The Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa

220 North Road Milton, NY
Escape and indulge on our historic Hudson River estate just 75 miles north of New York City. Built in 1764, the recently renovated and expanded Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa combines modern luxury and comfort with historic elegance and charm. Each of the 13 unique guest rooms, including those in our three carriage houses, features a fireplace, private bath, cable, high-speed internet, air-conditioning, and fantastic view. Our 70-acre estate on the banks of the Hudson has been carefully landscaped to preserve its natural beauty. Stroll through exquisite gardens, flowering terraces, and wild flower fields. Hike past ponds, brooks, streams, and waterfalls as swans serenely glide by. Visit our Spa and feel your tension melt away with an aromatherapy massage. Renew with a rejuvenating facial. Retreat to your luxuriously comfortable room. Relax in your private whirlpool. Curl-up in front of your own fireplace. Sleep on a cloud of down in an antique canopy bed. Wake to the smell of freshly baked croissants and marvel at spectacular sunrise over the Hudson. Indulge with a gourmet breakfast and afternoon tea. Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa is perfect for weddings, receptions, special occasions, and business retreats. Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa – a short ride from the city, a million miles away…
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  • Air Conditioned
  • High Speed Internet
  • Spa
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  • Credit Cards Accepted: Yes
  • Facility Location Setting: A short 90 minute train or car ride from New York City, Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa is located in Ulster County directly across the Hudson River from Poughkeepsie.
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 54
  • Parking: Complimentary Parking
  • Special Features: Visit our onsite Spa to experience total relaxation and rejuvenation. Afternoon tea is also served daily. Special culinary and wine-tasting events on weekends. Use locally grown produce and herbs.
  • Total Number of Guest Rooms: 13
  • Year Built: 1764
  • Year Renovated: 2003