An off the grid woodland retreat that harkens back to days long forgotten.
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Many have never heard about this rustic eco-resort not far from Interstate-86 in New York state. As you venture down the pathway into this woodland oasis, you’ll pass multiple works of art on both sides of the path. From glass and metal works—to a few oddities—you never know what you may find walking around Pollywogg Hollër. Some of the items on display were contributed by visitors during their stay, which has now become somewhat of a tradition.
Pollywog Hollër serves wine, soda, brick oven-fired pizza, and much more. Electricity at the resort is all acquired through solar energy. You can stop for a short visit or spend the night in one of their unique cabins, with breakfast and dinner included.
Know Before You Go
This is mostly a cash-only location. If making overnight reservations, they allow the use of credit or debit at the front office. Pollywogg Hollër is open to the public from April to mid-November on Sundays from 1-6 p.m. Reservations are required for visiting any other times during the week. This place is a must-see if you are into oddities.
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