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220 North Road Milton New York 12547   845 | 795 | 1310   info@buttermilkfallsinn.com

© 2017 by Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa. 

SUPPORT THE ARTS Weekend Package

Buttermilk Falls Inn + Spa has teamed up with world class live music venue, The Falcon, to offer an exciting weekend package - a Hudson Valley Getaway with New York City entertainment!

 

"Away from Manhattan's urban frenzy, one man's hospitality has created an intimate stage for top tier musicians." - The New York Times

 

The Falcon in Marlboro NY, perched over the magnificent Marlboro Falls, is the Hudson Valley's premier live music venue, whose complex includes a progressive art gallery in the Main Stage area, a 'pub-beneath-the-club' - The Falcon Underground New York Taproom & Beer Garden, The Avalon Archives Museum of Rock & Roll, and the breathtaking Marlboro Falls Walkway. Contemporary New York-sourced, American cuisine, wines, brews, and spirits are waiting for you.

The Falcon. No Tickets. No Cover. Donations Encouraged. Support Living Artists!

SUPPORT THE ARTS Weekend includes:

  • Overnight weekend accommodations in one of our Standard Rooms.

  • Full Service Breakfast each morning at the Inn

  • Friday - Dinner at Henry’s at the Farm

  • Saturday - Dinner and a live world class performance at The Falcon

  • $40 contribution to the Falcon's legendary donation box in support of its living artists

  • Access to all of the Inn’s amenities, including the Spa’s Pool, Sauna & Steam Room, 75 manicured Acres & Fitness Center

$835.00

(Plus Taxes & Fees) for standard room. Room upgrades available with payment of difference in room rate. Click here and select the "Support the Arts Package" now!

Breakdown:

  • $600.00 for 2 guests overnight accommodations. Includes All applicable Inn amenities (spa facilities, grounds, afternoon tea & breakfast)

  • $100.00 dinner voucher for Henry’s on Friday Evening.

  • $135.00 for Falcon Package on Saturday

PHOTOS: ABOVE BY RAFAEL QUIRINDONGO | BELOW BY TONY CENICOLA/NEW YORK TIMES