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Captain Schoonmaker's Bed & Breakfast
913 Route 213
High Falls, New York, 12440, United States
(845) 687-7946
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Welcome to Captain Schoonmaker's Bed & Breakfast

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The perfect getaway for romance or relaxation. We are situated on ten landscaped and wooded acres, with two seasonal waterfalls, a rushing mountain trout stream, and the remains of a stone grist mill. Depending on the season, guests are welcome to sit by a cozy fire, fish in our trout stream, take a dip under the waterfall, or just relax in the hammock.

Guests will enjoy their breakfast in the dining room of the Stone House and may even stay on the second floor in "The Captain's Quarters." We encourage our guests to relax by the wood burning stove in our solarium which is available for use as common room by our guests, with Cable TV. Our Carriage House, built in 1810, features four charming guest rooms. In different seasons enjoy seeing whitetail deer, wild turkeys, blue heron, black bears, muskrats, hawks and a large variety of birds from your balcony or windows.

This historic inn is located in the beautiful Hudson Valley between the Catskill and Shawangunk Mountains. Our location in High Falls offers easy travel to Lake Minnewaska, Mohonk Preserve, SUNY New Paltz, Culinary Institute of America, FDR Mansion/Vanderbilt Mansion, various Ulster County Tourism Events, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, and the Oldest Street in America. The area offers miles of beautiful hiking trails, fishing, wineries, Local Farm Stands, Antiques & Shops golf, biking, rock climbing, and dozens of fabulous restaurants.

This historic inn is located in the beautiful Hudson Valley between the Catskill and Shawangunk Mountains. Our location in High Falls offers easy travel to Lake Minnewaska, Mohonk Preserve, SUNY New Paltz, Culinary Institute of America, FDR Mansion/Vanderbilt Mansion, various Ulster County Tourism Events, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, and the Oldest Street in America. The area offers miles of beautiful hiking trails, fishing, wineries, Local Farm Stands, Antiques & Shops golf, biking, rock climbing, and dozens of fabulous restaurants.

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