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A very nice place in Le Roy. We were on our way back from Niagara and visiting Letchworth State Park. We had a lovely meal, very enthusiastically and caringly served with some really interesting menu choices - not a burger in sight! Nice wine selection too. Excellently cooked and presented. Beautiful duck breast (though too much in quantity) and scallops. The Humphrey Room #4 was very good. Pretty much brand new fitting out, extremely tastefully done. Had a view over Main Street with just a glimpse of the river on the far side of the bridge. There is a nice lounge downstairs with coffee and snacks, again very thoughtful. We had a lovely stay and in all this place is thoroughly recommended. Just a couple of improvements really required - when room guests arrive, nobody seems to want to own them. Eventually, the server for our dinner table, took control and sorted it out after 5 minutes of confusion. And then.... Breakfast.... It's complimentary - which is great. But Le Roy appears not to have much happen in the early morning, so the breakfast offering is only available from 9.30! It doesn't matter what is locally the norm - visitors - will expect it to be offered from 8am at the latest!! The breakfast was absolutely fine when 9.30 came, nice muffins and coffee/juice and yogurt, so it's not as if 8am should be much of a stretch. These are two niggles and don't affect my recommendation or rating as I assume the management will address these points with the same attention to detail that is apparent elsewhere in the establishment.
The room was stunning. The workmanship in the room and the attention to detail was really noteworthy. The room was clean, the linens, the robes, even the fixtures were posh. It's expensive, but it looks and feels expensive. I'm writing this review as a heads-up. The place is definitely clean and gorgeous, but you should also know that there is no "front desk" and no attendant available from about 10 pm to 12 pm when the bar reopens. In order to reach anyone, you have to telephone the innkeeper who is on call. We were on a business trip. The website stated that there would be breakfast served at 9:30 am, too late for most people on business, but it stated that earlier breakfasts could be requested. We requested breakfast at 7:30. When we went down, we and another guest looked, but all of the doors to the eating area were locked. We ended up going to the McD's drive-through, which was closeby. I texted the innkeeper, and let him know that breakfast was never served. He said he would address it and told us that breakfast would be available the next day at 7:30. The next day, the very same thing happened, no breakfast. Not a great way to start your morning. Twice. Additionally, any guest staying should no that there was no maid service, so if you want your bed made, you'll need to make it yourself. And, be sure not to throw the towels on the floor, because you will have to reuse them. Another commenter said that maid service could be requested, but I wonder if the same thing that happened with breakfast would also happen with requesting maid service. I'll end this on a positive note: The bathroom floors were heated. I definitely loved the hotel, but the next time I'm in the area on business, I'll probably look for a Hampton Inn instead. Posh is nice, but sometimes all you need is a clean room and reliable service.
My wife and I enjoyed a pleasant lunch consisting of their roasted veggies salad and lobster roll. Very fresh and tasty entrees. Wonderful wine list but we didn’t try any. Friendly wait staff. Very clean with charming view of Oatka Creek.
We choose “boutique" properties because we believe this descriptor signifies interesting and intentionally designed spaces as well as opportunities to connect with hosts/staff and guests. Creekside Inn lived up to our expectations. Our room was thoughtfully designed, spotlessly clean, and comfortable. We enjoyed a delicious meal overlooking the river and mill house with great service and personable wait staff. (Our waiter went to some lengths to identify a tree species I asked about.) And though the Monday staffing was almost non-existent, it provided us an opportunity to seek out other guests brunching on the deck to ask if they knew the wifi password. That encounter led to an extended conversation plus some wonderful advice that we should visit Letchworth State Park, which we did, spending several enjoyable hours there. Our travel through New York was enhanced by our stay at Creekside—and that's exactly what we're hoping for when we choose a "boutique" hotel.
My husband and I stayed for one night in August 2019 in the Ballard room. Service upon arrival was very personalized, we were escorted to our room and shown all the amenities. Room and bathroom were absolutely beautiful and has access to patio overlooking the river which is private for inn guests. Bathrobes and linens were very high quality and decor was very nice! Breakfast was set up 1 floor down and included yogurt, oranges and apples, granola and fresh baked pastries along with coffee and orange juice. Highly recommended if you are in the area
We finally got to enjoy a meal here, after wanting to visit ever since they reopened. The food was quite good, though the prices are surprisingly high for a small upstate town--$28 for a pasta dinner, and salad and bread are not included/are extra? Wow. The waitress brought the wrong entrée for my husband, and they comped us a bread basket (that normally goes for $3) as their apology for him having to wait for the right entree--it was fantastic, especially the caramelized onion mini-focaccia--but still, when you pay that much for a pasta dish, you'd think a few slices of bread and a bit of mixed greens would come with it. I'm kind of surprised a place with prices this high can survive in a small town.
From the minute we walked in we were greeted with warm hospitality & impeccable service! Each & every staff member was friendly & knowledgeable. We stayed in the Woodward suite, which was very spacious but cozy. We enjoyed using the beautiful fireplace & huge soaking tub. (FYI, as it is a homey inn, must ask if you want the room made up) We also very much enjoyed the food & entertainment. Beautiful outdoor bar on the side of the creek with fire pit and live music. Perfect spot to relax with a cocktail/glass of wine. Not one negative about this place!! Looking forward to returning soon.
This review has been a long time coming. My fiancée and I have visited once prior to our ‘big day’ and it left a lasting impression. The attentive staff, ambiance, creative chef, and attention to detail are what won us over on our first visit. We decided sorry if the moment to plan our wedding and reception here within just one week! Chris was exceptional in his dedication to making this day special and unique in every way possible. His dedication and extensive knowledge to food and wine pairing made our intimate wedding all the more memorable. Our ceremony was held overlooking the small falls on their outdoor wrap around patio. The scenic background, beautiful private dining room overlooking the falls, and private service made our day perfect and worry free. Thanks to all the efforts of the staff our wedding and reception ended up exceeding our expectations- which says a lot coming from someone with many years in the fine dining and hospitality field themselves. Our decked out suite, champagne on ice to greet us and the stellar view of the falls made a lasting impression as well. We will be back again for years to come as this place holds a place near and dear to our hearts (and our stomachs). Do not miss out if you are within a shoe drive to Rochester or Buffalo this is the place to visit. They have a way of warming your heart and feeding your soul.
I had a fantastic stay at this beautiful inn/restaurant. Stayed in the Ballard Suite on the night of the show. The room was wonderful with super comfy bed, big screen TV and the bathroom/shower are ultra modern and very impressive. The 3 guest suites even have their own private deck. Had a little trouble operating the elevator, but the staff was very helpful and patient.(Although once you know the layout of the building, I found it easier just to use the stairs). The concert was on a deck overlooking the Oatka Creek below the Inn. Perfect setting for a Summer event and Walt’s show was outstanding. Had Brunch Sunday morning at the Inn before heading back to PA and it was delicious (Honey ham & Eggs - yum!). Hope it becomes a summer tradition to bring great Austin artists north to Western NY. Special thanks to Walt Wilkins, Gary Colvin and Creekside Tavern & Inn owner Bill Farmer for making this very special event happen.
A treasure. Restored inn. Beautiful room. Comfortable bed. Overlooks Main Street & the creek, but well insulated so sound not an issue. Lovely private deck for guests. Handicapped accessible. Breakfast brought on a tray to your room.
Located within a leisurely stroll of Le Roy House, Farmer's Creekside Tavern & Inn is within a 15-minute drive of Genesee Country Village and Museum. This 3-room, 4-star inn welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a rooftop terrace.
Free continental breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at Creekside Tavern, the inn's onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
All 3 individually decorated accommodations feature sitting areas. TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected.
Guests of Farmer's Creekside Tavern & Inn enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide front-desk service during limited hours. This smoke-free inn also has a picnic area.