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For locals and visitors alike, the Catskills Brewery is the beating heart of Livingston Manor. A nod to the regions agricultural heritage, a steward of the regions ecological bounty, and a gathering place where tall stories are told, snippets of local news are exchanged, and farm hands rub shoulders with creative directors. Nestled behind the brewery on an an open field you’ll find two cottages, formerly the residence of the brewmaster and now made available for weekends and escapes. You won’t be expected to fill the boots of the brewmaster yourself, but you’d be foolish not to try your hand at being a sampler.
(Tours of the brewery and tastings can be arranged direct)



The largest of the two houses and perfect for families, group getaways, and those that appreciate having enough room to swing a keg. The house is 1,100 square feet of fresh, airy spaces accented by original historic details and local intrigue. Comprising three bedrooms, a large bathroom walk in shower, living room with plenty of places to curl up and read a book, and a farm kitchen with custom built dining nook and appliances that will take you back to simpler times.



You enter the cottage through a porch filled with plants and antique outdoor into a mud room filled with maps; perfect for staging adventures in the Catskills.

From here you enter the kitchen - a classic farmhouse kitchen with original general electric stove in perfect working condition, fridgiare refrigerator with a small freezer, a double apron front sink, and a custom kitchen nook that seats up to seven.

The living room follows - bathed in light from expansive windows overlooking the field and brewery below. Complete with sectional sofa, rocking chair, and plenty of additional seating to make gathering around to share your most local ale, or most recent stories, all the more comfortable.



The downstairs queen room puts the “master” in brewmaster. A bright airy room with queen bed framed by built in book cases containing enough literary to learn how to brew beer, then retire, learn how to fish and become an explorer… Located on the ground floor right next to the bathroom.
- 130 square feet room
- Queen bed
- Next to bathroom with walk in shower
- Built in closet
- Lexington company bed sheets
- Lexington company towels
- Muck Boots



The upstairs in the Brewmasters Cottage is a a den of charm, and the upstairs twin while being the smallest room in the house is quite possibly the most charming. Wood panelled ceilings arch down to two cast iron farmhouse beds and a built in closet in the corner.
- 105 square feet
- Two twin beds
- Bathroom with walk in shower accessible down stairs
- Built in closet
- Lexington company bed sheets
- Lexington company towels and robes
- Muck Boots



The largest room in the house, and naturally home to a king bed (which can be separated to make two twins), complete with wood panelled ceiling, built in bed side lights for cosy evenings with a good book, rocking chair, and a built in shower in the corner.
- 150 square feet
- King bed (can be separated to make two twins)
- Bathroom with walk in shower accessible down stairs
- Built in closet
- Lexington company bed sheets
- Lexington company towels and robes
- Muck Boots



The Microbrew Cabin, as the name suggests, is the smaller of the two houses and perfect for couples, small families or a small group of friends. Sitting high on the hill overlooking the field and the brewery below, this cabin is small, cosy, and perfectly appointed with everything you could need for a stay in the land of little rivers. Think of it as a tiny house on wheels, only without the wheels, and built to last…


The Cabin

You enter the cabin through the front door that sits on a wooden deck. This is the spot where you will most likely spend hours sipping on your morning coffee as well as enjoying a cold Catskill Brewery beer watching the sunset after a day of adventures. From here you step straight into the livingroom that makes you feel like you are deep in the woods. The wood cladded walls creates a warm atmosphere where you can feel like home.

The livingroom connects with the kitchen where the minimalistic and clean design makes you wonder if the catskill is actually located in Scandinavia but the local supplies sitting on the shelves will bring you back home again. The cabin has one bedroom with a queen bed made with high quality flannel bedding from Lexington Company. The newly renovated bathroom connects to both the livingroom and bedroom and has all the amenities you need for your nature retreat.


The Cabin Kitchen

The Cabin has a new full kitchen filled with essentials for the simple life. Cooking stove, small fridge and freezer and a spacious apron sink. The shelves and cupboards has well selected glassware, service ware, cutlery and tools for cooking as well as baking. When furnishing the cabin we got really excited about all the beautiful enamel ware we found in antique shops and thrift stores - there's nothing like enjoying a cup of coffee in an enamel cup on a deck over looking the mountains. Oh and we stock great coffee for you at the cabin! We also have the essentials such as local honey from the Catskills, oats, tea, olive oil, salt & pepper etc. Anything else you need through your stay you can find either in the local markets just a 2 min drive from the cabin or on select farms around the area.


Bedroom & Bathroom

After a long day exploring everything from a hiking to a secret waterfall, a local smoked trout sandwich, alpaca petting and tasting all the different types of beer that the Catskill Brewery offer its time to sleep. We have done everything we can to create a comfortable space for you.

Change into the comfortable robes that's yours for the stay and feel like home. The dark flannel bedding helps you sleep long nights and the walk in shower will wake you up in the morning and get ready for new adventures.

- Queen bed
- Lexington Company bedding
- Lexington Company robes and towels
- Walk in shower with body wash, shampoo and conditioner