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Twin Gables is closed for renovation until AUGUST of 2024.


in the meantime, consider staying at our beautiful sister property in


the Catskill Mountains

Hotel mountain Brook 

Bed and Breakfast in Woodstock


Right in the center of the Town of Woodstock, the house at Twin Gables was built in the 1880s as a private home on Tinker Street. It was established as a Boutique Hotel in 1926, when artists Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Daiber (of Brooklyn, NY) purchased the 19th-century home at the height of Woodstock's first flowering as a center for creative people. 

It was an unprecedented time in Woodstock’s history — the beginning of the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony — which served as a Utopian artists’ community, attracting free-spirits and bohemians from around the world. 

Our #littlearthotel was created by artists, for artists almost 100 years ago and with its revival in 2022, it continues to serve the creative community and beyond. We hope you enjoy staying in this historic landmark of the Hudson Valley! 

A close Up of our lobby entryway with a colorful oil painting and a golden mustard yellow feather lamp with textured walls


Twin Gables offers beautifully-designed light and airy guest rooms inspired by hand-selected artwork. 

Book one of our spacious suites with a private bath or experience our historic guest house as a community with shared accommodations.





A complimentary continental breakfast of fresh fruit and baked goods is sourced locally and served fresh daily from 8:30am-10:30am in our lovingly restored historic kitchen. 

Tea + Coffee Bar

Enjoy our 24-hour complimentary tea and coffee bar, mini fridge access, and filtered water to refill your hydroflasks conveniently located in our parlor. 



Stroll through our Secret Garden, drink your morning coffee in our private Gazebo, get cozy around our fire pit and spend time bird-watching on grounds, surrounded by native landscaping yet nestled in the heart of town.



Since the pandemic, we are fully sterilizing rooms in between guests, rather than offering housekeeping during your stay. We are committed to providing you with an environment that aligns with expert protocols for a safe stay.

Open Studio


Our worst kept secret (& namesake) are the Twin Gables: our finished attic space. Meditate, salute the sun, or use our open studio as your haven to work + create. 

Pet Policy


Twin Gables was originally a Victorian home built in the 1800s, thus the shared hallways are narrow. As a result, we do not allow pets. 

There is no safe way to keep fur babies separate from the rest of the guests. 





The Great Outdoors


Don't forget to bring your hiking boots for the new Ashokan Rail Trail or traverse up Overlook Mountain, Wittenberg Mountain and Slide Mountain. 

Cultural Sites


Hike up to the Tibetan Monastery for a tour or meditation, walk the sculptural trail at Opus 40, and visit the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild to see where it all began.

Art Walk


There's no shortage of talent on display. Check out The Center for Photography, the numerous local art galleries, or stroll through town to discover street art and hidden murals.



Want a local dive? Visiting The Station is a must! Love live music? Check out who's playing at The Colony or Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble. Craving a beer and local flavor? The Pub and Pearl Moon are right around the corner.



Woodstock has some of the best restaurants in the Catskills! The town caters to foodies and considers dietary interests. Check out our Twin Gables app for suggestions!



Twin Gables is located right in the heart of downtown Woodstock, surrounded by indie shops. 

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Tel: 845-679-9479 

73 Tinker Street

Woodstock, NY 12498

Illustrated Map of Twin Gables of Woodstock Boutique Hotel that is printed on postcard style
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