Lovely views if you are on the lake side of the building. Bed was comfortable but hypoallergenic pillow was like a rock. Bed linens were not what I was expecting from the price I was paying. Short cuts were taken on the paper products that shouldn't have been. Watch out if going out onto the balcony, there wasn't a labeled step down and a nasty fall could be the result. Also make sure to lock the door out onto the balcony since it's shared with another room. Guest wifi was spotty when it was working. European breakfast of self serve coffee/tea, homemade granola bar, yogurt and fruit was nice. Granola bars were the best thing about it. Fruit was shriveled one day but nice the next. They did a nice job remodeling the rooms. The outdoor venue was beautiful for special events and receptions. Food for the reception was tasty but came out lukewarm at best. I'm not sure if that was because of the unusual table set up or a problem in the kitchen. I can't say enough good things about the staff! They went above and beyond to help ensure a pleasant stay.
We just went there for brunch, we did not stay at inn or use spa, etc. Excellent food and service. I had lobster roll and my husband had steak and eggs. 5 of 5 on both food and service
Great place, pricey, but worth it. Lots of free activities to attend, and others you pay for. Loved the yoga with Jackie. She is a gem, THE BEST YOGI I've ever had❤️ We hadn't of fun, biking, kayaking, & short mini-hike. Loved being on Cayuga Lake, so peaceful. Sunsets were gorgeous & everyone was so helpful. See if you can catch up with Grace when you get there for a list of hidden gems in the Finger Lakes region. Take a bike ride to Long Point State Park - it's a good workout. There are restaurants in Aurora (2), but ask about the area. Check out Dugans Cafe for breakfast/lunch, good eats, locals eat here😋 And don't miss Salt of the Earth in Union Springs - ah-mazing food, service & ambiance 🥰 Definitely planning a fall trip here!
Great place to stay! It is full of history and beauty. The inn keepers are so kind and helpful, shout-out to Gerri, she made our trip. Gerri was always there to help us find things to do or chat over a glass of wine during wine hour. So glad we extended our trip to come here.
It was a lovely, lovely experience. The inns are so refreshing. Well worth the price. The town of Aurora is quaint, and the people are so friendly. I will definitely visit again, so I may continue to live out my rich fantasy. Participated in the morning hike by Matt and Mike, who also created the trail. 1833 Kitchen had some of the best food I have had from a hotel restaurant. The vineyards near Keuka Lake are moments away. Overall, it was a great experience.
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