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The Waterfall House LLC was recently featured in,

The New York Times

"House Tour" (May 19, '11)

Perched on the Edge of Time.
The Beauty and Serenity of a Legendary Waterfall.
Breathe Deeply, Freely.
Immerse Yourself in the Cool Waters of Swimming Holes Etched in Ancient Rock.
Relax, Refresh and Renew in this
Sunny and Bright, Charming Victorian Home at the End of a Quiet Country Road.

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Local Eating & Shopping —

Bob & Babs Recommend



There's so much to see and do in our amazing area, with great, unique shopping and natural attractions. Of course, wonderful stores, restaurants and eateries of every kind abound — beginning with the literally two-minute stroll to the charming, historic Fernwood Restaurant.

In the nearby picturesque towns and villages, you'll find something for every taste:

Our Favorite Restaurants


THE BEAR CAFE — Dinner only. You must have reservations! Ask to sit by the stream. Check out THE BEARSVILLE THEATER next door for musical events.

CATSKILL MOUNTAIN PIZZA — L,D, Beer and Wine. Terrific pizza, but I'm hooked on their portobella sandwich and Greek salad. Outdoor tables, new full bar inside.

CUCINA — Dinner, Brunch on Weekends. Full bar. Chef Gianni Scappin of Woodstock's newest restaurant, Cucina, prepares delicious Northern Italian specialties. Chef Scappin teaches at the CIA in Hyde Park and served as food consultant for Stanley Tucci's "The Big Night."

THE FEZ — Moroccan food, tasty and well priced. On PARTITION STREET. Lunch weekends only. BYOB, but Partition Street Wine and Liquors is just down the street. Suzanne and her husband really know their wines!

GARDEN CAFE — L, D. Vegan gourmet, unfailingly delicious and imaginative food. Try the garden bowl. Changes every day. Beer &Wine

THE HAVANA GRILL — Dinner only, Wed.- Sat. A winning combination of Italian/Cuban fusion, the varied menu sometimes includes a paella for two. Full bar and an excellent selection of wines.

JOSHUA'S CAFE — B, L, D. Great soups (try the Apple/Squash), sandwiches and salads. Popular lunch spot. The lounge, upstairs, offers great coffee as well as cocktails.

LOVE BITES - B,L — An intimate, friendly cafe with wonderful soups, entrees, etc. Supurb presentations. Outstanding coffee.

LUCKY CHOCOLATES — Partition Street. Amazing chocolates, all organic.

MAIN STREET BAR AND GRILL — L,D Full Bar - Surprisingly good Mexican food, sophisticated and nice presentation.

NEW WORLD HOME COOKING — Lunch weekends only, Dinner every night. Not in the Village of Saugerties. At the Hess Station go straight toward Woodstock. You'll see it on the LEFT. Huge menu, full bar, and an enormous collection of paintings by local primitive artist and musician Justin Love. Festive and Fun!

ORIOLE 9 — B, L Mediterranean influence. Great coffee and a good choice for breakfast.

THE RED ONION — Dinner only. Technically in Saugerties, but you'll pass it on the way to Woodstock. Terrific food, extensive wine list. Have a lychee martini!

SMOKE HOUSE OF THE CATSKILLS — A carnivore's paradise! The very finest in meats, poultry, sausages, etc. Open only from Thursday - Sunday. 724 Route 212. (845) 246-8767

THE TANGO CAFE — Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with an Argentinian flavor. In the center of Saugerties, at the corner of PARTITION & MAIN.

MISS LUCY'S — (closed for the winter.) Summer hours, Weds - Sunday. Full bar. I'm hooked on their endive salad!

STELLA'S STATION — (closed for winter) L,D Outdoor dining, casual, full bar. Great salads!


To get to SAUGERTIES from The Waterfall House LLC:

Go back toward the Thruway.
When you get to the light at the Hess Station, turn LEFT.
You will pass a PRICE CHOPPER Supermarket. Keep going, and bear to the right at the next traffic light.
At the next traffic light, turn LEFT. You will be on MAIN STREET. This will take you to the center of town.

PARTITION STREET intersects MAIN STREET. You will find lots of Antique Stores and several cafes.




And there is a Catskill eagle in some souls that can alike dive down into the blackest gorges, and soar out of them again and become invisible in the sunny spaces. And even if he forever flies within the gorge, that gorge is in the mountains; so that even in his lowest swoop the mountain eagle is still higher than the other birds upon the plain, even though they soar.

  - Herman Melville,
in "Moby Dick"


The Hudson River School Art Trail
— Hike to the nearby sites

"Cedar Grove," the Thomas Cole House, a national historic site; Catskill

"Olana," the Frederick Church House, Hudson, NY



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