The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream has been a fixture in this most famous small town for decades. In the 1940s, when travel was exotic and the Catskills were the ultimate sanctuary for tired, hot city folks, a motel was built on Tannery Brook Road. In the 60s, a pizza restaurant was operated between the motel and the stream. Families would spend Friday nights enjoying dinner, while the kids romped and played along the water’s edge. Rock and rollers crashed here while recording music that would define a generation, and international artists have found inspiration wading in our waters.

This property has ridden a roller coaster of ownership changes, opportunities and economic realities. Until a hard-working, forward-thinking business person stepped in with a vision. The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream would become the sanctuary that so many people were seeking. Improvements were made. Renovations were completed. Suddenly luxury, dependability, quality and superb gardens were as much a part of the inn as the Millstream itself. Taking pride in ensuring each guest’s visit is enjoyable, serving a quality breakfast, maintaining the integrity of the site and an unwavering attention to cleanliness has been critical for the Inn’s success – and are trademarks for its future. Come see for yourself.