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Vacation Rental Price Information in Hunter
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Hunter. Hunter is more expensive in December (12/22 - 12/29), where prices are on average $399 a night. On the other hand, in October you will find the cheapest prices (10/13 - 10/20). Prices this week are on average $320 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Hunter
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Hunter. It is in September that you will find the week with the least available rentals (9/7 - 9/14). The week with the most available rentals is in October (10/13 - 10/20), with 99% of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Hunter
Check out the climate diagram for Hunter. July is the warmest month of the year in Hunter with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 86°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Hunter, with temperatures going under 17° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Hurtling through the hills: Hunter vacation rentals
The mountain town of Hunter, bordered by the Catskills and the iconic Hudson River, is a perfect base for exploring the area’s forests and mountains, and for trying to spot Rip Van Winkle‘s ghost. Choose which side of the Catskills you wish to see - from green valleys where you can hike and mountain bike, to snow-covered mountains perfect for sledding and skiing. Dust off your walking shoes or ski gloves, and get ready to zipline, hike, kayak or ski your way through this remarkable landscape before enjoying a well earned rest at your Hunter vacation rental.
Flights leave for the state of New York from most regional UK airports, but deciding where to land depends on your travel plans. If you plan to stay in Hunter for your entire stay and only daytrip elsewhere, then Albany Airport - roughly an hour’s drive away along a straightforward route - would be the best option. Or, if you wish to stay a few days in New York City before or after Hunter, and do not mind traveling back to fly out, then try John F. Kennedy International Airport. Stewart International Airport is also an option - it lies roughly halfway between Hunter and New York City, approximately an hour‘s drive from both.
Hunter, like most mountain towns, is easier to reach by hired car. Thruways connect Albany and Stewart and Adirondack Railways offer transport between Hunter and New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal. However you arrive, make yourself at home in your Hunter vacation rental, and get ready for the adventure!
Dining In or Out
Where you eat - mountain top, beside the Hudson, or in the snugness of your Hunter vacation rental - will be just as important as what you eat. Enjoy hearty pub food along the Hudson at Dock Street Station@Mike’s Point, or indulge in American dishes and mountain views at Prospect Restaurant. The Catskill cuisine is still taking shape, although the iconic crispy New York pizza is a must (MaMa’s Pizza Parlour). If you crossed the Rip Van Winkle bridge or spotted Winkle’s ghost, you might as well try Mediterranean dishes at Van Winkle’s Restaurant.
Feel like making pancakes and pizza back in your Hunter vacation rental? Pick up supplies at Hunter’s Fresh Harvest Café & Farmer’s Market or the riverside Catskills Farmers Market (June-Oct). Or, for shopping with a difference, say hello to the chickens, pigs, rabbits and mini-horses as you buy freshly baked bread at Catskill Mountain Country Store & Restaurant. Alternatively, pop into Maggie’s Krooked Café for her hearty takeaways and enjoy them in the comfort of your Hunter vacation homes.
However you spend your time, you will be sure to return home with a new sense of adventure and thrilling stories to share of a New York trip unlike any other.
When snow falls, Hunter and Windham transform into much-visited ski resorts. Snow-lovers of all kinds and abilities come to the mountains to ski, sled and snow-mobile their way across the landscape. For thrilling rides, slide down New York State’s biggest snow tubing park at Hunter or learn to jump at Windham’s Big Air Bag. If you want to travel cross-country on foot, try Windham‘s snow trails with mountain views, or try out Rip Van Winkle Snow Mobiling & ATV Rentals for an off-mountain family adventure. Don’t forget to make a snowman at your Hunter vacation home!
Discover the great outdoors in Hunter, New York
New York Zipline Adventure Tours
Get a whole new perspective on upstate New York via a zipline tour, which lets you traverse the largest canopy in North America, with stunning views.
Mountain Club Spa
After a busy day outdoors, pamper tired muscles at the Mountain Club Spa, which offers a range of massages, facials, and other soothing treatments.
Bear Creek Landing
Play a round of mini golf, jump on a horse, or go hiking on these 120 hectares of trails near Hunter Mountain.
Hunter Mountain Fly Fishing School
Learn how to catch a marlin (or at least a trout or two) at this established fly fishing school, where friendly instructors will walk you through the necessary skills.
A ski resort just three hours from New York City, Hunter's slopes cater to all experience levels and offer opportunities to ski, snowboard, and snowshoe in winter, and hike, golf, zipline tour, and more in summer.
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