There are 18 different accommodations at Buttermilk Falls Inn, categorized into guest rooms, guest cottages, and guest houses.
The Foxglove has a queen-sized bed made of dark mahogany materials and matched with step stools. The furniture contrasts the pale yellow settee and complements the traditional Victorian décor.
Lotus Blossom features an Asian-themed room with a queen-sized bed, built-in fireplace, and French doors that lead to lush gardens outside. The room looks and feels peaceful, perfect for those looking for a private oasis.
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Another guest room with a Victorian charm is the Sweet Basil. This room with a queen-sized bed comes with a marble topped dresser, a stone chimney, a whirlpool tub, a built-in fireplace. Just outside is a beautiful garden accessible from the room.
With sage walls, antique furniture, queen-sized canopy beds, botanical prints, a private bath and a whirlpool, the Sage Right has a very old but comfortable feel about it. The room has a built-in fireplace that can open into a flagstone terrace just in front of the Hudson River. Its counterpart is the Sage Left. Though still having the same botanical prints and antique furnishings, the room instead has French doors that lead to yet another terrace, this time facing the pond. Just like the Sage Right, it also has a built-in fireplace, among other amenities.
The Captain’s Room is filled with nautical décor. It was designed in honor of the original master of the Inn’s old house, who used to be a captain of the merchant ship. It comes with antique furnishings, a built-in fireplace, a whirlpool tub, and access to a garden view.
Cottage Rose is a guest room with a king-sized bed, walls made of bleached wood panels. Aside from the private bath, built-in fireplace, and whirlpool, the room also overlooks the Hudson River.
Winterberry’s surrounded by rich, sienna walls and exposed stone walls around the built-in fireplace. The queen-sized bed looks inviting around its warm ambience. Aside from the usual amenities, the room features a balcony that faces the Hudson River.
Juniper is one of the more romantic guest rooms. The 16-foot cathedral ceiling gives off a feeling of having a lot of space whilst being in a cozy king-sized bed surrounded by trimmed white woodwork.
The Grand Laurel Master is known for its oversized built-in fireplace, spacious sitting areas, and separate tub and showers. This romantic guest room offers access to spectacular garden views.
Besides guest rooms, the Inn has four guest cottages, all of which are pet-friendly. The Rook’s Nest is located in one of the Inn’s carriage houses, which is just near the main house. It was named after the opera diva Dorothy Maynor. Another cottage made in honor of her and the husband is Maynor Flat.
The Gindele Suite offers a family and pet-friendly cottage that comes complete with a kitchen, a living room, a sun room with a sofa-bed and a master bedroom with a queen sized bed. It also comes with a built-in fireplace.
Overlooking the Hudson River is the North Cottage. The view is spectacular because it’s situated on top of a cliff. It comes with two twin beds and one queen bed, making it great for a weekend getaway with family or friends.
Finally, the Inn has four Guest Houses. The first one is the two-story Pony’s Pad with spacious bedrooms and a spiral staircase along with a fireplace within the living room and a deck that gives a view of the Hudson River.
Riverknoll House is a family and pet-friendly three bedrooms and three and a half bathroom houses, and is a favorite among the Inn’s guests. Its two-bedroom suite counterpart, the Riverknoll Down, has a large deck with a view, a bedroom with a king-sized bed, and a wood fireplace. These two can be combined for an even bigger accommodation.
Finally, the Riverbirch House is nestled within birch trees. It has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The deck gives a sweeping view of the landscape.
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