For those adventurers that find themselves trekking around Kingston and feel like having a look around in Hunter, there are a small range of lodgings. 8 lodgings are situated within a 6-mile (10-kilometer) radius.
The VanWinkle Inn is around 19 miles (31 kilometers) outside of central Hunter. Another alternative is the Villa Vosilla Boutique Resort, which is 5 miles (9 kilometers) away. Another possibility is to take a room at the Hampton Inn Kingston or the Gavin's Irish Country Inn.
After you and your family have really explored Hunter, how about you explore a bit more of the area? The Hudson Valley region boasts many great other cultural and scenic delights to offer. Fall in love with Hudson Valley's rivers and valleys. You should also venture through a selection of its historic bridges and open-air markets. Tireless travelers can also try their hand at rock climbing in the area.
Saugerties is 16 miles (26 kilometers) southeast of Hunter and features Opus 40 and Seamon Park. If you want to spend a few nights in Saugerties, be sure to check out the Howard Johnson Inn - Saugerties and Comfort Inn Saugerties. For another option, stay in Catskill, 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the east of Hunter, where you can pick from the Wolff's Maple Breeze Resort and The Kaaterskill. The Thomas Cole National Historic Site and Bailiwick Ranch and Discovery Zoo are some more popular points of interest to explore while in Catskill.
Before you head home from Kingston, you should make sure you catch some local teams. Make your way to Times Union Center, found to the northeast of Hunter. Anybody wanting to find a Travelocity-listed hotel in the area surrounding the stadium will love the Hilton Albany or the TownePlace Suites by Marriott Albany Downtown/Medical Center.
Albany International Airport is a commonly used arrival point for flights, and is situated 40 miles (68 kilometers) outside downtown Hunter. Conveniently located Travelocity-listed hotels include Albany Marriott and Homewood Suites by Hilton Albany.