Saugerties Town

Saugerties Town Guide

Things to do


Saugerties lodging
Smythe House Bed & Breakfast

1890 Victorian «Shingle Style» Cottage

Newly-restored, whimsical cottage. Good access to Kingston. Rooms with antiques.  Full breakfast prepared to visitors’ tastes, tea-time, and snacks.

Saugerties lodging
Bluestone Country Manor B&B

3-acre estate, great  views, good for HITS

Fine 1930’s stone manor house on 3 landscaped acres, great views east and west over Berkshire and Catskill mtns. 3-rm coach house. Quiet retreat. Convenient to HITS.


Saugerties lodging

The Chateau and Tudor Rooms

Sculpture garden, run by artist couple

Secluded waterfront Tudor estate, 8 acres of sculpture park & gardens, spectacular views. Breakfast in manor dining room.



brass urn

Saugerties Antiques Gallery

18th, 19th C. American & European
Pat Guariglia is a dealers’
dealer. It’s to his shop they come for high quality, mainly European,
antiques. But you’re very welcome to visit and browse, and enjoy
the spectacle. Two large floors.


Partition Street Antiques

Partition Street Antiques

Mission Oak—Stickley—and

Richard Caggiano has been
indulging his passion for Stickley since 1982. He maintains two
large open floors of wooden furniture—mission oak and rattan—plus
pictures and other items of the period.


Things to Do


HITS Horse Shows in the Sun

May 23 to September 12.
“The” thing to do in Saugerties! A series of hunter/jumper horse shows over continuous weeks. 319 Main Street.



Krause’s Chocolates

Local chocolatey delights!

Award winning chocolates from a family owned business. Sample the chocolate, shop gifts and trinkets and chat with the friendly staff. 41 South Partition Street.


Places to Eat

Miss Lucys Kitchen
Miss Lucy’s Kitchen

Gourmet American set in a country shabby chic setting

Fresh local ingredients are featured in this eatery! Open for lunch and dinner.Creative vegetarian entrees available. Reservations suggested. 90 Partition Street.



Cafй Tamayo

Gorgeous interior
Despite its Mexican sounding name it serves first rate American cuisine using local produce. The atmosphere is delighful. There is a long oak bar that dates to the 19th century and a lovely outdoor dining area. Reservations suggested. 89 Partition Street.