Bear Mountain Inn
The spectacular 1915 Bear Mountain Inn is set in the beautiful surroundings of Bear Mountain State Park in Harriman, New York. The inn has been recently renovated, and fall accommodations are available in the Overlook Lodge's 24 guest rooms, as well.
Explore New York's capital city, Albany, this autumn from your digs at The Desmond, a classic hotel with indoor courtyards, an indoor pool and an elegant restaurant, Scrimshaw. Check rates at Kayak.com
Perched high on a hill overlooking the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains, this elegant inn is the perfect home base for exploring the fall pleasures of New York's Hudson River Valley.
The Otesaga Resort Hotel
Situated on picturesque Lake Otsego in Cooperstown, New York, this historic hotel has welcomed guests since 1909. Visit the Baseball Hall of Fame, then head out from Cooperstown on a scenic fall foliage drive through the New York countryside.
River Edge Mansion Bed & Breakfast
This historic inn is located on the scenic Erie Canal near Oneida Lake, just minutes from Syracuse, New York.
Rocking Horse Ranch Resort
Highland, New York, is home to this great fall family escape. There's so much to do! Check out the all-inclusive fall package rates at New York's best-known dude ranch.
The Sagamore on New York's Lake George, a luxurious hideaway since 1883, offers fall visitors stunning views of the changing leaves and proximity to fun fall activities including lake cruises. Check rates at Kayak.com
The Thayer Hotel
On the picturesque grounds of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the Hotel Thayer is a spectacular destination for fall. It's also a great spot for Sunday brunch if you're staying over after an Army home football game. Check rates at Kayak.com
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