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Located in the quaint hamlet of Deposit, New York, a tiny town of around 1,500 people, The Chestnut Inn rests in the valley of the Delaware River’s western branch amid the grandeur of the Catskill Mountains. Its secluded setting makes it ideal for those hoping to get away from it all while still being an easy two-hour drive from cities like Syracuse and Albany and three to four hours from New York City. Guests need only travel a short way to be enveloped by the abundant beauty of the region, as well as the many outdoor adventures and idyllic communities it offers.

Nearest Airport

Regional: Greater Binghamton Airport (BGM) / 2534 Airport Rd, Johnson City, NY 13790 / 37.8 miles, around a 40- to 45-minute drive | International: Ithaca Tompkins International Airport (ITH) / 1 Culligan Dr, Ithaca, NY 14850 / 80.3 miles, around an hour-and-a-half drive

Hotel Address

498 Oquaga Lake Road, Deposit

New York, United States 13754

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