One Charming Village, Five Distinctive Inns

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 farm-to-table restaurant, casual pub, village market, activities & wellness center, and demonstration kitchen—are tucked into this charming setting, all within easy walking distance on Aurora’s elm-lined Main Street.

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 contemporary design of Wallcourt Hall, or the refreshing serenity of Zabriskie House, the Inns of Aurora offer an unparalleled experience of the beautiful, historic Finger Lakes.

One Charming Village, Five Distinctive Inns

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 farm-to-table restaurant, casual pub, village market, activities & wellness center, and demonstration kitchen—are tucked into this charming setting, all within easy walking distance on Aurora’s elm-lined Main Street.

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 contemporary design of Wallcourt Hall, or the refreshing serenity of Zabriskie House, the Inns of Aurora offer an unparalleled experience of the beautiful, historic Finger Lakes.

E.B. Morgan House

wallcourt Hall

Zabriskie House — opening fall 2019

the Aurora Inn

Rowland House