Choose Bed and Breakfast Lodging in Highland or New Paltz
Settled beneath the breathtaking Shawangunk Ridge, Highland & New Paltz are one of many gems to be discovered in Ulster County. Visitors come to Highland & New Paltz for a variety of reasons: to swim in glacial lakes, bike on the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail and to soak up the region’s rich history and culture. The rail trail winds its way through Highland, leading straight to the western entrance of The Walkway Over the Hudson, the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. New Paltz also offers a unique blend of shopping experiences with antiques at the Water Street Market and a multitude of boutique shops featuring hand made items as well as the work of local artisans. Historic Huguenot Street is one of the oldest streets in the country and offers visitors a unique glimpse at the past through education and interpretive tours. Guests can sample the seasonal treasures of New Paltz’s many farms, orchards, and wineries, enjoy the sights and scents of gorgeous flowering gardens and partake in delicious meals, climb unique rock faces, take bracing hikes and take in New Paltz’s spectacular views.