Located in the heart of the Finger Lakes on Seneca Lake in Geneva, NY, Belhurst Castle is a historic 1880's stone Castle that includes three hotels, two restaurants, a winery and gift shop and a spa and salon. WiFi and a cold complimentary continental breakfast is offered for all lodging guests. Guests can choose to stay in one of three hotels - the Chambers in the historic Castle, the Vinifera Inn connected to the Castle, or White Springs Manor which is located 3.2 km west of Belhurst Castle. Guests can dine in Belhurst's two restaurants - Edgar's Steakhouse & Lounge featuring steaks, seafood, chicken and pasta dishes or Stonecutters Tavern, casual pub-style food with indoor and outdoor seating. Belhurst Estate Winery and Gift Shop is part of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail and offers wine tastings, flights, Belhurst wine to purchase, craft beer and a wide selection of local gifts. Isabella Spa-Salon is located on site and offers spa and salon services. Downtown Geneva is 3.6 km from Belhurst Castle while Seneca Lake State Park is 6 km from the property.
E.B. Morgan House is a historic mansion that is a part of the National Register of Historic Places. The famous architect Joseph Collins Wells designed this stone mansion in the Italianate architectural style, on the banks of Cayuga Lake, for the eponymous entrepreneur. Today, it is a guesthouse with seven rooms and offers luxurious interior decor, warm fireplaces, porches with village or lake view, a vintage parlor, library and dining room. Guests can rent cycles, boats, canoes and kayaks or spend the day indoors, curled up with a book or board game. This hotel is mostly a honeymooner's spot and children below 14 years are not allowed. However, if the entire house is rented for a private party, kids of all ages are welcome.
Aurora Inn is a historic hotel that finds a place on the National Register of Historic Places. This hotel was built in 1833 on the banks of Cayuga Lake for a prominent entrepreneur Edwin Barber Morgan. The Federal style of architecture is intact in the ten rooms and features Oriental rugs, antique desk and furniture, vintage wallpaper, and stone terraces and balconies with sweeping lake views. Guests are pampered with the best wine and food from the Finger Lakes wine region, of which Lake Cayuga is a part. This inn offers a surreal landscape for conducting weddings, corporate functions and banquets.