Woodstock Inn on the Millstream

48 Tannery Brook Road, Woodstock, New York 12498
Innkeeper(s): Karen and Angela
  • Our Woodstock Inn

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    Charming Catskills Inn & Cottages on Millstream!

    Come and stay at this charming Hudson Valley bed and breakfast and enjoy a peaceful setting along the beautiful cascading Millstream, while visiting wonderful Woodstock, New York. Exquisite perennial gardens, sunny lawns, full maples, and tall pines make the grounds of this beautiful Woodstock, NY B&B the perfect upstate New York country retreat.

    Just a short easy walk away is the Village Green and Woodstock's shopping, dining, and galleries, and only two hours from New York City!

    Woodstock Inn on the Millstream bedroom

    The Woodstock Inn features a unique blend of country charm and modern conveniences, motel privacy and B&B ambiance. This delightful Catskills B&B has been lovingly restored from the wild days when Bob Dylan and Van Morrison stayed here. The grounds of this attractive bed and breakfast in Woodstock, NY overlook the babbling Millstream gradually carving through its rocky cascades and boulders .

    The Millstream's charm changes with the seasons - the splashes of summer swimmers, the glorious colors of autumn's leaves, the serenity of snowy banks in winter, the roaring cascades of springtime. You'll understand why the Broadway classic "Down by the Old Millstream" was composed in a cabin just across the stream.

  • Inn Offerings

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    This comfortable Woodstock, NY bed and breakfast offers 18 tasteful, quiet and private rooms, studios and full cottages, which have been newly renovated with A/C, free Wi-Fi access and top-of-the-line beds and linens. During your stay at this lovely Hudson Valley B&B, enjoy a bountiful continental breakfast inside the sunny lobby or eat streamside on the bluestone patio.

    Visit this lovely Woodstock, NY inn year-round! Experience the beautiful fall colors of the Catskill Mountains, go cross country skiing during the winter months, watch the blooming of our perennial gardens featuring lilly, rose and wildflowers during springtime and fish on the Millstream during the summer.

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    Located in the Catskill Forest Preserve, the land surrounding this peaceful inn in Woodstock, NY is a pristine environment for hiking, camping, cross country and downhill skiing, fishing and wildlife watching.

    You can take a short stroll from this serene Catskills bed and breakfast to Tinker Street and the Village Green where there's always something happening. Few rural villages in America offer the unique stores and boutiques, live theater and music and the array of cafes and fine restaurants that Woodstock does. Long before 3 days of peace, love and music spawned the Woodstock Generation; the town was a Mecca for painters, writers, musicians, nature lovers, free thinkers, and free spirits.

    The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream creek

    So come experience, Woodstock, New York's natural beauty in this little paradise. Our rates are reasonable. Whether you want to sun by the stream or among the gardens, lounge on the porch as the maples change, or retreat from the ski slopes, you'll enjoy the serenity, convenience and hospitality of this wonderful Woodstock New York bed and breakfast. You won't want to leave your retreat in the heart of Woodstock!

    Rates range from $143 - $245. Visa, MasterCard, and American Express accepted. Check-in 3:00 pm, check-out 11 am. There is a one week cancellation policy.

  • Restaurants in Town

    Woodstock, NY might be known for its artists and writers, but the array of restaurant choices also adds to the small town’s creative and spirited appeal. Offering something for everyone, from a big breakfast of local eggs to a sophisticated dinner sitting by a fire sipping Chardonnay, restaurants within Woodstock Village are all conveniently within walking distance of The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream. While staying at the Woodstock, NY inn if you ever need help with reservations or transport simply stop by the desk and Karen or Angela will help you make arrangements for a perfect night in our town. 

    Also, check out the many wine tours in the area.

    Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Woodstock NY:

    Joshua’s Cafe

    51 Tinker Street, Woodstock Village

    Farm fresh Middle-Eastern cuisine! Spend: $$

    Specializing in distinct Middle-Eastern influenced cuisine, Chef Stephanie Schachter offers something tempting for any kind of lifestyle, from vegan to gluten-free to paleo. Joshua’s cooks up their breakfasts, lunches and dinners using fresh ingredients locally sourced whenever possible. Joshua’s also offers New York state craft beers and cocktails made with fresh fruits, juices and local spirits. It’s a perfect stop for a quick and light meal served with plenty of flavor and style. Closed on Wednesdays.


    1 Tinker Street, Woodstock Village

    Soul-warming comfort food! Spend: $$

    A gem among the restaurants in Woodstock, NY, Shindig promises “heartwarming comfort food just like your mom used to make, if your mom was rocking organic, local, and seasonal ingredients, that is.” Show up for breakfast, lunch or dinner for treats such as gourmet burgers or epicurean mac and cheese made with gruyere and fontina. Want breakfast late? Not a problem. Shindig serves bountiful breakfasts until 3 p.m. And when your meal calls for more, supplement your seasonal fare with hand-crafted ciders, local beers and an eclectic selection of wines.

    Yum Yum Noodle Bar

    4 Rock City Road, Woodstock Village

    Asian Fun, Fresh & Fast! Spend: $-$$

    The Yum Yum Noodle Bar serves up noodles of every mix, match and combination as they blend Japanese noodle bowls, Southeast Asian street food and other Asian specialties. Chef Erica Mahlkuch has won accolades throughout her career, even winning Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen! Feast at the noodle bar for lunch or dinner seven days a week. A great place to fill up as a couple or a family while exploring Woodstock, NY, especially when you’re feeding vegans or vegetarians.

    Catskill Mountain Pizza

    51 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock Village

    Best pizza (& more) in town! Spend: $

    Looking for more casual restaurants in Woodstock, NY? Look to Catskill Mountain Pizza…because pizza is always the perfect meal for a hungry family, or an informal meal. The food is always freshly prepared using local produce. Not in the mood for pizza? Choose from soup, burgers, subs or other Italian fare instead. Even crab and lobster make the specials menu on occasion! Gluten-free options are available.

    Oriole 9

    17 Tinker Street, Woodstock Village

    This where the locals eat! Spend: $$

    The place to go in Woodstock for breakfast or lunch. Local free range eggs and house-made corned beef are joined by curried coconut tofu hash and a goat cheese omelet on this varied menu. The dining is casual and the food divine. Definitely an affordable place in Woodstock, NY for a filling breakfast or light lunch.


    109 Mill Hill Rd, Woodstock Village

    Modern Italian in a historic farmhouse! Spend: $$

    For Hudson Valley ambiance, head to the picturesque rambling farmhouse that is home to Cucina. The contemporary Italian cuisine is both simple yet elegant, enhanced by the historic wrap-around porch and ever-changing seasons of New York. They serve a delectable brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, and dinner seven days per week. Dine on upscale pastas or pizzas in flavors that will delight you, or sample meatier fare like grilled lamb chops or rib eye steak, prepared with an Italian flare. Enhance your dining pleasure with a dessert menu that will make you want to skip dinner altogether!

    The Bear Cafe

    295 Tinker Street, Woodstock (in Bearsville)

    Rustic setting with French flair! Spend: $$

    Dine streamside or fireside at the Bear Café, where Chef Eric Mann serves up classic American cuisine like smoked trout, roasted chicken, and filet mignon using fresh local ingredients and a classical French technique. Savor your mouthwatering dinner entrée al fresco among the trees, or surrounded by wood paneled walls and rustic beams, amid photographs that take you on a visual voyage into rock and roll history. Their extensive wine list that has been recognized by the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence every year since 1999.

    Bread Alone

    22 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock Village

    Fresh baked treats, sandwiches & more! Spend: $-$$

    This is where we get our homemade bagels for breakfast! Bread Alone has been serving up organic breads and baked goods in Woodstock, NY, since 1983. This family-owned bakery is the best for bagels, bakery goods and fresh sandwiches and breakfast treats. But this little eatery offers more than baked goods, with java options to jumpstart your day and a light café menu for a quick bite to eat. If you’re looking for a place to start your day or fuel your sightseeing, Bread Alone is the place to go.

    The Red Onion

    1654 Route 212, 3 miles East Woodstock Village

    Elegant food & killer cocktails! Spend: $$

    When you’re looking for something a little more sophisticated among Woodstock, NY restaurants definitely consider The Red Onion Restaurant and Bar. With Chef Kevin Katz at the helm, this casual yet elegant eatery is enjoyed by residents and tourists alike. Bold flavors, savory shellfish, home-made pasta and great cocktails are all part of the menu options that will tempt you. And dining in the gorgeous historic home that is the Red Onion is a wonderful environment.

    New World Home Cooking

    1411 Route 212, Saugerties NY

    Eclectic menu in a lively atmosphere! Spend: $$

    Feeling adventurous in a culinary way? Travel the world in Woodstock when you dine at New World Home Cooking. Experience global, local and sustainable cuisine that “combines upscale casual service with fun, vibrant but seriously executed ‘Clean Food’ from around the world.” Plus you’ll find something for everyone with a menu that ranges from Thai to Italian to burgers. Gluten-free has never tasted so good, and vegetarian options abound. Housed in a renovated old barn with gorgeous wood floors, New World’s atmosphere is as appealing as its diverse and delectable menu.

    Book your stay at The Woodstock Inn on Millstream and enjoy bohemian chic lodging a short walk from the plethora of dining in Woodstock, NY.

  • Destination Article: Woodstock/Hudson Valley

    Locavore opportunities in the Hudson Valley just continue to expand and surprise. This region is so lucky to have such amazing brewers, vintners and distillers nearby that it’s easy to see why this Catskill region has become a libation groupie’s year-round destination. A tour of the local treasures requires nothing more than planning an easy and beautiful day trip from the Woodstock Inn on the Millstream (Don’t forget to name the designated driver or check out tour options at thelittlebeerbus.com) Here are some of our favorite tasting options:

    HUDSON-386The Shawangunk Wine Trail is a great offering of area wineries and its seasonal festivals - summer gathering, harvest celebrations, wreath fineries, chocolate and red pairings, etc. are great opportunities to explore and taste lots of delicious varietals.

    Brewery & Winery Destination in Hudson Valley, New YorkCertainly, as more Hudson Valley wineries are gaining national recognition for their locally-crafted selections our area is getting some deserved kudos for both reds and whites. Whitecliff’s versatile Red Trail wine is always popular – whether its part of a picnic lunch for cross country skiiers or enjoyed in front of the fireplace, its blended smoothness reflects the diversity of the area’s grapes.

    Distilleries are again resurfacing in the Hudson Valley, buoyed by the state’s Farm Distillery Bill. In the past five years they’ve been partnering and working together to draw in visitors as a destination trip. Brewery & Winery Destination in Hudson Valley, New York certainly, Tutilltown Spirits in Gardiner dominates the state’s microdistilling field. Its Baby Bourbon, vodkas and whiskey are all popular, but the funky tasting room and behind the scenes tours make this a popular – and insightful – stop. Additional nearby distilleries include Coppersea Distilling in West Park and Catskill Distilling Company down by Bethel, but contact them directly to schedule tours.

    And breweries in the region are surging, as the craft beer movement continues its popularity. Currently nine breweries are on the Hudson Valley Beer Trail and they produce a variety of beers. Keegan Ales is right down the road from Woodstock, in Kingston.The brewery has been serving up award-winning beers since 2003, including a delicious stout that the New York Times named one of the Top 10 stouts in the country. Their limited specialty offerings are also popular. The only thing better than lunch in the beer garden is catching some of the live high-quality music acts Woodstock is known for - and without a cover charge!

    Of course, after a tough day of tastings, guests at our Woodstock, New York bed and breakfast can relax by the stream or in the gardens, sipping their favorite purchases of the day. Or choose a fireplace room, snuggle up and offer a toast to the amazing bounty within the Hudson Valley.

    Woodstock, NY might be known for its artists and writers, but the array of restaurant choices also adds to the small town’s creative and spirited appeal. Offering something for everyone, from a big breakfast of local eggs to a sophisticated dinner sitting by a fire sipping Chardonnay, restaurants within Woodstock Village are all conveniently within walking distance of The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream. While staying at the Woodstock, NY inn if you ever need help with reservations or transport simply stop by the desk and Karen or Angela will help you make arrangements for a perfect night in our town.