Mohonk Mountain House New Paltz, New Paltz, New York

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Mohonk Mountain House is a spectacular Victorian Castle overlooking Lake Mohonk in the heart of a scenic natural area comprised of more than 26000 acres. Since 1869 guests have found a place for recreation and renewal of body mind and spirit in our unique mountaintop setting. The sight of this enchanting castle sweeping lawns award winning gardens never fails to delight. A feeling of comfort and home prevails at Mohonk. With 266 rooms Mohonk offers accommodations to suit every need. Mohonk is a Full American Plan resort. Rates include accommodations three meals daily afternoon tea and cookies along with a wide variety of activities and entertainment. Complimentary year-round activities include indoor heated pool guided hikes nature walks fitness center classes yoga Pilates childrens programs and house tours. Complimentary seasonal activities include tennis mid-week golf putting lake swimming boating ice-skating cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Spa Services horseback riding carriage rides and weekend gold are available for an additional charge. The Spa at Mohonk Mountain House offers 16 treatment rooms a full-service salon solarium with stone fireplace and an outdoor heated mineral pool indoor heated pool and comprehensive fitness center. Choose from among yoga Pilates Qi Gong aerobics and water classes. At Mohonk Mountain House find your perfect balance of activity rest and play.

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    Ashley D (verified owner)

    Amazing! Best Day Evuh!

    Mohonk has endless options for fun times, great food, beautiful scenery and a real sense of historic ambiance. It’s where I imagine those old fancy blue blood New York families would have spent summers, complete with reading nooks and gardens. People dress up for dinner. My tween siblings loved the rock scramble and canoes. We hiked and ate and lounged… it was a dreamy day. I definitely want to go back.

    Tips for Families

    Definitely a pricey overnight destination, but if you pay for brunch then you get access to all the fabulous amenities for free (or minimal) cost. Then find cheaper lodging somewhere else.

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