In 1903, Francis Conkling Huyck Jr. followed in his brother’s footsteps and built his own summer home, Stonecrop, on the Huyck estate. Stonecrop was modeled after the area’s Greek revival farmhouses.
The residence features formal and informal meeting areas and is popular with conference planners and couples planning destination weddings.
In summer and in early fall, when the leaves begin to change color, our guests enjoy the sheltered porch and native bluestone terrace overlooking Lake Myosotis and the Catskills. As the seasons turn cooler, our guests move indoors to the spacious living room with fireplace or to the home’s smaller sunroom and library.
Stonecrop has seven bedrooms, each with a private bath. The master bedroom, often used as a bridal suite, has its own charming sunroom. The East Room, at the opposite end of Stonecrop, also has its own sunroom.