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Windham Hotels

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  • The Thompson House

    19 Rt. 296, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel Vienna

    107 RTE 296, Windham, NY 12496

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Winwood Inn

    Rt 23 (Main St), Windham Mountain, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Couples

  • Albergo Allegria

    43 Route 296, P.O. Box 267, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Catskill Lodge Bed and Breakfast

    350 RT 296, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Beds On Clouds

    5320 Main Street, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Cuomo's Cove

    33 Cuomo's Cove Road, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Christman's Windham House

    5742 Route 23, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

  • Catskill Maison Bed and Breakfast

    11080 State Route 23, Windham, New York, 12496, United States

Windham Restaurants

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    by cjg1 Written Feb 8, 2010

    Brandywine is a local Italian restaurant in Windham that our friends frequent. The restaurant is a nice size with a bar area and large dining room. We walked in, checked our coats and were seated at a booth in the corner of the restaurant. Our waitress came over promptly; lit the candle at the table and handed us the menus and wine list.

    The menu was filled with pasta, italian dishes, steaks, chicken, fish, salads and a nice selection of appetizers. Our waitres returned to take our drink order; a bottle of Pinot Noir for the three of us and club soda for my wife. Liz and I decided to spit an order of baked clams for an appetizer. Chris ordered the mozzarella Carozza and Karen ordered some escargot. For my entree I decided to have the Steak au Poivre. Liz ordered the baked ravioli. Chris had the steak as well and Karen went for some stuffed chicken.

    Bread was brought to the table with some delicious herb butter. Our salads came soon after and were a nice mix of assorted greens tomatoes, cucumbers and onions. Our entrees arrived about 15 minutes later and were very good. My meat was well cooked and the sauce was very tasty. Liz thought her ravioli was okay; nothing to rave about. Chris and KAren enjoyed their meals and even brought home doggie bags.

    We decided to skip dessert since we had so many sweet treats back at the cabin. For where this place is; the food is good. The service here was excellent. Our waitress was very attentive; I appreciate good service. I could see us coming back here for a meal next time we are in the area.

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    by cjg1 Updated Feb 8, 2010

    Legends Bar & Grill is basicaly a glorified cafeteria. There are several areas with tables as well as a long bar area with seats. Good luck trying to get a table; it's next to impossible. Liz and I lucked out and got two seats at the bar and two more about 10 minutes later for Chris and Karen.

    Getting a drink here can be difficult since the bar is very crowded and poorly laid out. The bartenders were running their butts off trying to keep up with the drink demands of the crowd. Fortunately; my wife is good at making friends and quickly got to chatting with one of the bartenders Jenna. Jenna make sure to keep our drinks coming; much to the displeasure of other customers who were waiting for their drinks.

    Legends has a menu of the basic bar food: nachos, warm petzels, wings, ribs, burgers, etc. Liz and I weren't starving so we split a warm pretzel with mustard; which was a nice snack. Chris and Karen shared an order of ribs. Chris and I were drinking Spaten while Karen and Liz stuck to Hot Chocolates.

    It was a fun time hanging out. The bar was full of "interesting characters" which made for fun people watching.

    Favorite Dish: The pretzel was very good; warm and salty. The beers was nice and cold perfect with the pretzel. Liz though her hot choclate was okay; nothing to rave about but it was from a machine after all.

    Related to:
    • Road Trip
    • Food and Dining
    • Skiing and Boarding

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Windham Transportation

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    by cjg1 Written Feb 2, 2010

    For us, driving was the best way to get to Windham. We took the New York State Thruway to exit 21. Route 23 brings you right to Windham. There are plenty of signs along the way; so you won't get lost.

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Windham Local Customs

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    by cjg1 Written Feb 2, 2010

    Windham has ski lesson for children as well as adults. We saw many people out having their lessons in the snow. The children seemed to be the ones performing the best since they have no fear of the mountain and actually enjoy falling in the snow.

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    by cjg1 Written Feb 2, 2010

    If you don't have skiis; no worries you can rent them when your here.

    Ski rentals are very affordable at $30 a day for boots, skis & poles. If you want a higher level of equipment it is $40 for the set.

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