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Rooms 38 /Architecture Studio Tack /Interior Design Studio Tack /The Original Marc Chodock and Glennon Travis
A refuge for New York City creatives who crave a stylish, inspirational getaway, Scribner’s Catskill Lodge pays homage to the rich past of the Catskills region while reinventing the notion of the modern-day luxury retreat. Perched high on a hill surrounded by fields of grass and beautifully reimagined by designers Studio Tack, the 38-room eclectic mountain lodge is a year-round refuge for cosmopolitan explorers and adventurers looking to enjoy local art, culture, and the inspiring nature of upstate New York. Originally built in the 1960s, today’s fully renovated Scribner’s brings key characteristics of the Hudson Valley cultural renaissance to one property. The region’s sense of place shines through nostalgic design, bespoke programming, and local culinary offerings. Here, one can lose oneself in the dramatic western views of Hunter Mountain and the Schoharie Valley before escaping to the property’s intimate whiskey lounge; its restaurant and bar, Prospect, serving locally sourced dishes and cocktails; its library lounge with a circular fireplace; and an area alive with hiking trails and rivers.
The 38 rooms and suites feature dark maple wood floors, custom furniture, and a rain shower, as well as private terraces, fireplaces, or floor-to-ceiling windows. Ranging from 250 to 600 square feet, the guestrooms offer either garden or mountain views. The 250-square-foot Cabin Queen, the 350-square-foot Cabin Queen with Loft, the 525-square-foot Catskill Suite, and the 600-square-foot Scribner Suite all play host to a queen-size bed, while the 450-square-foot Summit Double offers two queen-size beds and the Catskill Suite also features a bunk bed. The 250-square-foot Mountain King, the 400-square-foot Bungalow King, and the 500-square-foot Summit King with Loft all offer a king-size bed, while the Cabin Double, Mountain Double—both at 350 square feet—and 400-square-foot Bungalow Double feature two double beds each. The Scribner Suite also boasts a sunken living room with an open fireplace.
New Yorker Marc Chodock was drawn to the Catskills thanks to the region's exciting renaissance. Once here, he set out to create a refuge for other city dwellers. "Scribner's Catskill Lodge is reflective of the Catskills' emerging role as an escape for travelers and adventurers," says Chodock, who has background in finance and consulting. "The Lodge is a modern retrospective of the region's history and offers a place for visitors to experience the inspiration of the destination." Summoning up the region's illustrious past, he assembled a team of partners with the foresight, creativity, and passion to reawaken the Catskills. "I saw what was going on up here and wanted to play a role in the area’s revitalization. I found myself discovering new parts of the region where I'd stop and say 'Oh, this is beautiful! Why aren't more people coming here?' There was clearly a lack of proper hospitality, so through Scribner's I fully devoted myself to changing that."