Top 25% of all hotels, based on cleanliness and condition.
AAA Inspector Notes
Built in 1853, this inn maintains a Colonial feel with finely furnished rooms, a community library and picturesque gardens with a waterfall. Five rooms include a balcony, some have a fireplace. A full tea service is offered for both in-house guests as well as to the public on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for limited afternoon hours.
Smoke free premises. 10 units. 2 stories (no elevator), interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
Jct SR 78 (Transit Rd), 5.3 mi e on SR 5 (Main St). 10529 Main St 14031.
The Audubon International Green Leaf Eco-Rating Program recognizes lodgings that have met environmental best practice standards for water quality, water conservation, waste minimization, resource conservation and energy efficiency.
Dining & Entertainment
Asa Ransom House Dining Room, see separate listing.
refrigerators, wireless Internet.
Sports & Recreation
7 day cancellation notice, pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 13 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 12
This B & B more than lived up to it's billing. The turn of the century atmosphere and setting encouraged relaxation and a feeling of being pampered. We loved it and would go back in a heartbeat.
Pros: The ambiance, friendliness of staff, & restaurant services including the extra special touches - everything and everyone made us feel welcome and special!
Cons: There were no negatives about this place. We loved it! It was much better than stuffy "modern" impersonal hotels!!!!
Pros: Beautiful. Excellent food!
Pros: Wonderful breakfast and Dinner, charming Inn
Overall, we were pleased with...
Pros: Location was close to weekend activities. Breakfast and dinner were very good. Room was large and comfortable.
Cons: There was no WIFI in our room and the staff was not responsive to our need for this. We were told to sit in the Library if we needed to use the WIFI which was not convenient at all times.
A Beautiful Gem in Clarence,...
Pros: The Inn is beautiful inside and out. Our room was spacious and delightful. Breakfast offered table service with a menu of hot items cooked to order as well as a fruit cup starter, toast and muffins and puff pastry Bavarian cream "desserts"! We had dinner at the Inn both evenings we were there and the meals were wonderful, the dining room is just lovely and the view from the windows just perfect.
Cons: Only an elevator for luggage could have improved the place - we did however have help with our bags.
Plan on returning in future.
Pros: Hospitality outstanding, very peaceful home feeling. Atmosphere welcoming. Food was very good.
A Nice Restful Place to...
Pros: The bed was so comfy and big. Poached eggs were good and cooked to my liking.
Love the fruit and cheese plate when you arrive and the delightful cookie treat when you leave.
So romantic and quiet.
Cons: TV's need to be upgraded.
Pros: This property has been in Clarence for many years. The owner knows what he is doing. It primarily serves folks going to antique stores on Main St (not our thing tho). So it is tastefully filled with antiques and collectibles. The ten rooms are large and some have a porch and/or a jacuzzi. A few have a separate private entrance. Booking comes with a large breakfast in their chandelier-lit dining room. Dinners are also offered. The menu is not huge but is more than adequate. Likewise the wine list. Their current pastry chef is terrific: morning Danish, muffins, and breads are homemade & delicious. My diet went out the window. A somewhat new nearby attraction is MusucalFare at Daemon College in Amherst. Evita is playing now soon to be followed by Gypsy. Local Buffalo talent is tops.
Cons: Our room should have been dusted & vacuumed daily. It was not.