• Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa
  • Buttermilk Falls Spa

About Buttermilk Falls Spa

Located on a 75-acre estate in upstate New York, against the backdrop of the Hudson River, Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa evokes a sophisticated country charm, complete with an organic working farm and a full-service spa dedicated to sustainability. The Buttermilk Falls Spa features four treatment rooms, a green-friendly philosophy and water views; natural light permeates the 3,000-square-foot wellness facility, cascading in from oversized windows, reminiscent of the inn’s airy, uncomplicated beauty. An ideal, no-fuss escape just a little over an hour outside of Manhattan, this bed-and-breakfast-style inn in Hudson River Valley features historic artifacts, including bedrooms in the circa-1764 main building, a farm-to-table restaurant and plenty of secluded spots, from indoor fireplaces to outdoor flowering sculpture gardens, that invite guests to immerse in the peaceful surroundings.

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220 North Rd., Milton on the Hudson , Milton, NY 12547 United States
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Hours of Operation
Monday: 9am  -  7pm Tuesday: 9am  -  7pm Wednesday: 9am  -  7pm Thursday: 9am  -  7pm Friday: 9am  -  8pm Saturday: 9am  -  8pm Sunday: 9am  -  7pm

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Tucked away on 70 acres dotted with expansive lawns, murmuring streams and flowing waterfalls, the 3,000-square-foot Buttermilk Falls Spa is a vision of calm and seclusion. The day spa has just four treatment rooms, capturing an intimate feel, offset by an eco-friendly, contemporary design detailed with geo-thermal and solar panels to heat the facility’s sauna, steam room and mineral-based current pool. Views of the Hudson River add to the tranquil vibe, and the integration of the outdoors provides a lovely contrast against the Zen-like interiors.

The spa features a good number of treatments performed using organic-based, naturally crafted products like Babor, Fuji and Naturopathica. The spa’s signature staple is the Buttermilk Body Bliss, a luscious combination of an organic sugar scrub and coconut oil massage. An array of massage modalities are also on offer, including reflexology, deep-tissue, Swedish and shiatsu.

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Customer Reviews for Buttermilk Falls Spa (6)

December 12, 2015
Algae/Seaweed Wrap
I had the Algae/Seaweed wrap while at the Buttermilk Falls Spa and I loved it. The spa was beautiful too.
October 21, 2013
Sadly Disappointing
My Mother and Aunt were in from out of town and I called in a 90 min. massage for the 3 of us. It was not a 90 min. massage it was barely 30 min. and very rushed. It took us longer to get there 1 hour and change then it did for the massage. I was told they had a full house and were running late and then they had the nerve to charge $390. I get a better massage from my nail place for $10. VERY disappointing for my Mother and Aunt who never have massages. I would NOT recommend this spa. One of the worst I have ever been to!
September 27, 2013
Not worth the drive
Thoiis sounded so nice but when I got there, it was nothing like I had hoped . The foot massage I received was less than the foot massage I would get in the mall during a pedicure. Sorry to be so negative but this is just not the place to be.
August 20, 2013
so disappointed
I never take the time to write a poor review, however I feel the need here. I visited Buttermilk Falls spa with friends for a spa pedicure and was looking forward to the "deeply relaxing foot massage" all week. Instead what I received was a 20 minute polish change. I didn't even receive a massage! It was a faster pedicure than one would get at the mall. Granted I should have asked where the massage and paraffin was but I kept thinking it was coming. When she started to paint my nails I realized it was too late for a massage. I was then told to walk across the dirty, rocky parking lot with wet toenails. I was so thrown off. When I finally asked the receptionist what should have been included in a spa pedicure I was given an attitude and told that they would change the price to the express manicure-$50!!!!! So basically I paid $50 for a polish change. I then had to sit and wait for my friends since we all had booked 1 hour services. The locker room is so small you literally are on top of each other and there is one bathroom and one shower. Had the staff been not been so rude or offered a discount I may have given it another try, Skip this place.
August 1, 2012
mixed feelings
been here 3x it's hit or miss each time. last time was early June 2012 and after we were there and in robes they told us they only had one massues and we had to wait for one of us to finish and the nail tech did'nt show up. they comped one massage but i would have prefered they told me a head of time, i would have rescheduled. the best part of this spa is the facility, they have a small pool and a great steam room & shower& an open terrace with a great view. i think they just need better or reliable employees. my wife will not go again I am still hoping
July 17, 2012
A Sweet Little Place
This spa is part of a boutique inn and restaurant operation hidden away in a lush wooded setting about 15 minutes from New Paltz. It's beautiful; I was chilled out before I even crossed the parking area. The deep-tissue massage I got---complete with hot towels, a warm eye pillow, a great walk-in shower (w/ side jets)---was really great. Ask for Ben, who really knows what he is doing. But I'd suspect everyone who works here is top shelf.
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Facilities & Amenities

Facilities & Amenities

The easygoing, unpretentious atmosphere of the Buttermilk Falls Inn welcomes guests to come or go as they please, and relax or get energized at their desire. A 600-square-foot fitness center sports treadmills, an elliptical and a stationary bike, and there are two courts for tennis fans. Yoga is available twice a week, or visitors can exercise with leisure strolls through the grounds’ manicured gardens, orchard groves and nature trails that lead to exquisite findings like wildflower fields, a waterfall and ponds; just across the bridge suspended over the Swan Pond is Millstone Farm, where a visit to explore all its workings, the Aviary House (home to heritage-breed chickens and peacocks) and the Livestock Barn (with angora goats, llamas and alpacas) is a must.

The charming ambience ensues even off property: The Hudson River Valley region is rich in art galleries, antique shops and wineries, and athletic endeavors include hiking the Rail Trail, boating on the river, golfing and fly fishing.


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Rooms & Dining

The Buttermilk Falls Inn has 15 guest rooms, a majority of them in the historic main building, which was established in 1764; the remaining accommodations are housed in three attractive carriage rooms, two houses and one cottage. Uniquely designed interiors include built-in, working fireplaces and colorful artwork, and convenient fixtures like flat-screen TVs, air conditioning and whirlpool tubs/showers provide a touch of modernism. Far-reaching garden and river views relax and inspire, as does ample outdoor space. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the property; all cottages and houses outside the main building also come equipped with full kitchens.

Food connoisseurs are in for an epicurean treat at the inn’s contemporary-meets-rustic Henry’s restaurant, which serves bountiful Hudson River Valley fare in a farm-to-table approach. An ever-changing daily menu includes dishes like buttermilk-battered, organic free-range chicken and coffee-rubbed Hudson Valley lamb, and the inn’s culinary team emphasizes resources that are handpicked or obtained from the on-site organic garden and local farms.

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