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April Recap

Located in Warwick, New York

April showers really do bring may flowers. 

As a rainy April comes to a close at the Inn, our gardens are blooming and you can hear spring coming alive while spending the misty mornings on the porch. We can hardly think of a better way to enjoy our morning coffee.


Our chickens are happily enjoying this transition to warm, sunny spring weather and happy chickens always give us better eggs. Farm fresh eggs are always on the menu for our famous breakfast and here, every day is Sunday.


We were excited to spend the Easter holiday with our friends and family. Good food, big laughs and great company is always just what the doctor ordered.


As the weather begins to warm and we get out for some fresh air and to stretch our legs after a long winter. There’s no shortage of small town events to visit and if you’re a yard sale aficionado, the village wide yard sale of Montgomery is right around the corner and only a short drive from the Inn! You never know what treasures or pieces of history you might stumble across.


If yard sale visits don’t strike your fancy, the local wineries and craft breweries in the area are coming alive for warm weather and their sunny tours and tastings can’t be beat. Brotherhood Winery is a short drive from the Inn and has an impressive historical tour of their winery and a 5 glass sampling fleet for a modest $10 per person.


You can even keep the Brotherhood glass as a souvenir. Pack a picnic lunch and head over to Brotherhood to see how America’s oldest winery beat prohibition and became one of the Hudson Valley’s iconic wineries.


If rainy days have you down, come take a few days to recharge and refuel with us in the beautiful Hudson Valley.

You’d be surprised how wonderful you feel when you get the chance to genuinely relax. Whether you’re enjoying a solo retreat from the hustle and bustle of work and responsibilities or just a romantic getaway with your sweetheart, the beauty of spring is calling and a visit with us is the perfect way to answer.

Check out Chef Joe’s Recipe of the month below!

Scotch Shortbread
1/2 lb. butter
1/2 cup sugar
2 to 2 1/2 cups of flour
Cream butter and sugar.
Add flour and mix well until dough pulls away from bowl.
Press flat into an 8 1/2 by 11 pan.
Prick dough with fork tines all up and down dough.
Bake at 325 degrees for 20 minutes.  Turn pan around in oven and bake for another 20 minutes.
Before the pan cools sprinkle with granulated sugar.
Cut into squares.
(If you like you can drizzle with melted chocolate or dip 11/2 into melted chocolate.)

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