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Our continental breakfast is available in the lobby from 8:30 – 10:30 am.
Quiet time is observed from 10 pm to 9 am.
We often have a 2-night minimum on weekends from late spring through fall and a 3-night minimum on some holidays (but, please always give us a call/text 845-663-8152 to see what options may be available).
Please do not burn candles or incense in the rooms.
No smoking in rooms or in close proximity to rooms.
Sorry, we can not accommodate pet family members at The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream.
We fully comply with the law regarding service animals, but please contact us directly to book, 845-679-8211 or email@example.com.
Beach towels and picnic blankets are available free of charge in the office. Please do not take bath towels or room blankets to the Millstream
We take 50% deposit when a reservation is made.
The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream is absolved of all liability for anyone infected with coronavirus during their stay. By staying at The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. We will take extensive measures to keep our property as safe and comfortable as possible for our guests amid the coronavirus pandemic, but please understand that there is a shared responsibility between guests and The Woodstock Inn on the Millstream
Cancellation policy for reservations booked directly with the inn, via phone or on-line:
Staying between May 15 and Oct. 31, cancelled before 2 weeks of arrival are charged 15% of the stay. Reservations cancelled under two weeks are charged the full amount of the stay.
Staying between Nov. 1 and May 14, cancelled before 1 week of arrival are charged 15% of the stay. Reservations cancelled under one week are charged the full amount of the stay.
“Lots of great touches – nice linen, a desk even in the smaller rooms, wifi that works, space in the bathroom to put things. There is a lot of attention to detail and understanding what people need.”