Holidays in the Hudson Valley
Escape to the Wild Comfort of Nature this Holiday Season
Reconnect with friends and family this holiday season at our verdant escape in the heart of the Hudson Valley, located just 90-minutes from New York City yet a world away. Embrace the changing seasons, from the vibrant leaves of autumn to the snow blanketed meadows of winter, as you immerse yourself in unique guest experiences and programming, progressive dining, and wellbeing practices that spark relaxation and renewal.
Thanksgiving in the Valley
Ring in the New Year Immersed in Nature
Embrace the holiday season at Wildflower Farms and immerse yourself in unique onsite programming and experiences for the whole family.
Meet our head bartender inside the restaurant bar for a botanical focused mixology class. During the holiday season, learn a cozy, warming hot cocktail recipe highlighting an in-season ingredient grown on our onsite farm.
- Offered Mondays - Thursday | 3:00pm
- Located at the Clay Bar
Take part in a hands-on baking lesson hosted in Maplehouse to learn from and bake alongside our expert pastry team. Indulge in your creation of festive baked goods and create soul-stirring holiday memories.
- Located in Maplehouse
Partake in a special, winter floral arrangement class using natural elements such as dried florals, berry branches, and evergreen leaves. Explore and learn the unexpected vibrancy of winter florals and leave with your special creation.
Trek the snow-covered Hudson Valley trails on snowshoes. Mohonk Preserve and Minnewaska State Park offer exciting hillwalking and mountaineering. A skilled and local guide leads you to hidden pathways and untouched blankets of snow, reminding you how to step and what to hold on to.
- All skill levels welcome, guides connect with guests for a pre experience survey to gauge skill and activity level.
In this limited time, adventure-focused festive experience, head out on a guided ice climbing excursion and take on one of the major rock climbing areas of North America along the Shawangunk Ridge. A skilled, local guide will show you the ropes, and guide you through scaling and ascending the Hudson Valley’s legendary rock face.