This circa-1865 Victorian inn was once the home of Wesley and Jane Cornell, prominent citizens in the Chautauqua area in the 19th Century. The inn, which has been a bed and breakfast since 1987, was built in Italianate Victorian style, featuring a central tower, a double wide entrance and rounded arches over the windows. The six guest rooms, all with private baths, reflect the heritage of the home, as well as Chautauqua County history. Guests can enjoy breakfast on the glass-enclosed porch that overlooks five acres of countryside. The inn is close to many area attractions, including Chautauqua Lake, the Chautauqua Institution, and local wineries. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Built in 1930, this massive, ten-guestroom inn was designed by well-known architect Raymond Freeburg. The property the inn sits on was part of the original land purchased by city founder James Prendergast in 1809. Period furnishings can be found throughout the inn, and each room has a private bath. Original architectural accents like pictorial ceramic tiles, exposed ceiling beams, and a slate roof are part of the inn's charm. Hotel amenities include a recreation room with a wide-screen TV, wet bar, and pool table. Internet access is available. The hotel, which is within walking distance to downtown Jamestown attractions, is named after the oak trees that line West Third Street. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This 1860s Italian Villa-style inn is located on 30 acres in the heart of western New York's Amish Country. It features three antique furnished guest rooms, along with a two-room loft suite. Each bed is topped with a beautiful quilt, and all rooms have private baths. A new carriage house built on the property features a meeting space on the ground floor and an extensive 3,500-volume library on the second floor. Breakfast, which is included in your stay, is served in either the formal dining area, the breakfast room or in the garden room. Innkeeper Sharon Howe Sweeting also offers themed Victorian teas throughout the year by appointment. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This lovely inn, which has four guest rooms with private baths, overlooks picturesque Findley Lake. It is just steps away from all the unique boutique shops in the quaint village of Findley Lake. In the barn behind the inn, you'll find Nostalgia, a gift shop with artisan jewelry, unique clothing, toys, candy and more. The inn's dining room is open to the public, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The inn is close to biking and hiking trails and is a short drive from many Chautauqua County attractions, like Peek 'n Peak Resort, the Chautauqua Wine Trail and the Chautauqua Institution. A number of getaway packages are available. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Located midway between Buffalo and Rochester, this 400-acre golf and cross-country skiing resort offers year-round fun. During the winter months, enjoy cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on 13 well-marked, groomed trails; some are lit for nighttime skiing. Both snowshoes and skis are available for rental. During the warmer months, visitors can play 18 holes of golf. Twenty-four motel rooms, plus one suite are available. Resort amenities include a heated outdoor pool and miniature golf course. A restaurant is located on premises; menu selections include steaks, seafood and prime rib, along with a Sunday brunch. Special stay and ski (or golf) packages are available; rates vary according to your desired weekday, weekend or holiday getaway. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This elegant country inn was originally built as a health spa in 1851. It later became a private residence. Today the inn offers guests 10 luxurious guest rooms, many with fireplaces, four-poster beds, Jacuzzi tubs and balconies. Guests can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the surrounding countryside as they explore the inn's 30 acres of property. The inn has a restaurant that is open to the public Thursday through Sunday. The Hillside Inn also offers a banquet facility, making it the perfect place for weddings, reunions and other functions. There is also a gift shop located within the inn. - Christine A. Smyczynski
The Ramada Hotel & Conference Center is nestled on eight wooded acres bordering the University of New York at Buffalo. It offers an impressive array of quality accommodations and services including a full service restaurant, Embers. Since its opening in 1992, the Ramada has enjoyed a reputation of being the most unique hotel and conference centers in Western New York. In April 2012, the hotel was honored as one of the Top 33 Ramadas in the United States and Canada. The "Best of 2012" Award distinguishes the recipients as those committed to providing exceptional customer service as well as their dedication to high quality accommodations and consistent brand performance.
Leave your woes behind and stop by at the Marienthal Country Inn in West New York. Here you can treat yourself to luxurious services in a moderately priced accommodation. Spacious and pretty, the place is just a joy to live at. The rooms are well appointed and come with excellent amenities. Guests can choose either to live at the Brickhouse or The Artisean Inn, both of which bring much joy and comfort. The inn also houses on its campus a workshop and seminar center, where local arts centers and organizations often host their events at. Call ahead or check their website for more information.
Occupying a beautiful historic building from the early 20th Century, Hotel @ The Lafayette delights with its stunning interiors and top-notch service. The striking guest lobby, with its stunning Art Deco details will take your breath away. Guest rooms at this boutique property retain the charm of the original building, but have also incorporated contemporary furnishings and facilities for a comfortable stay. Enjoy delectable food in an elegant atmosphere at the Pan-American Grill in-house. The building's striking interiors make for a great backdrop for hosting private events. Check website for bookings and more.
Opened in October 1998, this North Side inn has many amenities found in more expensive hotels, including an indoor pool and free breakfast bar. The hotel is located just minutes from the State University at Buffalo, 10 minutes from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and downtown, and about 25 minutes from Niagara Falls. Conveniently for the business traveler, it is minutes from Amherst's many business parks, and for the casual visitor, there are shopping malls and restaurants too numerous to mention in the immediate vicinity.
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