Escape From New York City
Located 2 hours from NYC high in the Catskill/Pocono contiguous mountain region on a 250-acre private lake, the pet friendly Inn at Lake Joseph has been hosting guests from around the world as a luxury bed and breakfast resort since 1984. This romantic getaway is truly an inn for all seasons.
Very much like the resorts, inns and bed and breakfasts located in the Berkshires, White Mountains, and Adirondacks, the inn is surrounded by breathtaking views and idyllic naural screnery. However, unlike these regions, the inn is no more than 2 hours from New York .
Like resort lodging, the Inn provides a variety of summer and winter recreational facilities, including the use of a nearby full-service health and fitness spa. But unlike larger hotels, the Inn, with just 16 guestrooms, is an informal, casual bed and breakfast-style country retreat that assures guests a relaxing and private getaway in a rustic mountain lake environment.
Recreational activities at the Inn include fishing, kayaking, boating, tennis, swimming, cross-country skiing, and showshoeing. Hiking trails, spectacular scenes of lakes and rivers, and views of majestic peaks and isolated waterfalls abound.
Breakfast is served on the screened veranda, surrounding guests with the sounds and feel of the lush green forest. When glassed in during winter, guests experience the beauty of a surrounding snowscape.
Over the years, the Inn has received various awards and has been praised in travel articles and publications, as well as by guests themselves on Trip Advisor, for its sumptuous accommodations. The Inn, nestled within the surrounding forest and a short walk to the lake, consists of three distinct dwellings. The Lodge has a casual English Country environment and, for more rustic accommodations, the Adirondack-style Cottage and Carriage House guestrooms have their own private entrances, where pets are welcome. All guestrooms have working fireplaces, whirlpool baths, and private sundecks.
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