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Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant

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866 Mountain Ave County Route 24, Purling, NY 12470-3502
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A charming historic hotel nestled in the Catskill mountains. The Bavarian Manor is family-owned, and steeped in the history of the area. With its classic charm and home-grown recipes, the Bavarian Manor Country Inn and Restaurant is a beautiful place to escape for a night, weekend, or holiday retreat. The rooms have views of the majestic Catskill mountain range, as well as the beautiful scenery that you can only find in upstate New York! Whether you're looking for a cozy room to rest your head for the evening, or looking for a comfortable room that you can share with your family, you can find a place here at the Manor. One of the biggest draws here at the Manor is the on-site restaurant and bar. Our German food has won, and continues to win, countless awards for best German cuisine in the area. Our friendly staff will be glad to serve you as our chefs prove to you that we have the some of the best food this side of Bavaria!
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Golf course
Hiking
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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jmpncsu wrote a review Oct 2021
Raleigh, North Carolina4383 contributions1278 helpful votes
We stayed one night with our dog at Bavarian Manor. The hotel itself is beautiful as is the surrounding countryside. Staff were friendly at check in and nice to our dog, who got a welcome package with a chew toy and some treats. The room was a little small, but clean and comfortable and served our needs. Due to the pandemic, the restaurant was closed and breakfast was served pretty late, so we didn't stick around. Overall, a beautiful old hotel that makes a nice stay in the Catskills, especially if traveling with a dog.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Betty Parrilla wrote a review Nov 2020
Staten Island, New York14 contributions1 helpful vote
Good evening. My name is Betty Parrilla. My husband, John Spero and I are spending our third anniversary weekend with you. We are staying in room #38. We've traveled three hours from NYC. This is our third stay with you. We've immensely enjoyed our prior stays with you. Mostly due to your beautiful mansion, the gorgeous surrounding area during this time of year, the wonderful staff and the sumptuous breakfasts served! However, this recent stay was less than so for the following reasons: 1. The water supply - It would've been nice to be warned about the putrid water supply at check-in! We had no idea that we could not drink the water or that its smell of rotting eggs/sulphur would be so off-putting during showers and when using the sink. We made dinner reservations here on the first night of our stay. When taking our dinner orders the waitress provided us with a choice of beverages . I asked the waitress for iced tap water. At that time the waitress should've warned us about the quality of the local water and bottled water should've been suggested instead. The waitress did not provide us with same. She brought over a carafe of ice water to the table. The water smelled strongly of sulphur. I took a few sips of the water and not only did it have a foul scent it also had a repulsive taste! When she returned to the table with the food we asked for bottled water. Least to say, I became extremely annoyed because the waitress had to have known that the quality of the local tap water was not drinkable and unsafe. As information, I suffer from a chronic digestive disorder called IBS and that night I suffered a terrible bout of IBS (Irritable Bowl Syndrome) which lasted most of the night after drinking the water! I asked the waitress about it at breakfast the next morning. The waitress confirmed the water does indeed have a strong sulphuric content because the water is sourced from a well. I advised her that the waitress at dinner did not bother to inform us of this. The waitress did not offer an apology but went right ahead and asked for our breakfast orders. Again, either the amiable woman at our check-in or the waitress should've warned us about the water situation at dinner. 2. Flying insects (refer to the picture) - when we came up to the room after check-in on Friday afternoon we noticed a large insect on the curtain by the window. I was aghast because I'm afraid of insects!! My husband killed it. The next day (Saturday) he killed two more of the same large insects in the room. One in the bathroom and another at the large window by the fireplace. Additionally, there were one or two of these insects on the screen of the bathroom window daily. I went downstairs to speak to the woman who checked us in. She said she wasn't sure what insects I was referring to but said, "we have lots of insects this time of year". I told her that I understood this fact but, I was not expecting three large flying insects INSIDE THE ROOM and explained I have a serious phobia about insects. I asked if someone could come to the room to see where the insects were coming from as the windows throughout the room were screened and closed and if someone could treat the room with insect spray. She affirmed that she would take care of it. However, no one came to the room as promised or addressed this issue with us during our stay. I was incredibly stressed about the insect situation during our entire stay. So much so that my husband had to check the room for insects several times before we settled in for the night! Not a great way to spend a relaxing weekend in the Catskills! Again, today (Sunday) there were two more large flying insects inside the room upon our return from an afternoon out. My husband killed them both. I immediately called the Front Desk and the woman who answered said she would send someone up to address the matter. Predictably, she did not. She didn't even bother to call or follow-up on the situation. My husband was annoyed at this lack of follow through because he planned on going out to have a cigar and was prevented from enjoying a cigar on your gorgeous grounds because I was afraid there were other insects in the room and wouldn't allow him to leave! As aforementioned, we thoroughly enjoyed our prior stays (I gave you great online reviews!) with you which is why we decided to spend our third anniversary weekend with you. It was a pleasure to see that your establishment was open (during the pandemic) and serving your fine food! But, I feel that your staff should be better trained to respond to and appropriately address issues as above-mentioned. The former should've been taken more seriously by your staff due to the health-related issues involved (I suffer from IBS a chronic digestive disorder) and the latter, because of the serious phobia I have about insects. That said, I suggest that the rooms be fumigated during this time of year. Overall, it's unfortunate that our stay was not more enjoyable this year. We were really looking forward to this respite after being on lockdown for the last 6 months in New York City.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Barbara wrote a review Oct 2020
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Booked for 2 days but left after the first night. Our room had many stink bugs in the room . Told the desk and we were told that all rooms have bugs . “ time of the year “ it probably would have helped the situation if the screens hadn’t had holes in them and if the windows hadn’t had gaps between them . Wedged towels in between the windows and it helped but still had some large bugs flying around at night. We were offered another room the 1 st hour we were there but when we looked at that room rather were dead dried bugs in a large area , not vacuumed obviously. No apology’s, discounts or warning before we came as the situation. We were looking forward to our visit because we had been the a few years ago at the same time of the year and at that time it was very nice with outdoor fires and pumpkins all over. This visit was disappointing and we wouldn’t go back again .
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Date of stay: October 2020
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sheri s wrote a review Jan 2020
Albany, New York40 contributions18 helpful votes
I had to pleasure in eating at this cute historic inn for a family birthday dinner. What a surprise that such a cute place is so hidden. Lovely clean rooms to stay in on the 2nd and 3rd floors. You need to use stairs. Breakfast is included they tell me. Unfortunetly the restaurant is only open for the weekends. I would suggest checking this place out if you just want to hang out or use it for your homebase while driving to Hudson or other areas of interest. The food was good. Most everyone had a german dish.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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LouLou324 wrote a review Oct 2019
New York73 contributions54 helpful votes
My husband and I have been to Bavarian Manor several times and are never disappointed. The food is delicious, the menu is extensive and the price is right. The German decor helps make the atmosphere of the restaurant very quaint and homey. It is a bit off the highway, but well worth the extra driving! I highly recommend this great German restaurant. There are also non-german dishes.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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British Invasion trip wrote a review Sep 2019
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This is more of a restaurant and bar then B&B. took one look at the room - which looks fine in pictures but very different in reality - the innkeeper thankfully refunded our stay when we said we were not not happy with the accommodations. This is not a quiet Inn.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Response from NancyandErica3261, Front Office Manager at Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant
Responded 19 Sep 2019
Our award winning restaurant and inn can be busy especially on weekends.
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Working mom wrote a review Aug 2019
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My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our weekend escape at the Bavarian Manor. The staff is very friendly and quick to provide any service needed. The setting is quaint with beautifully adorned rooms. The Inn is quite old, as noted by some of the uneven floorboards that lend to the character. There are many historical photos and relics displayed at the Inn, including the dining room that is adorned in traditional German fare. The rooms are private and quiet, nicely decorated. Beds are firm and comfortable. The bathrooms are a little smaller than newer hotels but sufficient room to maneuver. There are no elevators, so ask about stairs if that is an issue for you. There is a restaurant and bar on the premises that serve absolutely delicious food. Menu includes some traditional German foods. We had the rouladen and schnitzel with spaetzle that did not diassapoint. Don't miss the desserts, creme broule and German chocolate cake among them. I highly recommend either. Lastly, there is a great wrap around porch with lots of comfy seating where you can lounge after dinner. We loved our weekend at the Manor.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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NelsonVNile wrote a review Jul 2019
Chestertown, Maryland157 contributions100 helpful votes
The Bavarian Inn is a lovely old hotel in a beautiful country setting. The hosts are very accommodating. They go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The room we stayed in was very nice. But the best attraction is the restaurant which serves exceptional good German cuisine. Try the jaeger schnitzel. Breakfast is also a treat. A great place to experience a little bit of Bavaria in America.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Wakko R wrote a review Jul 2019
St. Augustine, Florida125 contributions32 helpful votes
As far as the Bavarian Manor Inn I would not go back. The bar and restaurant are very busy so the owner Stan has to manage the hotel guests as well. And I don’t find him to be that hospitable. It’s like calling downstairs to let them know the internet is down and he’s busy telling me that the internet is working downstairs. Like I would call just for the fun of calling???? As far as being pet friendly they have lots of rules and they should have them listed online. The dog got a bag of treats and such but knowing the rules before hand would have been better. I would have preferred to stay at the Best Western. It just makes me feel so uncomfortable and one of their rules is the dog can’t be in the room on its own. Well kind of difficult if you are traveling solo and trying to unpack the car. Guess I won’t be staying for breakfast either. Like I said not dog friendly lots of rules. And when I said to him that the dog is a service dog he said the only service dog certificate he excepts is from the American Disability. Well he’s a jerk and I can’t wait to post my review. I wonder if they have as many rules for parents traveling with young children. No shouting, no running, no jumping on the bed... I was exhausted from driving when I arrived, took off my shoes and just laid down on the bed. The lights were off, the window was wide open so the room is damp. I have been waiting for the AC to take the dampness and humidity out of room. Good luck with that. The bed in room 32 is not comfortable. The springs are digging into my back. I show the housekeepers. The room is very very small and cluttered. With a small room less is more. The place we stayed in last night in NJ had 9 dogs staying there. Everyone was very courteous with their pets. We were not handed a list. The owners love dogs and it showed. I never heard any dogs barking not even my own. The walls here must be very thin I know the owners skin is. Not what I was expecting after being treated so wonderfully at the Grenville Hotel in NJ.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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fowlerjohn000 wrote a review Jul 2019
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Fantastic service from very friendly and helpful people. Bed was comfy and room was well kept. Restaurant had good food and good beer. A very relaxing setup with tables out on the porch and front lawn.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from NancyandErica3261, Front Office Manager at Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant
Responded 23 Jul 2019
Thank you for visiting with us, We are delighted you enjoyed your stay. Best Regards, The Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant
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$145 - $165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesNew YorkCatskill RegionPurling
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant
Which popular attractions are close to Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
Nearby attractions include The Old Catskill Game Farm (5.6 km), Bailiwick Animal Park (7.5 km), and Mahayana Buddhist Temple (7.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
Conveniently located restaurants include Log Cabin Cafe, Bavarian Manor, and Mike's Diner.
Are pets allowed at Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Polish.
Are there any historical sites close to Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Thomas Cole National Historic Site (14.9 km) and Bronck Museum (15.9 km).