Grove Lodge at Mohonk Mountain House

New Paltz, New York
Location
  • New Paltz, New York
  • Structure
  • Hotel
  • Square Feet
  • 7000
  • This project page was created by community member AJA Architecture and Planning

    The 7,000-square-foot two-story Grove Lodge incorporates the use of native stone and natural finishes to help it blend into the scenic landscape of the Mohonk Mountain House property. Interior spaces include hardwood floors and the use of exposed wood throughout. The guest rooms have their own separate drive-up entrances and feature either a stone patio (lower level) or balcony area. All areas are appointed with our rustic rocking chairs for outdoor seating. Eco-friendly features include sustainable building materials, LED lighting, and a geo- thermal heating and cooling system. 250-tons of Shawangunk conglomerate excavated from the site have been recycled into the retaining walls and the stone fireplace.

    The 7,000-square-foot two-story Grove Lodge incorporates the use of native stone and natural finishes to help it blend into the scenic landscape of the Mohonk Mountain House property.

    Interior spaces include hardwood floors and the use of exposed wood throughout. The guest rooms have their own separate drive-up entrances and feature either a stone patio (lower level) or balcony area. All areas are appointed with our rustic rocking chairs for outdoor seating.

    Eco-friendly features include sustainable building materials, LED lighting, and a geo- thermal heating and cooling system. 250-tons of Shawangunk conglomerate excavated from the site have been recycled into the retaining walls and the stone fireplace.

    The 7,000-square-foot two-story Grove Lodge incorporates the use of native stone and natural finishes to help it blend into the scenic landscape of the Mohonk Mountain House property.

    Interior spaces include hardwood floors and the use of exposed wood throughout. The guest rooms have their own separate drive-up entrances and feature either a stone patio (lower level) or balcony area. All areas are appointed with our rustic rocking chairs for outdoor seating.

    Eco-friendly features include sustainable building materials, LED lighting, and a geo- thermal heating and cooling system. 250-tons of Shawangunk conglomerate excavated from the site have been recycled into the retaining walls and the stone fireplace.

    The 7,000-square-foot two-story Grove Lodge incorporates the use of native stone and natural finishes to help it blend into the scenic landscape of the Mohonk Mountain House property.

    Interior spaces include hardwood floors and the use of exposed wood throughout. The guest rooms have their own separate drive-up entrances and feature either a stone patio (lower level) or balcony area. All areas are appointed with our rustic rocking chairs for outdoor seating.

    Eco-friendly features include sustainable building materials, LED lighting, and a geo- thermal heating and cooling system. 250-tons of Shawangunk conglomerate excavated from the site have been recycled into the retaining walls and the stone fireplace.

    The 7,000-square-foot two-story Grove Lodge incorporates the use of native stone and natural finishes to help it blend into the scenic landscape of the Mohonk Mountain House property.

    Interior spaces include hardwood floors and the use of exposed wood throughout. The guest rooms have their own separate drive-up entrances and feature either a stone patio (lower level) or balcony area. All areas are appointed with our rustic rocking chairs for outdoor seating.

    Eco-friendly features include sustainable building materials, LED lighting, and a geo- thermal heating and cooling system. 250-tons of Shawangunk conglomerate excavated from the site have been recycled into the retaining walls and the stone fireplace.

    Grove Lodge at Mohonk Mountain House - The 7,000-square-foot two-story Grove Lodge incorporates the use of native stone and natural finishes to help it blend into the scenic landscape of the Mohonk Mountain House property.

    Interior spaces include hardwood floors and the use of exposed wood throughout. The guest rooms have their own separate drive-up entrances and feature either a stone patio (lower level) or balcony area. All areas are appointed with our rustic rocking chairs for outdoor seating.

    Eco-friendly features include sustainable building materials, LED lighting, and a geo- thermal heating and cooling system. 250-tons of Shawangunk conglomerate excavated from the site have been recycled into the retaining walls and the stone fireplace.

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