Recognition of Our Catskills ResortInn at Lake Joseph will quickly become your favorite destination for Catskill lodging. With unique rooms and delightful amenities in a serene location, our bed and breakfast welcomes guests any time of year. See below for some of the many awards we’ve received.
REVIEWS“My Birthday Dec. 31, 2016” January, 2017 I have longed for over 2 years to stay at the inn at lake joseph. We walked in the door and I immediately felt at home. The inn was so charming and the staff were warm and friendly and the service was fabulous. MATT and Michelle were great. This was by far one of my best birthdays. The New Year’s bon fire was the best ever if you want old world charm and peace and quiet it is the place for you. Stayed December 2016, traveled as a couple.
“Clean, Calm and Peaceful” December, 2016 Visited this beautiful place for 3 nights with my wife. Rooms were really clean and our room had a sleep number bed which was a great surprise. Feel free to use 24-hour open kitchen to make a quick sandwich for yourself and enjoy it while warming up next to one of the fireplaces indoor or fire pits outdoor. Lake Joseph is just a 4-minute walk away distance.
“New York City Getaway” November, 2016 My husband & I were honoring our 50th year of marriage! The host/hostess sent champagne (nonalcoholic) and a beautiful rose to our room. We checked out all the available rooms to compare with ours and they are all lovely and newly renovated. Everything that this family advertised is very true. We especially loved the breakfast, which you could order off the menu…plenty of stuff to pick from and very friendly. We did a lot of sightseeing around the area and really relaxed the whole weekend. We even bought a promotional certificate to use in the future. We would love to go back very soon.
“Grounds so nice and so much to do, you won’t want to leave” October, 2016 I stayed at the Inn at Lake Joseph for a couple of nights with my wife to celebrate our anniversary. The room was fantastic, well-kept and extremely comfortable. They use sleep number beds, soft luxurious linens, and the room had a small private outside deck, a fireplace, and a jacuzzi. The breakfasts (included) were delicious made-to-order omelets, with other options available like other egg dishes, pancakes, and Belgium waffles. They have a fantastic ‘lite buffet’ that is available anytime with cold cuts, salads, and sweets.
The grounds are fantastic, with a pool for warm weather, badminton, complimentary bikes for use (and lots of places to ride them!), an AWESOME fire pit area to enjoy with other guests, and of course Lake Joseph…where there are kayaks and rowboats for your use (for free of course!).
The attention to detail and the friendly, helpful staff will make your stay a good one. The inn was very clean, and even though it is extremely dog friendly (the reason many people stay there), we never found any of the rooms to smell, or to have issues with dog poop, etc.. If you are looking for a dog friendly place you can’t beat this one, and if the thought of the dog friendly-ness has you concerned, rest assured there’s no reason to be.
“Great place to enjoy nature and relax.” October, 2016 Spent 4 days here and loved every minute of it. The Inn, staff, and food are great. Very peaceful and the staff are so accommodating. Loved having the deer, chipmunks, etc. walking around while we were relaxing. Wonderful place to enjoy nature. Great place to stay. Will go back.
New York Times February 2008 But only experienced goof-offs should attempt a destination like the Inn at Lake Joseph, where there is a dangerous amount to do because the innkeepers, Ivan and Rue Weinger, provide things like cross-country skis and snowshoes… Be especially careful not to take any laptops, video games, iPhones, BlackBerrys, briefcases or co-workers… Innkeepers agree that, especially if you’re one of those tightly wound urbanites, a weekend in the middle of nowhere can have a dramatic effect. “It’s a visible change,” Ms. Dyer at the Inn at Lake Joseph said. “When people get here, they’re usually pretty stressed out. By Saturday morning, you are physically watching them relax.” –Neil Genzlinger, New York Times article All Nothing, All the Time