1. Rustic, nautical charm
Our sister property, the Saugerties Steamboat Co., officially opened its doors to the public on Friday, July 22. Located at 2 Ferry Street in Saugerties, New York, the all-new Saugerties Steamboat Co. offers a rustic, nautical-inspired setting for weddings and special events. Refined details meet exposed brick, far-style beams and Hudson River views at the region’s newest property. Here are a few of the reasons we’re so excited.
The Tavern’s Healthy Salad Bowl is delicious, filling, and good for you – we’re obsessed. It’s the perfect balance of fresh and hearty, with enough variety in flavor to keep it interesting. This will quickly become your lunch go-to – if you’re not convinced, let us walk you through the health benefits of some of its ingredients.
Summertime in the Hudson Valley is sweeter thanks to the Mid Summer Managers Madness Sale. At Diamond Mills Hotel, your concierge is always just a phone call away and is glad to help you design the getaway of your dreams. Here are some of our favorite outdoor adventures to inspire the theme of your next stay at Diamond Mills.
Our vegetarian lasagna is a five-layer twist on a classic favorite. Don’t be fooled by the name “stinging nettles” – these delightful veggies are delicious, packed with protein, and hugely flavorful. Their bright, peppery flavor mixes beautifully with mild asparagus, complementing the taste of the leeks. Morels, a nutty and flavorful type of mushroom, add a richness of flavor that makes it easy to forget this dish is vegetarian. The meal is held together with layers of creamy sheep’s milk ricotta and flakes of sharper pecorino cheese. The dish is liberally garnished with a mint pea pesto that is fresh and slightly sweet with a hint of garlic.
Make this July 4 one to remember with a weekend retreat to Upstate New York’s coolest small town! Whether you’re a Hudson Valley native or you’re looking for the perfect getaway, spend Independence Day in luxury in charming Saugerties, New York.
This Sunday, a ceremony on our balcony was followed by a reception in The Tavern. Food and beverage were served upstairs on the mezzanine and in the adjoining bar so that guests could mingle on their way to their tables in the main dining room. It was a warm, sunny day that lit up the reception through The Tavern’s many windows.
Last Saturday, the Diamond Mills balcony was home to a stunning outdoor ceremony followed by a reception in the Ballroom. The weather was perfect and the blue sky matched perfectly with the sea greens and blues on the tables inside. The mermaid-inspired color-scheme went beautifully with the ceremony overlooking our famous waterfall.
Last Friday, Diamond Mills hosted an indoor ceremony, followed by a cocktail hour and reception in the main Ballroom. The bride, her train carried by her bridesmaids, made a grand entrance from the top of our staircase. Here’s a peek at the way her gorgeous reception looked before guests arrived!