The Urban Cowboy hospitality brand is no stranger to making city-adjacent stays feel a little more country. The newest addition to its roster, The Chalet, goes a rustic-chic step further at The Urban Cowboy in the Catskills, New York.
The mountain escape, nestled on some 68 acres of Big Indian Wilderness within 700,000 acres of Catskills Park, is ready to truly wow guests.
Enjoy a romantic weekend away in the woods at any of Urban Cowboy’s suites or go all out with The Chalet, a standalone escape. The Urban Cowboy Lodge is the ultimate getaway and a crowd-pleaser for rustic, nature-loving vibes mixed with high-end luxury and unquestionable style.
Step into The Chalet and enjoy a cozy escape, complete with a fireplace, full kitchen, custom, hand-printed wallpaper encasing the room, and plush, luxury trimmings. Make space for more guests with the optional second bedroom or spread out and enjoy the time away in a cabin you can call home, starting at $199 a night.
A five-minute drive from Belleayre Mountain, guests of the lodge enjoy exclusive access to the ski slopes nearly anytime they wish. Check out the mountain’s 171 skiable acres, 50 trails, two parks and eight lifts, covering a variety of expertise levels and experiences. Enjoy all the seasonal snow sports you can handle; check out pass prices here.
For the ultimate mountain experience, Urban Cowboy Lodge guests can rent out Plattekill Mountain for the day to the tune of $4,500.
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