West Main Street and continue going up the hill.

156 W. Main Street is on the right side. Look for the big pinkish

Victorian house.

 

 

From Syracuse

Interstate 81 South to exit 6, follow the signs

to Interstate 88 East. Take Interstate 88 East to Oneonta exit 15,

take Route 23 East about 25 miles to Stamford. On the first

traffic light make a left onto Lake St, (Route 10). Go one block

and make a left onto West Main Street and continue going up

the hill. 156 W. Main Street is on the right side. Look for the

big pinkish Victorian house.

 

There is bus service to Stamford, NY and we are only bus 2

blocks from the Stamford Bus Stop.

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www.The HarrisonCenter.com

www.TheCatskillsBedandBreakfast.com

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