Make memories, start new traditions – the Sullivan Catskills is a perfect escape for celebrating Thanksgiving. Crisp Fall air, sweet apple cider, family and friends gathered around the fire. From accommodations to dining options, there are plenty of ways to experience Thanksgiving in the Sullivan Catskills.
The Villa Roma Resort is offering an all-inclusive 3-night package with the 4th night free starting at $169 per adult, per night. Bethel Pastures Farm Bed & Breakfast has a great package for two – $535 a room includes breakfast each morning, Thanksgiving dinner and a 3 night stay in a queen room.
Rooms are still available at The DeBruce – one of the most popular places to stay and dine in the Catskill region, and Kadampa Meditation Center will be open to everyone over the Thanksgiving holiday. If you’re craving a more home-like experience, check out these amazing vacation rentals.
There’s plenty of other places to stay too – check out all your options.
If you’re cooking, reserve a farm fresh turkey today from Butchie’s Organic Farm or Hilly Acres Farm. The Callicoon Farmers’ Market and Barryville Farmers’ Market will round out your holiday table with local produce, sweets, spirits and more. And, if you need a few decorating ideas, The Farmhouse Project will show you how to style your holiday table.
Dining out? There are plenty of options. Check out The Heron, Rolling River Café, Catskill Mountains Resort, and Bernie’s Holiday Restaurant – all serving a scrumptious Thanksgiving Day meal.
Brandenburg Bakery makes some of the best pies you will ever eat and Chestnut Creek Baked Goods have a variety of holiday sweets too – order today.
What would Thanksgiving be without a little holiday fun! On Thanksgiving eve, head to the Callicoon Tree Lighting. On Friday, check out the Holiday Craft Fair at the Delaware Youth Center and the Holiday Parade in Jeffersonville – two community favorites.
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