Upstate New York, United States

The DeWitt Oak Hill

Rates per night from$165.00

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (USD165.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Room 46

  • 2guests
Characterful and cosy, this room (11sq m) takes its inspiration from the surrounding hamlet of Oak Hill. Branches from the garden act as a headboard for the queen-size bed and a weighty trunk-style wooden table sits to one side. A charcoal feature wall contrasts with earthy, mismatched textiles, a vintage table fan, antique armchair and one-off artworks by local creative Morris Ardoin. Views of the Catskill Creek and surrounding mountains reach out beyond a sash window. The ensuite bathroom is clad in vintage subway tiles, with a monsoon shower, locally-made vegetable soaps and ethical toiletries. Free bottled water and WiFi is available throughout.

Room 47

  • 2guests
Designed by local artist Stephen Ellwood, this room (9sq m) is an ode to restfulness, with serene white walls, minimal decor and views out to the hamlet of Oak Hill. Vintage accents, well-worn floorboards and dark-wood antiques line the space, including a black-and-white canvas depicting the surrounding area from a century ago. A mid-century armchair sits in one corner; a book-stacked writing desk in another; and a linen-dressed, iron-frame double bed rests beside a sash window. The ensuite bathrooms completes the look with vintage subway tiles, a monsoon shower, locally-made vegetable soaps and ethical toiletries. Free bottled water and WiFi is available throughout.

Room 48

  • 2guests
This room (12sq m) is a tongue-in-cheek tribute to Joyce DeWitt, the lead actress in Seventies’ show, Three’s Company. Fresh-cut flowers accents the antique furniture and floral motifs are painted on the walls and doors by artist and designer of the room, Steve Willis. The queen-size bed is framed by a handsome, dark-wood headboard and a sash window has views out to Catskill Creek and the surrounding mountains. The ensuite bathroom is clad in vintage subway tiles, with a monsoon shower, locally-made vegetable soaps and ethical toiletries. Free bottled water and WiFi is available throughout.

Room 49

  • 2guests
Decorated by Oak Hill resident Todd Carr, this retro-themed room (10sq m) is styled to resemble an all-American summer camp. A pair of iron-frame twin beds are quilted in cosy wool blankets and accessories, such as vintage duck decoys, fishing equipment and blackboards, dot the space. A sash window opens onto views of Oak Hill and the Catskill Creek. The ensuite bathroom completes the look with vintage subway tiles, a monsoon shower, locally-made vegetable soaps and ethical toiletries. Free bottled water and WiFi is available throughout.