If you are planning on trekking through Kingston and would like to visit East Durham, as a savvy traveler, you will find it easier to book in advance through Travelocity's hotels page to secure the ideal place to stay at. You will find 5 hotels within a 6-mile (10-kilometer) distance of its central area.
The Gavin's Irish Country Inn, is a wise hotel for the time-short traveler as it is the most centrally situated Travelocity-listed hotel choice in East Durham.
Investigate the Scribner's Catskill Lodge and also the VanWinkle Inn. The Scribner's Catskill Lodge is located only 13 miles (21 kilometers) away from the main part of East Durham. The VanWinkle Inn, is situated only 6 miles (10 kilometers) away. Some other places to stay close by are the Villa Vosilla Boutique Resort and the Beds on Clouds.
After spending time in in East Durham, ensure you have enough time to investigate more of what Hudson Valley has to offer. Hudson Valley is the home of rivers. Frequented traveler draws are historic bridges. In this region of United States of America visitors might enjoy rock climbing and hiking.
Looking for more to do? Spend a few hours seeing Opus 40 and Seamon Park, in Saugerties, 20 miles (34 kilometers) south of East Durham. Travelocity-listed Saugerties hotels and apartments include the Howard Johnson Inn - Saugerties and Comfort Inn Saugerties. Or, you could consider staying in Catskill, 14 miles (23 kilometers) southeast of East Durham, where you have the options of the Wolff's Maple Breeze Resort and The Kaaterskill. While visiting Catskill, a couple of sights worth adding to your itinerary are the Thomas Cole National Historic Site and Bailiwick Ranch and Discovery Zoo.
Before you and your traveling partner leave Kingston, you sure ensure you are able to watch some local sport. Get to Times Union Center, located to the northeast of East Durham. Find accommodation near the sporting action at the Hilton Albany or the TownePlace Suites by Marriott Albany Downtown/Medical Center.