Thoughtfully designed to elevate every moment of your stay, the Glasco Woodstock experience treasures the uniquely historic while relishing in modern luxuries.
A HOME COMPLETE WITH IMAGINATIVE DETAIL
Glasco Woodstock is a home situated upon 16 sprawling acres with unobstructed views of the infamous Overlook Mountain. On the property, envision hammocks strung between tall trees, stars reflecting off the pond, and unique spaces abound enhancing the natural surrounding beauty.
The home sleeps 16 guests, has 5.5 bedrooms, 7 beds and 3 bathrooms.
a true home away from home.
A home With History
With a compelling contrast of rich history and modern appeal, the home dates back to the mid-1800s when the greater Woodstock area had begun to attract seasonal visitors from New York City, including artists, stage actors, dancers, musicians, and circus performers on a quest for open space where they could further develop their craft.
Fast forward to 2021, Glasco Woodstock pays homage to Woodstock’s past, while offering guests a design-forward, modern, home-away-from-home experience. With decades of this rich history, warmth, and hospitality steeped into its bones, the home’s origin story is instilled and felt in every Glasco Woodstock experience.
The Rooms at Glasco Woodstock
With 4 deluxe bedrooms and a child loft in the main house, plus a studio space accessible by a stone path, Glasco Woodstock offers an idyllic escape from the everyday with hospitable warmth and the elevated comfort of a home.
Upstairs on the west end, the Linden King is a king-sized suite equipped with a shower, heated floors and a secret passage to the Brooks Loft.
Upstairs on the east end, the Avery Suite is a full-size suite equipped with a shower and tub.
“If you sleep under the shadow of Overlook Mountain for more than three nights you can leave, but you will always come back.”
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