New York: ECCE Bed & Breakfast (Barryville)
This five-bedroom bed and breakfast lies along the Upper Delaware River, and the view, along with that of the Catskills and Poconos, is stunning.
Local trips on the river or down nearby hiking trails offer just some of the many outdoor adventure opportunities, and guests can also visit nearby museums, art galleries, farmers markets, and the Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center and Museum, where the 1969 Woodstock Concert took place.
The aforementioned farmers markets and ECCE’s garden provide fresh ingredients for a delicious country breakfast. (Taurian D./Yelp) 32 / 51
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These day trips from NYC lead to airy resorts, cools castles and a fly-fishing haven
Back in the day, this was borscht-belt country — as in, “Dirty Dancing.” Now, Sullivan County has reinvented itself as a hip-but-homey getaway 90 miles from NYC boasting inviting inns, farm-to-table eateries and Brooklyn-esque boutiques.
If you can snag one of five rooms at ECCE, you’ll get rewarded with breathtaking Delaware River views and insanely indulgent brunches.
But save room for local hotspots like Italian hangout The Kaatskeller, art-stuffed gastropub The Pickled Owl and riverside eatery The Heron. Dishes like roasted bone marrow may haunt you — in a good way — as much as a visit to Burn Brae Mansion in nearby Glen Spey, site of many reported ghost sightings.
And angle for a spot at Catskill’s Fly Fishing Center & Museum — the world’s largest of its kind. On view: Fly Fishing Hall of Fame and fishing-inspired art. Who knew?