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Burgeoning Middletown comes alive at the end of July when visitors descend on the town in hordes to visit the buzzing Orange County Fair. A colorful midway, demo derby, and pop-up stalls are just some of the attractions that will keep you and your little ones entertained. The rest of the year, this workaday town’s pretty laid-back. As Orange County’s commercial hub it’s a hotspot for shopping and eating out, where you can lose yourself among fashion stores and restaurants.

Things to see

If you need to update your wardrobe – or just fancy getting your regular fashion fix – head over to Galleria at Crystal Run. This vast mega-mall’s one of NY State’s largest, and is brimming with major brands, department stores, and eateries. If you’re still seeking some bargains, lots more stores can be uncovered nearby, along route 211. If you fancy seeking out olden day Middletown, head to downtown, where you can peruse independent stores before grabbing some dinner in one of Main Street’s many restaurants. No matter what you fancy chowing down on, there’s everything from Mexican to Caribbean and even Italian. If you’re in town in summer, join the locals over at Orange County Fair Speedway where regular demolition derbies and stock car races thrum around the dirt track. For an altogether more family-friendly day out, take a drive to Soons Orchard to pick some juicy-as-you-like apples or a big-as-your-head fall-time pumpkin.

Hotels in Middletown

Middletown’s a down-to-earth town and hotels here follow suit; 2 and 3-star motels and hotels are the standard here. In Middletown’s cheap hotels you’ll find a simple clean room to bed down for a night or two. For some extra home comforts choose from the town’s 3-star hotels where extra perks include free breakfast, large rooms, and WiFi. Loads of chain hotels are scattered around the town, great for booking online in advance. Though if you’re looking to get discount rates, last minute booking can often be the way to go.

Where to stay

Most hotels are clustered around route 17, either close to route 211 or near the intersection with Hwy 84. Here you’ll be at the city’s modern commercial heart where you’ll find chain eateries, large stores, and the Galleria. If you fancy staying in downtown Middletown you won’t have such a wide choice of hotels, though you may prefer the eclectic stores and authentic eateries with a touch more soul. If you head further out of town, rural farms and smaller communities offer guesthouse accommodation with a personable touch.

How to get to Middletown

Middletown’s just a 1 hour 30-minute drive from New York, where you’ll find the nearest major international airports and transit hubs. To get from New York to Middletown you can drive, catch a bus, or take the train, though you may need to change at Secaucus, New Jersey. The Port Jervis train line runs from Port Jervis, New Jersey to Hoboken, New Jersey via Walkill Station close to the Galleria. A regular bus service operates around downtown Middletown and the commercial area around route 211.