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During the summer of 2019 our predecessors at the Inn took time out to visit Graycliff, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home that’s located just south of Buffalo, NY.  Built for Isabelle Martin between 1926 and 1931, it’s located on a bluff overlooking Lake Erie. The property offers impressive views of the lake and the Buffalo skyline …

Referring back to our earlier blog about the benefits of being an Innkeeper, we talked specifically about how the best part of our job is our time spent with you, our guests. With this in mind, we figure that everyone has friends that are just as special as they are, so we encourage you to send …

Over the years, many of our guests have discovered that the Finger Lakes region is not only home to award winning wineries and breweries, but is also a virtually untapped resource for collectors and antique enthusiasts.  Barely a day goes by that we aren’t handing out some of the local “Antique” brochures and circling some …

Historically, if you wanted a place to stay overnight while you were on vacation, visiting your kids at college, or even a quick business trip to Chicago, you needed to somehow get in contact with the hotel or bed and breakfast at your destination.  You may also have contacted a travel agent to lend a …

It’s hard to believe, but this week we’re seeing our tax dollars at work.  After more than a decade of patching cracks, potholes and depressions in the road in front of the Inn, the county is completely repaving our street.  It will be a several week process, but the end result will be worth it! …

The underlying story of boutique wineries in the Finger Lakes is full of visionaries from other parts of the world and these individual personalities create the depth and dimension of the wine being offered here in the region.  These winemakers not only bring their wine acumen with them, but their enthusiasm, energy, and family history …