Hudson Valley Bed and Breakfast
By May Zhee Lim, Markets Media Life Correspondent
How would you like to wake up to a hearty breakfast of farm fresh eggs, organic produce, and a buffet spread that’s sourced from a farm nearby? That’s just one of the many luxuries you can enjoy at Buttermilk Falls Inn, a bed and breakfast located just 90 minutes north of New York City. With winter discounts and the impending Valentine’s Day, now might be a good time to book your stay at the idyllic Hudson River estate.
Choose from one of the ten themed rooms in the circa 1764 Main House or from quaint guesthouses and cottages that’ll afford you more privacy. The estate is great for scenic walks, hiking, boating, and other fun outdoor activities when it warms up, but the inn’s many amenities make staying inside desirable too. Unwind at the Buttermilk Spa, which uses organic products from their own gardens and beehives for the range of treatments and services they provide. The spa also boasts a sauna, steam room, and an indoor pool. (It is recommended that you schedule your appointments six to eight weeks in advance.)
Alternatively, you can hit the gym to get your daily exercise, then energize with some hot tea and apple cider while munching on fresh baked goods at afternoon tea. Most of the food provided during your stay come from the on-site Millstone Farm, which guests are free to explore. The inn’s very own restaurant, Henry’s at the Farm, obtains ingredients from its own orchard and garden, and sources the rest from farms nearby. The farm-to-table concept extends to the restaurant’s bar as well (coined “barn-to-bar”), where homegrown herbs, vegetables, fruits, and honey make their way into their signature cocktails.
Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa is located at 220 North Road, Milton, New York. For information on couple package and winter offers, visit the website or contact the inn at 845.795.1310 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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