Been going to Bear Mountain twice a year for the past 17 years and have ALWAYS stayed in the stone cottages. When we book it (online or over the phone) we ALWAYS request a room with an exit door in it because we like the...More
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Bear Mountain Inn includes the Inn itself, several stone cottages and the Overlook Lodge, which allows dogs for a $45 fee. We had planned to spend the day hiking before our 3pm check-in but it was Easter and although we arrived at 11:30am they had...More
I was very disappointed with our bed in the Cottage It was Hard as a rock They have done some upgrades to the resort But not with wifi I was not able to get online all weekend. I would not recommend staying in the cottages...More
I spent a night here as a stopover on the Appalachian Trail. The feel of the place is quite nice, with adequate public spaces and an appealing, comfortable room. The Hiker's Cafe on the first floor serves ready-made and to order items, and is fine...More
Visited the Bear Mountain Inn for a Wedding after spending a few days in the city, we stayed in one of the suites in the Inn on the third floor. Location was very convenient for the ceremony/reception. The Suite slept 5 adults comfortably with room...More
"Best to discuss room options with Julie in advance -- she will happily recommend good options based on your..."
"Be aware of separate buildings - Overlook Lodge is a 10-minute drive away from the Inn along dark windy roads."