Beaverbrook Cottage

About beaverbrook cottage

Beaverbrook Cottage is a fully renovated two-story Quonset hut nestled on five secluded acres of old-growth forest and blueberry bushes in Narrowsburg, New York—just 100 miles from New York City and 15 minutes from Bethel Woods Center for the Arts (founded  on the historic Woodstock festival site). 

Every detail has been designed to help you escape and unwind in every season. Spread out in the Great Room, dine in the screened-in gazebo, and make s’mores around the fire pit. Snuggle under a handmade quilt. Wake up to birdsong. Take a trip to town, go for a hike, explore the river, visit historic sites or just relax… it’s entirely up to you.

Amenities

  • Weber gas grill
  • Dishwasher
  • Stove
  • Microwave
  • Whirlpool washer / dryer
  • Ample free parking
  • Pet friendly
  • LGBTQ friendly
  • Families, couples, solo travelers and groups welcome
  • Queen bedroom
  • Full bedroom (1 double, 1 single)
  • 1 bathroom
  • Spacious Great Room (cathedral ceiling)
  • Eat-in kitchen,  separate dining room
  • WiFi
  • Outdoor fire pit
  • Indoor woodstove
  • Screened-in gazebo
  • Piano

about narrowsburg

Narrowsburg is the center of arts, culture and recreation in the Sullivan County Catskills region. The quaint Main Street is a ten-minute drive from Beaverbrook Cottage, where you can enjoy excellent restaurants, specialty shops,  art galleries and  a great cup of coffee. Take a hike on Tusten Mountain Trail or raft/canoe/kayak down the gorgeous Upper Delaware River. (Keep an eye out for bald eagles.) In summer, visit the local farmers markets and in winter, go cross-country skiing right out your front door. Festive events happen year round, including Riverfest (July), Big Eddy Film Festival (September), and Dickens on the Delaware (December). No matter what you're looking to do, Beaverbrook Cottage can point you in the right direction. Click here for a video preview of the area.

about your host

Mary Olmsted Greene relocated from New York City to Narrowsburg in 1990 and has been encouraging visitors to the area ever since. As the owner and caretaker of Beaverbrook Cottage, she delights in creating indoor and outdoor spaces that invite an escape from everyday life and a return to nature, relaxation and adventure. A poet and journalist, Mary is also the founder of the Upper Delaware Writers Collective. She’s available to help you make the most of your stay and answer any questions you might have.

writer's retreats

Beaverbrook Cottage welcomes working artists and writers for short visits or longer term retreats at discounted rates. For more information, click here or email beaverbrookcottage@gmail.com.