STAY AT STICKETT INN

Our address is 3380 Route 97 Barryville, NY 12719. A car is ideal for a lot of what is listed below, but there is plenty to do walking distance around the area including vintage stores, restaurants and bars. A local car service is available for reasonable rates.

Barryville is a hamlet in the Town of Highland in Sullivan County, New York–the Western Catskills. Neighboring communities include Port Jervis, NY, Narrowsburg, NY, White Lake, NY, Callicoon, NY, Jeffersonville, NY, Milford, PA, Shohola, PA, White Lake, NY, Monticello, NY and Bethel, NY–the town that hosted the original Woodstock Festival which is now the Bethel Woods Center For The Arts.

THE BANG BANG BAR @ Stickett Inn is onsite and serves Intelligentsia Fresh Roasted Coffee as well as light breakfast, baked goods, and other offerings. We also serve our signature Stickett Inn Cider as well as other sprits, beer, and wine produced in NY State. The hours after Memorial Day until Labor Day are Thursdays 5-11pm, Fridays, 12pm-1AM, Saturdays 8AM-1AM, Sundays 8AM-11pm, and Mondays 8AM-3PM. This summer, we will be hosting a restaurant pop up from NYC-Pink’s tacos.

Reber River Trips is across the street and includes canoeing, kayaking, rafting and tubing on the Delaware River or you can just jump in the river! Discounts available when you mention Stickett Inn.

My Happy Place Shala has yoga classes Friday, Saturday, and Sunday afternoons.

Big Bear is a great place to ski and snowboard and is 10-15 minutes away

Across from Stickett Inn, is the River Market with a deli counter. May-October is the Barryville Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, right behind the River Market.

Rainy Day? No problem! Check out classic cars at Churchill Classic Cars, or try a BYOB pottery class at Sunshine Studios, across the street.

The Carriage House Bar and Restaurant is a fun local spot, also across from the inn.

BVH, is a short walk away. It’s a sports bar regularly showing all professional games and matches, they also have a liquor store there.

The Barryville Bottle has a large wine and premium liquor selection and is across from the Carriage House.

Back to Baker’s is a wonderful spot with live entertainment on select nights, great food and a great bar, a 5 minute drive, in Barryville.

There are zip lines and paintball just a short drive away in the town of Barryville

Also in Eldred is Under the Pines. It’s our favorite classic supper club in the country TO GET A DRINK, best jukebox.

Across the Delaware River in Shohola, PA, within walking distance, is Rohman’s Inn–a historic spot, now a dive bar with the one of the oldest manual bowling alleys in the country, When it was an inn, Bette Davis and many other celebrities stayed there.

www.kadampanewyork.org is in nearby Glen Spey. The Temple is a sight to see.

The charming town of Narrowsburg is around 20 minutes away and has a proper, charming downtown Main Street and is home to our favorite brunch spot, The Heron, delicious pizza and cocktails at The Laundrette, shops including One Grand Books, Mayor Wasner, Nest, Narrowsburg Proper, Madame Fortuna, and more.

On the way to Narrowsburg there are great hiking trails in near by Tusten.

Henning’s Local is located in the upstairs space above the historic Heinle’s General Store in Cochecton Center. Delicious trout and other local fare.

Milford, PA about 30 minutes away with other great restaurants, coffee shops and stores including Bar Louis, Upriver Home, and more.

Woodloch Pines Spa is a 15 minute drive from Stickett Inn. It is by some former employees of the famed Canyon Ranch. Even the day pass is wonderful.

Aside from Bethel Woods Center For The Arts there is also a great distillery and restaurant, and market in Bethel called the Dancing Cat Saloon.

as well as HORSES: Rolling Stone Ranch

Close to Bethel is White Lake where the new restaurant Off the Hook serves seafood lakeside, Benji and Jakes and more.

Depending on your route, Port Jervis, NY has become a great place to stop, 30 minutes from the inn on the way up from NYC. New restaurants and shops are opening all the time there including Fox’N Hare, Fogwood & Fig, a vegan restaurant, Foundry 42, Port Schemes, and mainstays like The Erie Inn and delicious Indian food from Front Street Cafe. The NJ Transit stops in Port Jervis, NY via Penn Station NY.

There is also a bus from Port Authority, NY to Monticello, New York where a new casino recently opened, Resorts World Casinos.