Relish in the scenic beauty of the Northern Catskills.
Known as "America's First Vacationland," the Northern Catskill Mountains and its wilderness landscapes are home to America's first hiking trail, New York State's tallest two-tiered waterfall, the longest zip-line in North America, and Albergo Allegria, a Hotel & Breakfast Restaurant with a heritage of hospitality.
Where happiness lives.
Albergo Allegria is Italian for the "Inn of Happiness," and this one-of-a-kind hotel and breakfast restaurant lives up to the name! With plenty of outdoor space to explore and reconnect with nature, and a tranquil, welcoming atmosphere indoors, you're sure to find happiness at this cozy Northern Catskill Mountain getaway.
Little hotel. Big personality.
There are 21 guest rooms at this charming hotel, each with its own curated style. No matter which room you stay in, you'll enjoy an impressive set of modern amenities. Every room welcomes you to unwind with dream-worthy beds adorned with a down comforter and deluxe linens from Thomaston Mills, the oldest sheet mill in the USA. Some rooms even offer an electric fireplace or a jetted spa bathtub for two, perfect for those seeking a romantic retreat. You'll also have high-quality bath products by William Roam made with domestically sourced ingredients, as well as locally-produced artisan soap made from Windham red clay.
Breakfast alone is worth the price of admission! Albergo Allegria Hotel is home to "&Breakfast by Albergo," a restaurant steeped in culinary heritage and creativity. Raised kitchen-garden beds onsite provide fresh ingredients so you can have a true (back) Yard-to-Table experience. Every homemade dish is prepared with love, passion, and locally-sourced ingredients for guests to savor. Mornings beckon scratch-made baked goods and fresh locally-roasted ground coffee, while evenings usher in fire pit s'mores under the breathtaking Northern Catskill Mountain sky.
Albergo Allegria Hotel & Breakfast Restaurant maintains a strong commitment to using American-made products. While the hotel uses personal care products from William Roam and linens from Thomaston Mills, the breakfast restaurant uses flatware from Liberty Tabletop, the only flatware manufacturer in the USA.