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From the beginning, they came for our fresh air, water, cool summer breezes, snowy winter slopes, and year-round spectacular scenery. Writers and influencers have found much to love in Sullivan Catskills, here’s what they have to say…

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Dove number 74 at The Arnold House (VIDEO)
LIVINGSTON MANOR – The Sullivan County Dove Trail just got a little bit longer. A handful of people cheered as the 74th Dove along the trail was unveiled at the Arnold House in Livingston Manor. The co-owners of The Arnold House and founders of Foster Supply Hospitality Sims and Kirsten Foster appreciated the new dove created by artists Michelle and Bradley Silver. Sims Foster is glad to be part of the Dove Trail. “In May we will be celebrating 10 years since the start of the Arnold House and we have a new dove to help bring in the next decade. One of the phenomena that we were pleased with is that the Dove Trail works because people go and take pictures with them and we know people who have seen all the doves so it’s become a phenomenon here in Sullivan County,” he said. Kirsten Foster says that the dove represents her love for Sullivan County. “We started The Arnold House which was our first because of a fundamental love for this area, which is our home. Our kids are fifth generation, Livingston Manor and we think it’s such a wonderful place. Part of what we want to do is encourage more visitors to come and discover how beautiful it is here in Sullivan County. The doves help show all the wonderful things we offer in this area,” she said.

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The 30 Best Gins for 2024
VinePair got an exclusive pre-release taste of this gin from distiller Brian Facquet and chef Rachael Ray. One thing is clear: This upcoming release should be on your radar. Its profile will satisfy London Dry enthusiasts and dazzle with the clarity of its aromas and flavors. Even more interesting is the way those notes develop and evolve, allowing each botanical an opportunity to shine solo. Then there’s the texture: Facquet told us that he and Ray decided to try and capture the experience of enjoying a Castelveltrano olive. It’s a pretty esoteric ambition and strange concept to wrap your mind around. But sample this gin and it’s immediately apparent they nailed their brief. Bravo!

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Newest Monument Memorializing Woodstock 1969 Arrives in Sullivan County, New York
Sullivan County, NY is the home to the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival. It's a great reminder when driving through this area, of the historical and moving event that took place during the late 1960's. Sullivan County, NY is a place where visitors spend time fishing, hiking, recharging and more. What Is The Dove Trail In Sullivan County, NY?Sullivan Catskills explained that The Sullivan County Catskills Dove Trail is special, it "commemorates the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Woodstock festival and celebrates its impact on our Sullivan Catskills." They also shared that this trail is a collection of 50 sculptures of beautiful doves which is located throughout Sullivan County, NY in different towns, villages and businesses as well. These doves are hand painted by professional and local artists from the area, each one is truly inspired by the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival.

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20 Awesome Places to Go Glamping Near New York City
Callicoon Hills Resort is in a corner of the Western Catskills near the Delaware river, close to the Pennsylvania border, and surrounded by some of the area’s cutest and most darling towns, like Callicoon, Narrowsburg and Hankins, NY. In addition to the ten whimsical A-frame glamping cabins, the resort also boasts some pretty primo amenities as of late, too. Examples? A gym and outdoor yoga deck, plus saunas in the most picturesque of places—AKA, on a ridge overlooking the property. Each of the glamping cabins is cozy and enveloped in nature, accessible by hiking paths, making them ideal for a romantic weekend or just a little extra privacy. For an extra element of surprise, they also feature a huge, triangle shaped picture window that takes up one full side of the A-frame, exposing the most peaceful of views with a mix of relaxed-yet-premium furnishings.

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The “Leaning House”
From The Sullivan County Democrat:  ‘Halsey Corners’ Home: Many people have passed this dwelling at the corner of 17B and Route 115 in Bethel (Pucky Huddle Road) and wondered how soon it will succumb to gravity. Its legacy as part of the Halsey Corners of West Bethel is nearly forgotten, because it likely had its beginning well over a century ago. In 1984, Bethel Historian Beatrice Schoch wrote: “According to Mr. Ralph MacArthur, who owns this building and in whose family it has been for many years before the little building was built, this was never a toll house. It was a wash house behind the barns that were used as a way station for teamsters hauling a distance too great for one team or without a rest. It was moved where it is now about 1900 and used for some years as a home.” The Halsey Inn, which stood across from this on 17B, was reportedly owned by two of Mr. MacArthur’s aunts at one time; his mother was a Halsey before marriage. In the 1850 U.S. census, David Halsey is listed as an innkeeper in Bethel, and the inn is depicted across the road on the 1856 Gates map and the 1875 Beers Atlas. The late Callicoon historian Charles S. Hick wrote in the Sullivan County Record in 1944 about the Halsey Four Corners (as the intersection had been known), adding that they were also known sometimes as the McArthur Four Corners: “Many of you remember the ruins of the old tavern and the numerous barns that were a part of the es­tablishment... Here the horses on the turnpike stage coach were changed at that time and the passengers were provided with meals [at the hotel]... Every one was served with a meal, fresh horses were hitched to the coach, and every one was on his way with as little loss of time as possible.    

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Beyond The Borscht Belt: Discover The Catskills’ Modern Marvels
Since the 1920s, when Catskills attractions and hotels began luring Jewish vacationers from New York City, it’s been known as the Borscht Belt. Now it’s making a comeback thanks to shows like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Pop culture, affordability and true scenic beauty have made this upstate New York region popular again as a middle-class vacation mecca.

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11 Best East Coast Resorts for Families
Wellness travel is on the menu at Hemlock Neversink in the Sullivan Catskills, New York, making it a perfect choice as a family-friendly east coast resort. The 230-acre campus provides a rejuvenating haven and the Catskills has a history of being a retreat for city dwellers seeking solace. The whole family will enjoy a nature-based spa, a plant-focused restaurant, and a commitment to wellness. In addition to the spa and nature setting, you’ll find yoga and meditation classes, workshops, a goat sanctuary, herbalist programming, tennis courts, and hiking trails. This is the place to be for wellness and renewal in the rejuvenating mountain air.

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The Best New Wellness Retreats Around the World for 2024
Wellness retreats have come a long way since the days of austere ashrams and militant-minded boot camps. These days, you can reset your mind and body in five-star resorts that draw on both cutting-edge science and ancient healing practices to leave you feeling renewed. Whether you’re craving some serious pampering or a serious detox, you have more options than ever before both close to home and in far-flung locales.

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14 All-In-One Resorts to Plan the Ultimate Winter Getaway

Revel in Catskill winter bliss this season at the Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon. Find relaxation in one of the cozy lodging options ranging from six-person spacious suites to deluxe rooms with private balconies. When you book a winter getaway at Villa Roma not only will you unlock views of the beautiful snowy landscape, but also access to onsite activities, three meals a day, and other perks, all included in your rate. Start your day out on the Villa Roma slopes where you can ski, snowboard, or tube down the mountain, or explore the area on cross-country ski trails. Afterwards, warm up in front of the fireplace at the Ski Chalet or take a dip in the indoor heated pool or hot tub.

Relax indoors with a massage, facial, or manicure in the spa and salon. Get the whole family together and hit up the sports complex with bowling, go karts, and a bounce house, or the game room with an arcade, ping pong, and pool table. Round out the day with dinner and drinks at one of the seven dining establishments onsite, and make sure to check out Club Forum, which has live entertainment every night. If you’re looking to upgrade your Catskill getaway, check out Villa Roma’s winter weekend packages

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