Set in the heart of the Woodstock village, the Woodstock Inn is a four-diamond hotel, with four distinct restaurants and an amazing array of amenities such as the Spa, Kelly Way Gardens, Athletic Club, and Suicide Six, is the perfect starting point for your Woodstock adventure!
In 2008, the Woodstock Inn & Resort was gifted to the Woodstock Foundation, which also owns Billings Farm & Museum. For more than a half century, the Woodstock Foundation has provided leadership support toward enhancing the cultural, recreational, economic, and aesthetic dimensions of this special town that we call home. In 1968, Laurance S. and Mary F. Rockefeller established the Woodstock Foundation with a mission to “promote conservation, sustainable land use, and heritage as values that are essential to culture, community, and the human spirit.” This succinct, yet powerful statement has guided the work of the Foundation over the decades, from the “undergrounding” of overhead utility cables in the town center, to renovating the Town Hall, protecting vistas and open space, to offering grants to local non-profits, and more. One of their most significant projects – undertaken in 1983 – was the development of the farm across from Mary’s ancestral home into the Billings Farm & Museum, a nonprofit organization.