THE INN > THE BUILDING

A classic 1850s
Catskills hostelry, the Woodbine Inn combines
19th century grace with modern day comfort

170 years of hospitality
The Woodbine Inn is one of the area's few operating Inns and Boarding Houses that date from the 1800s, its sturdy post-and-beam construction a testament to the simple life of 19th century upstate New York.

The bar, and the restaurant (now the Woodbine's ballroom) were added in the '20s, operating as a speakeasy and jazz club, and the bar was a regular haunt of notorious prohibition bootlegger Legs Diamond.

The Woodbine's original 10 guest rooms with single shared bath were converted in 2004 into 4 lovely guest suites, all with private baths.

The bar and ballroom now operate for private functions.



 

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  "The Woodbine Inn
appears to be the
culmination of multiple passions.
It's a combination of city culture interwoven
with casual country living, to my eye."