Wildflower Farms, of the Auberge Resorts Collection, opened its doors to guests for the first time in Oct. 2022. The Hudson Valley luxury hotel is located on a 140-acre retreat in Gardiner, New York, just 90 minutes from New York City.
The resort, which was built by PC Construction Company, offers a comfortable, quiet, and luxurious experience for guests looking to get away and enjoy nature. Here’s what guests of Wildflower Farms can look forward to:
Guests are initially greeted on the Great Porch, which is an open-air lobby that doubles as a living room adorned with botanical-inspired art and antiques. They are then taken to one of 65 free-standing accommodations, which feature modern furnishings, stand-alone soaking tubs, and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that open to a private deck. These were designed by architects Electric Bowery and design studio Ward and Gray with the idea of maximum indoor-outdoor living in mind, as nature is central to the experience at the resort.
Dining and Relaxation
Guests are able to enjoy source-origin cuisine thanks to the onsite farm the resort’s restaurant, Clay, uses to grow ingredients. They source seasonal vegetables, fruit, and local protein to serve to guests. But the amenities go far beyond just eating. The resort also features a Spa called Thistle. The facility, which is more than 9,000 square feet, contains five single rooms and one couples retreat room, each with a seasonal treatment menu. There are also outdoor hot tubs, an indoor saltwater pool, and an apothecary.
For guests who find their relaxation in other forms, there’s also The Pavillion, a 3,000 square foot fitness studio, constructed entirely from wood joinery. The resort also features a three-mile walking trail that connects the various buildings, in addition to an outdoor pool.
Guests also have the opportunity to join interactive experiences at Maplehouse, which is a farm education center that holds weekly cooking classes hosted by professional chefs. Other outdoor experiences include farming organic vegetables, picnics, and foraging.
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