Woodstock Town

Saugerties Town Guide

Woodstock Town Guide

Things to do


Woodstock Inn on the Millstream

Babbling brook and luscious gardens

This re-done motor-inn offers a lovely blend of privacy and comfort with the ambience of a B&B. The dйcor is fresh and light and the gardens are amazing. Enjoy a delectable continental breakfast and then walk to town for some shopping. 48 Tannery Brook Road.

Twin Gables of Woodstock
Twin Gables of Woodstock

Woodstock Landmark

The oldest Guest House in Woodstock. Decorated with antique furniture, each of the 9 rooms has its own unique flavor. Enjoy the infamous “room books» illustrate personal experiences from previous guests. 73 Tinker Street.




Clouds Craft Gallery

The finest in American Crafts for 25 years
A shimmering, dazzling store notable particularly for the superb glasswares, both functional (goblets and vases) and sculptural. Also jewelry. Winner of the 1999 Hudson Valley Magazine award for best contempory crafts gallery. 1 Mill Hill Road.

Pegasus Footwear

Awesome shoes
The store has an excellent reputation for service, the staff is well-informed, and the selection is superb; here you can try on all those fancy European brands you’ve heard of. 10 Mill Hill Road.



Things to Do

Woodstock Artist Association & Museum

Art and Woodstock go hand in hand
Houses a large collection of art by Woodstock artists past and present. Monthly exhibits in both upstairs and downstairs gallery, Hosts solo shows and exhibits by students in the education program. 28 Tinker Street.


Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

Kids and adults will love these four legged friends
The Sanctuary provides shelter to rescued cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, sheep, and goats. Sit down with a pig who wants nothing more than a belly rub, cuddle with chickens who seek out your attention or get nuzzled by some very friendly sheep! 35 Van Wagner.


Places to Eat

Bread Alone Cafe

Organic breads from a wood-fired brick oven
The organic and traditionally-baked loaves from the «Bread Alone» headquarters two miles out of town have become a staple of NYC gourmets. You can get a cooked meal at the cafe, or just feast on fresh breads and pastries. 22 Mill Hill Road.

Joshua’s Cafe

Healthy, World cuisine
Large and multifaceted menu with a whole page of vegetarian dishes. Warm atmosphere and a great location for people watching. Upstairs “Lava Lounge” hosts music events. 51 Tinker Street.