the Aurora Inn

Built in 1833 by Colonel E.B. Morgan, the Aurora Inn was long the favored resting-place for travelers to Aurora, New York, a major stop along the Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes region. Today, the Aurora Inn strikes a perfect balance of historic charm and modern luxury.

Its ten spacious guestrooms are simple and charming, true to their 19th century origins yet meticulously re-envisioned for modern comfort, convenience, and luxury. Many feature seasonal fireplaces and private porches with swings and rockers for a distinctive stay at any time of year.

the Aurora Inn

Built in 1833 by Colonel E.B. Morgan, the Aurora Inn was long the favored resting-place for travelers to Aurora, New York, a major stop along the Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes region. Today, the Aurora Inn strikes a perfect balance of historic charm and modern luxury.

E.B. Morgan House

wallcourt Hall

Rowland House

Aurora Inn Guestrooms

Room One | King, Village View

Room Two | Queen, Lakeview

Room Three | King, Village View

Room Four | King, Lakeview

Room Five | Queen, Village View, ADA

Room Six | Queen, Lakeview

Room Seven | King Suite

Room Eight | Double Suite

Room Nine | King, Village View

Room Ten | King, LakeView

Resort Amenities & Map

1833 Kitchen & Bar

Other Accomodations

E.B. Morgan House

wallcourt Hall

Rowland House