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Scribner’s Catskill LodgeFollowing a major renovation,...





















Scribner’s Catskill Lodge

Following a major renovation, Scribner’s Catskill Lodge is now a sophisticated Upstate New York retreat with chic designer interiors, creative amenities, and gourmet Alpine-inspired cuisine.

Overlooking the Catskill Mountains, its contemporary, all-white rooms come with sleek built-in furnishings, lofted sleeping spaces, and dark maple floors covered with vintage rugs. Some of the suites have private terraces and fireplaces, and all beautifully appointed bathrooms are decorated with terracotta tiles.

Prospect, the hotel’s gourmet restaurant, serves locally inspired cuisine with an artistic twist, and the lovely onsite event spaces include an intimate whiskey lounge, a beautifully curated library, and a couple of outdoor fields complete with scenic mountain views and open-air fire pits.

Compare prices for this lodge at TripAdvisor

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