6141 W. Lake Rd., /Rte. 38 S, Auburn, New York, 13021, United States
The red clapboard inn, built in 1851, is across the road from Owasco Lake. Guest rooms all have wood floors and Victorian antiques; some have claw-foot tubs. According to local legend, Harriet Tubman hid runaway slaves in the woods behind the inn. Guests may use the inn's dock. The restaurant, open for dinner Thursday through Saturday and brunch on Sunday, serves Continental and American fare. A five-bedroom guesthouse is also available.
- updated rooms
- close to the lake
- so-so breakfast
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted Breakfast
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