August 10, 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
The Inn seems pretty, nicely decorated, but that's not where we stayed. The address we received from the booking confirmation was this lakeside inn's address, but at check-in we found that our room is actually across street in Wallcourt Hall. This info was listed as "room type", so pay attention when you book your room. Wallcourt hall is nicely decorated, modern and clean. However, you will be sitting on a porch looking over a parking lot rather than looking out to the lake. The innkeeper was nice and polite. Scones and coffee were available as breakfast.
BusyWorkerBee - New York City, New York
Stayed there while attending a wedding at the Inn. Top notch service, elegant decor. The very best of everything. Delicious food and attentive staff. Luxurious bathroom. Fine attention to details. Glad I had a lakeside room with a balcony and gorgeous view of the lake. Treat yourself!
Mort77 - Medway, Massachusetts
I recently stayed at the Inns of Aurora. The house we were in was the EB Morgan house which was right on Cayuga Lake. The moment we drive up to the Inn, the Innkeeper came right out to greet us. We had a tour of the house along with the history. We were then showed our room, which was on the main floor and it was beautiful. We loved this house!! They had a great porch on the lakeside where we had our morning coffee and scones from the Inn. They offered a glass of wine and cheese to the guests in the evening. We sat right down by the lake the 2 nights we were there by the fire pit. It was a wonderful weekend and we plan on returning there again!!
COD13820 - Oneonta, New York
Very impressed with the Inns of Aurora. We stayed in Wallcourt Hall, across the street from the main Aurora Inn. I would highly recommend Wallcourt! Brand new, and very clean. Wallcourt is designed like a hotel, with a B&B feel. I am not a fan of the B&Bs that seem like you're sharing a house with someone. This is not that kind of place. The doors and walls are solid. We didn't hear anyone or anything else while staying in the facility. I could try and list a few small details that weren't perfect about the room and the visit in general. But that would be silly. This place is awesome and I would definitely stay again. I just wish breakfast was included. We paid about $35 for breakfast, with tip, the morning we left. There really aren't any other options unless you bring your own food.
Kevin O - Richmond, Virginia
Wife and I visited Sunday evening for dinner. Based on the rave reviews we were disappointed in our experience, since we had driven 60 miles to get there. The host was very friendly and helpful . The food was generally well prepared with several exceptions that one would never expect to happen. First the soup, which was very good, arrived before the liver pate, seemed a little strange. The soup was not hot, always a bad sign. Dinner was prepared and tasted very good. I would have preferred my duck breasts to have been sliced rather that two breasts. My wife's pot roast was very good. My wife ordered a cup of coffee after dinner, it came warm, not hot, the server brought a fresh cup. My wife and I were going to split a "HOT FUDGE" sundae the fudge was like sludge, NOT HOT, NOT WARM, room temperature. We were not charged for the ice cream sundae. I have not written the place off but will give it another chance, could have been an off day. First impressions are lasting impressions so they say, you never get a chance to make a second first impression.
Mokondis S - Rochester, New York