October 16, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Inns of Aurora in Aurora, New York
Included in a smattering of enclaves throughout the United States that preserve the nation's rich history, the heritage village of Aurora is one such place. Located in New York's Finger Lakes region, approximate four hours northwest of Manhattan, it's home to gracious traditions and the elegant Aurora Inn. This Select Registry associate, dating from 1833, epitomizes the refined Federal style. Ten impeccably restored guestrooms showcase original fireplaces, antiques and a fine arts collection, while a stunning restaurant serves classic American fare overlooking Cayuga Lake.
The inn and the village are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and you'll have a hard time deciding what to do first. You may decide to linger in your rocker on your balcony, where you can spend hours simply gazing across the lake at rolling farmland and vineyards. At the same time, you'll feel the call of the inn's bicycles and canoes, which invite laid-back explorations of the local area. This region is also ideal for leisurely country drives, and you'll certainly want to direct yourselves to the Cayuga Lake and Seneca Lake wine trails for a day of wine tastings and sampling gourmet goodies.
Location of The Inns of Aurora
Nearest Airport: ITH
Amenities for The Inns of Aurora
- Business Center/Services
- Historic Sites
Reviews for The Inns of Aurora
Because we were unable to secure consecutive nights at any one of the Inns of Aurora, we reluctantly agreed to split our stay between of the inns. What a wonderful experience it turned out to be. We enjoyed the personalities and history of two of the inns during the course of a single weekend and meet twice as many staff. We can say with full knowledge that the staff at the Inns of Aurora is consistently professional and dedicated to making guests a priority. How unexpectedly lucky we were.
pointeshoes - New York
Trying to find an easily drivable destination for a romantic getaway from Cleveland, we happened upon the Inns of Aurora! We could not have made a better a decision and may just have to make this a place we go often! Everything was beautiful! From the rooms to the dining to the service to the bikes. Everything was perfectly maintained, there when you wanted it and everyone was eager to please! We dined in the restaurant, walked on the lake shore, used the canoes, kayaks, bikes and stand up paddle boards. We loved it al! We would definitely recommend this place to anyone!
jhshenk - Cleveland, Ohio
We had a wonderful time - great location, great facility, great food. We golfed at Kerry and it was a wonderful 9 hole course. We went to Ithaca twice - wish we had gone to the Oyster house but only open at dinner time. Ithaca Commons a fun place to visit.
Kathryn S - Oakville, Canada
There are several inns within the"Inns of Aurora" family. We stayed at Wallcourt Hall, which is right on Main Street opposite the main inn. This restored boarding house is clean and contemporary and secure... beautifully decorated, too. Complimentary scones and coffee for breakfast... and you can eat them in a large, comfortable living room. My one complaint is that there's no way to conveniently carry luggage up or down the outside steps ( there's an elevator inside).
My sister and I stopped for lunch here because we wanted to have lobster. Wow! Beautiful hotel with an amazing view of the lake from the deck. We started on the deck but the rain came so we moved into the extraordinary dining room. Lunch was amazing with the meat/cheese for appetizer. Followed by the lobster salad and some prosecco. The atmosphere, service and food were all top notch. Highly recommend this stop on the finger lakes!
711elf - Minneapolis, Minnesota