Reveling in Nature’s Bounty at Buttermilk Falls Inn

MILTON, New York — Tucked in the small town of Milton, just an hour-and-a-half drive from New York City, Buttermilk Falls Inn is a retreat for the weary—and the gourmand. Wanderers will be relieved that after spending hours exploring the greenery surrounding the Hudson River, they’ll be treated to farm-fresh fare, made with produce plucked straight from the grounds of the property.

Buttermilk Falls Inn was created by Robert Pollock, a real estate investor who fell in love with the Hudson River Valley region after attending college in the area. He dreamed of one day building a house on top of a waterfall there. After discovering the property—originally a homestead built in 1764—he decided to purchase it and create a bed-and-breakfast for visitors to enjoy the picturesque environs.

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