Cochecton, New York 12726
A recently renovated barn in the Catskills of New York provides guests with ample privacy. The decor is a mix of mid-century modern and early american antiques. The Delaware River is just 3 miles away.
Relax in a hammock, picnic on the patio, stroll through the garden, play bocce ball in the yard, have a drink by the pond, or warm yourself by the campfire. Once you do venture off the property, you'll find a bunch of activities and events from which to choose. The county offers amazing natural beauty around every corner. Our windy country roads are ideal for a challenging bike ride or a relaxing drive. The area boasts an abundance of refreshing lakes, home to some of the best fishing and America and some fabulous boat trips (just 2 miles away.)
Added by Bobby Taylor on Mar 11 07 (last updated Mar 11 07)
From New York City:
Take the NYS Thruway/87 North to Exit 16. This puts you on Route 17 West. Proceed on 17 West 19 miles to Exit 121 W--Interstate 84 West. Take 84 West 19 miles to Port Jervis, exit 1. Left at the exit, wind through the town on Route 6 following signs for 97 North. Take 97 North approximately 30 miles. You'll pass through a blinking light in the town of Narrowsburg. From Narrowsburg it is 7 miles to Route 116/Lake Huntington. Take a sharp right onto 116 and in 3 miles you will see a yellow cow sign on your right, Mitchell Pond East is the left. We are on the left, #31. A white house with a yellow barn.
(See website for directions from Binghamton and Pennsylvania.)
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