We are a Bed & Breakfast dedicated to sustainable living...
what does that mean?

Our goal is to provide a comfortable, beautiful space for our guests while employing practices that minimize our footprint on the land. We grow as much of our own food as possible using organic practices, and focus on acquiring what else primarily through our local food system.

Our solar panels produce roughly 75% of our electricity and we have recently begun to upgrade the older portion of the house with new insulation and high efficiency windows. After tightening the envelope of the building, we were able to reinstall high efficiency wood stoves. This source of heat also allows us to better manage our woodland.

Our ‘carriage house’ room includes many elements of sustainable design. The bathroom constitutes most of the new construction, which features recycled glass tile, a dual flush toilet, and reclaimed sink and vanity. We also utilized natural fiber insulation, and no VOC paint for our walls.

Innkeeper, Megan Reynolds


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"... we could taste the care you put into what you placed on our table, and we really appreciate that...your breakfast spreads were truly spectacular" Jo, New York


Just 90 miles north of New York City, Woodstock is a dynamic town and the perfect base from which to explore the Catskill Mountains and Hudson Valley region. TreeGap offers both a lovely, private country setting as well as proximity to area attractions. We are 1.5 miles from town, and steps from
Byrdcliffe Art Colony, which offers theatre, dance, and studio tours throughout the season. Just up the mountain is the KTD Buddhist monastery, and hiking’s right out the door. Or we’ll pack you a picnic lunch and send you off to nearby waterfalls for a swim.

The Hudson Valley and Catskill region have much to offer visitors of all interests. The town of Woodstock is known for its shops and flea markets, galleries and art centers. There are many venues for dance, music and film. Visit the Woodstock Playhouse or attend a performance at the Maverick, home to the oldest running chamber music series in the country.

Woodstock is also home to excellent restaurants including some of our favorites The Red Onion, Silvia, and R&R Taproom. If you're out and about in Kingston, try Elephant and Duo. There’s also no shortage of outdoor activities, including fly fishing, hiking, horseback riding and rockclimbing.

A short drive will bring you to a local vineyard, the home of a Hudson River School painter, or an orchard for apple picking.Tell us your interests, and we’ll help you plan the activities that will enhance your stay. But then, with our sixteen acres of gardens, woods, and meadows, you may never leave your private porch...

From the South:
Take the New York State Thruway North to Exit 19 Kingston.
Off the ramp, take the first right off of traffic circle - Route 28 towards Pine Hill.
Take Route 28 West approximately 6 miles and exit right at the light onto Route 375 towards Woodstock.
Take Route 375 to the end (about 3 miles) and make a left onto Route 212 towards Bearsville.

Go up the hill (about 1⁄4 mile) and take a right in the center of town, onto Rock City Road.
(Clouds Gallery will be on your right, Houst Hardware on your left.)
Take Rock City Road 1⁄2 mile to the four way stop. Turn left onto Glasco Turnpike.
Take Glasco Turnpike 1⁄2 mile and make a right onto Upper Byrdcliffe Rd.
We are 1⁄2 mile up the road on the right, number 316. Follow the driveway to the last house.
From the North:
Take the NY Thruway South to Exit 20 Saugerties/Woodstock.
Exit off the ramp, and take first left to the intersection of Route 212.
Take a right onto 212 towards Woodstock.
In approximately 7 miles, you will enter Woodstock. Follow directions above, from the South,’
from the second paragraph.
From Connecticut:
Take 84 West to the NY State Thruway North, exit 7S. Follow directions ‘from the South.’

What guests are saying about us

We were featured in Timeout NY's 2012 Getaways issue!

A post about Woodstock in which we get a nice shout out!

More nice news from theplacesilove.com

A really nice blog post we just discovered written by a former guest.

And an assortment of thoughtful feedback from our guests