Courtesy of Hudson Valley Magazine: Situated on an expansive, 600-acre plot in Sullivan County, The Eldred Preserve invites guests to dine, explore, and unwind. When it comes to hidden gems in the Hudson Valley, it’s hard to ignore The Eldred Preserve. To start, the Sullivan County retreat is massive – 600 acres, to be precise. On top of that, it encompasses not one, but three local legacies: the Eldred Preserve, the Bradstan Country Hotel, and the Homestead restaurant. It’s a spot that oozes history, boasts sparkling scenery, and tempts guests in need of a reprieve to stop and stay awhile. In short, it’s precisely the sort of place that staycation dreams in the Hudson Valley are made of.
So, are you ready to peek inside?
As a resort, The Eldred Preserve offers a little something for everyone. It has a hotel, making it an ideal respite for getaways in the forest, and boasts an event space and a farm-to-table steakhouse on the grounds. And, speaking of those grounds, they’re akin to an oasis in the forest and an exemplary embodiment of the beauty of the Catskills region.
“Sullivan County has always been a special place for me and my wife, Joan, who I met in White Lake so long ago,” notes co-founder Dan Silna. “We’ve had a home here for years, and we are so grateful to finally have the opportunity to give back to the community that has brought so much love to both our lives.”