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Why Stay At Hotel Fauchère
Guests like Henry Ford, Robert Frost, and Charlie Chaplin have stayed at this historic hotel, a Relais & Châteaux property built in 1852 with legendary attributes such as a permanent public exhibit of Hudson River School works throughout its parlors and lobbies.
More than 75 percent of the beautiful town of Milford, PA, is a national historic district, including Hotel Fauchère, founded in 1852. Today, the intimate property has just 16 rooms. They're cozy spaces that pair plush amenities—feather beds, Frette linens, and, in many cases, original hardwood floors—with seamlessly integrated high-tech touches. The bathrooms (heated floors and towel racks, Kiehl's products) are built from marble and local Pennsylvania bluestone. Among the stately public spaces is the Conservatory—a light-filled, guests-only area that overlooks the hotel's gardens. Guests also enjoy preferred booking at the hotel's famous Delmonico Room restaurant, where this season's menu includes roasted foie gras with pears and Brussels sprouts and sea bass served alongside caramelized sunchokes and garden-fresh chard. Finish the evening off at Bar Louis—a high-design space with a wood-paneled bar and exposed brick walls. Visit Property Website
Book rooms No. 3 or No. 4 for their outdoor terraces overlooking the property's garden.
Ask for a tour of the co-owner's Llama Farm. His herd currently has about 75 llamas.
Sign up for a hike along Cliffs Trail, where American actress Pearl White filmed the famous Perils of Pauline silent movies in 1914.
Arrive at Newburgh's Stewart International Airport (SWF), which is approximately 47 miles from the hotel, with about 55 minutes of travel time. You may also elect to arrive at Scranton's Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport (AVP), which is approximately 60 miles way with about 1 hour of travel time, or arrive at Newark International Airport (EWR), which is approximately 70 miles from the hotel with 1.5 hours of travel time.401 Broad Street, Milford, Pennsylvania, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Art Collection
- Spa Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- iPod Docks
- Frette Linens
- Kiehl's Bath Amenities
- Marble Bathrooms
- Heated Bathroom Floors
- Warming Towel Racks
- Hair Dryers
- 2-person occupancy
- Free WiFi
- Reserved parking
- Concierge service
Why We Love Milford
If you're looking for a pocket of silence, savor stunning (and historic) beauty just an hour and a half from New York City.
Historical Sites: Take a self-guided tour of Upper Mill, a 19th-century gristmill that still has an operating water wheel. Don't miss the bakery and boutiques, also on the property. 150 Water St., Milford; 570/296-5141.
Shopping: Milford has a number of gift shops and antiques and fine arts stores. The BlueStone Gallery showcases works by local artists, and Forest Hall Antiques features American and European furnishings and housewares. BlueStone Gallery, 104 East Ann St.; 570/296-9999. Forest Hall Antiques, 214 Broad St., 570/296-4299.
Why Go Now
February 11, 2011
Wine Circle Event - Pinot Noir Around the World
Hosted by Sommelier Jacob Kie, this program invites you to discover the many faces of Pinot Noir from America, New Zealand and Europe at Hotel Fauchère
March 11, 2011
Wine Circle Event - Chardonnays: More Than California
Hosted by Sommelier Jacob Kie, this program invites you to discover Chardonnays from around the world - and learn how to pair them with dinner - at Hotel Fauchère
March 13, 2011
Art After Dark
The second Saturday of every month, downtown Milford comes alive with gallery openings, live music and fine food.
As Seen on
A Tour of Milford, Pennsylvania
"A stream of new visitors, renewed civic pride, and a legendary hotel have made Victorian-era Milford the latest East Coast idyll. T+L charts the resurgence of a great American village."