We are on top of the world in Windham. Enjoy warm spring weather, a hearty farmhouse breakfast at the Inn, a Delicious Lunch or dinner at the 1805 tavern.
Urban, Flatts, Towne, Dunn, Eldredge, Turner, Young, Ray, Lanco, Hayes, Ely, June, Rich, Ray, Ellis, Doleac and more.
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Fall into our great pallet of colors. The Catskills are first to reach peak color in September. Make time to treat yourself to natures beauty here in Windham NY.
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Covid protocols are followed throughout our property. Continental breakfast included with room. Hot breakfast menu available on weekends and holidays. Link for room pictures Ski season video Ski Season 2017/2018, Season long Room & Apartment Rentals Our Ski season rentals run from Thanksgiving weekend to the last Sunday in March for our professional skiers. Ski instructors and Ski Patrol. We work with a Reliable Snow Plowing company that keeps the place perfect for skiing the whole winter.
Call us for Ski Season rentals For our Ski Patrol and PSIA friends we also accommodate your early season meeting needs. Rooms include cable TV, phone, heat, Pvt Bath, maid service once per week, and continental breakfast starting at 7:00 AM on weekends. Season efficiency rentals do not include Continental breakfast or maid or laundry service. Prices for 17/18 are $3,800.00 for a room and $5,800.00 for an efficiency two bedroom rental.
The Windham House, constructed in 1805, began life as a Drovers Tavern on the Catskill Turnpike. As far West as Ithaca, NY. you will see historic markers mentioning the Catskill Turnpike.
Before approximately 1850 and the opening of the Erie Canal, the turnpike’s like The Catskill Turnpike and The Schoharie Turnpike, were the best way to transport goods and livestock to the Hudson river ports and hence to market. These trips to market required many days of travel and drovers taverns supplied food, lodging and security for men, their goods and livestock.
In 1952 when Stanley and Roberta Christman bought The Windham House From Myron and Emma Sanford, all of the essential elements of the drovers tavern were intact. There were a 300 acre functioning, dairy farm and all of its accessories, a large hog house, a large chicken coop, a large three story horse barn with an interior ramp, sapping supplies for maple syrup production, a good team of working horses, ice harvesting equipment and an ice pond. Also nets for trapping carrier pigeons, (now extinct ), a fine, “six holer” outhouse, with his and her sides, the Stoney Brook house where the caretaker lived and of course the large Inn to sleep up to 70 people.
Over the next 66 years Christman’s changed and adapted to the demands of the day and the needs of vacationers of today.
We are excited to announce the reopening of the Restaurant at the Inn Feb. 8th 2019.
Join us for Great food and atmosphere in our warm, cozy dining room.
Just wanted to thank you and Ruth for your great hospitality at your Inn last weekend. No one can control the weather but you and your staff still made it a terrific weekend of golf. The rooms were great at Oakhurst. The food was first class the salmon, lamb which is what I had was great. This was the third time that I have set up a golf trip with you and each time it gets better. We had ,11 guys come with us this year and nobody had a bad thing to say about anything, so thank you and good lordLord willing we will see next year if not sooner.
Whether you’re looking for a quick bite after a round of golf or you want the whole family to sit down for dinner, we have you covered!
Learn more about the rich history of The Windham House at our Colonial Tool Exhibit.
Come up to the Catskills. Enjoy fresh cool mountain air, Our great golf courses, Our Tavern food and drink, comfortable lodging, beautiful grounds, our friendly Staff welcomes you to our mountains.