Ecce is Latin for "behold," and the word fits: from a seemingly precarious perch on a ridge overlooking the Delaware, travelers get a true eagle's eye view of the river's majesty from every room. Sitting on the main deck imparts a feeling not unlike being suspended 300 feet over a valley. It's not unusual for resident raptors, eagles, ospreys, and hawks to float at eye level, riding thermals in search of prey far below. Trails lace the inn's 60 acres, and a hammock graces
rock outcropping above the resort. Myriad outdoor activities are close by, including hiking, rafting, kayaking, and skiing. Innkeepers Alan and Kurtis have meticulously created a serene getaway that's removed, but not distant, from other Catskill attractions.