From the New York Times to Harpers Bazaar, people are talking about the Great Western Catskills. They are discovering the incredible beauty, the relaxing atmosphere and the friendly people who call this area home. Articles are written all the time about the fantastic places to stay, the delicious food and products being produced here and the incredible culinary and craft beverage experiences that await any visitor.

Find out what the biggest press outlets in the world are saying about the Great Western Catskills.

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17 of the Best Affordable Hotels in the US by TODAY

May 9, 2019

By Katie Jackson When the first Motel 6 opened its doors in 1962, rooms were only $6 per night. These days it seems like it's difficult to find quality rooms for under $75, but it's not ...

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Historic Railroad in the Great Western Catskills

8 Things to Do In and Around the Catskill This Summer by Newsday

April 16, 2019

By Marshall S. Berdan Two truly epic events in American history occurred 50 years ago this summer: the moon landing in July and the Woodstock Festival — “3 Days of Peace and Music” in ...

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Is the Hudson Valley (and Catskills) Turning Into the Hamptons? by The New York Times

April 12, 2019

By Julie Satow Developers have discovered the once-sleepy Catskills and are building million-dollar homes there. And now there’s a bus service modeled after the Hampton Jitney. For Amelia ...

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‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ shot Season 2 scenes in the Catskills by Time Union

December 12, 2018

By Emily Masters Amazon's Emmy-award-winning show about a 1950s New York City comedienne will take an upstate turn in its second season, which is due out next week. "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" ...

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The Catskills-Best in Travel 2019 from Lonely Planet

November 6, 2018

It's a whole big world out there so we were delighted to find that The Catskills region has been included in the Best in Travel 2019, Top Ten Regions to visit by Lonely Planet. The Catskills ...

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13 Catskills and Hudson Valley Restaurants Worth the Detour 13 Catskills and Hudson Valley Restaurants Worth the Detour by Food & Wine

October 29, 2018

By Zachary Feldman Idyllic and easily accessible for nature-starved New Yorkers and scores of other tourists, the Catskills and the Hudson Valley are home to a bounty of exceptional ...

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Gary Graham Relaunches From a Room of His Own in Upstate New York by Vogue Magazine

October 24, 2018

By  LAIRD BORRELLI-PERSSON for Vogue Magazine. Gary Graham is a history-loving designer storyteller with a Gothic streak, and his work, which is included in several museum collections, often has a ...

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Catskill’s Newest Hickster Restaurant Goldenrod Is a Seasonal Triumph by Eater

August 17, 2018

Crusty rye sourdough and salad with freshly picked cucumber make the Pines alum restaurant worth trying By Robert Sietsema  Every summer, a friend and I drive up to the Catskills to scour the ...

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TheLIST: The Best Last-Minute Weekend Getaways From NYC from Harpers Bazaar

June 28, 2018

By NATASHA HUANG SMITH  JUN 23, 2018   New Yorkers know how to work hard and play hard–and when the weekends hit, it's time to relax and unwind. With Summer Fridays upon us, you’ve ...

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Eat & Stay: Foodie Getaways in Delaware County, NY by Escape Brooklyn

May 8, 2018

Two hours from New York City, farmland is abundant in the Western Catskills, where rolling hills meet lush valleys to create ideal conditions for growing produce and raising animals. ...

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17 of the Most Retro Hotels in America by Readers Digest

May 7, 2018

BY KELSEY OGLETREE From tie-dye and tiki to vintage signs and record players, retro details are making modern hotels feel totally fresh. Check out these destinations that capture ...

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A Tiny New York Town With Not One, But 5 Indie Bookstores from Atlas Obscura

January 9, 2018

The village of Hobart, home to fewer than 500 people, serves as a modest reminder that books can change people and places.   By Daniel A Gross The village of Hobart, New York, is ...

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11 Reasons to Drive to the Catskills by Zagat

November 20, 2017

BUCOLIC BED-AND-BREAKFASTS AND FARM-TO-TABLE DINING by Juliet Izon There’s no real consensus on where the Catskill Mountains begin and end; drive northwest of New York City until you see a ...

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Your Guide to Hobart Book Village, a Bookworm’s Dream in the Catskills by Brownstoner

June 6, 2016

By Linda Lowen   Sure, Brooklyn’s got a thriving literary scene, but does it have six — count ’em, six — independent booksellers all within a block of one another? In Hobart, ...

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A Guide to Delaware County’s Thriving Craft Culture from the New York Times

December 15, 2015

By Mimi Vu On a rainy evening last month in the town of Andes, N.Y., a number of farmers and artisans convened for a harvest dinner. The venue was an 1850s Carpenter Gothic building that had, at ...

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