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Explore the Hudson Valley

Renowned for its historic charm, sophisticated culture, and distinctly rural flavor, the Lower Hudson Valley boasts world-class eateries, upscale shopping boutiques, and phenomenal wineries.

Make the Peach Grove Inn your home base for exploring this delightful region.

LOCAL EVENTS

Warwick Valley Farmers’ Market

Sundays, May 12-November 24, downtown Warwick
More than 30 local vendors offer freshly-prepared baked goods, meats, cheeses, honey, jams, wines, eggs, flowers, and even pet treats.

Village of Warwick Summer Concert Series

Saturday evenings, on Railroad Green, downtown Warwick
From symphonic to jazz to rock & roll, bluegrass, and oldies, both local and world-renowned musicians will knock your socks off.

Taste of Warwick

September 9, 2014
The 20th Annual Taste of Warwick features live music and tastings from 25 local restaurants and wineries.

Applefest

October 5, 2014
10 am-5 pm

Named one of the “Top 100 Events” in the country with over 30,000 visitors, this family festival celebrates the extraordinary variety of Warwick’s apples, culture, and entertainment. Hundreds of food and craft vendors, music and entertainment, children’s carnival, apple pie baking contest, and more.

Home for the Holidays

November 23 – December 21, 2014
12-5 pm, downtown Warwick

Strolling carolers, horse & buggy rides, and stores decorated for the holiday season.

DINING

We recommend the following local restaurants:

Trattoria Viviano

TrattoriaViviano.com
Chef Vito Viviano fuses northern and southern Italian cuisine with Mediterranean flair. Generous portions of melt-in-your mouth food served in a cozy, romantic, friendly atmosphere. Located on Main Street in Warwick; open for lunch and dinner.

Landmark Inn

LandmarkInnWarwick.com
Fine dining in a 235-year-old casual country inn. Michael DiMartino prepares fresh seafood, steaks, pasta; extensive wine list; fresh-made cakes and ice cream. One mile north of Warwick; open for dinner Tuesday-Sunday.

Iron Forge Inn

IronForgeInn.com
Nestled at the foot of Mount Peter in Warwick, The Iron Forge Inn is located on the site of an historic forge in a revolutionary era home built in 1760. Chef/Owner Erik Johansen emphasizes local ingredients and fine country dining; he changes the modern American menu each season. If you prefer casual fare, head downstairs to The Taproom Pub.

Coquito

CoquitoNY.com
Created by Bill Leech and Annette Barretto to be a supper club for adults who enjoy good food, beautiful ambiance, top entertainment and dancing, Coquito features American and traditional Puerto Rican cuisine. Enjoy delicious sandwiches, burgers, salads and empanadas with a glass of wine from their eclectic wine list. Located in Warwick.

Pioneer Restaurant

http://warwickinfo.net/pioneer/
Chef Proprietor Paul Karas and his wife Cheryl offer high quality meals that feature local fruits and vegetables. We recommend their juicy cheeseburgers and top-notch desserts. 

Bellvale Farms

BellvaleFarms.com
About a mile up the road from the Peach Grove Inn, take in incredible views of the Warwick Valley while you snack on a freshly made waffle cone filled with the most delectable ice cream you’ll ever taste. More than 20 flavors, made from the finest cream from Bellvale’s award-winning dairy farm. Open daily at noon.

WINERIES

Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery

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Nestled in the foothills of the Hudson Valley, the Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery is open daily year-round from 11 am–6 pm. Visit their Tasting Room and explore their many offerings of wines, ciders, brandies and liqueurs.

Brotherhood

Brotherhood-Winery.com
America’s oldest winery offers tours, tastings, and a gourmet café. Located in Washingtonville. Visit their website for hours.

Demarest Hill Winery

DemarestHillWinery.com
This local winery features wines and distilled beverages and is open year-round from 11 am–6 pm.

SHOPPING

Ye Olde Warwick Book Shoppe

YeOldeWarwickBookShoppe.com
Features a combination of new, used, and rare books, plus other fascinating collectables and curiosities.

Newhards (The Home Source)

Newhards.com
A wonderful place to browse for home décor, kitchen essentials, locally-crafted fashion accessories and children’s toys.

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

PremiumOutlets.com
If you like malls, you’ll find 220 outlet stores at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in Central Valley.

RELAXING

Foot Spa & Tea Bar

WarwickFootSpa.com
Take a load off your feet at the Foot Spa & Tea Bar in Warwick. A session involves a warm foot soak, gentle back rub and the application of gentle pressure to specific points located in the feet.

GOLFING

Hickory Hill Golf Course

OrangeCountyNYParks.com
Just down the road from the Peach Grove Inn, this 18-hole course is the only Jack Nicklaus Signature Course open to the public in New York State. Hickory Hill also offers a beautiful driving range with spectacular views and two putting greens to practice the short game.

SKIING

Mount Peter

MtPeter.com
The oldest operating ski area in New York State, our local Mount Peter is known for its Free Beginner Ski and Snowboard School, great snowmaking and expert grooming, an awesome terrain park, and top-notch racing and development programs.

Tuxedo Ridge Ski Center

TuxedoRidge.com
Known as the Hudson Valley’s premiere ski facility, Tuxedo Ridge Ski Center at Sterling Forest offers downhill skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, summer events and more. Tuxedo Ridge is only a 15-minute drive from the Peach Grove Inn.

Mountain Creek

MountainCreek.com
A nearby four-season recreation and leisure resort, Mountain Creek includes seven world-class golf courses, two luxury day spas, several fine-dining locations, the nation’s largest wine cellar, skiing, snowboarding, snowtubing, alpine mountain coaster, mountain biking, water park, hiking, and a zip line.

HIKING

The Appalachian Trail (A.T.)

AppalachianTrail.org
The Appalachian Trail (A.T.), a 2180-mile trail that passes through 14 states from Maine to Georgia, has an access point in Warwick. The first section of the A.T. opened in Warwick in 1931, six years before the official opening of the entire Appalachian Trail. The town has been welcoming hikers ever since and was named an A.T. Community™ in 2012. With ample road access and parking within and in the immediate vicinity of Warwick, A.T. hikes of all ability levels can be accommodated.

DISCOVER MORE

For more information, visit Discover Warwick Valley and download the Warwick Valley Official Guide.

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