A Quick Break On Your Road Trip Through Upstate New York
Marbletown is located off of Exit 19 of the NY State Thruway in Ulster County, approximately 90 miles north of New York City. Marbletown’s business district is called “Stone Ridge” and it is located near the towns of Kingston and Woodstock, across the river from Rhinebeck. If you need a pit stop with the kids, the Den of Marbletown is a great place to stop by and stretch your legs on your way from NYC to Albany, Saratoga Springs, Lake George, Niagara Falls, Rochester, Montreal, and Vermont. And we are about 3 hours from Boston and Philadelphia.
Kingston has a rich history as the first state capital of New York State and the Hudson Valley’s pastoral beauty inspired a great school of American painting. We have restored stone houses where George Washington slept, thriving cornfields today that once fed the Revolutionary Army, and charming farms with kid-friendly activities. You’ll want to come back time and time again on your journey through the area.
An Overnight Destination
The Den of Marbletown is ideally located for over-night trips to the Hudson Valley. Marbletown is one of the many hamlets of small towns along the corridor of Highway 209, and each town has it’s own personality and culture. Rural in feel, we are nonetheless a hub location for many experiences, including the historic architecture of Kingston, the artist communities in Woodstock and Saugerties, the mountain vistas of Phoenicia, village ammenities of New Paltz, the charming shopping of Rhinebeck, the family farms and orchards throughout Ulster County, and visits to upstate New York colleges.
General Tourism Info and Event Calendars
Things To Do in the Hudson Valley
We are happy to suggest activities and itineraries that are customized to your interests, whether you are traveling with kids, planning a romantic weekend, or looking for a quick get-away and adventure. We can do this in advance of your stay at the Bed and Breakfast, or in person once you arrive.
Many of the places we’ll suggest don’t even have websites, so you are sure to get the local perspective of where to go and what to do.
We can help share our recommendations for:
• Antiques and Auctions
• Architecture Walks
• Berry Picking
• Day Trips
• Farmers Markets
• Handmade Crafts
• Highlights Across the River (Dutchess County)
• Hiking, Biking, Climbing, Swimming, Horseback Riding, Skiing, Sledding
• Historic Sites
• Hudson River Activities
• Kids Activities
• Local Workshops
• Nature Walks
• Orchards, Farming and Agriculture
• Outdoor Recreation
• Rail Trail Highlights
• Scenic Drives
• Spas and Retreats
• Swimming Holes, Creeks, Streams
• Trains and Trolleys
• The Performing Arts
• Upstate NY Colleges
• Wineries and Distilleries