The Reynolds Inn and Motel is a historic, smaller inn and motel that is very well run— a bit rustic but clean and very comfortable. I stayed in the Rockefeller room upstairs at the inn, which was very well appointed, with a traditional claw foot bathtub with shower and a very comfortable king bed. Right on the main road in Roscoe do there is some street noise, but a short walk or drive to the Roscoe Diner for breakfast. Coffee and muffins/pastries in the morning and cookies during the day and night. Convenient to some very good fly fishing on local rivers and streams and the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum in Livingston Manor as well as the excellent Dette Flies Shop in Main St. in Livingston Manor.
After having stayed two nights at another Roscoe motel (bad experience) I moved to the Reynolds. At checkin I explained my reason for looking for new lodging and immediately Marvin grabbed a key and proceeded to show me a room in the motel section. His pride in this place was evident and justified. The room was fresh, clean and well equipped. The bathroom was completely new. Room had refrigerator, microwave, great tv and a small table with two chairs. I ended up staying for 10 nights. This is an excellent motel and I will stay here whenever I return to Roscoe.
On arrival we were greeted by the hotel reception staff member and ground maintenance gentleman who very very inviting and helpful. We reserved Suite #2 the suites are to the back of the main hotel and on the side. They got got fully renovated and have a FULL kitchen, FULL bath, one small bedroom and a sleeper. This was such a cozy LIKE small apartment EVERYTHING brand new! and well worth the price. Thank you Reynolds Staff for making our stay worthwhile xoxoxo
Price is nearly twice the going area rate. It’s a motel for $110. Squat to shower . Drain clogged. I feel like such a fool for staying there. Shame on me. Don’t be a fool. Plan ahead and go somewhere else
Susan and Louie soon become family friends. The rooms are varied, well-priced and excellent value. A valuable stopover in a great section of New York State. Be sure and say hi to Lynx, their huge tabby cat.