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Route 23A 5085 Main Street, Haines Falls, NY 12436
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#2 of 2 Specialty lodging in Haines Falls
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Located in the beautiful mountaintop hamlet of Haines Falls, The Twilight Lodge provides the perfect setting to unwind while experiencing all that the Catskill Mountains have to offer. We are a mere 10 minutes from the slopes of Hunter Mountain, 25 minutes to Windham Mountain, 30 minutes to the arts and culture of Woodstock and surrounded by first-rate hiking, camping, dining and more. Come stay the night in one of 7 beautiful rooms furnished and decorated with one-of-a-kind pieces collected from around the world and wake up to a full breakfast in our beautiful dining room.
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Free internet
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English, Hungarian
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Jsmo wrote a review Jul 2022
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This place is way underrated. We have a whole suite to ourselves: our own room, private bathroom, and a little living room. The place is very clean, the bed is comfortable, nice AC. The owner is soo friendly. The breakfast was good, the owner offered us a hot breakfast too.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Victoria K wrote a review May 2021
Wallingford, Connecticut15 contributions4 helpful votes
I stayed at the Twilight Lodge for one evening planning to meet a friend the next day at his family's condo. The room was comfortable and cozy. Greg was a wonderful, friendly and accommodating host. He even helped me to find a place to eat midweek during covid at 9 at night, then called me a half an hour later to make sure I had found the place okay. In the morning there was a lovely assortment of bagels breakfast cereals coffee and juice. Though the place is very unassuming and nothing lavish I would stay there again in a minute.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
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LauraG83 wrote a review Apr 2021
Philadelphia91 contributions9 helpful votes
The place is small and right on the main road, and there is no front office so be sure to call when you arrive. Yes it is a little old, outdated, sparse, and run down, but for the price the service is very good and the staff is welcoming. There used to be shared bathrooms, but because of Covid when we stayed they were only having one bathroom per room (though you may have to go in the hall to access). Close to Hunter Mountain and Windham (25 min drive) for skiing! And the included breakfast was a nice surprise! More like a HOSTEL than a B&B, so be prepared. The photos on the website show more furniture in the rooms than there really is. But it’s just a good place to sleep to then go on your adventures!
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Lisa Lenz wrote a review Aug 2020
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Stayed at Twightlight Lodge last night - very nice!!! Little old but that leafs to the charm. Felt like i was a guest in someones home. If you're not a fussy person, this us an adorable, great place to stay - oh and very affordable!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ori Alon wrote a review Dec 2019
Skiathos Town, Greece9 contributions1 helpful vote
The rooms were fine, you are sharing the bathroom so that’s a little annoying but we were lucky to stay there almost alone so it was fine. Breakfast was great(!) and location is very good if you’re with a car (about 10 min from the hunter ski resort). Overall- would come back mostly bc of price and good service!
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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gvsnj wrote a review Nov 2019
Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey280 contributions53 helpful votes
I would not stay here again. Yes, it's like traveling in Europe and staying at a guest house. However the room was not as clean as it should have been. It had not been dusted in several weeks. the curtains looked old and faded. One set of curtains was floor length which caused it to hang on top of the electric heater. This can easily cause a fire if left unattended. Make sure the curtain is not resting on the heater. The bathroom , especially the shower needed cleaning. The heating situation is not optimum as there is no real thermostatic control. You have to turn the electric heater on and keep adjusting the heater until you have it right for you, this could take ours. There is a wifi except the wifi did not work. It probably needed to be reset. And there really is no one to contact about the wifi. The proprietors are not very electronic savy. They do not answer email. They rarely answer their phone. However I will say that Barbara is a really nice lady once you meet here, really old time person, hard working and very old country Hungarian. And this Inn is difficult to find. The sign is not large and it's a dark sign. We ended up going past it several times. GPS does not help up there as the signals are very weak.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Steve V wrote a review Mar 2019
Syosset, New York142 contributions46 helpful votes
The owner of this small B&B is very nice, but this was a swing and a miss! The accommodations were rather old. In addition, we could not use the hot or cold water due to the overwhelming odor of sulfur when you turned the faucets on. We had to buy bottled water to use just to be able to brush our teeth. We requested that they consider a refund of the fee we paid. No response thus far. Very disappointed!
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Nicole D wrote a review Jan 2018
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The first thing I want to say is: it's not as bad as the reviews state. Come here with an open mind (and perhaps an extra sweater) and you might enjoy it very much. I will tell you my experience and why there are all those negative reviews are out there. When I booked my stay at the Twilight Lodge, I did it quickly through Expedia, because it was a less expensive option for New Year's Eve, and their website made the place look like a gorgeous, undiscovered gem in the Catskills. When I arrived, it didn't seem like I was at the CORRECT Twilight Lodge. Maybe I'd be directed to their main property???? If you've read the majority of reviews, you've seen that most people were very disappointed and downright freaked out by this place. I can understand why. It is so incredibly different from your typical American hotel, or even cheap motel. American hotels/motels are PREDICTABLE; like fast food. Even at the worst of them, you know what to expect. The Twilight Lodge is The Twilight Zone of accommodations: it can be disorienting and uncomfortable unless you decide to relax and go with it. There is no front desk or even a bell to ring for service. Check in/out involves tracking your hosts down. There is no heat in the rooms (at least not my room); instead, there are space heaters. I had to wear my coat, gloves and hat and stay under the covers for about an hour until it started to warm the room on that record cold day. That said, the heater actually did a fantastic job and it got so warm in there, I had to open the window for a bit. Then I remembered that I had, in fact, stayed in places like this before. In Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, and Romania (the owners are Hungarian). They were very similar. There just seem to be different cultural expectations and standards. And I wouldn't even say that the Eastern European standards were "lower," just different. It's just that things like having only space heaters for heat, tiny rooms, family style tables at breakfast, etc. aren't unusual or psychologically challenging for them. For an American--especially one who has not traveled much in these regions--it might seem bizarre and even unacceptable. But for the open-minded, laid back, seasoned traveler (or anyone willing to just deal with differences and have a bit of adventure) it could be an interesting, even fascinating experience (which is how I eventually chose to look at it). It's just a place to spend the night and it was VERY CLEAN, FRIENDLY, GREAT BREAKFAST, WIFI, AND THE ROOMS WERE SMALL BUT CUTE AND TASTEFULLY DECORATED. And Barbara's antique "museum" (open only Saturday and Sunday) is fabulous for those who love foreign antiques mingled with random weirdness. This is a family business, and it feels like you are staying at someone's gramdma's house...in 1990s Eastern Europe. So, I recommend it because it's an experience and, if you look at it with curiosity and an open mind, not at all a bad one. But do bring ear plugs because the walls are very thin. Enjoy!
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Date of stay: December 2017
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Expect the Unexpected. A place with character and heart.
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Nancy D wrote a review Jul 2017
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If I only had done a few minutes of research.. I only chose this inn due to the fact that it was closest to Kaaterskill Falls. Bad mistake. I felt like I was in a Stephen King novel. No office, just a number you call for the key. Old woman and young girl (granddaughter) with thick accents... interior was that out of date reminiscent of an old brothel. Definitely misrepresents themselves on the website. I immediately had to go out and search for another room elsewhere in the vicinity. Buyer beware
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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solentjim wrote a review Oct 2016
Southampton, United Kingdom6 contributions1 helpful vote
Do your research..... I did not and booked the Twilight Lodge as it seemed reasonably priced and in the location we wished to visit. However, on arrival there was a note about a key around the back (there wasn't) and two telephone numbers. We could get no signal on our mobile, so that was that! We were not impressed by the exterior nor the fact that an upstairs window was wide open. We had to find alternative accommodation and, of course, no refund was offered for our inability to stay.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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$76 - $81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesNew YorkCatskill RegionHaines Falls
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Twilight Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to The Twilight Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Kaaterskill Falls (2.6 km), Mountain Top Arboretum (4.3 km), and Tannersville Antique & Artisan Center (3.3 km).
What food & drink options are available at The Twilight Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to The Twilight Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Last Chance Antiques & Cheese Cafe, Ladoria Ristorante, and Circle W General Store.
Is The Twilight Lodge located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.00 km away from the centre of Haines Falls.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Twilight Lodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Hungarian.