The house at Twin Gables was built in the 1880s as a private home off Tinker St in Woodstock. 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 2020, it continues to serve the creative community and beyond. We hope you enjoy staying in this historic landmark of the Hudson Valley!