by Traci L. Suppa
Owned by the Christman family for 60-plus years, this property includes five Colonial-style buildings and a 200-year old inn on 300 acres in the Catskills. Guestrooms, renovated in 2015, have private bathrooms, flat-screen cable televisions, air conditioning, mini-fridges and Wi-Fi. Rooms suitable for families have either one queen and one double, two queen beds or two double beds. Some rooms have balconies, fireplaces or Jacuzzi tubs. Connected rooms and suites are available. The Windham House restaurant is open year-round for breakfast, but only serves lunch and dinner from May through October.
Kid-friendly amenities include a heated outdoor pool, playground and tree house, tennis court and game room. There’s also a fishing stream and hiking trails on property. The resort’s main appeal in the summer season are the golf facilities, which includes one of the largest golf schools in New York. For golfers young and old, there are 27 holes, a driving range, and a golf school. Skiers stay here for quick access to Windham Mountain Ski Resort, 1.5 miles away.
Our Editor Loves
- Heated outdoor pool, playground and treehouse
- Extensive golf facilities and school
- Access to ski resort
- Free Wi-Fi
- Meal Plan
- Onsite Dining
by Patricia D
Nice place to stay . People very friendly. Breakfast is included with rate. Lots to choose from on breakfast menu served 7:15-10:00. If we were in the area again would go back . Beautiful grounds. Golf course across street. In season there is skiing as well
by Sandy S
My wife and I recently spent an enjoyable weekend with our cousins at Christman's Windham House, an historic inn on the edge of town. The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating - couldn't ask for nicer people. The breakfast (included) menu included ample options and the food was great. It was a very hot weekend so we took a dip in the pool to cool off. As beginner golfers, we really enjoyed the 9-hole valley course across the road and lunch at the restaurant there overlooking the course. We look forward to returning to play the 18-hole mountain course - we took a cart around it and it's spectacular, a real jewel. The inn has been around since the early 1800s but the inn is well maintained and the rooms are very comfortable with A/C. The town has some terrific restaurants, including Millrock - it's seriously good Italian but don't let the name fool you! If you're planning to visit the real, put Christman's on your list.