Choose a king, queen, or twin room overlooking the Village Green or the tree-lined grounds. Every room is smoke-free and features a private attached bath with alarm clock/radio, hairdryer, shampoo, conditioner and shower gel. Central air conditioning and ceiling fans will keep you cool. Business travelers and students will appreciate the in-room writing desk and wireless internet access. A full breakfast, soft drinks and light snacks are all complimentary.
Nightly room rates listed below are based on double occupancy, and do not include applicable taxes. Rates vary depending on the date(s) of stay. Discounts may be available for AAA, AARP and extended stays when requested at the time of the reservation. Discounts are not available during holidays and special events.
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The Kirkland Room
Named after Hamilton College founder and life-long friend of the Oneida Indians, Samuel Kirkland.
Our largest room overlooks the Village Green and fountain, and boasts a luxurious king bed, electric fireplace, full-size sofa bed, full closet and antique mahogany writing desk. The attached private sky-lit bath has a full tub/shower. $139-179
The Scollard Room
In the late 1800's, this was the home office of Dr. James Scollard, who also owned the opera house which was located across the street.
This stately first floor room offers a commanding view of the Village Green, and features a queen sleigh bed, cherry armoire and antique writing desk. The tub/shower and water closet in the attached private bath are equipped with grab bars for extra safety. $119-$159
The Cleveland Room
The Reverend and Mrs. Cleveland, and their young son, Grover, resided at 26 Utica Street in the early 1850's.
Overlooking the wooded backyard, this room features antique twin beds, cherry armoire and patterned hardwood floor. A generous, overstuffed chair beckons you to curl up and read a good book. Private bathroom with shower attached. $119-$159
The Clinton Room
Named after George Clinton, the first Governor of New York State and later, Vice President under Presidents Jefferson and Madison.
Overlooking the Village Green and gazebo, this warm, sunny room has a comfy queen bed, twin-size sofa bed, cherry armoire, oak writing desk, and private bathroom with shower attached. $119-$159
The Clara Barton Room
The founder of the American Red Cross attended the Clinton Liberal Institute, on Chestnut Street.
The bed and lamps are pewter in this charming queen room which also features a writing desk, hardwood floors, full closet and private bathroom with shower attached. $119-$159