Rosehaven Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 147 Sunset Park Road, Haines Falls, New York, 12436, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 147 Sunset Park Road, Haines Falls, is near Escarpment Trail.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Rosehaven Inn Bed and Breakfast Haines Falls

    Absolutely Marvelous Catskills Inn

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    This absolutely gorgeous small inn is a must for anyone traveling to the Catskills -- particularly the Hunter Mountain area. Set in a lovely park-like setting, you'll be wowed when you first see the magnificant Craftsman-style porch, which wraps around the entire house. Owner Kelly Coughlin has completely refurbished the inn with a blend of late-era Victorian and Art & Crafts touches. Stunning Bradbury & Bradbury wallpaper and intricate tile work on the fireplaces will make you want to hire her as your own interrior designer! The guestrooms are very spacious and immaculate, the beds are heavenly with top-of-the-line linens and the breakfasts are mouth-watering. We stayed in Room 3 and I loved the view over the Rosehaven grounds from the whirlpool tub. Don't miss this one!

    Fantastic!

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    My husband and I spent a lovely weekend at the Rosehaven Inn. This B&B is beautifully restored and tastefully decorated. Our bed was exceptionally comfortable, with great linens and pillows. Our bathroom was spacious, with a deep whirlpool bath. The wrap-around porch is outfitted with comfortable chairs for sitting and taking in the mountain scenery. Kelly is a gracious host who made us feel at ease. We hiked in the nearby state park, where you can see the site of the historic Catskills Mountain House and spectacular views of the Hudson River Valley. There are lots of restaurants just a few minutes away in Tannersville and Hunter. We plan to return! In fact, I almost hesitate to write this review because too many compliments may make it harder to get a room in the future!

    We were Impressed!

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    What a lovely, serene, calming Victorian home! Our hostess Kelly was so helpful and friendly. Even on a rainy weekend, we managed to get our hiking in between the showers, enjoyed the views, saw a bear in the woods, got to see both Haines Falls and the tallest falls in New York State , Kaaterskill Falls, which was less than a 5 minute drive from the B&B! The hike in was strenous, stair climbing type but well worth it. We also hiked to the top of the falls from the other side the next day. Breakfast was excellent also--healthy and delicious. We enjoyed sitting on the lovely wrap around porch and reading during one of the downpours and enjoyed Gandolf's ( Kelly's dog) company. Our bedroom was perfect-- we enjoyed the porch roof balcony also! The biggest hit was the whirlpool tub after the hiking and the hairdryer when we returned soaking wet from one of the hikes. Dinner in Tannersville was also great-- we chose a German restaurant-- but don't forget the reservations for that one. Kelly also recommended several other places which we intend to try on our next visit. We have lived in the Catskills for 32 years and never got up there but intend to go back and do more hiking at the North/South Lake Park site and explore the area more. Of course our B&B will always be the Rosehaven. You have got to see the wood and wallpaper--it is beautiful. Gardens are also blossoming and a colorful treat to the eyes. Thank you so much Kelly! PS Lance never caught on about his retirement party until we entered our driveway at home on Saturday afternoon and saw 60 family and friends waiting for him! He did call me a lying person because I had to fake an attack of vertigo to get him to go straight home!!! He enjoyed the whole weekend very much and is well on his way to a life of leisure!

    Memorable Memorial Day

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    Because we are moving shortly we will never again have the opportunity to stay at the Rosehaven and I am truly sorry we did not find it sooner. Our stay this past memorial weekend was exceptional. The Inn itself is beautifully renovated, the rooms are plush (the jacuzzi tub was a treat), and the owners are warm and gracious. We would recommend the Rosehaven to our friends and if we ever plan another trip to the Catskills, it would be our first choice.

    Doesn't get any better than this!

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    My husband and I spent our honeymoon at Rosehaven Inn. It was a perfect choice for a romantic getaway. The innkeeper, Kelly, is warm and friendly and thought of every amenity to make guests comfortable. She and her husband, Sean, painstakingly renovated this grand painted lady to the impeccable condition it is today. Our spacious room was immaculate and comfortable with a gas fireplace, private balcony with a great view and large bathroom with a shower and whirlpool. In-roomDirect TV offers more channels than we had time to watch. The inn is off the main road and thoroughfare which provides a quiet, private atomosphere. The surrounding area area offers lots to do and is especially beautiful in the fall. Breakfasts are scrumptious! Definitely give this one a try...you will be very glad you chose the Rosehaven Inn.

    Highly Recommended

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    My girlfriend and I recently stayed at the Rosehaven Inn. It is a picturesque house with a nice view of the mountains. The bedrooms are clean, modern and soooo comfortable. The innkeeper, Kelly, is warm and interesting, and makes a great breakfast. The area offers lots of fun outdoor activities. You can't go wrong with this one. We'll be back!

    Beautiful & Peaceful

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    Rosehaven Inn was the best experience at a bed & breakfast or inn that we have ever had. It is located very near the stunning vistas of the hiking trails at North & South Lake, and the Kaaterskill Falls in the Green County area of the Catskills. Surrounded by woods and a creek, it has beautiful views and is completely peaceful and quiet. The owners are friendly and welcoming.

    The inn itself is a huge old victorian house completely and exquisitely restored by the owners. It has a wraparound porch that surrounds the house on four sides with groupings of furniture at various points to sit and enjoy the views. Inside, Rosehaven has been restored to a very high standard and with wonderful craftsmanship. The inn has four rooms as well as very comfortable common room areas. All of them have been decorated beautifully by the owner, Kelly, and are warm and comfortable. The rooms we had were large and the bathrooms were huge with jacuzzi tubs with views to the mountains. The breakfasts Kelly made each morning were delicious and enough food to hold us until dinner. We may return to do nothing but sit on the rocking chairs on the porch at Rosehaven to breathe the air and take in the views. l

    We Loved Everything About It.

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    We have been there several times, and it's just a pleasure every time.

    BY far the best B&B we have stayed in the USA & Canada.

    Beautiful Colonial Inn!

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    This bed and breakfast was absolutely gorgeous! The room we stayed in had a fireplace and separate whirlpool tub -- which was great to return to after a long day of skiing at Hunter Mountain! The ride to Hunter was only 10 minutes. Breakfast was unbelievable and Kelly, the owner, was a sweetheart!

    I would recommend staying here without a doubt! I am looking forward to my next stay already, and I just got back!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rosehaven Inn Bed and Breakfast Haines Falls

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