Relax on an Elite, Private Estate
Situated among the rolling hills of the Catskills, Your Own Estate comprises a secluded, but sprawling, 30 acres of gracious landscape with expansive, panoramic mountain views. Your Own Estate also boasts a private, ¼ acre pond, and a private, tranquil, six-acre lake – perfect for canoeing, paddle boating, row boating, and fishing; or simply providing a picturesque backdrop for your group vacations, celebrations, and more.
Please note, prices depend on the season, month, length of stay, and size of your group. Call (516) 860-6528 for more details.
$1,000 Refundable Security Deposit for all rentals.
$500 Cleaning/Linen Fee for all rentals.
Includes blankets, pillows, and fresh linens (Bath and pool towels are NOT included)
Reservation Deposit required upon contract signing to secure dates: $2,000 for midweek and weekend rentals, $4,000 for full week rentals. The remainder is due in full one month prior to rental.
Please inquire about special pricing for weddings, corporate retreats, holidays, and festivals.
May — October
$8,500 – $9,500 per mid-week (Sunday night through Friday mid-day)
$7,000 – $7,500 per weekend
$15,000 per week
November — April
$7,500 – $8,500 per mid-week (Sunday night through Friday mid-day)
$6,500 – $7,500 per weekend
$13,000 – $15,000 per week
"Far exceeded expectations. We had so much fun and it was such a beautiful property in a prime location. All of my friends and family loved it!! In particular, the bar and pool table created a super fun atmosphere and the hot tub obviously was just amazing. Wish it was my own home! The owner was very accommodating and was clearly there to provide us comfort as needed."
"Simply breathtaking! I will be singing your praises to all who will have the need to accommodate their families under 1 roof. You were a pleasure to work with; professional and understanding to every detail of our needs."
"If you are searching for a place to bring your family together where everyone will be content, relaxed, and rejuvenated, I can't think of a better place than "My Own Estate."