Places to Stay

Our county offers many locations for travelers to stay. 

Here in Washington County we have plenty of options to stay in a fully appointed vacation rental. You can stay directly on the water, on a farm, or in a cabin in the woods. You can find some of our many listings of national rental websites. If camping is more your style, have we got news for you! Sitting next to a campfire and sleeping under the stars will be a highlight of your visit to Washington County.

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Slateville Retreat – Vacation Rental

Our bespoke Lookout Tower & Cabin sits on 40 acres of private land, offering stunning views and seclusion. You will not find anything like this, it truly is one of a kind. Fully equipped, applianced, furnished, and ready for your next escape. Lovely Setting for an intimate trip away with you loved one, perhaps a small gathering of family & friends, or to start writing your next novel in seclusion. Services & supplies are only 10 minutes away. We are accept bookings year round. Find us easily on Airbnb, HipCamp, and VRBO. We are open to small events, gatherings, [...]
181 Little Burch Hill Road, Granville, NY, USA, Granville, New York, United States 12832
Phone: 860-248-0336

Andelyn Farm – Unique Glamping and Wedding Venue

Andelyn Farm is a unique rural and rustic campground, wedding and event venue located in Upstate New York. Spread over 100-acres, our farm features luxury glamping Yurts and a choice of campground pitches in our woodlands, wildflower meadows or alongside streams and ponds. Our historic Wedding Barn has been lovingly restored to host weddings and events, making it the perfect venue for your special day.
5499 County Route 30, Granville, Granville, New York, United States 12832
Phone: 518-240-4104

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Learn The History Of Washington County


Washington County is rich with historic sites, museums and landmarks from Battle Hill in Fort Ann, a significant battle of the Revolutionary War, to the Fort House Museum in Fort Edward that exhibits hundreds of thousands of artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the history of Washington County.

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