Woodstock

Woodstock Travel Guide

Articles about Woodstock

By Dani Shapiro
“The New England village of Woodstock feels cozy and communal to me, as if I’m able to step back and live in a simpler, quieter time. I visit as often as I can and stroll the town’s streets, take a hike, or just sit in a café and let the days pass...
By Brad Gooch
"You'd be surprised how many guests we got from a single mention in a magazine on spas," said the resident woman monk leading my Introduction to Zen Training Weekend at the Zen Mountain Monastery near Woodstock, New York. "We were listed under Gre...
By Erik Torkells
Baby, it's cold outside. But it's warm at the Jackson House Inn. So let's stay in our four-poster bed, huddled under the down comforter. Still chilly?Switch on the suite's gas fireplace or run a bath in the whirlpool tub for two. You'll read aloud...
By Heidi Sherman Mitchell
The Victorian mansions, working farms, and tight-knit community of Woodstock share an undeniable magnetism. From the time the Abenaki Indian enclave was first settled by the English in 1768 to its present life as a sophisticated year-round getaway...
Raw cuisine may be the ultimate slow food: making "bread" by dehydrating nuts and grains can take up to three days. Devotees insist that the health benefits of raw food are worth the effort at these four restaurants from New York to California, wh...
By Michele Niesen
Winter becomes Vermont. Each year, when New York and Boston streets fill with charcoal-colored slush, blankets of bright snow fall like goose down over the central part of the state, turning its mountains into some of the Northeast's best ski reso...

Restaurants in Woodstock

Inside a classic white clapboard New England house with a wide, covered porch, the tiny, bright green, second-floor dining room of Pane e Salute seats around 20 snuggly at long, wooden farm tables or at poured concrete bar.

Things to do in Woodstock

Quite possibly Vermont's most family-friendly ski area, Suicide Six is not as imposing as the name implies.