Auberge Resorts Collection has expanded its presence in the Northeast with the opening of Wildflower Farms, Auberge Resorts Collection in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Located in Gardiner, approximately 90 minutes from New York City, Wildflower Farms is situated across 140 acres, encompassing a farm, orchard, gardens, fields and wooded areas.
The property’s 65 guestrooms include a mix of cabins, cottages and suites. Accommodations draw inspiration from what Auberge describes as a “contemporary cabin aesthetic,” featuring wood-wrapped interiors; wall-to-wall, glass sliding doors; and private terraces with daybeds and outdoor dining tables.
Among Wildflower Farms’ most expansive lodging options are its five Ridge Suites, which feature a main terrace, lounge and dining areas and a central fireplace, as well as a bedroom that opens to a private terrace with a cedar hot tub and outdoor shower.
Food and beverage options
The property’s F&B programming is anchored by Clay, serving new American cuisine and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also on offer is the Green Room bar and The Great Porch, an open-air space that serves coffee and pastries during morning hours and transitions into a cocktail and late-night venue later in the day.
Additionally, Wildflower Farms’ outdoor pool is home to Dew Bar, a seasonal dining concept open from May through September.
Guests have access to a 9,000-square-foot wellness facility called Thistle, an Auberge Spa, which features six treatment rooms, outdoor hot tubs and an indoor saltwater pool. Other wellness-related highlights include a 3,500-square-foot, open-air fitness center, a studio offering daily classes and three miles of hiking trails.
Autumn rates at Wildflower Farms start at $1,000 per night, plus taxes and fees.
Along with its new Hudson Valley outpost, Auberge Resorts Collection’s Northeast portfolio includes the Mayflower Inn & Spa in Connecticut, The Vanderbilt in Rhode Island and the White Barn Inn in Maine.
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