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The Historic Hobart Inn has its roots in the late 18th century. A small stone portion of this
building remains as one of the earliest surviving hostelries in the Catskill Mountains.
Starting as a one room tavern, expanded into a droving house and later hotel, this
enterprise has been in constant operation since George Washington was President.
Steeped in history, The Hobart Inn stands among the treasured landmarks of New York
State. The building currently has 9 furnished rooms rented by day, week month or longer, a studio apartment and a first floor restaurant as well as a retail space. The highly visible location in the Catskills "Book Village" presents an opportunity to return this building to its historic use as a country Inn and restaurant. The future awaits for an enterprising restaurateur looking to polish up a tarnished gem of the Catskills.