the original portion of the Inn, the tavern has changed little
since the completion of the Erie Canal in the early 1800's.
that time it has served as a Rail Station, General Store,
as well as a tavern. It has been said that more than just
a drink was available to the packet boaters and the men that
traded broken down horses.
Common Area amenities continue the tradition of anticipating
guest's comfort and enjoyment with a well stocked guest refrigerator
and other goodies. Today the traveler is invited to relax
or lounge on the porch facing the Erie Canal.