Charlotte's Creekside Inn

3960 Sconondoa Rd., Oneida, New York, 13421, USA

The colonial-style house, on 3 wooded acres along the Sconondoa Creek, was built in 1813 by State Assemblyman Sydney Breese, uncle of inventor Samuel Morse. The property includes a multilevel deck and manicured gardens. Guest rooms, painted in bright greens and other cheery colors, embrace the flair of the Caribbean. The first floor houses the restaurant, which has four intimate dining rooms. The food is mostly Italian, but you also find fresh seafood dishes.

PROS

  • not too expensive
  • tasty restaurant

CONS

  • Continental breakfast only

Location

QUICK FACTS

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 315-363–3377

HOTEL DETAILS

3 rooms, 2 suites
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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