Pet-Friendly Saugerties Bn’B Sits Right on The Esopus

  |  April 10, 2015

Waterfront Pet Friendly Cottage Getaway

Price/night: $135-$250

Accommodations: Whole House, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

Max guests: 6

Min stay: 2-3 Nights

House description:

This lovely cottage for rent in Saugerties is affectionately referred to by the owners as “Chez Rive Gauche.” It sits right on Esopus Creek, with dock access for swimming, kayaking, or parking your an-teak sports boat (see what I did there?). Hear the soothing water lapping at the shores while you pump out the next great american novel, and draw inspiration from some of the quirky decorations from around the world. For those of you toting a four-legged companion, they’ve got you covered. This house is very much pet-friendly, and even has a fenced in yard, but according to the owners “getting them away from the fun in the water is a totally different matter.”


Sample reviews:

“We decided to drive to the Catskills Mountains and in looking for a place to stay came upon Chez Rive Gauche. I got in touch with the owner and after sharing a couple of quick emails finalized on the location. Such a good decision! As we drove up to the cottage we noticed how charming it looked. The cottage is relaxing ….the large property fronts on the river with a deck to lounge on, a dock to go canoeing from and plenty of yard space to sunbathe or picnic on. The inside did not disappoint as well. The kitchen is spacious and well equipped with the basics, the living room looks onto the river and the bedrooms are cozy and comfortable. The entire cottage is tastefully decorated and feels like home away from home. A quick drive to Woodstock ensured that our adenturous spirit was catered to too. All in all, our weekend getaway was relaxing, fun-filled and well-worth the drive!”

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