Founded in 1789, the storybook Village of Aurora is situated on the calm shores of Cayuga Lake in the heart of New York’s premier wine region. Designated as a National Historic District and under one square mile, Aurora is a peaceful respite from our busy world.
The five Inns of Aurora—along with a world-class spa, farm-to-table restaurant, casual pub, village market, activities center, and demonstration kitchen—are tucked into this charming setting, all within easy walking distance on Aurora’s elm-lined Main Street.
The Aurora Inn embodies the refined simplicity of the Federal style. Its exterior is graced with broad columned balconies, stone terraces, and a lawn that rolls gently down to the water’s edge. Within, gleaming antiques, handsome Oriental rugs, exquisite fabrics, rich woods and an uncommonly fine art collection welcome guests from near and far.
E.B. Morgan House offers seven stylish guest rooms, exquisite living spaces, gracious porches that overlook the lake and lawns, and an exceptional collection of original modern art. Relax by the fireplace, take a swim from the dock, or allow our innkeeper to indulge you with a glass of Finger Lakes wine as you watch the sun set over the lake.
Rowland House offers ten chic guest rooms, each with a private marble bath, vibrant color schemes, original modern art, stunning views, and luxurious linens. Four guest rooms—along with a private lounge—comprise the entire third floor, decorated with the distinctive and playful furniture, accessories, and ceramics of MacKenzie-Childs.
Zabriskie House blends serene hues and exceptional modern art with stately architecture and elegant details. In the summer, guests enjoy the broad front porch overlooking Aurora; in the winter, fireplaces transform its gracious parlors into cozy gathering spaces.
Wallcourt Hall features designer details like custom-made furniture, original modern art, and hand-painted bathrooms, seamlessly blending style and comfort.
Whether you prefer the understated elegance of the Aurora Inn, the bold colors and modern art of E.B. Morgan House, the easy, eclectic style of Rowland House, the serene hues of Zabriskie House, or the contemporary design of Wallcourt Hall, the Inns of Aurora offer an unparalleled experience of the beautiful, historic Finger Lakes.