New Paltz Town

New Paltz Town Guide

Things to do


Moondance B&B

Moondance Ridge B&B

Modern B&B

Large rooms only a couple of miles from downtown Main St. Outdoor sauna. Freshly made snacks and breakfast. 55 Shivertown Road.


Orchard Heights

The Inn at Orchard Heights

1888 Queen Anne Victorian home
Located on a side street in the heart of downtown New Paltz. Walk to everything! A hearty breakfast is served each morning with delicious homemade specialties. Child and pet friendly. 20 Church Street.




Water Street Market
Water Street Market

Great open air shopping village

Browse antiques, art, clothes and international items within the 20 award-winning shops. Includes a handful of places for delicious snack or meal. The quaint open air shopping village is situated on Main Street, by the corner of Historic Huguenot Street and Water Street.


A really fun home furnishing and knick knack emporium

Deliciously scented candles, custom furniture, eclectic kitchen items and entertaining coffee table books. An easy place to “get lost in.” 67 Main Street.


Things To Do

Walking Tour

Hugenot Street and More…
Choose your walk carefully, and New Paltz
is enchanting. It contains the oldest intact street in America,
an entire street of original stone houses.


Payne Farms

Trail rides at the foot of the Gunks

Family-owned and operated equestrian facility with acres of wooded trails and meadows. The guides are friendly and the
horses willing.



Places to Eat

Village Tea Room
The Village Tearoom

European sophistication in the heart of New Paltz

Agnes comes to New Paltz from Scotland by way of the Culinary Institute. She’s a power baker, and wields a mean teapot. Great place for tea, and breakfast. And why not lunch tapas and dinner?


P&G’s Restaurant

New Paltz classic in the heart of downtown Main Street
The bar can get a bit rowdy but the hearty and affordable “bar food” can really hit the spot. Try the homemade New England clam chowder; a house special. Kid friendly.