56 Creamery Road, Livingston Manor, NY 12758 The property is located at 56 Creamery Road with private parking just to the right of the house in front of the garage, and within easy walking distance of the hamlet of Livingston Manor with shops, restaurants, grocery stores and all the things we love about our little mountain town.
To find the house - when driving from town just turn right down Creamery Road (opposite the fire station and just before the library) and continue down that road for 0.4 miles and the house will be on your right. The house has been recently stained in a dark brown/grey color and has a double garage right next to it. You can park right in front of the garage (the inside of the garage is off limits to guests) and the main entrance to the house is the door closest to the parking.
HOST CONTACT DETAILS
Tom Roberts - 914 426 8430 – email@example.com
Anna Aberg – 914 417 0052 – firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a fire extinguisher in the kitchen under the counter overhang towards the sliding doors to the deck. Emergency contact numbers: Emergency: 911 Local Police Department: 845 292 6600 Local Fire Department: 845 439 4490 Local Ambulance / Medical Centre : 845 794 3300
You will find cleaning supplies underneath the kitchen sink.
HEATING AND COOLING
Heat for the house is through radiant floor heat controlled from the thermostat on the living-room wall. Cooling comes from wall mounted AC units controlled by remotes. Please be mindful of energy and turn the heat / cooling down when you check out.
NAVIGATING THE KITCHEN
The large drawers under the kitchen counter have hidden drawers in the top, that is where you will find most of the cutlery, cooking utensils, scissors etc. you should need during your stay. There are two bins in the drawer under the kitchen island for garbage - one for regular trash, one blue bin for recycling (plastic, metal and glass) and then any clean dry cardboard should be left outside the garage at check out for recycling.
FIREPIT AND GRILL
There is a fire-pit and grill outside the front of the property. The grill is aa standing charcoal grill with an adjustable cooking grid - charcoal and lighter fluid can be purchased from the local supermarket (Pecks). The fire-pit is a simple fire bowl and firewood can be purchased from either the supermarket or the gas station.
The property sits on some 1000 ft of private river front on the Willowemoc that can be accessed by a stone path between the house and the barn. While the river is certainly a highlight to look at, we wish to remind guests that they access it at their own risk.
If you rent the property and decide to access the river you do so at your own risk and release, indemnify, defend, and forever discharge the owner from all liability, claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses, and causes of action due to death, injury, loss, or damage.
Check in is from 4pm and we have a coded door entry to access the house, the code for which will be sent 24 hours before check in.
Check out is at 11am. We have professional cleaners that service the property after every stay, but we ask that you be respectful of them and return the house in a similar condition to how it was found – dishes should be clean, any garbage correctly disposed of, and the house should be tidy. To check out, just leave the house and ensure the door is locked.
You’ll find space for one to two cars outside the house, if you need additional parking we encourage you to use the parking lots across the road.
Getting AroundSadly ride sharing still hasn’t made it here. For a car service try Sureway Taxi - (845) 794-5050.
There are two bins in the drawer under the kitchen island for garbage - one for regular trash, one blue bin for recycling (plastic, metal and glass) and then any clean dry cardboard should be left outside the garage at check out for recycling. Please bag up trash and leave it in the bins when you leave. No need to take it outside.
PROTECTING OUR ENVIRONMENT
Nature is the reason you came here. Or maybe it was beer, but without nature there would be no beer. Please help us protect it. Sort and recycle your waste. Avoid single use plastic (the water from the tap is the Catskills finest). Please turn the heat down when you’re not in the building.
6 Pearl Street, Livingston Manor
If you love some of the decorations and tools at the cabin, many of them are available to purchase from the Homestedt store at 6 Pearl Street. We carry a selection of homewares (Opinel knives, Redecker cleasning products, Field Company Pans), outdoor gear (Stutterheim raincoats, Hults Bruk Axes), local products (Buckbrook Alpaca wool, Outside Institute field guides, candles and more) plus a whole load of things you never thought you needed…
Plus, all guests enjoy a 10% discount on all products in the store.
RESTAURANTS BARS AND HOTELS
Catskill Brewery | 672 Old Route 17 | Your local brewery - try the full tasting flight, then stumble home.
DeBruce Hotel | 982 Debruce Road | Beautiful boutique hotel and restaurant with elaborate 7 course tasting menu, but if you want for something more casual, their tavern downstairs serves bar food & great cocktails.
Upward Brewing | 1171 Main Street | New brewery with hiking trails and spectacular views.
Sunshine Colony | 47 Main Street | Cosy wine bar from the team behind Upstream Wine and Spirits.
The Stumble Out | 67 Main St Unit 2 | Cafe by day, bar by night with cocktails, wine, beer and great light bites.
Kaatskeller | 39 Main Street | Pizza & cocktail bar started by the team behind Apothek. Their wood fired pizzas and salads are delicious, and their outdoor seating in summer is divine.
Robin Hood Diner | 5031 Old Rt. 17 | Authentic diner. Great for breakfasts and curing hangovers. Cash only.
The Arnold House | 839 Shandelee Road | Casual bar/restaurant with pool table and a simple comfort food.
Callicoon Hills | 1 Hills Resort Road, Callicoon Centre | Old Catskills Resort feel beautifully updated for the present day. Great food and cocktails in a beautifully designed space.
The Cabin at Hessinger Lare, Callicoon Centre | 495 Hessinger and Lare Rd | Cosy casual country bar in a log cabin with comfort food
North Branch Inn | 869 N Branch Rd. | Cosy country restaurant with old school ten pin bowling in the back.
Red Rose Motel | 21677 Old Route 17 | One of the cosiest bars in the area. Open fire, good vibes, & bar food.
Roscoe Brewery | 145 Rockland Road | In case two breweries aren’t enough for you…
The Junction Roscoe | 60 Stewart Avenue, Roscoe | A new favorite. Great cocktails and exceptional pub food in a with an informal local bar feel.
Seminary Hill Orchard and Cidery | Spectacular cidery and restaurant overlooking the on site orchard and Delaware River Valley in the background.
Pecks Market | 29 Main Street | local supermarket. Walking distance from the club. Has a great selection of the staples as well as local produce including meats and poultry.
Little North | 430 Old Route 17 | Great spot for specialist fine ingredients, pre prepared foods, lunches, and frozen yogurt. Their rotisserie chicken is exceptional.
The Neon Croissant | 66 Main Street | Delicious fresh bread and baked goods. Open Friday - Sunday
Farehaven Farmacy | 108 Main Street | Great fresh produce at great prices, plus vegan lunches and specialties.
Pepacton Natural Foods (Roscoe) | 45 Stewart Avenue Roscoe | Great natural foods store with dried produce, fresh produce, frozen goods, meats, soaps etc. Like a mini Whole Foods from 10 years ago :)
Main Street Farm | 36 Main Street | speciality local foods. Expensive, but great quality.
Van Smokey | 87 Debruce Road | Newest business in town run by our dear friend. Carry a fantastic selection of meats, jerky, rubs, sauces and just about anything you would need for the perfect bbq.
Upstream Wines | 34 Main Street | Local wine store specialising in local spirits and a wide selection of great wines
A WALK IN TOWN
Homestedt Store | 6 Pearl Street | Come pay us a visit at our store and HQ.
Main Street Farm | 36 Main Street | Farmers market. Great for speciality produce and epic picnics - sandwiches and soups all made from locally sourced produce. The Beaverkill is our favourite.
Upstream Wines | 34 Main Street | Local wine store specialising in local spirits and a wide selection of great wines. Run by the extremely knowledgeable Megan who is just as bright and delightful as her wines.
Dette’s Fly Fishing Shop | 13 Main Street | Part of the world’s oldest family run fly shop – gear & tall tales.
Nest Store | 4 Main Street | Design store with furniture, clothes and a book shelf curated by Lena Dunham...
Old Souls | 46 Main Street | Hip outdoor and clothing store, where you can pick up whatever gear you are missing and get expert advice on hikes and outdoor adventures nearby.
Catskills Art Society | 48 Main Street | Self-explanatory... its art, in the Catskills!
The Walk In | 67 Main St | Famous for their biscuits, but they also serve delicious coffee, sandwiches, salads and more.
Long Weekend | 67 Main Street | Mid-century vintage furniture heaven.
Life Repurposed | 62 Main Street | Thrifting galore. Vintage items at great prices.
The Neon Croissant | 66 Main Street | Locally made pastries and bread. Without them we’d be lost.
Van Smokey | 87 Debruce Road | Newest addition to town. Jerkey. Fine meats. Everything you need for grilling.
SIGHTS TO SEE
Covered Bridges | The area is known for them – there’s one right outside town & many others close by.
Fly Fishing Museum |1031 Old Rte 17 | Get emerged in fly fishing history in the area where it all started.
Antiques Shops | Check out main street Livingston Manor and Callicoon to hunt for some gems Livingston Manor
Farmers Market | Main Street Livingston Manor | Open on Sundays between 11-2.
Buck Brook Alpacas | 99 Bestenheider Rd, Roscoe | The most instagrammble mammals on the planet.
Bethel Woods | Visit the site of the original Woostock festival and visit their amazing museum. Channel the summer of love at any time of year.
Fly Fishing | It’s what brought people here for decades. Let us know if you would like to give it a try and we can set you up with a local guide.
Alder Lake | Hardenburgh | A wonderful swimming lake and the base for a couple of great hikes including one very simple hike around the lake that's stunning.
Balsam Lake Mountain Firetower Trail | This is a 6.8 mile long hike up a mountain up a fire tower where you will have a fantastic vantage point of the forests below.
Frick Pond | Great hike with multiple loops. One of our go-tos.
Soaring Eagle Campground | 4092 River Road Equinunk, | Grab a beer. Sit on an old inner tube. Float down the river