Spacious 1BR w/Cathedral Ceilings, Private Deck w/Views, 4+ Acre Woods, Kitchen
About V Bailey
I am an adventurer and a traveller! My husband and I live and work in New York City and Woodstock is the perfect place for us when we want a peaceful and relaxing retreat.
Why V Bailey chose Woodstock
We chose this property for our home because of its location and the fact that we LOVE, LOVE, Woodstock! Dreamcatcher Cottage is conveniently located less than 1-mile from the heart of downtown Woodstock's famous shops, galleries and restaurants, yet far enough from the center of the village to feel like a real country getaway. We love the combination of having our private wooded grounds which are peaceful and serene and the convenience of being close to the action and fun of Tinker Street/Main Street Woodstock. The location of our property is great for exploring neighboring towns as well.
What makes this Cottage unique
Guests love to BBQ and love just sitting on the deck, enjoying the clean country air and the beautiful views of Overlook Mountain. Guests love star gazing through the two skylights in the cottage... just delightful...
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Guest to get prior OK for friendly dogs
No charge for children under 12 years
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:3 (sleeps up to 3 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Perfect lovely property cozy.
Perfect cozy lovely property
Solid spot. Great hosts. Close to town.
Charming cozy cottage
We were there for our 40+ anniversary and brought our dogs. What greeted us were flowers, chocolates and sparkling cider and the dogs were welcomed as well with their own bowls and water after the long drive! The hostess couldn’t be more accommodating. Thank you for a lovely stay!
Clean, cozy and close to town. We loved our stay at V’s Dreamcatcher cabin and recommend staying there.
I agree with all of the great reviews; the experience was lovely. The cottage was very clean and lovely with high wooden beams. Very tastefully decorated, equipped with a keurig machine, a few beverages in the refrigerator, shampoo and sunscreen! The cottage had everything I needed. I spent most of my time outside of the cottage, but it was well appointed with cutlery and cooking supplies; everything you would need to cook in the cabin should you desire. Highly recommended.
Very Peacefuul, and completely equipped cabin.
It was a very lovely place to stay at.
The bed was very comfortable; but we didn’t have
a lot of time to be at the cabin.
We arrived later than planned on Friday and almost
Immediately went to dinner at the Red Onion; which was very nice.
Would recommend it.
Saturday we were at the celebration of life for my cousin at Ashokan center
from 12:30 until 7 pm.
After that we took all our adult children and their spouses and significant others
to the Reservoir Inn.
Nice Prime Rib.
Recommend that too.
Sunday we were up and back to Ashokon for breakfast.
I ran intervals on the driveway (up and back) for 20 minutes each day; which other
than showering and sleeping was all the time we may have been at the property
I wish we had more time at the property, we would have brought our Springers as it is dog friendly and they would have enjoyed it.
The town is famous for lending its name to the Woodstock Festival, which was actually held at Max Yasgur's dairy farm almost 60 miles (97 km) away in Bethel in Sullivan County.
The 1903 Byrdcliffe art colony is one of the nation's oldest Arts & Crafts colonies. It brought the first artists to Woodstock to teach and produce furniture, metal works, ceramics, weaving and established Woodstock's first painting school. Byrdcliffe forever changed the cultural landscape of the Town of Woodstock.
The town is home to the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum (WAAM), founded in 1919 by John F. Carlson, Frank Swift Chase, Andrew Dasburg, Carl Eric Lindin, and Henry Lee McFee. The WAAM Permanent Collection features work by important American artists associated with the region, including Milton Avery, George Bellows, Edward Leigh Chase, Frank Swift Chase, Arnold Blanch, Doris Lee, Marion Greenwood, Philip Guston, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Paul Meltsner, and many others. The Art Students League of New York's summer school was in Woodstock from 1906 until 1922, and again after World War II, from 1947 until 1979. The Woodstock School of Art has been operating since 1980.
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES:
Artists' Cemetery – A cemetery for Woodstock artists and luminaries on Rock City Road.
Ashokan Reservoir – A New York City reservoir under which lies nine lost towns.
Bearsville – A hamlet at the junction of Routes 212 and 45, west of Woodstock village.
Byrdcliffe – Site of the original art colony east of the junction of Routes 212 and Glasco Turnpike (County Road 33), northwest of Woodstock village on the lower slopes of Mount Guardian above Glasco Turnpike. At one time it was home for the Turnau Opera and now the Byrdcliffe Theater.
Church of the Holy Transfiguration of Christ-on-the-Mount.
Cooper Lake – Kingston reservoir located south of Lake Hill, northwest of Bearsville and west by northwest of Shady.
Daisy – A hamlet east of Woodstock in Saugerties associated with Woodstock through the Woodstock Jewish Congregation, sometimes called East Woodstock; here it is said are the most "documented" stone cairns, mounds and other possible ancient sites associated with Woodstock folklore traditions. Many of those are threatened by development.
Echo Lake – A mountain lake within the Indian Head Wilderness of the Catskill Mountains.
Judge Jonathan Hasbrouck House listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.
Mead's Meadow (Woodstock) – Formerly a cow pasture, "The Magic Meadow" is a quarter mile past the summit of Mead Mountain Road and the Karma Triyana Dharmachakra Tibetan Buddhist monastery. It is an entrance to the Devil's Path.
Montoma – A hamlet south of Woodstock near the town line with the Town of Hurley.
Mount Guardian – A mountain to the west of Overlook Mountain, below which is the hamlet of Shady.
Mount Tobias – A mountain in the central part of the town.
National Youth Administration Woodstock Resident Work Center
Ohayo Mountain – A mountain to the east, between the Ashokan Reservoir and Woodstock village.
Opus 40 – a large free-form sculpture carved out of the local bluestone by Harvey Fite in the Saugerties hamlet of High Woods, four miles from the central Woodstock hamlet. 
Overlook Mountain – A mountain to the northeast, on whose lower slopes much of Woodstock is situated.
Radio Woodstock – Woodstock's online community and global Internet radio channel.
Saugerties, New York – A nearby town that includes the 800-acre Winston Farm, the original site for Woostock '69 and home to Woodstock '94, and host to the Garlic Festival and Horse Shows In The Sun (HITS) north of the village.
Saw Kill – A stream that rises in Echo Lake, flows west through Shady, then south to Bearsville, east to Woodstock, and southeast to Zena on the way to its confluence with the Esopus River near Kingston.
Shady – A hamlet northwest of Byrdcliffe, past the intersection of Glasco Turnpike and Route 212.
Vosburg Turning Mill Complex
Willow – A hamlet in the northwest part of the town on Route 212.
Wittenberg – A hamlet at the junction of Routes 40 and 45, southwest of Bearsville. It contains Yankeetown Pond and Kenneth Wilson State Campground.
Woodstock – The hamlet of Woodstock and the principal center of local services for the town.
Zena – A hamlet east of Woodstock hamlet in the southeast part of the town.