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Historical - Resorts and Lodges in New York
As one of the original 13 colonies, New York has seen its fair share of United States history over the past two centuries. Some of the historical events have been memorialized with statues, monuments, or are just recounted by word of mouth from generation to generation. The Empire State features a multitude of properties with plenty of history associated with them. Winter Clove Inn has a history that dates all the way back to the Revolutionary War, and features more than 150 years and five generations of lodging tradition. Geneva on the Lake is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was originally built as a private home in 1914. That seems young when compared to The Rhinecliff Hotel, originally built in 1854 as a boarding house for wanderers and travelers. Create your own historical adventure through the state of New York, and make sure to visit a few of the properties listed below.
From its beginnings as a private estate in 1883, Mirror Lake Inn has had an enriching journey that rubs off on every one of its guests. It was born as a resort in 1924, of the original Fuller Brush fortune & it quickly became a place where the wealthy would gather. Today, it retains its upscale charm, but it's just for you!
Here in Lake Placid, history is all around. Lake Placid was made famous by painter Georgia O'Keefe, and the Adirondack Mountains tell a story all on their own! Enjoy your visit at Hotel North Woods and learn a little about the history of the area.
In the heart of Olympic Village in Lake Placid, The Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort is full of history. Take time out of your vacation and visit the sites that former Olympians competed in. Hit famous Whiteface Mountain and have a gold medal experience or visit famous Lake Placid.
Cresthaven Resort was originally part of an estate owned by the legendary New York Times publisher Alfred Ochs, who purchased the Adirondack estate in the late 1920’s. The property's boathouse is now the Boathouse Restaurant. There are still traces of the style and elegance of years past that you simply will not find anywhere else!
For the history lover, you can experience all upstate New York has to offer. Form the convenience of Pinegrove Ranch & Family Resort, you are a short day trip from the area's most interesting historical sites. Spend the day exploring Vanderbilt Mansion, Senate House State Historic Site, or the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The Rocking Horse Ranch Resort was built in 1958. In the beginning, this ranch was rustic and focused primarily on horses. While still remaining one of the largest guest ranches in the country, now it's focused on family entertainment, becoming the first in the country to have an indoor water park and dozens of other facilities and activities—and...
Originally started as an active dairy farm that later progressed to horses, Fieldstone Farm Resort offers a rich history on a beautiful 170-acre countryside in New York. The resort has been in operation since 1968 and has now transformed from its unique beginnings to a charming destination for families. Come experience this one-of-a-kind getaway...
Mohonk Mountain House is one of the great 19th-century mountain resorts, and one of the oldest family-owned properties in the U.S. Once a 40-room inn opened by Albert Smiley in 1869, it's now an inclusive Hudson Valley family resort experience operated by generations of Smiley family members.
Built in 1940s, the The Mountain Brook represents the historic and architectural past of one of America's most distinctive regions. Today, it's the Catskills' only upscale Adirondack-style lodge, fresh from a sensitive - and spectacular - renovation that highlights its history even as it welcomes you in modern comfort.
When Rocking Horse Ranch Resort was first built in 1958, it offered a strong rustic environment and was truly centered around horses. While that all still remains today, the ranch has transformed into a place where families and friends can enjoy a fun-filled Catskills vacation. It's one of the first ranches in the country to have an indoor water...
Built in 1909, The Otesaga provides the charm and gracious hospitality of a bygone era. When the hotel was designed, it was universally praised for its many marvels including 400 windows, a refrigerator that was cooled with 30 tons of ice and telephones in each room. Take a journey back to the golden age of the early 1900's when you book your stay...
Listed on the National Register of Historical Places for Greene County, Albergo Allegria is fully restored to its former 1892 glory including the original stained glass windows and handcrafted woodwork. Cottages One and Two were added in 1984, and echo the historic design down to the last keyhole window!
Gather a sense of the area's storied past by booking a room in one of Buttermilk Falls' circa-1764 Main House with river or garden views. Four architecturally intriguing guesthouses evoke an equally inspiring old rustic charm. For years, Buttermilk Falls Inn & Spa has prided itself on maintaining the architectural integrity of its buildings,...
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