Full Moon Resort offers a wonderful, eclectic array of simple, affordable country-inn style accommodations at its many lodges and cottages.
The centerpiece of Full Moon, a turn-of-the-century Catskill country inn known as the Valley View House, features charming B&B style guest-rooms (with shared hallway baths), a wrap-around sun porch, lobby, library and café. Surrounded by original artwork (featuring regional artists Sharon Broit, Durga Bernhard and Jessica Galkin) in the hotel’s welcoming lobby and guest registration area, guests relax on comfortable couches and enjoy complimentary coffees and teas.
The library features a rich assortment of literature with complimentary computer available for guest use. (Guests enjoy complimentary internet access throughout the facility.)
Of course, the heart of every home is the kitchen. The Café, located at the first floor of the inn, features tasty country buffet breakfasts and lunches for wedding guests… as well as superb dinners for retreats and conferences.
The Valley View House serves as a central meeting place and nexus of activity for every event at Full Moon Resort.
The Inn is accompanied by nine other guest houses. Follow the links for more detailed images of facility interiors.
Northern Lights Lodge, a cedar-shake building nearby, offers guest rooms with either private or hall baths. This lodge has a charming common ante-room with a small library.
Rustic Morningstar Lodge, with a panoramic mountain view, has larger rooms, dressed in cedar and pine… all with artistically renovated 1950’s private baths.
Moonlight Lodge, a lovely 1890's country house, features a full kitchen with oak table, living room with library, glass-enclosed sunporch, screened porch and two newly renovated baths. The Wainscott ceilings on the second floor give this lodge an old-fashioned Victorian feel.
Fireside Lodge is part of a barn-like building near the stream. Two guest rooms, each with private bath are available at this location.
Five smaller cottages: Birdsong, Streamside, Evergreen, Mountainview and Night Sky, each with one or two bedrooms, living rooms and kitchens are perfect for families or anyone interested in setting up house for the duration of their stay.
For guests interested in being closer to Mother Nature, tent camping on the fields and meadows, or an evening in the Yurt are options. The Esopus Yurt features guestroom- like amenities, with carpeting, electric lamps and comfortable beds with linens. Restrooms with showers and changing rooms are provided.