Join us on December 2, 3, or 4 as we turn back the hands of time to an era of grace and style. The evening begins with a horse and carriage ride, then hors d'oeuvres with mulled wine, sleigh ride champagne punch, or your favorite cocktail. The dinner menu is all based on recipes from 100 years ago. One of the annual highlights of this event is the incredible dessert display (talk about visions of sugarplums!). The inn is finely decorated in Victorian splendor and a choir blends together the sounds of the season.
Make your reservations today this event sells out early!
The phone lines open at 8:00 a.m. EST Today! (September 12)
Cost is $100 per person, which includes tax and gratuity
Two dinner seatings:
Early: 6:00 or 6:30 Late: 8:30 or 9:00
Come enjoy crisp, cool days and the vibrant splendor of fall foliage. Call today and book our “When Greens turn to Gold" special. Add a golf outing for $59 and play at one of two premier local courses, Paupack Hills or Woodloch Springs
Basic Package ($360) includes:
• Two night’s accommodations in a deluxe queen or king room
• Breakfast each morning
• Dinner for two, one night of your choice
• All taxes and gratuities!
Golf Add-on ($59) includes:
• Greens fees for 18 holes
• Settlers Inn will arrange tee times
Gathering time 6:30, Dinner 7:00
Cost: $90 per person, plus tax and gratuities
Join us “Down Under” for a mouthwatering evening of Australian delicacies paired with the continent’s best wines (chosen by sommelier Claude Briere). Chef Durand’s menu includes mango shrimp, buttered Mako shark, emu tenderloin, Australian pepper-crusted lamb, and much more.
Upcoming Wine Dinners
Friday, Oct 28
Foods and Wines of Tuscany $100*
Friday, Nov 18
Foods and Wines of Burgundy $100*
Friday, Dec 16
A Night of Sparkling Wines $125*
*Taxes and gratuities not included
Gathering time 6:00, Dinner 6:30
Cost $56 per person, tax and gratuity included.
Every year the talented crew at The Settlers Inn turns pumpkin carving into an art form. This year the pumpkins will be on display for our annual storytelling dinner on October 29. Feast on traditional American harvest fare cream of butternut squash soup, spinach salad with roasted pumpkin and pine nuts, pickled and spiced apples, pork chops and plum chutney, roast duck with apple cassis glaze, Cornish game hen with cornbread stuffing, cedar plank salmon, wild rice medley, pumpkin mousse, and devil's food cake. Storytelling and ballads provided by the Uphill String Band, an eight-piece group of fiddles, banjoes, guitar, and vocals.