During our visit to Wildflower Farms Resort in Hudson Valley, NY, I took a pressed flower pottery class. I’d never worked with pottery or clay before, but despite this, the instructor was so helpful, the course was very informative, and had a great deal of fun! Led by Demetria Chappo of Demetria Chappo Ceramics, I was in excellent hands. I hope this post inspires you to try a new class, learn a new skill, explore your creativity, and do something new!
Our first sojourn to Hudson Valley, NY, was utterly rejuvenating. Wildflower Farms Resort welcomed us with open arms, reinvigorated our spirits, tantalized our senses, and reawakened our sense of adventure, and sent us home feeling refreshed, inspired, and grounded. Everything about our stay was sheer perfection. From incredible, seasonal, farm-fresh dining at Clay and morning yoga classes in the resort’s wellness center to an inspiring pottery class and tours of the farm, we packed our stay full of things to eat, see, and do that enriched and nourished us, mind, body, and soul. Come along with me to Wildflower Farms Resort, and learn how to book your own getaway to this breathtaking corner of Hudson Valley!
Clay Restaurant is Wildflower Farm Resort’s on-site restaurant. It’s a fabulous indoor/outdoor space to enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner, and it’s open nearly all day for guests of the resort and visitors alike. Offering locally sourced, sustainably farm-grown, farm-to-table fare served on handmade earthenware dishes in a beautiful setting near the Shawangunk Mountains in Hudson Valley, New York, Clay Restaurant is one of the best places we’ve ever eaten.